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Bloomberg: Aston Martin IPO Prices James Bond Carmaker at $5.6 Billion
Aston Martin priced its U.K. initial public offering at 19 pounds ($24.66) a share, toward the bottom of a marketed range that it had already narrowed. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks in Asia Decline, Euro Pushes Higher: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks dropped as investors weighed continuing concerns in Indonesia and India and strength in commodity prices. The euro climbed on reports the Italian government trimmed its budget-deficit plans. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Stocks Edge Lower, Dollar Gains With Metals: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks ended an up-and-down session mostly lower as Amazon.com’s wage increase pressured retailers and small caps slumped to a two-month low as trade tensions eased. The dollar, Treasuries and commodities advanced. [more...]
Bloomberg: Tesla’s Model 3 Surge Marks a Big Step Toward Musk’s Profit Goal
Just days after federal authorities castigated Musk for his tweets about taking Tesla private, the company announced that it had hit its production target for its crucial Model 3 sedan, making more than 53,000 last quarter. [more...]
Bloomberg: The World's Worst Stock Market Is Not Cheap Enough to Buy
As the Philippine Stock Exchange Index dipped below 7,100 during Tuesday’s session, taking its valuation to its lowest level since January 2016, Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. is among the firms that’s staying on the sidelines. [more...]
Bloomberg: When It Comes to Rates, What Are Central Banks Going to Do Next?
Global central banks are gradually withdrawing easy monetary policy a decade since they began racing to the rescue of a world economy skidding into recession. [more...]
Bloomberg: UBS Goes Overweight Two-Year Italian Debt After Budget Standoff
The recent clash between Italy’s populist government and the European Union over its ballooning budget deficit has created an attractive buying opportunity for shorter duration Italian sovereign debt, according to UBS Group AG. [more...]
Bloomberg: Oil Puts Rupee on Course to Outstrip Taper-Tantrum Losses
Move over taper tantrum. The Indian rupee looks set to outpace losses seen in 2013 as efforts by policy makers to stem its rout fall flat in the face of rising oil prices and relentless foreign outflows. [more...]
Bloomberg: Australian Dollar Delivers Rate Cut Central Bank Can’t Provide
Australia’s currency is set to head even lower as local interest rates fall further behind U.S. levels, delivering a dose of stimulus the central bank has long sought but been reluctant to provide itself. [more...]
Reuters: After lean years, Big Oil is under pressure to spend
Executives at the world’s biggest oil and gas companies are under growing pressure to loosen the purse strings to replenish reserves, halt output declines and take advantage of a crude price rally after years of austerity. [more...]
Reuters: Asia shares turn up, euro rebounds as reports temper Italian debt fears 
Asian shares reversed early losses while the euro rebounded from six-week lows on reports Italy will cut its budget deficit at a faster pace than expected, raising hopes Rome could stave off a problematic debt blow-out. [more...]
CNBC: : British prime minister to say UK's 'best days lie ahead' after Brexit - she just needs to convince her critics
U.K.'s Prime Minister Theresa May is to give a speech Wednesday designed to boost confidence over the country's future once it leaves the European Union (EU) – and to brush off her biggest critic and rival, former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson. [more...]
CNBC: Ground transport at 760 mph: New hyperloop passenger pod unveiled
Elon Musk's dream of hyperloop travel is getting closer to reality. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) unveiled its first full-size passenger capsule in Cadiz, Spain, on Tuesday. [more...]

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