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Bloomberg: Tech Rout Sinks Stocks as Lines of Defense Crumble: Markets Wrap
The deepening rout in once high-flying technology shares sent U.S. stocks tumbling to start the second quarter, as fresh presidential criticism of Amazon.com and retaliatory tariffs from China rattled markets. Gold rose on haven demand. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Show Resilience After U.S. Tech Slump: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia demonstrated some resilience after a sharp sell-off in the once much-favored U.S. technology shares, sending volatility soaring. The dollar came under pressure against major peers, while Treasuries steadied. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trade Tension With China, U.S. Pushes South Korea Toward Vietnam
Facing persistent trade tensions with China and the U.S., South Korea is deepening ties with Vietnam, which is on course to surpass the U.S. as Korean companies’ second-biggest export market. [more...]
Bloomberg: Quants Chasing Momentum Get a New Quarter, Same Bad Results
Trend-following momentum stocks are starting the second quarter the same way they ended the first -- with little momentum.
The iShares Edge MSCI USA Momentum Factor ETF, ticker MTUM, fell 3.2 percent Monday, more than the 2.2 percent decline in the S&P 500 Index. It’s the exchange-traded fund’s seventh drop of more than 2 percent in a single day this year. In 2017, a loss of that magnitude never happened. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump Wanted a Trade War. Here's What One Looks Like
In a two-week span, President Donald Trump ordered up an array of tariffs against numerous countries, blocked Chinese takeovers of U.S. companies and sought new restrictions on future Chinese investment. China responded with tariffs of its own on imports of 128 U.S. goods. [more...]
Bloomberg: SocGen Warns of Late-Cycle Volatility Bursts in Months Ahead
A report, titled “Macro ‘Black Mirror”’ after a U.K. television series that looks at unanticipated consequences of technology, warns that advances such as algorithmic trading are exacerbating trading issues with “profound distortions in market liquidity or the illusion thereof,” citing the volatility spiral in early February as an example. [more...]
Reuters: China ready for proportionate response to U.S. tariffs: envoy
China will take counter-measures of the “same proportion” and scale if the United States imposes further tariffs on Chinese goods, China’s ambassador to Washington said, amid growing fears of an impending trade war. [more...]
Reuters: As Wall Street sinks, Trump is his own worst enemy
As far as the stock market is concerned, U.S. President Donald Trump is, right now, his own worst enemy.
The president - who frequently touted Wall Street’s rally following his 2016 election victory - was partly blamed for a sharp stock selloff on Monday that investors believe is likely to continue, deepening cracks in a nine-year-old bull run. [more...]
CNBC: Stocks broke key level in sell-off that signals potential for bigger correction
Monday's broad-based sell-off pushed stocks below important technical levels, signaling more pain ahead for the market. [more...]
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