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CNBC: George Soros says the US and China are in a cold war that 'threatens to turn into a hot one'
Liberal billionaire George Soros on Thursday warned that the U.S. and China, the world's two largest economies, are locked in a "cold war that could soon turn into a hot one." [more...]
CNBC: IMF's Lagarde says a China slowdown, if fast, would constitute a real risk
The International Monetary Fund's Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, told a panel in Davos that the current slowdown in China's economy is "legitimate," but warned it could pose a major risk if the downtrend started to accelerate. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Push Higher Led by Tech; Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia climbed as a rally in technology shares outweighed conflicting signals over U.S.-China trade progress. The dollar slipped against all major peers bar the yen. [more...]
Bloomberg: Airbus Threat to Quit U.K. Over Brexit Adds to Risk of Exodus
Airbus SE said it might be forced to move future investments out of the U.K. in the event of a no-deal divorce from the European Union, slamming the “madness” of Brexit supporters who assume the planemaker won’t abandon Britain. [more...]
Bloomberg: Airlines Say They’re Close to a ‘Tipping Point’ Due to the Shutdown
U.S. airline bosses stepped up their criticism of the partial government shutdown, warning that the closing threatens to snarl air travel. [more...]
Bloomberg: Saudi, U.A.E. Loans to Help Pakistan Avert Financial Crisis
Pakistan received $1 billion from Saudi Arabia Friday, a day after the United Arab Emirates deposited the first installment of a $3 billion financial support package aimed at helping the South Asian nation tide over a balance-of-payment crisis. [more...]
Bloomberg: Ross Says Trade Deal to Hinge on China Accepting Deeper Reforms
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the U.S. and China are eager to end their trade war, but the outcome will hinge on whether Beijing will deepen economic reforms and further open up its markets. [more...]
Bloomberg: A $41 Billion Flash Crash in Singapore Gives Traders Fright
What was shaping up to be a ho-hum market open in Singapore suddenly became the most dramatic session in years, with a haphazard spree of sell orders causing a $41 billion crash in the city’s biggest stock on Thursday. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asia's Hedge Funds Just Had Their Worst Year Since 2008
As investor updates for the final month of 2018 trickle in, there’s one overriding message: December capped a year most hedge-fund managers in Asia -- and their clients -- would rather forget. [more...]
Bloomberg: Mysteries Pile Up in FX Market, From Fed's Path to China Growth
Investors in the $5.1 trillion-a-day currency market have some big questions hanging over their heads as they chart a road map for the year ahead. [more...]
Reuters: 'Get a loan,' Commerce chief tells unpaid federal workers
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Thursday urged furloughed federal workers facing a second missed paycheck to seek loans to pay their bills while adding that he could not understand why they were having trouble getting by. [more...]
Reuters: Global shipping rates slump in latest sign of economic slowdown
Freight rates for dry-bulk and container ships, carriers of most of the world’s raw materials and finished goods, have plunged over the last six months in the latest sign the global economy is slowing significantly. [more...]
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