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Bloomberg: Stocks Can't Shake Off 2018 Blues on Growth Nerves: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia fell with U.S. futures and oil reversed gains as evidence of slowing Chinese growth compounded investor fears about the world economy as they reel from the worst year for global equities since the financial crisis. The yen touched a six-month high. [more...]
Bloomberg: North Korea's Kim Warns Trump Talks at Risk Over Sanctions
Kim Jong Un used his New Year’s address to issue a pointed warning to President Donald Trump, saying North Korea would take a “new path” in nuclear talks if the U.S. didn’t relax economic sanctions. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Stock Futures Plunge as China Data Fuel Growth Concerns
U.S. stock-index futures extended declines after a gauge for manufacturing output in China fell into contraction territory for the first time since May 2017, fueling global growth concerns. [more...]
Bloomberg: Hong Kong Stocks Kick Off Year With Biggest Tumble in a Month
Hong Kong shares plunged on the first trading day of the year, extending 2018’s tumble as Chinese factory data pointed to a worsening economic slowdown. [more...]
Bloomberg: OPEC+ Caps Prove No Barrier to Record Russian Oil Output in 2018
Russia’s oil production reached a post-Soviet high last year even as it coordinated supply with the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. [more...]
Bloomberg: Gold Barrels Into 2019 as Growth Concerns Spur Demand for Haven
Gold closed out 2018 on a strong note, its haven demand reinvigorated by volatile trading in global equities, rising concern about the economic outlook and a drawn-out government shutdown in the U.S. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Yen May Rally Further in 2019
The yen is set to end the year as the biggest winner against the dollar among major currencies as investors sought out safety amid 2018’s uncertainties. [more...]
Reuters: Global stocks nurse New Year hangover as China data disappoint
Asian shares turned tail on the first trading day of the new year as more disappointing economic data from China darkened the mood and upended U.S. stock futures. [more...]
Reuters: Oil opens 2019 with losses on surging supply, signs of economic slowdown
Oil markets dropped by around 1 percent in 2019’s first trading on Wednesday, pulled down by surging U.S. output and concerns about an economic slowdown in 2019 as factory activity in China, the world’s biggest oil importer, contracted. [more...]
CNBC: Chinese manufacturing had an even worse December than expected, more data show
Results of a private survey on China's manufacturing for the month of December showed factory activity contracted for the first time in 19 months amid a trade dispute with the U.S. [more...]
CNBC: JP Morgan: If OPEC doesn't maintain its cuts, oil could stay lower for longer
If the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) does not follow through with its commitment to reduce oil production throughout this year, Brent crude prices could struggle to rise, according to J.P. Morgan's head of Asia Pacific oil and gas. [more...]
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