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Bloomberg: Bitcoin, the Biggest Bubble in History, Is Popping
The greatest bubble in history is popping, according to Bank of America Corp. The cryptocurrency is tracking the downfalls of the other massive asset-price bubbles in history less than one year out from its record, analysts lead by Chief Investment Strategist Michael Hartnett wrote in a note Sunday. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Climb After Xi's Address; Treasuries Slip: Markets Wrap
Risk appetite showed signs of returning to markets as China’s President Xi Jinping struck a conciliatory tone, lifting stocks in Asia and U.S. equity index futures, while safe haven assets retreated. [more...]
Bloomberg: China Is Studying Yuan Devaluation as a Tool in Trade Spat
China is evaluating the potential impact of a gradual yuan depreciation, people familiar with the matter said, as the country’s leaders weigh their options in a trade spat with U.S. President Donald Trump that has roiled financial markets worldwide. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Rally Falters Late Amid Political Risks: Markets Wrap
The rally in U.S. stocks faltered in the final hour of trading, with a report that federal agents raided the offices of President Donald Trump’s lawyer adding to the swoon. Equities finished higher on the strength of gains in technology shares that bore the brunt of last week’s tariff-induced decline. [more...]
Bloomberg: Things May Be About to Change for This Year’s Worst-Performing Major Currency
Sweden’s krona should recover from this month’s eight-year low of 10.35 per euro as factors that have weighed, such as weaker-than-forecast inflation, are either already priced in or will improve. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump's ‘America First’ Puts the Dollar Last, Deutsche Bank Says
President Donald Trump’s “America First” policy means the dollar will have to weaken, according to Deutsche Bank AG. [more...]
Reuters: China's Xi renews pledges to open economy, cut tariffs this year
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday promised to open the country’s economy further and lower import tariffs on products including cars, in a speech seen as conciliatory amid rising trade tensions between China and the United States. [more...]
Reuters: Oil prices rise on hopes U.S. trade spat with China may ease
Oil markets rose for a second day on Tuesday, with Brent rising above $69 per barrel on hopes a trade dispute between the United States and China, the world’s two biggest crude consumers, may be resolved without greater damage to the global economy. [more...]
CNBC: If the US and China stop feuding on trade, the next clash could be over Taiwan
Even if trade disagreements subside, the United States and China may have already found the next sticking point in their relationship. [more...]
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