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Bloomberg: Stocks in Asia Stall; Aussie at Three-Month Low: Markets Wrap
Gains in Asian equities stalled at recent highs, while optimism in the world economy and encouraging earnings reports buoyed the dollar and bond yields. The Australian dollar sunk to its lowest since July after inflation data damped the outlook for higher interest rates. [more...]
Bloomberg: Best Carry Trades Lose Appeal as Interest Rates in Focus
The emerging-market currencies that posted the top carry-trade returns this year aren’t necessarily the best bets for the final two months of 2017. [more...]
Bloomberg: China's Xi Promotes No Clear Heir, Opening Door to Stay in Power For Decades
Chinese President Xi Jinping unveiled a new leadership line-up that included no clear potential heirs, breaking with a quarter-century-old succession system and raising the chances that he might seek to stay in office beyond 2022. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bitcoin Is Paying Out Dividends Now - Just Not to Everyone
On top of stupendous capital gains, investors in bitcoin are also getting a dividend -- if they’re lucky. [more...]
Bloomberg: There's Now a Cryptocurrency Fund-of-Funds
Just a year ago there were hardly any dedicated cryptocurrency funds, now investment in the sector has mushroomed enough that the first funds-of-funds are emerging. [more...]
Bloomberg: Loonie Underpriced in Big Banks’ Eyes as 2017 Hike Risk Remains
Wednesday’s Bank of Canada meeting is set to revive a six-month surge in the loonie that’s stalled in recent weeks, according to the country’s biggest lenders. That’s good news for speculators who remain near the most bullish on the currency since 2012. [more...]
Bloomberg: HSBC Trader’s Conviction Will Echo in $5 Trillion FX Market
Global currency traders and compliance officers who monitor them were put on high alert after a New York jury convicted a former HSBC Holdings Plc executive of fraud for front-running a large client order. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares edge up, Nikkei aims for 17th straight gain
Asian shares edged higher on Wednesday, while U.S. Treasury yields and the dollar got a lift following a report that Republican senators were leaning towards John Taylor to be the next Federal Reserve chief. [more...]
Reuters: Oil hovers near four-week high on Saudi pledge to end glut
Oil prices were largely steady on Wednesday, hovering near a four-week high hit a day earlier after top exporter Saudi Arabia said it was determined to end a supply glut. [more...]
CNBC: The Nikkei 225 is posting its longest win streak ever — here's why
The Nikkei 225 has been on a tear, closing higher for a record-breaking 16th straight session and setting a fresh 21-year high on Tuesday. [more...]
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