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Latest News Headlines
Bloomberg: Pound Falls as Supreme Court Ruling Seen as No Brake on Brexit
The U.K.’s highest court ruled May needs to seek parliamentary approval to trigger Brexit, an expected decision that hands lawmakers a chance to try to amend the government’s stance. [more...]

Bloomberg: Asia Stocks Extend Global Rally on Growth Optimism: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia joined a global equities rally as corporate results reignited investors’ optimism in economic growth. A surge in commodities prices bolstered raw-materials companies, while gold extended losses. [more...]

Bloomberg: Mr. Yen Sees Rally Toward 100 in 2017 as ‘Trump Fever’ Ends
The yen may strengthen beyond 100 per dollar this year as expectations for Trumponomics shatter when the U.S. president fails to attain the economic growth he’s promised, according to Eisuke Sakakibara, a former top currency official at Japan’s Finance Ministry. [more...]
Bloomberg: Americans Are Flipping Houses Like It’s 2006
A tactic that helped define the height of homebuying madness in the U.S. in the years before the market collapsed is rearing its head again. [more...]

Reuters: Asian stocks creep to three-month highs, dollar drifts
Asian stocks edged up to three-month highs on Wednesday but the dollar eased as growing uncertainty over U.S. President Donald Trump's policies prompted some investors to take profits on the greenback's overnight bounce. [more...]
Reuters: Trump talks to U.S. automakers, pushes for new American plants
U.S. President Donald Trump urged the chief executives of the Big Three U.S. automakers on Tuesday to build more cars in the country, pressing his pledge to bring jobs to America and discourage the car industry from investing in Mexico. [more...]
CNBC: Asian stocks higher; Mexican peso falls after Trump's tweet
Asia markets were in the green as investors cheered better than expected Japanese exports data and South Korean GDP figures. [more...]
CNBC: Apple's India dreams slip as competition intensifies
Apple's ambition to make a splash in India's growing smartphone market appears to be slipping, with recent data suggesting success could be elusive in the near term. [more...]
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