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Bloomberg: Dollar Jumps Ahead of Jackson Hole; Stocks Mixed: Markets Wrap
The dollar rallied for the first day in six as investors awaited a meeting of global central bankers after the Federal Reserve signaled no change to its pace of monetary policy tightening. Asian stocks traded mixed. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S., China Impose New Tariffs on Each Other as Talks Resume
The U.S. and China imposed fresh tariffs on each other’s goods in the middle of trade talks aimed at averting the worsening conflict between the world’s two biggest economies. [more...]
Bloomberg: How Australian Political Turmoil Is Impacting Markets Down Under
Investors, like voters, have seen this all before. Yet another Australian leadership crisis.
That’s meant markets from bonds to stocks have by and large shown resilience ahead of calls Thursday for another vote to choose a successor to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. [more...]
Bloomberg: September Set Up Nicely for U.S. Momentum Rally, Nomura Says
A combination of seasonality and a tax calendar effect sets up September for a potentially strong rally in U.S. momentum stocks, according to Nomura Holdings Inc. [more...]
Bloomberg: Facebook Investors Who Bought the Historic Dip Aren’t Seeing a Quick Recovery
For five years, buying the dip in Facebook Inc. as its value soared by half a trillion dollars has been one of the stock market’s surest bets. Right now, it isn’t working. [more...]
Bloomberg: Wall Street Isn’t Ruling Out a Trump Move to Weaken the Dollar
The United States of America, a currency manipulator? It’s a label more frequently slapped on developing export economies and one that President Donald Trump took up just this week to browbeat China and Europe in his increasingly pitched trade war. [more...]
Bloomberg: A Currency Black Market Quickly Re-Emerges in the Streets of Caracas
Venezuela’s epic 95 percent currency devaluation was in part an attempt, it appeared, to squash the black market where most people have bought and sold dollars for years. [more...]
Reuters: U.S.-China trade war escalates as new tariffs kick in
The United States and China escalated their acrimonious trade war on Thursday, implementing punitive 25 percent tariffs on $16 billion worth of each other’s goods, even as mid-level officials from both sides resumed talks in Washington. [more...]
Reuters: World Bank launches world-first blockchain bond
The World Bank has priced the world’s first public bond created and managed using only blockchain in a A$100 million ($73.16 million) deal designed to test how the technology might improve decades-old bond sales practices. [more...]
CNBC: It's going to take a lot more for the stock market to start caring about Trump's legal woes
President Donald Trump may have legal headaches, but they are unlikely to stall the bull market, unless revelations from the ongoing special counsel investigation tie him directly to a Russian plot to sway the 2016 election or cause a Democratic sweep of Congress in November. [more...]
CNBC: Saudi Arabia denies reports that it's scrapping Aramco IPO
Saudi Arabia on Thursday denied reports that the kingdom has scrapped plans to list shares of state-owned energy giant Aramco on stock exchanges. [more...]
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