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CNBC: Goldman Sachs and UBS execs warn: Markets are ‘overpricing’ Fed rate cuts
Investors are getting too far ahead of themselves in expectations for the Federal Reserve to cut rates, according to a pair of top bankers at UBS and Goldman Sachs. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Mixed as Mexico Tensions Sap Risk Appetite: Markets Wrap
Stocks traded mixed in Asia as discussions between the Trump administration and Mexican officials on tariffs ended Wednesday without agreement, putting a dampener on investor sentiment. The yen edged up. [more...]
Bloomberg: Amazon Unveils Futuristic Helicopter-Plane Hybrid Drone for Deliveries
Amazon.com Inc. has unveiled a revolutionary new drone -- part helicopter and part science-fiction aircraft -- that the company expects to use for test deliveries of toothpaste and other household goods starting within months. [more...]
Bloomberg: Boeing Is in Talks for a Megadeal That the Trade War Could Derail
Boeing Co. has been negotiating one of the largest orders ever of wide-body jetliners with Chinese airlines even as tensions between Washington and Beijing escalate, say people familiar with the talks. [more...]
Bloomberg: China's PBOC Injects $72 Billion to Roll Over Medium-Term Funds
China’s central bank added 500 billion yuan ($72 billion) to the financial system, more than offsetting the medium-term loans that were maturing Thursday. [more...]
Bloomberg: South Africa Turns Unlikely Haven as Gold's Rally Boosts Stocks
Donald Trump’s trade offensives against China, Europe and Mexico may be driving the global markets into a frenzy, but the uncertainty is just the fix South Africa’s gold-miner stocks needed. [more...]
Bloomberg: Young Britons Barred From Better Jobs by High Housing Costs
High housing rents are stunting career prospects and damaging productivity by making it hard for young Britons to move to better-paying parts of the country, according to the Resolution Foundation. [more...]
Bloomberg: S&P 500 Index Futures Fall After No Agreement on Mexico Tariff
U.S. stock-index futures dropped after officials failed to negotiate a deal to avert President Donald Trump’s threat to impose tariffs on Mexico. Trump said talks would resume Thursday. [more...]
Reuters: Weapon of choice? China rare earth prices soar on their potential role in trade war
Reuters: Global shares subdued as trade risk sours rate hopes
Share markets were in a muted mood on Thursday as fears the U.S. trade tussle with Mexico would further depress global growth warred with wagers central banks would have to respond with fresh stimulus. [more...]
CNBC: The European Central Bank meets as inflation cools and trade tensions heat up
The European Central Bank (ECB) announced its easy-money exit strategy one year ago. But twelve months on, the world couldn’t look more different. [more...]
CNBC: Here’s how high the price of oil could go if conflict broke out with Iran
Oil is in the crosshairs as the prospect of confrontation brews between the U.S. and Iran. At least, that’s how Iranian officials would have it. [more...]
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