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Bloomberg: Stocks Drop Amid Ongoing Trade Stress; Lira Climbs: Markets Wrap
Stocks fell in Asia with U.S. equity-index futures and the yen advanced as investors assessed prospects for continuing trade tensions between U.S. and China. Turkey’s lira climbed after Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed victory in the weekend’s election. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bitcoin Erases Loss, Bounces Back From Lowest Level in 2018
Bitcoin erased its loss after setting a 2018 low earlier on Sunday, with the volatility reflecting increased scrutiny by government regulators on the embryonic digital-currency sector and global central bankers raising questions about its viability. [more...]
Bloomberg: Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day
In a widely expected move, China cuts banks’ required reserve ratio, Turkey’s Erdogan claims election victory amid protests and a roundup of OPEC. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about today. [more...]
Bloomberg: China to Unleash $108 Billion in Reserve Cut for Some Banks
China’s central bank will cut the amount of cash some lenders must hold as reserves, unlocking about 700 billion yuan ($108 billion) of liquidity, as it seeks to control leverage and support smaller companies. [more...]
Bloomberg: China and Europe Warn Trade War Could Trigger Global Recession
China and the European Union vowed to oppose trade protectionism and unilateralism, saying those actions could push the world into recession in an apparent rebuke to the U.S. [more...]
Bloomberg: Lira's Bounce on Erdogan's Victory Seen Short-Lived by Investors
While Turkey’s lira drew support from Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s victory in Sunday’s election, any gains will probably be short-lived amid concerns about the independence of the nation’s central bank and its monetary policy, according to investors and analysts. [more...]
Reuters: Global shares slide on trade worries, oil gives up some gains
Global share prices fell on Monday on escalating trade tensions between the United States and major economies while crude oil prices gave up some of the hefty gains made after major oil exporters agreed to a modest increase in production. [more...]
Reuters: Half of EU business leaders cut UK investment over Brexit - survey
Britain’s looming departure from the European Union has led nearly half of big companies from the rest of the bloc to cut investment in the country, a poll of 800 executives released two years after the Brexit referendum found. [more...]
CNBC: Trump is reportedly planning major new restrictions against China
President Donald Trump plans to bar many Chinese companies from investing in U.S. tech and to block additional technology exports to China, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday evening, citing people familiar with the matter. [more...]
CNBC: Beyond the South China Sea: Beijing may target these waterways next
The South China Sea and Indian Ocean have been the principal theaters for Beijing's naval ambitions in Asia. The Pacific Ocean and Mekong River, each rife with strategic advantages, could soon be next. [more...]
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