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Bloomberg: Stocks Gain as Trade Worries Ease; Yields Higher: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks rallied after a second session of gains in the U.S. signaled investor concerns about a potential trade war in wake of President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs are waning. U.S. Treasury yields stayed higher. [more...]
Bloomberg: Don't Fret the Volatility, These Charts Signal Rally Can Go On
After the surge in U.S. stock volatility in recent weeks, bull-market believers can take heart from a number of technical signals embedded deep in the market. [more...]
Bloomberg: Large-Cap Funds Dump Tech Giants for Consumer Stocks, BofA Says
After holding tech firms at levels above their weighting in the S&P 500 for four straight months, investors are now overweight consumer discretionary stocks the most. That’s according to strategists at Bank of America Corp. who analyzed large-cap active funds’ exposure to S&P industries relative to their benchmarks. [more...]
Bloomberg: Coinbase Accused of Cheating Consumers in More Ways Than One
Coinbase Inc. was slapped with a pair of lawsuits by disgruntled consumers, one alleging insider trading by employees at the giant digital currency exchange and the other accusing the company of failing to deliver cryptocurrencies to people who didn’t have accounts. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asia's Biggest Currency Gain in 20 Years May Be About to End
Asian currencies may be on the verge of a correction after completing the best year in at least two decades. The warning sign? Indonesia’s rupiah slumped to a two-year low last week. [more...]
Bloomberg: BlackRock Says Market Being Too Aggressive in Pricing Canadian Hikes
The world’s biggest money manager is breaking from consensus, saying the Bank of Canada will increase interest rates only once more in 2018 -- if that. While none of the 21 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg expects a hike at Wednesday’s central bank announcement, strategists and traders remain convinced that officials are on course to raise rates at least two, and potentially three more times before year-end. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares regain some ground as trade war fears moderate
Asian share regained some ground on Tuesday after U.S. President Donald Trump faced growing pressure from political allies to pull back from proposed steel and aluminum tariffs, easing investor worries about an imminent trade war. [more...]
Reuters: Trump faces pushback on tariffs but says he will not back down
U.S. President Donald Trump faced growing pressure on Monday from political and diplomatic allies as well as U.S. companies urging him to pull back from proposed steel and aluminum tariffs, although he said he would stick to his guns. [more...]
Reuters: China says will sharply widen market access for foreign investors
China will sharply widen market access for foreign investors this year, with a focus on lowering investment barriers for the service sector and relaxing ownership limits in certain sectors, the state planner said on Tuesday. [more...]
CNBC: A decade from now, bitcoin is more likely to be $100 than $100,000, Harvard economist says
The likelihood of bitcoin prices falling to $100 is greater than that of the digital currency trading at $100,000 a decade from now, Harvard University professor and economist Kenneth Rogoff said on Tuesday. [more...]
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