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Bloomberg: Stocks Jump in Best Day Since 2015 as Dollar Falls: Markets Wrap
U.S. equities surged back from the biggest weekly rout in two years, with major benchmarks climbing more than 2.7 percent on signs that an escalation of trade tensions was beginning to ease. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asia Stocks Gain as Trade Fears Subside; Yen Falls: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia followed their U.S. counterparts higher on signs that an escalation of trade tensions was beginning to ease. The yen slipped and the South Korean won rallied as news emerged of a surprise visit to China by North Korea’s leader. [more...]
Bloomberg: Headspinning Swings for S&P 500 Are Raising Stakes for Traders
For three straight days, the benchmark for $29 trillion in equities has moved more than 2 percent, sinking to the worst week in two years before Monday’s stunning reversal. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bitcoin Hovers Near $8,000 Level as Investors Weigh Twitter Ban
Bitcoin swung between gains and losses near the $8,000 level, paring an earlier rebound, as investors digested the decision by Twitter Inc. to ban advertisements for initial coin offerings and token sales on its service. [more...]
Bloomberg: Goldman Says There's No Need to Worry About Slowing Global Growth
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economists who are tracking weaker global growth this quarter say there’s no reason to fret that a deeper slowdown is coming. [more...]
Bloomberg: Crypto Exchange Coinbase Adds Support for Ethereum-Based Tokens
Coinbase Inc., which owns one of the largest U.S. cryptocurrency trading platforms, is opening the door to offering digital tokens based on the Ethereum network. [more...]
Bloomberg: As Trade War Heats Up, Biggest Currency Whales Make Their Move
or the first time in a decade, the world’s central banks are looking beyond the dollar to build their currency reserves. With U.S. protectionism on the rise, a number of Wall Street strategists say the case for the euro has rarely been better. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pound Climbs Above $1.42 as Labour Seeks to Prevent Hard Brexit
The pound gained for the second day, breaking above $1.42 as the U.K. Labour party said it was seeking an amendment to key Brexit legislation to prevent Britain leaving the European Union without a deal. [more...]
Reuters: U.S. seeks China trade moves on autos, financials, chips: source
Top Trump administration officials are asking China to cut tariffs on imported cars, allow foreign majority ownership of financial services firms and buy more U.S.-made semiconductors in negotiations to avoid plans to slap tariffs on a host of Chinese goods and a potential trade war. [more...]
Reuters: Oil edges up on Middle East tension, global market recovery
Oil prices edged up on Tuesday, supported by concerns that tensions in the Middle East could lead to supply disruptions. Hopes that behind-the-scenes talks between the United States and China will prevent a looming trade war between the world’s two biggest economies also supported global markets, including crude oil futures. [more...]
CNBC: This international market is primed to benefit if a U.S.-China trade war erupts
The threat of a trade war between the U.S. and China grew more pronounced last week and there could be a winner from the fallout if tensions escalate, says one strategist. [more...]
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