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Bloomberg: Stocks Advance as Profits, China Data Ease Worries: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia kicked off the week on a mostly positive note after earnings and Chinese economic data eased concerns about a slowdown in global growth, leaving the region’s shares on course for a fresh six-month high. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump Slams Fed Again, Says Stocks Should Be 5,000-10,000 Higher
President Donald Trump, renewing his attack on the Federal Reserve, claimed the stock market would be “5000 to 10,000” points higher had it not been for the actions of the U.S. central bank. [more...]
Bloomberg: Why Japan’s 10-Day Break Has Markets Worried
Japan’s extended spring vacation, when a series of national holidays bunch up, is known as “Golden Week.” This year adds the May 1 accession of the new emperor, Crown Prince Naruhito, to the mix. [more...]
Bloomberg: The $18 Billion Electric-Car Bubble at Risk of Bursting in China
An iPhone assembler, e-commerce emporium and real-estate developer typically don’t compete in the same business -- except when it comes to electric vehicles in China. [more...]
Bloomberg: Another Warning Is Flashing on Asia's 12% Stock-Market Rally
keptics watching Asia’s double-digit stock market growth this year just got some data to help their case: equity ETF inflows have dwindled. [more...]
Bloomberg: Morgan Stanley Sees Two Big Reasons Low Volatility Won't Last
A combination of low liquidity and high complacency mean cross-asset volatility won’t stay at historic lows for much longer, according to Morgan Stanley. [more...]
Bloomberg: The U.S. Doesn’t Need a New Trade Deal With Japan
U.S. and Japanese officials will meet in Washington this week to begin negotiating one of those “best-ever” trade deals President Donald Trump keeps promising. This may not be possible and wouldn’t even have been necessary, if the president had not summarily withdrawn from the Trans-Pacific Partnership in his first week. [more...]
Bloomberg: Brexit Can-Kicking Leaves Pound Prospects in Suspended Animation
Pound analysts are struggling to find reasons to be optimistic even after the immediate threat of a no-deal Brexit was lifted. [more...]
Reuters: Exclusive: U.S. waters down demand China ax subsidies in push for trade deal - sources
U.S. negotiators have tempered demands that China curb industrial subsidies as a condition for a trade deal after strong resistance from Beijing, according to two sources briefed on discussions, marking a retreat on a core U.S. objective for the trade talks. [more...]
Reuters: UK economy leans on consumers as Brexit drags on business
Moving slowly in the fog of Brexit and slowing global growth, Britain’s economy is increasingly reliant on consumers and their spending as business investment and exports fade. [more...]
CNBC: Huawei is ‘open’ to selling 5G chips to Apple for iPhones, marking a big shift in strategy
Huawei is “open” to selling high-speed 5G chips and other silicon to rival smartphone maker Apple, marking a significant shift in the Chinese tech giant’s thinking toward its own intellectual property. [more...]
CNBC: Adidas may have underestimated Tiger’s ability to come back — this private equity firm could win big as a result
A few years ago, Adidas was struggling to find much interest in its TaylorMade golf clubs. After Tiger Woods’ historic Masters win on Sunday, it may want them back. [more...]
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