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Bloomberg: Stocks Retreat as Volumes Thin; Treasuries Gain: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks pulled back from a six-month high Thursday on lower than average volumes after the latest batch of corporate earnings did little to boost their U.S. counterparts. Treasuries climbed alongside the yen. [more...]
Bloomberg: Health Stocks Crumble as Fears of ‘Medicare for All’ Snowball
Politics can be an ugly business. Health-care politics, especially so. Health-care companies that get mixed up in politics? That was $28 billion worth of ugly on Tuesday, and the stock market damage continued on Wednesday. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Cult Japanese Retailer Making Billions Breaking All the Rules
Entering a branch of Don Quijote, the ubiquitous Japanese discount chain, can be a jarring experience. At the entrance of every location is an array of exotic fish that would put many pet stores to shame. [more...]
Bloomberg: The World's Most Miserable Economy Has Seven-Figure Inflation
Inflation that’s projected to reach an eyeball-popping 8 million percent this year has left Venezuela saddled with the title of the world’s most miserable economy. [more...]
Bloomberg: Champions League Upset Costs Juventus $453 Million
Shares of Juventus Football Club S.p.A. plummeted as much as 24 percent Wednesday, the most since the stock started trading in December 2001, after the Italian team was knocked out of Europe’s elite club competition by the Dutch outsiders. The Amsterdam-based club’s stock soared. [more...]
Bloomberg: China's King of Debt Has a $35 Billion Fortune, Lots of Doubters
Donald Trump once called himself the “king of debt.’’ Hui Ka Yan, China’s richest property mogul, has a much stronger claim to the throne. No one has gotten wealthier on the back of a corporate borrowing binge than Hui. His junk-rated China Evergrande Group is not only the nation’s most indebted developer, it also has the highest leverage among companies underlying the world’s largest fortunes. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares slip from nine-month high, European PMIs in focus
Asian shares dipped on Thursday amid subdued trade after losses on Wall Street and some profit-taking ahead of a long Easter weekend. [more...]
Reuters: French President Macron hopes to rebuild Notre-Dame in five years
President Emmanuel Macron pledged on Tuesday that France would rebuild the fire-devastated Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, saying he hoped the work would be done in five years and the French people would pull together to repair their national symbol. [more...]
CNBC: A viral outbreak in China might make dinner more expensive for everyone
Pork prices in China may soar by more than 70% by next year, as hog populations — ravaged by the African swine fever virus — plunge to “historically low” levels. Production levels could recover only by 2021 or later, experts say. [more...]
CNBC: Samsung’s $2,000 folding phone is breaking for some users after two days
Samsung’s $1,980 Galaxy Fold phone is breaking for some users after a day or two of use. A review unit given to CNBC by Samsung is also completely unusable after just two days of use. [more...]
Currency Strength Indicators
The currency strength meter gives you a quick visual guide to which currencies are currently strong, and which ones are weak. The meter measures the strength of all forex cross pairs and applies calculations on them to determine the overall strength for each individual currency. For example, if EUR is strong and USD is weak, it could mean that the currency pair EURUSD could be going up. If both currencies are strong or weak it is better to avoid since it will probably means there is no clear direction for the specific pair.
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