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Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Mixed Post Air Strike; Dollar Steady: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks were mixed, U.S. equity futures pared gains and the yen reversed losses as traders assessed the likelihood the fallout of an American-led strike on Syria could be contained. Crude oil dropped. [more...]
Bloomberg: Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day
China and Japan join forces on North Korea, more Russia sanctions after Syria attack, and S&P 500 Index futures climb at the start of the week. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about. [more...]
Bloomberg: In a Leaked Memo, Apple Warns Employees to Stop Leaking Information
Apple Inc. warned employees to stop leaking internal information on future plans and raised the specter of potential legal action and criminal charges, one of the most-aggressive moves by the world’s largest technology company to control information about its activities. [more...]
Bloomberg: WPP Hunt for Sorrell Successor Heralds Ad Empire Strategy Shift
Martin Sorrell’s abrupt exit from WPP Plc leaves the advertising empire he spent three decades building in search of a new chief executive for the first time, as the sprawling network of agencies faces its biggest challenges since the global financial crisis. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump Says ‘Mission Accomplished’ With Syria Strike Unanswered
The Pentagon said missile strikes on Syria have hampered Bashar al-Assad’s ability to use chemical weapons again, without encountering serious resistance from the Syrian military or its Russian allies. [more...]
Bloomberg: A Fund That Beats 98% of Its Peers Is Shorting the Dollar
A bond fund manager who beat global peers over the past year is shorting the dollar on expectations economic growth outside of the U.S. will strengthen. [more...]
Bloomberg: Oil May Be About to Spike, and JPMorgan Has Trades to Play It
Oil prices, already at more than three-year highs, may be about to jump further. And, to JPMorgan Chase & Co., crude-related assets are starting to look attractive. Brent oil could spike to $80 a barrel if the U.S. and European Union reimpose sanctions on Iran and as Western powers expand the scope of the Syrian civil war. [more...]
Reuters: Asia shares mixed, oil down amid Syria fallout
Asian share markets were mixed and oil prices fell on Monday as relief U.S.-led strikes on Syria looked unlikely to escalate was tempered by concerns at Russia’s potential reaction to new sanctions from Washington. [more...]
Reuters: Wall Street eyes earnings stabilizer after FAANG stocks wobble
Wall Street is hoping that first-quarter earnings growth and corporate forecasts are strong enough to bring the FAANG group of stocks back into favor and take the spotlight off worries that caused the recent sell-off in the high-flying group. [more...]
CNBC: Former FBI Director James Comey calls President Donald Trump 'morally unfit to be president'
Former FBI Director James Comey called President Donald Trump "morally unfit to be president" in a new interview with ABC News' "20/20" Sunday night and said it is "possible" that Russia has something it can blackmail Trump with. [more...]
CNBC: If oil hits $80, there's a lot more at play than airstrikes in Syria
Saturday's U.S.-led airstrikes on Syria are likely to draw only a muted response in oil markets. Instead, it will be how Syrian President Bashar Assad's Iranian and Russian allies react, and whether the White House pulls out of the Iran nuclear deal and re-imposes sanctions on the OPEC producer that will determine any move toward $80. [more...]
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