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Bloomberg: Asia Stocks Shrug Off G-7 Fallout; Dollar Steadies: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks pushed higher Monday, with limited fallout from a tumultuous G-7 meeting at the weekend. The dollar steadied and the yen retreated as President Donald Trump readied for his summit in Singapore Tuesday with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. [more...]
Bloomberg: Brace for the World Economy’s Most Important Week of the Year
The world economy’s most important week of the year? That’s what Bank of America Corp. strategists asked clients in a report ahead of five days of presidential standoffs, trade tensions and central bank meetings. [more...]
Bloomberg: Cryptocurrencies Lose $46 Billion After South Korean Bourse Hack
A cryptocurrency exchange hack in South Korea jolted holders of digital assets, fueling a $46 billion selloff and extending this year’s Bitcoin slump to more than 50 percent. [more...]
Bloomberg: Where Britain Needs the Rest of Europe More Than Ever
As the U.K. government works to exit the European Union, the nation’s electric utilities are working to get closer. Power already flows between the U.K., France, Ireland and Northern Ireland through four interconnector cables, and work is under way to more than quadruple the capacity of those links.  [more...]
Bloomberg: Here’s What to Watch for When Trump and Kim Meet
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un begin their historic summit Tuesday in Singapore, a meeting that could lead to peace between countries that have technically been at war for 68 years -- or swiftly end in new recriminations. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pimco Flags Oil Risks as Funds Unimpressed by 8% India Yield
India’s benchmark bond yield jumped above 8 percent last week for the first time in three years. Even that isn’t enough to lure back some of the world’s biggest money managers. [more...]
Bloomberg: Emerging-Market Investors Await Fed as North Korea Meeting Looms
Emerging-market money managers are tiptoeing into Monday chastened by a week that saw two surprise interest-rate hikes, a market meltdown in Brazil, Argentina’s $50 billion loan rescue, rising fears of a trade war and the realization that the end is nigh for stimulus in Europe. [more...]
Reuters: 'Fair trade, fool trade', Trump vents anger on NATO allies, EU, Trudeau post-G7
U.S. President Donald Trump fired off a volley of tweets on Monday venting anger on NATO allies, the European Union and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the wake of a divisive G7 meeting over the weekend. [more...]
Reuters: Asia stocks shake off G7 jolt, U.S.-North Korea summit awaited
Asia stocks shook off initial modest losses and edged up on Monday ahead of an historic U.S.-North Korea summit that investors hope might pave the way to ending a nuclear stand-off on the Korean peninsula. [more...]
CNBC: Everything you need to know about Tuesday's US-North Korea summit
The first-ever meeting between sitting U.S. and North Korean leaders is set to happen in Singapore with potentially major consequences for Asia and the international community. [more...]
CNBC: Concerns rise that Trump won't press Kim Jong Un to immediately surrender nukes
Immediate denuclearization has long been Washington's stated goal on nuclear diplomacy with Pyongyang. But now that President Donald Trump has noticeably softened his tone on that front, many are wondering whether he will still pressure North Korea's Kim Jong Un next week. [more...]
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