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Bloomberg: Stocks Trade Mixed in Asia; Treasuries Inch Higher: Markets Wrap
Stocks fluctuated in Asia and Treasuries edged higher amid a lack of fresh impetus as an easing of trade tensions paved the way for investors to turn to key U.S. inflation data due Wednesday. The dollar steadied as traders also weighed a possible U.S. military strike on Syria. [more...]
Bloomberg: Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day
Investors breathe a sigh of relief after some positive comments from the leaders of the U.S. and China on trade, while oil and aluminum bulls get some good news and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg testifies to Congress for the first time. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about. [more...]
Bloomberg: Zuckerberg Defends Facebook's Value While Senators Question Apology
Facebook Inc. co-founder Mark Zuckerberg defended the social network’s value before Congress and pledged to correct its mistakes, as senators questioned whether he’ll deliver after years of failed assurances that he’d protect user privacy. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fed Minutes to Hint at How Trade Spat Could Affect Outlook
Federal Reserve policy makers have been publicly cautious about what a U.S. trade dispute with China could mean for their outlook if it escalates, but investors will get a peek at what they really think when the central bank publishes an account of its March meeting. [more...]
Bloomberg: Why Bitcoin Behaves Like the Flu
Is the rise of Bitcoin analogous to the spread of an infectious disease? Analysts at Barclays Plc saw enough similarities to develop a pricing model for the cryptocurrency that takes its cues from the world of epidemiology. Their diagnosis: Bitcoin has probably peaked. [more...]
Reuters: Asian stocks pare gains on U.S.-China trade tensions, Syria, but euro buoyant
Asian stocks rose modestly on Wednesday but pared early gains as caution again crept into markets over strained U.S-China trade ties and escalating tensions in Syria. [more...]
Reuters: Cushing's oil market clout wanes amid U.S. export boom
The volume of oil sitting in 300 steel tanks in a nine-square-mile radius in Cushing, Oklahoma has long been a key barometer for the health of U.S. crude supply and the nation’s benchmark for daily trading of billions of dollars in the commodity. [more...]
Reuters: Oil dips on rising U.S. supplies, market still tense on conflict in Syria
Oil prices on Wednesday eased away from 2014 highs reached the previous session as escalating Middle East tensions were offset by increasing inventories and production in the United States. [more...]
CNBC: Global trading system is at risk of being ‘torn apart,’ warns IMF’s Lagarde
The globalized system that has transformed the world over the last generation is at risk of being completely dismantled amid aggressive turns toward protectionism, warned International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde during a speech at the Asia Global Institute in Hong Kong Wednesday. [more...]
CNBC: Elon Musk calls out Goldman Sachs after negative report on Tesla: 'Place your bets'
Tesla chief executive Elon Musk is calling out Goldman Sachs after the bank encouraged investors to sell the carmaker's stock. "Place your bets," Musk quipped on Twitter, appearing to challenge would-be sellers to exit at their own risk. [more...]
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