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Bloomberg: Stock Market Nerves Remain High, Volatility Futures Curve Shows
Despite this year’s fall in equity volatility, the futures market indicates traders don’t believe the calm will last, according to Commerzbank AG. Volatility futures in both the U.S. and Europe remain above their historical averages in shorter-term contracts, strategists Alexander Kraemer and Matthias Bausch wrote in a note Monday. [more...]
Bloomberg: Global Stocks Trade Mixed; Dollar Pushes Higher: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks traded mixed Tuesday with little direction after a muted session in Europe and a U.S. holiday. The dollar edged higher and Treasury yields steadied. [more...]
Bloomberg: Global Car Markets Are in Reverse. Trump Is Making It Worse
The tariffs that President Donald Trump may impose on vehicles imported to the U.S. would be just the latest kick in the teeth for carmakers battling cooling markets across the planet. [more...]
Bloomberg: Huawei Founder Says U.S. Can't Crush the Company, BBC Reports
Huawei Technologies Co.’s founder Ren Zhengfei said "there’s no way the U.S. can crush us," according to an interview he gave to BBC. "The world cannot leave us because we are more advanced. Even if they persuade more countries not to use us temporarily, we can always scale things down a bit," he said. [more...]
Bloomberg: Goldman Sachs Is Getting More Bang From Japan's M&A Spree
Japan Inc.’s record acquisition spree is proving to be better news for overseas investment banks than for their home-grown rivals. [more...]
Bloomberg: Turkey Cuts the Amount of Cash Banks Need to Hold
Turkey cut the amount of cash lenders are required to hold in reserves for the first time in six months as the central bank tries to rouse credit growth without signaling a more drastic change in its tight policy stance. [more...]
Reuters: New round of U.S.-China trade talks to begin in Washington on Tuesday
A new round of talks between the United States and China to resolve their trade war will take place in Washington on Tuesday, with follow-up sessions at a higher level later in the week, the White House said on Monday. [more...]
Reuters: British supermarkets battle to secure stocks as chaotic Brexit looms
Britons could face shortages of fresh food, price rises and less variety if the country leaves the European Union next month without agreeing trade terms, food industry officials say. [more...]
CNBC: Europe's largest bank, HSBC, misses expectations in 2018 earnings
HSBC, Europe's largest bank, on Tuesday delivered a financial report card that missed expectations on several fronts following a challenging fourth-quarter when markets globally experienced a sharp sell-off and reduced activity. [more...]
CNBC: It's looking like a US-China trade deal is near — and Beijing will get everything it wanted
China's government negotiators are famously tough. For one example, Russia and China came to their first border agreements in the early part of the 18th century — but the final settlement was reached only in the late 1990s, with Russian negotiators describing their Chinese counterparts as "tough and unemotional" arm-twisters. [more...]
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