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Bloomberg: Stocks Advance on Fresh Trade Hopes; Yields Rise: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia bounced with U.S. and European equity futures Wednesday after a report that the U.S. and China have ironed out most of their differences in trade negotiations. Treasury yields rose back to 2.5 percent. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bitcoin Surges as Cryptocurrency Market Suddenly Springs to Life
An abrupt surge in Bitcoin sent the world’s most popular cryptocurrency to the highest level since November, jolting the $160 billion market for digital assets after three months of calm. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.K.’s May Seeks Deal With Labour to Break Brexit ‘Logjam’
Shortly after midday Wednesday, Theresa May will have a good idea whether her attempt to save her Brexit deal has any chance of success. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump Called Powell in March as Stocks Slid Amid Growth Worries
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell received a call from President Donald Trump on March 8 as concerns that day about the U.S. job market helped send stocks to their biggest weekly drop of the year. [more...]
Bloomberg: BlackRock Shuffle: A Guide to Its Latest Leadership Overhaul
BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest asset manager with $6 trillion, announced a slew of changes among its ranks Tuesday. The shifts come as the New York-based firm works to bolster its reach globally and in businesses beyond index funds. [more...]
Bloomberg: This Time Is Different for the Yield Curve? They Said That Last Time
“This time is different.”. That famous line, which mutual-fund legend Sir John Templeton once called “among the four most costly words in the annals of investing,” is back in fashion these days when it comes to the Treasury yield curve. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bitcoin Hits Fresh 2019 High as Sudden Rally Shows Staying Power
Cryptocurrency traders may not know what caused the abrupt surge in Bitcoin on Tuesday, but they’re going along for the ride anyway.
The biggest virtual currency climbed to a fresh 2019 high on Wednesday, building on a spike yesterday that many market participants struggled to explain. [more...]
Reuters: Trump administration stands behind Fed nominee Moore: aide
The Trump administration is maintaining support for prospective Federal Reserve nominee Stephen Moore following reports the conservative commentator has had legal problems, a White House adviser said on Tuesday. [more...]
Reuters: Brent approaches $70 as oil prices rise for fourth day
Oil prices rose for a fourth day on Wednesday, with support from OPEC-led supply cuts and U.S. sanctions overshadowing an industry report showing an unexpected rise in U.S. inventories last week. [more...]
CNBC: US and China are reportedly drawing closer to a final trade agreement
American and Chinese officials negotiating a trade deal have resolved most of the outstanding issues but are still haggling over how to implement and enforce such an agreement, the Financial Times reported late Tuesday. [more...]
CNBC: Goldman analysts believe these stocks will surge more than 60% in the next year and one will double
Goldman Sachs on Tuesday updated clients on the stocks its analysts believe have the most upside and downside potential in the next 12 months. [more...]
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