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Bloomberg: Asia Stocks Pare Losses; U.S. Dollar Extends Slide: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks pared earlier losses despite continuing reverberations in the foreign exchange market after rhetoric from Trump administration officials on trade and the dollar. The U.S. currency extended its decline to a three-year low. [more...]
Bloomberg: History Suggests Mnuchin’s Dollar Rhetoric Could Backfire
When it comes to the dollar, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin may soon come to realize that talk isn’t always cheap. [more...]
Bloomberg: Markets Are About to Get Ugly According to These Charts
Optimism has peaked, according to two widely followed measures of U.S. economic sentiment. If history is any guide, bouts of equity volatility and plunging Treasury yields will soon follow. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump Team at Davos Backs Weaker Dollar, Sharpens Trade War Talk
President Donald Trump’s top economic advisers set the stage for the rollout of his "America First" manifesto on the world stage. [more...]
Bloomberg: Cheap U.K. Retail Stocks May Be Too Good to Be True
Investors seeking to snap up bargains among slumping U.K. retail stocks had better beware that some discounts may be too good to be true. [more...]
Reuters: Asia shares hit record peak but trade protectionist fears cast shadow
Asian stocks hit a record high on Thursday though concerns about the Trump administration’s protectionist stance tempered enthusiasm in financial markets, while the dollar struggled after U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin welcomed a weaker currency. [more...]
Reuters: U.S. official backs weak dollar amid fears of trade war
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin welcomed a weaker dollar on Wednesday, sending the greenback reeling and underlining concerns that U.S. President Donald Trump is stepping up his attack on China and other big trading partners as part of his America First agenda. [more...]
CNBC: Don't expect a more hawkish ECB just yet, analysts say
The European Central Bank (ECB) is not expected to make any major policy announcements Thursday, despite signaling a growing appetite for revising its policy message in "early" 2018. [more...]
CNBC: Barclays CEO says new US tax policy is a 'very big deal' for his company
The U.S. is setting an example for the world in terms of tax friendliness, Barclays CEO Jes Stanley told CNBC Thursday. [more...]
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