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Bloomberg: Investors Scramble for Liras as Turkish Swap Rates Touch 1,000%
Investors dumped Turkish bonds and stocks on Wednesday after the nation orchestrated a currency crunch to prevent the lira from sliding days before an election that will test support for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s rule. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Slide Again as Bond-Yield Drop Stokes Worry: Markets Wrap
Stocks declined again across much of Asia as the precipitous decline in developed-market sovereign bond yields continued to unnerve investors about the economic outlook. [more...]
Bloomberg: Apple Dodges One Import Ban in Qualcomm Fight, Faces Another
Qualcomm Inc. has fired multiple legal shots at Apple Inc. aiming to use patents to get an import ban on the iPhone. In separate rulings Tuesday, one hit and one missed. [more...]
Bloomberg: Infected U.S. Shale Oil Is Being Turned Away by Asian Buyers
The complex web of U.S. pipelines, tanks and export terminals that’s helped make America the world’s top oil producer is causing a headache for some crude buyers. [more...]
Bloomberg: Ex-Goldman Trader's Hedge Fund Is Said to Return Clients' Cash
One of Asia’s best known hedge-fund managers is returning investors’ money and turning his firm into a family office, according to people familiar with the matter. [more...]
Bloomberg: Global Bond Markets Go ‘Mad’ as Everything Rallies at Once
Whether you call it “Japanification,” a dash for safety or a bet on the Fed’s new normal, bond bulls are charging into some of the most notorious corners of developed debt markets. [more...]
Bloomberg: Australia's Property Slump Drives Biggest Wealth Drop in 7 Years
Australia’s slumping property and stock markets have driven the biggest decline in household wealth in seven years, underscoring pressure on the central bank to resume cutting interest rates. [more...]
Bloomberg: China's Li Sees Sound Economy at Home, Risk of Downturn Abroad
Premier Li Keqiang said China’s domestic economy showed signs of stability amid targeted stimulus support, although new threats were arising from weakness in global demand. [more...]
Bloomberg: Contagion Fears Return as Turkey Keeps Investors Trapped in Lira
The most vulnerable corners of emerging markets are bracing for turbulence as Turkey’s stand-off with investors begins to test the nerves of traders. [more...]
Reuters: Exclusive: China makes unprecedented proposals on tech, trade talks progress - U.S. officials
China has made unprecedented proposals in talks with the United States on a range of issues including forced technology transfer as the two sides work to overcome remaining obstacles to a deal to end their protracted trade war, U.S. officials told Reuters on Wednesday. [more...]
Reuters: Bond yields keep falling, stocks try to steady
Global bond yields continued to spiral lower in Asia on Thursday as recession fears fed expectations of more policy easing by major central banks, though some share markets in the region did manage to steady after an early sell off. [more...]
CNBC: Elon Musk just sent his second email this month to employees explaining Tesla’s store closure plan
Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent his second email to employees in a month to clear up confusion around its store closures, according to a copy of the memo viewed by CNBC. [more...]
CNBC: Boeing unveils 737 Max fixes, says planes are safer
Boeing previewed its software fix, cockpit alerts and additional pilot training for its 737 Max planes on Wednesday, saying the changes improve the safety of the aircraft which has been involved in two deadly crashes since October. [more...]
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