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Bloomberg: Stocks Drop With Yuan as China Economy Weakens: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks fell with U.S. equity futures as caution returned to global markets, with data showing continued weakness in China’s economy. The yuan dropped with the Aussie, while the dollar climbed with Treasuries. [more...]
Bloomberg: A Billionaire Vanished for 400 Days and His Empire Boomed
More than a year ago, he vanished into the Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh, along with dozens of Saudi princes and businessmen. Before long, rumors swirled: Was the billionaire Mohammed Al Amoudi even alive? [more...]
Bloomberg: BMW and Porsche Just Beat Tesla to Three-Minute Charge
BMW AG and Porsche unveiled a charging station that can jolt electric vehicles with enough power to drive 100 kilometers (62 miles) in less than three minutes, pushing ahead of Tesla Inc. in the race to make battery-powered cars more convenient. [more...]
Bloomberg: Another Hedge Fund Veteran Is Quitting a Brutal Market
Philippe Jabre is returning money to investors after an “especially challenging” year, adding to the swelling list of hedge-fund veterans giving up on an industry where money-making opportunities have dwindled. [more...]
Bloomberg: Hedge Fund Turiya Cuts Jobs After Losing Investors’ Cash
Turiya Advisors Asia Ltd., the Hong Kong-based hedge fund firm led by former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. trader Davide Erro, is the latest to be hit by industry woes, cutting jobs after losing investors’ money. [more...]
Bloomberg: Markets Are Sending a Worrying Signal About the Australian Economy
Australia’s central bank says the next move in interest rates is a hike. Yet investors are starting to embrace the idea that policy makers will be forced to cut. [more...]
Bloomberg: Crypto Hedge Fund Warns of Possible ICO Refunds After SEC Decision
Pantera Capital Management said about 25 percent of the blockchain and digital-currency projects that its ICO fund invested in could be found in violation of U.S. securities laws and may have to refund money to their backers. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fed to Slow 2019 Rate Hikes as Downside Risks Mount, Poll Shows
Federal Reserve officials will pull the trigger on another interest-rate increase next week before slowing the pace of hikes in 2019 as risks to the U.S. economy mount, according to a new Bloomberg survey of economists. [more...]
Bloomberg: European Car Sales Slump for Third Month With No Sign of Rebound
European carmakers couldn’t shake the slump that’s shadowed them since September as new car registrations declined for the third month in a row -- adding fresh worries to an industry already facing declines in its largest market. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pound Traders Eye Next Political Hurdle as May Heads to Brussels
The pound may have won a reprieve as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May survived a bid to oust her, but its fate is likely to hinge on her ability to win concessions from the European Union over her Brexit deal. [more...]
Reuters: The price of progress in China: 'We traded our lives for development'
For four years at the turn of the century, Wang Zhaohong worked on a demolition crew in Shenzhen, clearing the way for the once-tiny border village to become a bustling metropolis. [more...]
Reuters: Brexit won't have grave impact on German economy - employers' group
Britain’s departure from the European Union will hit some German businesses harder than others, but should not have a serious impact on the overall economy, the head of Germany’s BDA employers’ organisation said on Friday. [more...]
CNBC: China just reported ‘ugly’ industrial output and retail sales growth that missed expectations
China on Friday reported industrial output and retail sales growth for the month of November that missed expectations, according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics, as the world’s second-largest economy started to show signs of slowing amid a bitter trade dispute with the U.S. [more...]
CNBC: Dow futures point to more than 200-point decline at Friday’s open
Dow Jones Industrial Average futures are pointing to a decline of more than 200 points in the index at Friday’s open, as markets in Asia were broadly lower after two straight sessions of gains. [more...]
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