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Bloomberg: Asian Stocks to Gain as Fed Chair Talk Hits Bonds: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia paused near recent highs as concerns about North Korea reemerged, while Australian bonds fell with Treasuries as speculation climbed that the next head of the Federal Reserve will be more hawkish. [more...]
Bloomberg: Love Sick: U.S. Market Sentiment Index Flashes Sell, BNP Says
If you really love the U.S. market right now, you should let it go. That’s according to the BNP Paribas Love-Panic U.S. Index, a contrarian indicator tracking a broad series of data to gauge when investors have become blinded by their emotions. [more...]
Bloomberg: Airbus Tie-Up With Bombardier Is Challenge for China's Ambitions
Airbus SE plans to buy a majority stake in Bombardier Inc.’s C Series passenger jet program, injecting critical financial support and expertise into a project that may test China’s aircraft-selling ambitions. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Money-Losing Volatility Trade That Hedge Funds Can't Resist
While so-called long volatility strategies have been some of this year’s worst performers, everyone from Nobel laureate Richard Thaler to BlackRock Inc. Chief Executive Officer Larry Fink has warned that the unusual state of calm in markets may not last. [more...]
Bloomberg: Dollar Rises to High, Jolted by N. Korea Talk, Fed Speculation
The dollar extended gains late Monday after economist John Taylor was said to make a favorable impression on President Trump during an interview for the position of Federal Reserve chairman. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fraud Isn’t Among the ‘Real Concerns’ RBC Chief Has With Bitcoin
Royal Bank of Canada’s David McKay said he has “real concerns” about bitcoin. But unlike JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Jamie Dimon, fraud isn’t one of them. [more...]
Reuters: Oil elevated as Iraq tensions escalate, Asian shares hold firm
Oil prices clung to this month’s high on Tuesday after Iraqi forces seized the oil-rich city of Kirkuk from largely autonomous Kurdish fighters while Asian shares held firm on optimism about upcoming earnings. [more...]
CNBC: Trump is toying with Iran — and another US adversary is watching
President Donald Trump's apparent willingness to exit an agreement with Iran could undermine any hope of negotiations with another adversary: North Korea. [more...]
CNBC: Why investors in Europe should be cautious on the upcoming earnings season
With another earnings season in Europe about to kick off, one equity analyst is concerned that European firms won't deliver as much return as was expected at the start of the year. [more...]
CNBC: North Korea says 'a nuclear war may break out any moment'
North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador warned Monday that the situation on the Korean Peninsula "has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment." [more...]

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