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Bloomberg: Pound Rally on Brexit Optimism Is Overdone for Some Money Managers
The pound’s world-beating rally is unsustainable as traders are over-optimistic about the way forward on Brexit, according to money managers. Sterling has gained more than 3 percent versus the dollar this year, the most among its Group-of-10 peers, on conviction that the possibility of a no-deal Brexit has receded. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Start Week Mixed, Yen Edges Higher: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks were mixed Monday at the start of a crucial week for global trade and a policy meeting of the Federal Reserve. Japanese shares retreated alongside U.S. and European futures, while stocks in Hong Kong and China pared earlier gains to trade little changed. [more...]
Bloomberg: Saudi Crown Prince's New Gambit: $425 Billion for Infrastructure
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who’s already embarked on the biggest overhaul of the Saudi economy in its modern history, is preparing to roll out details of a sweeping plan to develop infrastructure and industry across the world’s biggest oil exporter. [more...]
Bloomberg: Here's What Goldman Conference Attendees Think Markets Will Do
Equities were chosen to be the best global asset class this year, followed by emerging-market credit and cash, according to a survey of attendees at a Goldman Sachs Group Inc. conference last week in Hong Kong. [more...]
Bloomberg: Deutsche Bank to Get Qatari Commitment for More Funds
Deutsche Bank AG has secured a commitment for additional investment from Qatar as the troubled German lender seeks to bolster its finances, according to people with knowledge of the matter. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fitch Warns Emerging Markets Face More Downgrades This Year
Emerging markets face more downgrades than upgrades this year as foreign debt levels leave them vulnerable to rising U.S. interest rates and the strength of the dollar, according to Fitch Ratings. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Growth Outlook Weakens in Survey of Business Economists
Forecasters are less optimistic about U.S. expansion this year, though they’re nearly unanimous in their expectations that a recession can be kept at bay until at least 2020, a National Association for Business Economics survey showed Monday. [more...]
Bloomberg: JPMorgan Says Equities, Credit Still Haven't Priced a Fed Pivot
While U.S. stocks and corporate debt have rallied from their December lows, there’s scope for further gains from an official Federal Reserve confirmation that it’s pivoting away from monetary tightening for now, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. [more...]
Bloomberg: How the U.K. Parliament Is Trying to Seize Control of Brexit
With U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May refusing to budge from her Brexit position, members of Parliament are proposing a range of amendments demanding a change of direction. [more...]
Reuters: Asia shares pare gains as focus turns to crucial Sino-U.S. trade talks
Asian shares ticked up on Monday though they retreated from earlier highs as relief on news of a deal to reopen the U.S. government following a prolonged shutdown gave way to edginess before a key round of Sino-U.S. trade talks. [more...]
Reuters: China's industrial profits shrink again in Dec. on weak prices, demand
Earnings at China’s industrial firms shrank for a second straight month in December, putting pressure on policymakers to support industries hurt by slowing prices and weak factory activity amid a protracted U.S.-Sino trade war. [more...]
CNBC: Trump tells WSJ another government shutdown is 'certainly an option'
U.S. President Donald Trump said another government shutdown is "certainly an option" as he expressed skepticism that Congress would reach a deal to fund the border wall he has requested, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. [more...]
CNBC: A chart suggests another 10 to 20 percent correction will strike stocks
Stocks may be on the brink of another correction. Despite 2019's strong start, the Economic Cycle Research Institute's Lakshman Achuthan believes the market remains in a danger zone, because there's evidence economic growth is still decelerating. [more...]
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