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Bloomberg: Asia Stocks Mixed on Trade Tension; Yen Declines: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks were mixed Friday, after the Trump administration’s tariffs on imports from key allies sent U.S. and European stocks into a tailspin and the dollar climbed against most major peers. The yen declined and Japanese bonds fell after the Bank of Japan cut purchases of some debt at its regular operations. [more...]
Bloomberg: Soros View on Global Crisis Is ‘Ridiculous,’ Morgan Stanley CEO Says
Morgan Stanley Chief Executive Officer James Gorman said that investor George Soros’s contention another major global crisis may be in store is unrealistic, and that the Federal Reserve will probably hike interest rates three more times in 2018 despite recent volatility. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Allies Hit Back as Trump Revokes Steel Tariff Reprieve
America’s closest allies plan to slap billions of dollars in tit-for-tat tariffs on U.S. goods after the Trump administration announced it’s imposing steel and aluminum duties on them. [more...]
Bloomberg: Worst Month Ever in Italian Bonds Leaves Confidence in Tatters
Italian bonds may have bounced off this week’s stunning losses, but some of the biggest investors say the worst isn’t over. While the nation’s benchmark yields had biggest monthly jump in May since records began in 1993, they are “still pretty low” for Andrew Balls, chief investment officer for global fixed income at Pacific Investment Management Co.  [more...]
Bloomberg: A $142 Billion Fund Says Dollar Rally Done, Now EM Can Shine
The dollar’s run is ending, and it’s time to return to emerging market currencies after their two-month slump, according to AMP Capital Investors Ltd. [more...]
Reuters: U.S. job growth seen picking up, wage growth likely moderate
U.S. job growth likely accelerated in May as warmer weather boosted hiring at construction sites, but wage gains are expected to have remained marginal, pointing to moderate inflation pressures in the economy. [more...]
Reuters: Asia stocks recover from earlier losses, Europe seen firm
Asian equities recovered from early weakness on Friday as a lower yen supported Japanese stocks and firm exports boosted South Korean markets. Still, rekindled concerns about U.S. trade policies limited regional gains. [more...]
Reuters: Euro on course for weekly gain; U.S. tariffs hit Canadian dollar, peso
The euro seemed set to post its first weekly gain in seven weeks on Friday as worries over Italy’s political crisis eased, but the Canadian dollar and Mexican peso were looking frail after Washington went ahead with stiff tariffs on imported steel. [more...]
CNBC: Chinese stocks make symbolic debut on widely followed index
Close to 230 China A shares debuted on index provider MSCI's emerging markets benchmark on Friday, a move investors expect will attract billions of dollars in inflows to the mainland market. [more...]
CNBC: New Airbus chief says it will be challenging to meet delivery goals, memo shows
Airbus faces an unprecedented challenge in ramping up production to meet 2018 delivery targets following engine delays and must eventually overhaul an outdated manufacturing system, the planemaker's new president told staff on Friday. [more...]
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