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Bloomberg: Stocks Fall in Tech Rout; Yen Slips as Pound Gains: Markets Wrap
Equities in Asia fell after a sell-off in technology shares spooked investors assessing threats to earnings growth for the industry that propelled last year’s rally. The yen slipped and 10-year U.S. Treasury yields consolidated below 2.8 percent. [more...]
Bloomberg: Tech Rout Punishes U.S. Stocks as Treasuries Surge: Markets Wrap
A selloff in technology shares sent U.S. equity benchmarks lower, with losses accelerating late in the day. Bonds surged on demand for safe havens, pushing the yield on 10-year Treasuries below a key level. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Lesson From Stock Corrections Past? 200 Days of Pain
It’s a fact of the life of the mind -- things always seem worse in the present. In reality, they’re not. In this bull market alone there’s been five other corrections like this one, and it’s taken around seven months on average for equities to climb out of their hole. Based on that path, the current jitters won’t be fully eradicated until August. [more...]
Bloomberg: JPMorgan Is Hiring More Tech and Math Grads in Asia
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is hiring more engineering, neuroscience and psychology graduates across Asia-Pacific, diversifying away from students with finance backgrounds as it seeks to adapt its workforce to the region’s fast-changing economies. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bull Market Not Out of the Woods From Trade Woes, Bob Doll Warns
Even for staunch long-term believers in the bull market in stocks that’s run for nine years, this month’s escalation in trade tensions between the U.S. and China is spurring some caution. [more...]
Bloomberg: The How, What and Why of Spiraling Borrowing Costs for Aussie Banks
A gauge of borrowing costs for Australian banks, the three-month bank bill swap rate, has jumped 22 basis points in March, heading for the biggest monthly gain since September. What is behind this? [more...]
Reuters: On China trade clash, Wall Street embraces Trump's poker face
To Wall Street money managers who make bets for a living, U.S. President Donald Trump’s aggressive stance against China on trade looks like a high-stakes poker hand - but they believe they can play it for all it’s worth. [more...]
Reuters: Shares skid on specter of tighter tech regulation, U.S.-China trade spat
Asian shares fell on Wednesday after Wall Street was knocked hard by concerns about tighter controls on the tech industry, denting a brief global equities recovery driven by hopes that the risk of a U.S.-China trade war was easing. [more...]
CNBC: China claims Kim Jong Un has agreed to denuclearize Korean Peninsula
China said on Wednesday it won a pledge from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to denuclearize the Korean peninsula during a meeting with President Xi Jinping, who pledged in return that China would uphold its friendship with its isolated neighbor. [more...]
CNBC: SoftBank and Saudi Arabia are creating a huge solar power generation project
Saudi Arabia and Japanese telecom giant-turned-tech investor SoftBank expanded their partnership on Tuesday, announcing the world's biggest solar power generation project at a press conference in New York. [more...]
CNBC: Goldman Sachs computer model warns bear market is near but the firm's analysts don't believe it
A computer model built by Goldman Sachs is signaling that a bear market is right around the corner, but some strategists at the investment bank are not listening to their own indicator. [more...]
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