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Bloomberg: Stocks Mixed as Yuan Recovers; Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks traded mixed Wednesday as the yuan recovered from its recent decline, while the greenback remained under pressure ahead of a U.S. holiday Wednesday. [more...]
Bloomberg: Oil Rises on Signs of Stockpile Drop as Shortfall Fears Linger
Oil extended gains to near $75 a barrel after an industry report showed U.S. inventories shrunk as global output disruptions continued to stoke concerns over supply shortfalls. [more...]
Bloomberg: China to Have 12-Hour Head-Start on U.S. in Trade War's Next Act
In the brewing trade war between the U.S. and China, Beijing officials consistently seek to portray their nation as simply being on the defensive against Donald Trump’s aggressive tactics. [more...]
Bloomberg: Europe's Lack of ‘Cool’ Stocks Dooms Race Against Wall Street
European stocks just can’t catch up with the U.S. The main reason: Most of investors’ favorite millennial tech stocks are listed on Wall Street. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fortnite Is Winning the DeathMatch Against PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
The deathmatch between the world’s two biggest Battle Royale titles is intensifying. But on at least one important measure, Fortnite’s leaving compatriot PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in the dust. [more...]
Bloomberg: China Sets a Speed Bump for Dollar's Rally
The relentless rally in the U.S. dollar might be poised to take a breather after China’s central bank stemmed a decline in the yuan with a pledge to keep the exchange rate stable. [more...]

Bloomberg: China Won’t Weaponize the Yuan in Trade War, PBOC Official Says
Chinese central bankers vowed to keep their nation’s currency stable and to not deploy it as a weapon in the trade conflict with the U.S., helping the yuan reverse some of its recent plunge. [more...]

Reuters: Asian shares slip on trade war anxiety, yuan steadies
Asian stocks slipped on Wednesday on heightened anxieties about Sino-U.S. trade tensions ahead Washington’s end-of-week deadline to impose tariffs on Chinese imports while the yuan rebounded after China’s central bank moved to calm nervous investors. [more...]

Reuters: Exclusive: Exclusive: China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade
China is putting pressure on the European Union to issue a strong joint statement against President Donald Trump’s trade policies at a summit later this month but is facing resistance, European officials said. [more...]
CNBC: Tariff hikes could be 'real shock to the system' for the thriving US auto industry, CEO says
Potential tariffs are the greatest threat to the auto industry in the U.S., the CEO of a Washington-based automobile trade association told CNBC on Wednesday. [more...]
CNBC: US crude rises 20 cents, settling at $74.14, after topping $75 for first time since 2014
Oil prices steadied on Tuesday afternoon, following a volatile session that saw U.S. crude top $75 a barrel for the first time since November 2014 before falling sharply and suddenly in mid-morning trading. [more...]
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