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Bloomberg: Asia Raw-Material Producers Gain as Resources Jump: Markets Wrap
Asian raw-material producers advanced after a surge in commodity prices bolstered optimism the global economy can gather momentum. Oil extended last week’s strongest rally this year. [more...]
Bloomberg: Oil Skeptics Exit as Market Dispels Gloom to Flirt With $50
As pessimism over oil dissipates and investors flirt with $50 a barrel again, short-sellers are getting out of the way. [more...]
Bloomberg: Draghi Pledged 'Whatever It Takes.' It Took 1.2 Trillion Euros
So how much did it end up taking after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi memorably said five years ago he’d do “whatever it takes” to save the euro? [more...]
Bloomberg: Here's Why Japanese Stocks Don't Look So Hot Anymore
After handily beating the rest of Asia for much of the past five years, Japanese stocks are lagging behind in 2017, with strategists now worrying about the outside chance of the author of Abenomics stepping down. [more...]
Bloomberg: Japan Industrial Output Rebounds in Sign of Further Recovery
Japan’s industrial production rebounded in June, as global demand continued to support the nation’s economic recovery. [more...]
Reuters: Asia stocks start data-heavy week with gains; dollar creeps up
Asian shares turned positive on Monday, shrugging off a new North Korean missile test as investors turned their attention to a raft of global economic data and earnings this week, while the dollar crept up but remained capped by U.S. political concerns. [more...]
CNBC: Europe's biggest bank records 5 percent jump in profit, announces buyback
HSBC has posted a five percent in first half profit to 10 point 2 billion dollars, beating expectations. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump’s Dollar Mess: Losses Pile Up as Political Drama Mounts
President Donald Trump loves to trumpet the record run in U.S. stocks. “Stock market hits another high with spirit and enthusiasm so positive,” he tweeted on July 12, in one of eight posts about the market this month. [more...]
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