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Bloomberg: Asia Stocks Rebound as Italy Woes Abate; Yen Gains: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks rebounded as bonds stabilized with investors deeming the market reaction to Italy’s political turmoil as overdone. The dollar held losses and the euro climbed as Italian bond yields fell. [more...]
Bloomberg: China's Factory Gauge Beats Estimates on Global Trade Resilience
China’s official factory gauge rose more than estimated as export orders accelerated, signaling trade continues to drive expansion as the global economy powers through risks. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Oddest Things About China's $7.4 Trillion Stock Market
China may be somewhat of a mystery to the majority of international investors who will soon find themselves owning mainland shares for the first time. [more...]
Bloomberg: Buffett Proposed $3 Billion Uber Investment But Deal Crumbled
Warren Buffett proposed investing $3 billion in Uber Technologies Inc. earlier this year, but the talks fell apart following disagreements over the terms and size of the deal, people familiar with the matter said. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Rally as Fading Italy Woes Sink Treasuries: Markets Wrap
Stocks rebounded along with Treasury yields as investors judged the market reaction to Italy’s political turmoil overwrought. The dollar dropped and oil climbed. [more...]
Bloomberg: JPMorgan Dethrones Citigroup to Become Biggest Currency Trader
JPMorgan Chase & Co. won the title of world’s largest currency trader by market share, ending Citigroup Inc.’s four-year run at the top, according to a Euromoney Institutional Investor Plc survey that featured a new methodology. [more...]
Reuters: Asian stocks rebound, euro pulls off lows as anxiety over Italy recedes
Asian stocks rebounded from a two-month trough on Thursday and the euro enjoyed a respite after sinking to its lowest in 10 months as the political turmoil in Italy that roiled global financial markets showed signs of easing. [more...]
Reuters: United States deeply concerned about EU's new privacy guidelines: Ross says
The United States is deeply concerned that the new European Union privacy guidelines will change how companies do business, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said, adding that the regulation should be implemented in a way to minimize barriers to trade. [more...]
CNBC: Italy's new crisis will be 'too much' for Europe to handle, Latvia's finance minister warns
Italy's political turmoil could hit the continent harder than the Greek financial crisis and the Brexit vote, according to the finance minister of Latvia. [more...]
CNBC: China reportedly lining up countries against US in pending trade war
China is reportedly looking to line up other countries against the U.S. in a pending trade war after the White House took an unexpected move forward on tariffs a day earlier, the Wall Street Journal said Wednesday, citing Chinese officials. [more...]
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