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Reuters: Factory activity shrinks across Asia as cooling China threatens global growth
Factory activity shrank across much of Asia in January, falling to the weakest in years in several countries and adding to worries that trade tariffs and cooling demand in China pose an increasing threat to global growth. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asia Stocks Flat as U.S.-China Trade Talks Wear On: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks were little changed on Friday following the best month for global equities in more than seven years, with U.S.-China trade talks set to continue later this month. The yuan gave up a sliver of its recent advance. [more...]
Bloomberg: Meet Tesla’s McKinsey-Groomed, Newly Minted Millennial CFO
Zach Kirkhorn landed his first job out of school with McKinsey & Co. and joined Tesla Inc. while still in his mid-20s. He’s now about to take over a finance department that’s been through months of tumult. [more...]
Bloomberg: Amazon Sales, Profit Top Estimates, Driven by Retail, AWS
Amazon.com Inc.’s sales and earnings in the busy holiday quarter beat analysts’ estimates, showing the world’s biggest web retailer can maintain rapid growth while improving profitability and fending off online competition from rivals like Walmart Inc. [more...]
Bloomberg: Mark Zuckerberg Vaults to No. 5 in the Ranking of World’s Richest
Mark Zuckerberg added $6.2 billion to his net worth Thursday, jumping two places to No. 5 on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, after his Facebook Inc. posted revenue that beat Wall Street estimates, sending its shares soaring. [more...]
Bloomberg: Giant Pension Fund Takes $136 Billion Hit in Worst Quarter Ever
The world’s biggest pension fund posted a record loss after a global equity rout last quarter pummeled an asset class that made up about half of its investments. [more...]
Bloomberg: Deutsche Bank's Slump Deepens as Trading Hit Hurts Revenue
Deutsche Bank AG’s revenue contracted for an eighth straight quarter in the final months of last year, complicating Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing’s plan to turn around the lender through cost cutting. [more...]
Bloomberg: Citi Drops Buy-Treasuries Trade on Potential Oil-Price Spike
The risk of higher oil prices -- and thus inflation -- from the deteriorating political situation in Venezuela has prompted Citigroup Inc. to cut its trading buy recommendation on Treasuries. [more...]
Bloomberg: In Venezuela, the Black-Market Price of Dollars Is Lower Than the Official Rate
Even in the upside-down, topsy turvy world that is Venezuela, where dueling presidents reign and cash has become so worthless it doubles as confetti, this one is pretty weird: The going black-market price to buy dollars is lower than in the officially sanctioned government market. [more...]
Reuters: Fed policy turn not good news for Trump as risks mount
The Federal Reserve’s policy twist on Wednesday might seem just what the White House ordered, with a hold put on what President Donald Trump termed “loco” interest rate hikes, and an openness to ending the monthly runoff of up to $50 billion from the U.S. central bank’s balance sheet. [more...]
CNBC: Deutsche Bank swings to first full-year net profit since 2014
Deutsche Bank posted its first full-year net profit since 2014 on Friday, despite a weak fourth quarter, amid growing merger speculation and a series of uphill struggles. [more...]
CNBC: Another number paints a bleak picture of manufacturing in China
A private survey on China's manufacturing sector showed on Friday that factory activity contracted more-than-expected in January — confirming views that the world's second-largest economy started the new year on soft footing. [more...]
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