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Bloomberg: Stocks Drop on Growth Woes; Treasury Yields Slip: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks declined on renewed concern about a global economic slowdown and an escalation in trade tensions. Ten-year Treasury yields edged back below 2.50 percent. [more...]
Bloomberg: IMF Cuts Global Growth Outlook to Lowest Pace Since Crisis
The International Monetary Fund cut its outlook for global growth to the lowest since the financial crisis amid a bleaker outlook in most major advanced economies and signs that higher tariffs are weighing on trade. [more...]
Bloomberg: Hong Kong Overtakes Japan as World's Third Largest Stock Market
The city’s equity market has overtaken Japan to be the world’s third largest in value, behind only the U.S. and mainland China, courtesy of a rebound in Hong Kong stocks after their worst year since 2011. [more...]
Bloomberg: Japan Shares' Silver Lining as IMF Slashes Outlook
Anxieties over the pace of global growth are once again weighing on the minds of investors after the International Monetary Fund slashed its outlook for the world economy to the lowest level since the financial crisis. [more...]
Bloomberg: Uber Seeks About $10 Billion in Year’s Biggest IPO
Investors could get their first look at hundreds of pages of detailed information about Uber Technologies Inc. as soon as Thursday, as the ride-hailing giant gears up to publicly file for an initial public offering. [more...]
Bloomberg: Italy's Government Forecast Has the Economy Effectively Stagnating This Year
The Italian government’s gloomy outlook for its economy was confirmed on Tuesday, with new forecasts predicting almost no growth this year. After a meeting in Rome, the Cabinet cut its target for growth this year to just 0.2 percent. [more...]
Bloomberg: ECB Stays on Alert as Dangers Accumulate: Decision Day Guide
European Central Bank policy makers have every reason to remain cautious about the region’s economy as they meet on Wednesday. The U.S. has thrown out a fresh tariff threat, Italy’s government has almost given up on growth this year, and Brexit remains unresolved with a crunch point approaching. [more...]
Bloomberg: `Barbell' Strategy Is Best as Volatility Set to Climb, DBS Says
Volatility is likely to rise in the months ahead, and the best way to be prepared is to take concentrated bets at both ends of the risk spectrum, according to DBS Group Holdings Ltd. [more...]
Reuters: Asian stocks retreat from eight-month high as Trump opens new trade war front
European shares were poised to begin lower, with Britain’s FTSE futures dipping 0.1 percent and Germany’s DAX futures inching down 0.02 percent. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dropped 0.1 percent, a day after it hit its highest since Aug. 1. [more...]
Reuters: Boeing shareholders sue over 737 MAX crashes, disclosures
Boeing Co’s legal troubles grew on Tuesday as a new lawsuit accused the company of defrauding shareholders by concealing safety deficiencies in its 737 MAX planes before two fatal crashes led to their worldwide grounding. [more...]
CNBC: IMF cuts 2019 growth outlook again, says risks are ‘skewed to the downside’
The International Monetary Fund again reduced its global economic growth forecast for 2019 on Tuesday, citing risks like increasing trade tensions and tighter monetary policy by the Federal Reserve. [more...]
CNBC: HSBC predicts China’s 2019 GDP will soar past others’ estimates
China’s stimulus-boosted private sector is on track to lead the economy to a “self-sustained recovery” that could see growth hit 6.6 percent this year, according to HSBC. [more...]
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