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Bloomberg: Trump Rallies Dollar as Stocks Wobble, Crude Falls: Markets Wrap
President Donald Trump waded into the unusual public debate over currency valuations, roiling markets after he said that he favored a strong greenback just a day after his Treasury secretary endorsed a weak dollar. [more...]
Bloomberg: Gold Is Heading Towards a Four-Year High
Gold could hit levels last seen in 2013 if the dollar extends its slide and equity markets reverse. [more...]
Bloomberg: Ripple Wants XRP to Be Bitcoin for Banks. If Only the Banks Wanted It
Every day, companies and consumers around the world send more than $76 billion in payments through a vast network of banks. [more...]
Bloomberg: Today at Davos: Five Things You Need to Know
After talks with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu, the U.S. president is scheduled to meet with the various executives in attendance at Davos. [more...]
Bloomberg: Oil Companies to Reopen Their Checkbooks as Brent Surpasses $70
After more than three years of belt-tightening, a resurgence in crude prices has fueled oil-company optimism, and a readiness to reopen the checkbook. [more...]
Bloomberg: Some ECB Officials Prefer June for Next Policy Shift
As the European Central Bank considers when to start signaling the end of its crisis-era stimulus, some officials prefer delaying any significant change in language until June, according to people familiar with the matter. [more...]
Bloomberg: Biggest Stock Sell Signal Since 2013 Sparked By Record Inflows
Investors added the most money on record to equity funds last week as the earnings season began on a positive note and global stocks continued to post record highs. That’s contributing to the strongest sell signal since 2013, by one gauge. [more...]
Bloomberg: A Doomsayer's Guide to the Dollar and Why It Could Keep Plunging
Regardless of whether the Trump administration wants a strong U.S. currency or not, this week’s plunge is breaching technical barriers that had stood as proverbial last lines of defense against a significant gap lower. [more...]
Reuters: Consumers, businesses seen buoying U.S. economic growth in fourth-quarter
The U.S. economy likely maintained a brisk pace of growth in the fourth quarter, driven by an acceleration in consumer and business spending, which could set it on course to attain the Trump administration’s 3 percent annual growth target this year. [more...]
Reuters: Asia stocks rise for 11th straight session, Trump helps dollar bounce
Asian stocks extended their winning run to the 11th day on Friday, while the battered dollar won back some ground after President Donald Trump said he wanted a strong U.S. currency. [more...]
CNBC: Trump says dollar will get 'stronger and stronger,' Mnuchin was misinterpreted
President Donald Trump told CNBC on Thursday the dollar will strengthen over time under his leadership and that recent remarks made by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin about the greenback were misinterpreted. [more...]
CNBC: Cryptocurrencies not yet in 'dotcom bubble territory,' experts say
Cryptocurrencies are not in "dotcom bubble territory" in terms of market capitalization, a venture capitalist said at the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Thursday. [more...]
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