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Bloomberg: IMF, CEOs Warn of Slowing World Economy on Eve of Davos Summit
Corporate executives joined the International Monetary Fund in warning the global economy is slowing faster than expected, establishing a downbeat tone for this week’s annual meeting of the World Economic Forum. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Drop With U.S. Futures; Treasuries Climb: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks and U.S. futures fell Tuesday as investors mulled the latest batch of headlines on global growth and trade, while Treasury yields pushed lower and the yen higher. [more...]
Bloomberg: China’s Unlikely to Rebound From Its Slowdown Anytime Soon
China isn’t set to come to the rescue of a weakening world economy even amid signs policy makers are successfully cushioning some of its slowdown. A wave of data released on Monday showed December gauges of consumption and factory output in the world’s second-largest economy accelerated and investment held up even as expansion in the fourth quarter dipped to 6.4 percent, the softest since 2009. [more...]
Bloomberg: Hedge Fund Billionaire Griffin Buys $122 Million London Home
There are still buyers out there for top-end homes in London. Citadel LLC founder Ken Griffin bought 3 Carlton Gardens, a 200-year-old home that overlooks London’s St. James’s Park about half a mile from Buckingham Palace. The billionaire hedge-fund manager paid about 95 million pounds ($122 million) for the property, a Citadel spokesman said. [more...]
Bloomberg: Watchmaker Patek Philippe May Be Coming Up for Sale
Patek Philippe, the closely held maker of $10,000-plus Calatrava watches, may be coming up for sale, according to analysts at Berenberg who cited industry talk. [more...]
Bloomberg: Oil Steadies Near Two-Month High as U.S. Drilling Slows Down
Oil steadied near a two-month high in New York amid a pullback in U.S. drilling activity, while ongoing U.S.-China trade talks left an uncertain outlook for demand. [more...]
Bloomberg: UBS Warns on Client Activity After $13 Billion of Outflows
UBS Group AG warned client activity is still recovering after investors pulled $13 billion of assets in the final quarter of last year and said that wealth management revenues will be hit by the market declines. [more...]
Bloomberg: It's Election Year in South Africa But Traders Aren't Panicking
With about four months to go before South Africa’s election, traders are holding their nerve. Six-month implied volatility for the rand versus the dollar has declined 155 basis points since the start of the year as investors increasingly price in a comfortable victory for the ruling African National Congress. The vote will be in May, though an exact date hasn’t yet been set. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares, oil skid on global growth worries
Asian shares stumbled and oil prices fell on Tuesday as pessimism about world growth drove investors away from risky assets, while sterling ticked lower in the face of the latest twists and turns in the Brexit saga. [more...]
Reuters: Dollar holds firm as global growth concerns support safe-havens
The dollar hovered near 2-week highs against its peers on Tuesday as a slowdown in China’s economy to 28-year lows fanned fresh worries over global growth and prompted investors to move into safe-haven currencies. [more...]
CNBC: 'We are in a worse place than we were a year ago,' top fund manager says at Davos
A slew of geopolitical events over the last 12 months has meant the environment for investing has deteriorated notably since last year, a prominent name in U.K. finance told CNBC Monday. [more...]
CNBC: US markets are set to slip: Dow futures point to a decline of more than 150 points at the open
Futures are indicating that stateside stocks are set for a rocky start to their trading week on Tuesday.
That follows declines in the Asian markets and gloomy comments from the ongoing World Economic Forum in Davos. [more...]
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