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Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Mixed as Chinese Shares, Bonds Tumble: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks were mixed as investors continued to digest earnings, while bond and currency markets awaited an announcement on who will helm the Federal Reserve. [more...]
Bloomberg: Biggest Stock Collapse in World History Has No End in Sight
Ten years after PetroChina peaked on its first day of trading in Shanghai, the state-owned energy producer has lost about $800 billion of market value -- a sum large enough to buy every listed company in Italy, or circle the Earth 31 times with $100 bills. [more...]
Bloomberg: Analysts See Deleveraging Concerns Behind China's Equity Selloff
Liquidity concerns sparked Monday’s tumble in Chinese equities, according to strategists, who pointed to surging bond yields, the nation’s ongoing deleveraging campaign and an acceleration in IPO approvals as reasons for the declines. [more...]
Bloomberg: HSBC's Asia Push Bearing Fruit for Gulliver Before Hand-Off
HSBC Holdings Plc’s pivot to Asia is bearing fruit, helping the bank post its third consecutive increase in quarterly revenue just months before Chief Executive Officer Stuart Gulliver hands the reins to his successor John Flint. [more...]
Bloomberg: Brexit’s Retail Mess: You Can’t Move a Supermarket to Frankfurt
Banks can hightail it from the U.K. For retailers threatened by Brexit, it’s not so easy -- they’ve got to stay put even if a disorderly departure from the European Union clogs trade routes and empties store shelves. [more...]
Bloomberg: Brexit-Vexed Pound May Need More Than a Rate Increase to Rebound
The Bank of England may raise interest rates this week for the first time in more than a decade, but that won’t be enough to buoy the pound, strategists say. [more...]
Reuters: Asia shares get tech boost from Apple, crude near two-year high
Asian shares climbed on Monday, as technology stocks were bolstered by solid earnings from U.S. stalwarts and on strong pre-orders for Apple’s iPhone X, while oil hovered around a 2-year peak on concerns of tightening supplies. [more...]
Reuters: As Trump tax comes to floor, failure could spell stocks selloff
Investors are increasingly pricing in the effect of a corporate tax cut into the shares of U.S. companies, leaving the market primed for a steep sell-off if the Republican-controlled Congress fails to pass one of President Donald Trump’s top priorities. [more...]
CNBC: HSBC reports third quarter pre-tax profit of $4.6 billion, up from $843 million a year ago
HSBC, Europe's largest bank, said Monday its pre-tax profit jumped 448 percent year-on-year in the three-months ended September. [more...]
CNBC: Amazon and Alphabet crushed earnings. What will be the next breakout tech company?
Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft and Intel topped earnings expectations when the companies reported their quarterly results after the market close on Thursday. [more...]
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