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Bloomberg: Where Currency Analysts Think the Pound Will Go Next
The pound may be holding ground after U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit victory in Parliament, but some in the market say investors are too optimistic. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Rise on Fed Pause Signal; Dollar Holds Drop: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia climbed as the Federal Reserve signaled it is putting further interest-rate increases on hold, boosting emerging-market equities and currencies. Treasury yields ticked lower extending Wednesday’s declines. [more...]
Bloomberg: Venezuela Has 20 Tons of Gold Ready to Ship. Address Unknown
Venezuelan lawmaker Jose Guerra dropped a bombshell on Twitter Tuesday: The Russian Boeing 777 that had landed in Caracas the day before was there to spirit away 20 tons of gold from the vaults of the country’s central bank. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Brexit Bill: Here’s the Damage So Far
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union has already come at a cost regardless of where Brexit goes from here. Some of the damage is tangible, such as jobs, investment and capital; some of it less so, like international clout and talent. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fed Adopts ‘Patient’ Rate Stance With Balance-Sheet Flexibility
The Federal Reserve signaled it’s done raising interest rates for at least a while and will be flexible in reducing its bond holdings, a sweeping pivot from its bias toward tighter monetary policy just last month. [more...]
Bloomberg: Apple Is Planning 3-D Cameras for New iPhones in AR Push
Apple Inc. plans to launch iPhones with a more-powerful 3-D camera as soon as next year, stepping up the company’s push into augmented reality, according to people familiar with the plans. [more...]
Bloomberg: Hedge Funds Are Behaving Like We Just Had a Financial Crisis
Hedge funds haven’t been chasing the January rebound in U.S. equities on the heels of their worst year since 2011. [more...]
Reuters: U.S. lawmakers move to curtail president's power to levy tariffs
U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday introduced legislation to limit the president’s power to levy import tariffs for national security reasons. [more...]
Reuters: U.S. private payrolls rise strongly; housing market struggling
U.S. private payrolls increased solidly in January, pointing to sustained labor market strength despite a recent easing in consumer and business confidence that has suggested a loss of momentum in the economy. [more...]
CNBC: Alibaba shares soar as market looks past the company's record $41 billion spending spree
Alibaba shares soared after the company reported market-beating earnings in the three months ended December, with investors content with a record amount of spending by the company in the 2018 calendar year, hoping that it will spur future growth. [more...]
CNBC: Time is running out for the US-China trade talks — but American firms say key issues linger
With just about one month to go before the U.S.-China trade truce comes to an end, some in the American business community have expressed concerns that many questions remain on whether the two countries can make enough progress before the early-March deadline lapses. [more...]
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