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Bloomberg: Pound Plunges as Traders Confront Possibility of No-Deal Brexit
The pound had its worst day in two months as traders suddenly awoke to the prospect of a no-deal Brexit.
Sterling plunged as much 1.5 percent against the dollar Thursday as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May gambled on getting her plan over the line with just over a week to go before the exit. [more...]
Bloomberg: Asia Stocks Mixed, Bond Yields Hit Lowest in Years: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks were mixed, while bond yields slumped to multi-year lows as investors assess prospects for the end of monetary-policy normalization by major central banks. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Close at Five-Month High on Dovish Fed Turn: Markets Wrap
U.S. equities reached a five-month high as investors reacted to a dovish lurch by policy makers in the world’s largest economy. The dollar rebounded after a four-day skid, while government bonds stabilized. West Texas crude and gold declined. [more...]
Bloomberg: EU Gives May Another Two Weeks to Avoid a No-Deal Brexit
European Union leaders staved off the threat of the U.K. crashing out of the bloc without a deal next Friday by giving Theresa May an extra two weeks to work out what to do. [more...]
Bloomberg: Deutsche Bank Vows to End Shrinking While Warning of Markets
Deutsche Bank AG pledged to reverse years of declining revenue while cautioning that the market environment so far is weaker than it had anticipated. [more...]
Bloomberg: Brexit Cliff Edge Is Already Real for Some People
From their gray office block above a shopping center in the English city of Leeds, the 200 or so debt advisers get a very different view of the U.K. to the one portrayed by government ministers and central bankers. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fed's New Abnormal Marks a Watershed Moment in a Low-Rate World
Six months ago, U.S. central bankers thought they’d soon be returning to the days of on-target inflation, full employment and interest rates that, while lower than in decades past, would still need to rise into growth-restricting territory to keep things on track. [more...]
Bloomberg: ECB’s ‘Remarkable’ Formula Suggests More Easing Necessary
A policy formula the European Central Bank recently described as “remarkable” is suggesting it needs to ease monetary policy once again. [more...]
Reuters: U.S. corporate breakups could be catalyst to change Dow index
Shake-ups come infrequently for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, but some degree of change may be in the works for the stock index as two of its 30 constituents prepare to transform from large conglomerates into smaller companies. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares hold near 6-1/2-month high, fresh Sino-U.S. trade talks awaited
Asian shares held near 6-1/2-month highs on Friday after upbeat U.S. data and optimism in the tech sector helped calm some of the jitters sparked by the Federal Reserve’s cautious outlook on the world’s biggest economy. [more...]
CNBC: As Brexit remains in limbo, Yale’s Stephen Roach says the ‘imperfect’ EU may not survive
As U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May presses on to take Britain out of the European Union, one leading economist raised questions about the viability of the single political and economic bloc. [more...]
CNBC: Indonesian airline Garuda is canceling its order for 49 Boeing 737 Max jets
Airline Garuda Indonesia said Friday it is requesting a cancellation to its current order for 49 Boeing 737 Max jets. Newswires Reuters and AFP both reported the company’s plans. [more...]
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