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CNBC: Sterling could sink or soar 10% and is the ‘most interesting currency to trade,’ strategist says
The British pound is set for some major volatility at the start of next year due to ongoing Brexit negotiations, one currency expert told CNBC Tuesday. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Climb; Treasuries, Dollar Steady: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks rose Tuesday, though risk appetite remained subdued as earnings season continued. The dollar steadied and Treasuries were little changed. [more...]
Bloomberg: Saudi Slap at Canada Shows Crown Prince's Assertiveness
In less than a year, Saudi Arabia has curbed ties with two members of the Group of Seven nations as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman implements an increasingly assertive foreign policy. [more...]
Bloomberg: SoftBank Weighs the Largest Public Listing Ever
SoftBank Group Corp. is considering seeking a valuation of about $90 billion for its Japanese wireless business in a planned initial public offering, people familiar with the matter said. The shares rose the most in two months. [more...]
Bloomberg: Turkey Crisis Deepens as Sanctions Threat Sends Lira to Low
Turkey’s lira sank to a record low and bonds tumbled as heightened concern over a diplomatic spat with the U.S. overshadowed the central bank’s attempt to support the currency. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pandora Analysts Cut Ratings, Doubt CEO's Future After Warning
Pandora A/S analysts said they have lost faith in the company’s management after the jewelry maker cut its 2018 forecast without giving a reason for the poorer outlook. The warning prompted downgrades from Sydbank and Nordea, while Nordnet said trust in management “is gone, completely gone.” [more...]
Bloomberg: ‘Dangerous’ Pair of Valuation, Correlation Threatening Stocks
The current stock market environment of low correlations combined with high price-earnings ratios has historically suggested significant downside risk for U.S. shares, according to The Leuthold Group. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bitcoin Declines Below $7,000, Leading Cryptocurrency Retreat
Bitcoin slipped below $7,000 to its lowest level in three weeks, as seemingly positive sentiment surrounding the largest virtual currency soured over the weekend. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pound Bulls Look to U.K. Data in Hope to Revive Fortunes
The ailing pound may need a dose of positive U.K. data to help it recover from a losing run against the dollar.
Traders will watch data due this week in the hope that evidence of a strong economy will help boost the currency. [more...] 
Reuters: Chinese newspaper mocks Trump's claim of winning trade war as 'wishful thinking'
Chinese state media kept up their criticism of U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade policies, with a newspaper on Tuesday describing as “wishful thinking” Trump’s belief that a fall in Chinese stocks was a sign of his winning the trade war. [more...]
Reuters: Canada defiant after Saudi Arabia freezes new trade over human rights call
Canada on Monday refused to back down in its defense of human rights after Saudi Arabia froze new trade and investment and expelled the Canadian ambassador in retaliation for Ottawa’s call to free arrested Saudi civil society activists. [more...]
CNBC: The US and India are squaring off on trade. That spells trouble for Modi
India officially entered the ongoing global trade war in June when it announced retaliatory tariffs against Washington's steel and aluminum import duties. If implemented, the South Asian nation risks a targeted response from President Donald Trump's White House. [more...]
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