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CNBC: President Trump says Boris Johnson would 'make a great prime minister'
President Donald Trump claimed in an interview with The Sun that Prime Minister Theresa May's current Brexit strategy risks killing a trade deal with the U.S. The president said May ignored his advice for Brexit negotiations and instead "probably went the opposite way." [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Halt Four-Week Slide in Asia; Pound Drops: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks are set for the first weekly advance in five as trade tensions appeared to ease after China refrained from detailing retaliation plans against threatened U.S. tariff increases. The pound slipped on the latest woes from the Brexit quagmire. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trade War Sparks Mounting Concerns of Growth Risks: Economy Week
The trade war between the U.S. and China is continuing to intensify, leaving some worried about the potential consequences for global growth. Here’s our weekly wrap of what’s going on in the world economy. [more...]
Bloomberg: Some Analysts See the Pound Climbing Above $1.40 After May's Brexit Plan
Theresa May’s Brexit blueprint has given pound bulls some much-needed comfort. The U.K. prime minister’s push for a so-called soft Brexit, which envisions maintaining a close economic partnership with the European Union, is good for sterling, according to Deutsche Bank AG. [more...]
Bloomberg: London’s Hottest Properties Are Urban Warehouses
Bloomberg: Billionaire Steven Cohen Invests in Crypto Hedge Fund
Bloomberg: Emerging Market Sell-Off Is Only Going to Get Worse, Survey Says
With the Federal Reserve still boosting interest rates and President Donald Trump still raising tariff threats, the bottom for emerging markets remains some way away, market players say. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fed's Powell Says the U.S. Economy in ‘Good Place’ But Trade Is a Risk
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gave an upbeat assessment of the U.S. economy but warned a sustained period of high tariffs on a wide variety of imports could be harmful to growth. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares extend rebound but trade fears dog China stocks
Most Asian share markets rose on Friday, heartened by gains on Wall Street fueled by expectations of strong U.S. earnings, but China’s markets wobbled as investors braced for the impact of broadening, tit-for-tat Chinese-U.S tariffs. [more...]
Reuters: Oil prices mixed, but set for big weekly falls
Oil prices were little changed on Friday as markets digested big swings earlier in the week that have left both major benchmarks facing a second weekly loss and largely shrugged off a warning about tightness in spare capacity. [more...]
CNBC: New tariffs threatened by the US would be more harmful to China than the first batch, says bank CEO
The proposed U.S. tariffs on an additional $200 billion in Chinese goods would hit the world’s second-largest economy more severely than the previous custom duties did, according to the chief executive of Southeast Asia’s largest bank. [more...]
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