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Bloomberg: Stocks Gain as Powell, China Policy Soothe Nerves: Markets Wrap
Stocks across Asia kicked off the week with strong gains after soothing Federal Reserve comments and an easing of monetary policy in China stoked a renewed appetite for risk assets. The dollar fell to the lowest in more than two months against peers. [more...]
Bloomberg: Dip Buyers Beware, the S&P 500 Bottoming Process Can Take Time
Convinced the stock rout is over? It has occasionally felt like it, on days like Friday, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average soared almost 750 points. Isolated examples of quick rebounds loom large in the minds of traders, or at least those whose careers go back more than a few years. [more...]
Bloomberg: Powell, Not China, Gives Asia Stocks $300 Billion Banner Day
It’s the start of the first full week of stocks trading in Asia for 2019, and optimism is in the air -- about $303 billion of confidence to be precise. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bridgewater's Pure Alpha Fund Returned 14.6% Last Year
Bridgewater Associates’ flagship hedge fund rose 14.6 percent last year as stocks fell broadly, according to a document seen by Bloomberg. The Westport, Connecticut-based firm is the world’s biggest hedge fund with about $160 billion in assets. [more...]
Bloomberg: Half BlackRock's Clients Looking to Cut Stocks Exposure in 2019
Customers of the world’s biggest money manager say they will reduce allocation to equities amid rising concerns about a downturn in global growth. That’s the message from BlackRock Inc’s annual survey of 230 institutional clients who own $7 trillion in assets globally. [more...]
Bloomberg: A Clue to Solving the Yen ‘Flash Crash’ Mystery Uncovered
Retail investors in Japan slashed their net long positions in the Turkish lira on Thursday, according to data from a trading platform, offering a clue to the mystery behind the flash crash that had sent the yen soaring against every currency in the world. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump, Kim Likely to Choose Hanoi for Second Summit, Report Says
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un could meet in Vietnam’s capital for their second summit on Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions, the South Korean newspaper Munhwa Ilbo said. [more...]
Bloomberg: Goldman Says to Bet on Weaker U.S. Dollar After Powell Comments
he U.S. dollar may be poised to decline, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Friday boosted the chances that the central bank will pause interest-rate increases, strategists at Goldman wrote in a note Saturday. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pound Fortunes to Be Set by Brexit Talks as Parliament Returns
Brexit will return as the dominant driver for the pound next week as Parliament debates U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s divorce deal. Sterling lost over 5 percent in 2018 as fears of a hard exit from the European Union grew, and the currency’s direction this year will depend on whether lawmakers will be able to avoid the U.K. crashing out of the bloc on March 29. [more...]
Reuters: Stocks ride relief rally, Sino-U.S. trade a hurdle
Asian shares sped ahead on Monday as a dovish turn by the Federal Reserve and startlingly strong U.S. jobs data soothed some of the market’s worst fears about the global outlook. [more...]
Reuters: Oil rises on U.S-China trade talks, OPEC-led supply cuts
Oil prices jumped around 1.5 percent on Monday, pushed up by optimism that talks in Beijing can resolve a trade war between the United States and China, while supply cuts by major producers also supported crude. [more...]
CNBC: More stock market carnage could force Trump to make a China trade deal, expert says
The U.S. and China are unlikely to reach a full deal at the end of their 90-day ceasefire on tit-for-tat tariffs, but a sustained decline in markets will push President Donald Trump to close a deal, an expert told CNBC on Monday. [more...]
CNBC: JP Morgan says China hasn't done enough to stimulate its economy
China has made several moves to stimulate its slowing economy, but those measures are not yet enough to help the Asian economic giant weather risks that it's facing, according to J.P. Morgan Asset Management. [more...]
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