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Bloomberg: Asia Stock Rally Fades as Yen Gains for Second Day: Markets Wrap
Asia’s stock rally to record highs looked to take a breather on Wednesday as investors consider the impact of a jump in bond yields. The yen strengthened for a second day, with traders fixating on prospects for scaled-back debt purchases from the Bank of Japan. [more...]
Bloomberg: Classified Military Satellite Goes Missing After SpaceX Launch
A military satellite launched by Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. appears to have crashed into the sea after a malfunction while being boosted into orbit, a potential setback for the billionaire. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bitcoin Can Drop 50% and China's Miners Will Still Make Money
Bitcoin mining is so profitable in China that the cryptocurrency could fall by half and miners would still make money, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. [more...]
Bloomberg: Macron Says China Will Finalize Order for 184 A320 Jets Soon
China, poised to become the world’s biggest aircraft buyer, will finalize orders for 184 Airbus SE A320 family aircraft soon, French President Emmanuel Macron said after talks with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. [more...]
Bloomberg: Gundlach Says Commodities Set to Outperform in Late-Cycle Boom
Jeffrey Gundlach, the billionaire bond manager, said commodities may be one of the best investments this year as they surge during the late phase of the economic cycle. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bitcoin's 43% Arbitrage Trade Is a Lot Tougher Than It Looks
It’s the kind of market anomaly that savvy traders usually devour in fractions of a second: bitcoin prices in South Korea are 43 percent higher than those in the U.S. Arbitrage 101 says buy in America, sell in Korea, and pocket the difference for a risk-free profit, minus transaction costs. [more...]
Bloomberg: How Fake News and Elon Musk Sent South Africa's Currency Haywire
What happens when fevered foreign-exchange speculation meets fake news at the same time a satellite that shares the name of South Africa’s president goes missing? You get the South African rand Tuesday, which suddenly spiked more than 1 percent amid the confusion before snapping back less than 10 minutes later. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares step back from 2007 peak, oil at 3-year high
Asian shares flinched from testing their 2007 record peak on Wednesday, as investors booked profits in high-tech shares while oil prices hit three-year highs due to production cuts and a fall in inventories. [more...]
Reuters: Oil prices hit highest since 2014, but analysts warn of overheated market
Oil prices hit their highest levels since 2014 on Wednesday due to ongoing production cuts led by OPEC as well as healthy demand, although analysts cautioned that markets may be overheating. [more...]
CNBC: Legendary investor Bill Miller: Market could be headed for a 'melt-up' of 30%
Worried about higher interest rates putting a dent on the stock market's rip-roaring rally? Fear not, a rise in rates will actually help stocks, according to legendary investor Bill Miller. [more...]
CNBC: Three rate hikes by the Fed in 2018 would be problematic for markets, expert says
The current bull run in markets would be derailed if the U.S. Federal Reserve hikes rates three times this year, investing expert Michael Yoshikami told CNBC on Wednesday. [more...]
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