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Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Mixed Before Fed Decision; JGBs Swing: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks traded mixed, with investors bracing for Wednesday’s Federal Reserve policy decision against the backdrop of recent turmoil in global markets. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Stocks End Day Little Changed as Oil Tumbles: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks held near a 14-month low on a volatile day that saw the benchmark gauge swing almost 2 percent from trough to peak. Oil tumbled. The S&P 500 Index ended virtually unchanged as investors braced for Wednesday’s Federal Reserve policy decision. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Trader Who Nailed the Bitcoin Top Just Covered His Short
Just as the euphoria surrounding Bitcoin was peaking last December, Mark Dow decided to short the leading digital currency. Almost a year to the day, and after a more than 80 percent decline from its record high price, Dow has closed out the trade. [more...]
Bloomberg: Investment Banker Exodus Hits Deutsche Bank in Hong Kong, Singapore
Deutsche Bank AG, the German lender that’s struggling to enact a turnaround, has seen a surge in turnover among investment bankers in Asia since May, as cost-cutting and sinking morale has prompted dealmakers to leave, people with knowledge of the matter said. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fed Seen Making Dovish Hike With 2019 Pause: Decision Day Guide
U.S. central bankers meeting in Washington are expected to raise interest rates a fourth time this year, brushing aside pressure from President Donald Trump, while signaling a slower approach to their gradual rate hike campaign in 2019. [more...]
Bloomberg: China and U.S. Talk on Trade Ahead of January Negotiations
China and the U.S. held vice-ministerial level talks on Wednesday to discuss the ongoing trade dispute as they move closer to meeting in January. The two sides spoke by phone according to China’s Ministry of Commerce, and have held several rounds of talks in recent weeks, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told Bloomberg on Tuesday in Washington. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Index Futures Extend Gains on Further Talks With China
U.S. stock-index futures rose as signs of progress keep emerging in the U.S.-China trade spat, while traders awaited the conclusion of the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pros Are Ditching the Bitcoin Market, JPMorgan Says
The prolonged digital-asset slump is scaring off institutional players, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co., suggesting a fulcrum for cryptocurrency markets is giving way. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trader's Guide to Getting Ready for Fed in `Really Tough Corner'
Investors reeling from one of the worst years on record for financial assets have one last hope for a lifeline: the Federal Reserve. Odds remain high that Jerome Powell will announce a quarter-point rate increase Wednesday, but it’s what comes next that has Wall Street on edge. [more...]
Reuters: Fed expected to raise rates, may signal fewer hikes ahead
The U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates on Wednesday, but may cut the number of hikes it anticipates next year and signal an earlier end to its monetary tightening in the face of financial market volatility and rising recession fears. [more...]
Reuters: Oil prices claw back some ground, but oversupply worries drag
Oil prices clawed back some ground on Wednesday as global equity markets showed signs of stabilizing, but crude was still under pressure from worries about oversupply and a slowing global economy that had driven sharp losses in the last three sessions. [more...]
CNBC: Elon Musk unveils Boring Company tunnel, promising a new era in high-speed transportation
CNBC: Fed expected to move forward with rate hike, despite Trump's scolding
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