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Bloomberg: Stocks in Asia Advance After U.S. Inflation Data: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia advanced with bonds after inflation data in the U.S. added to evidence that global growth is continuing steadily with limited price pressures in the American economy. [more...]
Bloomberg: Good News About Brexit: Leaving London and Paying Less Rent
Bankers and others who must relocate in the wake of the Brexit vote may miss London, but not its rents. In destinations including Frankfurt, Paris and Dublin, their housing costs could be slashed as much as 60 percent. [more...]
Bloomberg: What Global Finance Chiefs Are Saying About the Economy
Don’t celebrate too soon. That was the key message as policy makers and investors left Washington on Sunday after attending the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. [more...]
Bloomberg: China's Central Bank Chief Warns Corporate Debt Is Too High
People’s Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan warned that Chinese companies have taken on too much debt, and argued for less financial leverage as well as fiscal reforms to constrain local government borrowing. [more...]
Bloomberg: In China, Trading Begins on WeChat
In China, bankers and traders don’t just hit the phones or send an email when they have a deal to sell. They take to WeChat. [more...]
Bloomberg: This Is the Week Wall Street Went Nuts Over Cryptocurrencies
Wall Street banks that weren’t already on the bitcoin bandwagon appear to be piling in, or at least eyeing seats, after the cryptocurrency surged to all-time highs this week on the way to $6,000. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares conquer 10-year peak, oil up on Iraq tensions
Asian shares advanced to a decade high on Monday, while U.S. oil futures jumped to hover near a six-month top as escalating tensions between the Iraqi government and Kurdish forces threatened supply. [more...]
Reuters: Oil jumps on fears of new Iran sanctions, Iraq conflict
Oil markets jumped on Monday on concerns over potential renewed U.S. sanctions against Iran as well as conflict in Iraq, while an explosion at a U.S. oil rig and reduced exploration activity supported prices there. [more...]
CNBC: Iraqi troops seize parts of oil-rich Kurdish region that voted for independence
Iraqi army units on Sunday seized positions in and around Kirkuk, a major oil city that's dominated by the country's Kurdish people and which voted for independence last month. [more...]
CNBC: China stands at 'a new historic starting point,' Communist Party says
China is boasting of its growing economic and political development as the country comes to a standstill for the once-every-five-years Communist Party Congress. [more...]
CNBC: The IMF has a message for emerging markets: Take advantage of easy money while it lasts
Emerging markets should get their fiscal houses in order while monetary conditions remain loose, the International Monetary Fund warned. [more...]
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