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Latest News Headlines
Bloomberg: Five Charts That Say All Is Not Well in Markets
A former TV star as U.S. president doesn’t seem to have injected markets with much of a ‘‘fear factor.’’ But digging beneath the surface of an eight-year bull run exposes subtle signs that hint at an uneasy optimism. [more...]
Bloomberg: Draghi Says Euro Is Irreversible as Le Pen Urges French Exit
Mario Draghi reaffirmed that the euro is irreversible in a defense of the single currency against populists who reject it. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asian Equities Mixed While Dollar Strengthens: Markets Wrap
Asian stock markets were mixed and the dollar strengthened as investors eased up after political uncertainty sent them toward haven assets. The Aussie erased losses after the central bank left its key interest rate on hold, while the kiwi rallied on inflation expectations. [more...]
Bloomberg: Dollar Pares Gain as Japanese Yen Surges to High Since November
The Japanese yen rose versus all of its G-10 peers, driving dollar-yen to its lowest level since Nov. 29 as traders unwound stale yen short positions across several currency pairs, notably against the Canadian dollar and the Australian dollar. [more...]
Bloomberg: World’s Best-Yielding Stock Market Is Set to Get Even Better
The best-yielding equities benchmark among the 12 biggest stock markets in the globe is set to get even better. [more...]
Reuters: Asia stocks, euro pressured by economic, political uncertainty
Appetite for Asian stocks and the euro ebbed on Tuesday as a rising tide of economic and political concerns added to anxiety over expectations China's foreign exchange reserves fell again in January. [more...]
Reuters: Oil prices firm, but kept in range by mixed price signals
Oil firmed on Tuesday after falls the previous session, with markets torn between mixed price indicators that have kept crude range-bound for much of the year. [more...]
CNBC: Asia markets fall as investor sentiment weakens, RBA keeps policy unchanged
Asian markets were negative on Tuesday following the sluggishness in global equities amid risk-off sentiment. [more...]
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