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Bloomberg: After Another Quarter of Losses, Is Worst Over for Commodities?
Commodities just posted the longest losing streak in more than three years, and analysts and investors are giving conflicting signals over whether the worst is over. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Stock Futures, Loonie, Peso Advance on Trade: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks saw a mixed start to the final quarter of the year in holiday-thinned trading. U.S. equity futures, Canada’s dollar and Mexico’s peso all climbed as American and Canadian negotiators reached a deal to preserve a three-way trade bloc with Mexico. [more...]
Bloomberg: Elon Musk's Volunteer Army Out in Force at Buzzing Tesla Outlets
Priority number one for the embattled Elon Musk going into the weekend was striking a deal with federal regulators -- a task he achieved Saturday by agreeing to pay a hefty fine and step down as Tesla Inc.’s chairman. [more...]
Bloomberg: 35-Year-Old Unknown Creates the World's Most Valuable Startup
When Zhang Yiming first shopped the idea of a news aggregation app powered by artificial intelligence six years ago, investors including Sequoia Capital were skeptical. [more...]
Bloomberg: How Much Oil Can Saudi Arabia Really Pump? We’re About to Find Out
Does Saudi Arabia have the extra oil? For the first time since Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1990, Saudi Arabia could face the ultimate petroleum test: pushing its complex network of oilfields, processing plants, pipelines, tank farms and export terminals to the limit, pumping every possible barrel of oil. [more...]
Bloomberg: Facebook's Worst Security Breach Hammers User Trust Once Again
Facebook Inc.’s worst security breach ever is a major blow to the company’s effort to rebuild trust with users of the social network after a privacy scandal in March. [more...]
Bloomberg: Deadly Indonesia Earthquake, Tsunami Deliver Multiple Blows
In the aftermath of Indonesia’s most destructive earthquake and tsunami since 2009, President Joko Widodo’s government continued to search for survivors in desperate need of medical attention in a disaster with a death toll expected to top the already 800-plus confirmed dead. [more...]
Bloomberg: Canadian Dollar Rises to Four-Month High Before Nafta Deadline
The Canadian dollar rose to a four-month high as the nation joined the U.S. and Mexico in a trade deal to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. [more...]
Bloomberg: JPMorgan Sees All-Out U.S.-China Tariffs, Lowers Yuan Call
With little prospect of a restart for U.S.-China trade talks, JPMorgan Chase & Co. now expects an escalation in tensions that will see higher American tariffs on all Chinese imports, sending the yuan sliding to its weakest against the dollar in more than a decade. [more...]
Reuters: Canada, U.S. reach deal to save NAFTA as trilateral trade pact
The United States and Canada forged a last-gasp deal on Sunday to salvage NAFTA as a trilateral pact with Mexico, rescuing a three-country, $1.2 trillion open-trade zone that had been about to collapse after nearly a quarter century. [more...]
Reuters: Brent oil rises to four-year high ahead of Iran sanctions, traders eye more hikes
Brent crude oil prices rose to their highest since November 2014 on Monday ahead of U.S. sanctions against Iran, the third-largest producer in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), that kick in next month. [more...]
CNBC: 'Possible' for Chinese yuan to fall another 10 percent if trade war escalates, economist says
It's possible for the Chinese yuan to depreciate by another 10 percent against the dollar if the United States continues to raise tariffs on China imports, independent economist Andy Xie told CNBC on Friday. [more...]
CNBC: SEC settles charges with Tesla's Elon Musk, will remain as CEO but relinquish chairman role and pay stiff fine
The Securities and Exchange Commission settled charges with Tesla CEO Elon Musk over his aborted bid to take the company private, with the billionaire remaining as the helm of the company but relinquishing his chairman title and getting slapped with a hefty fine. [more...]
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