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Bloomberg: Pound Slides as BOE Rate Hike Looks to Be the Last for Now
The pound slumped as the Bank of England raised interest rates for the first time in a decade and signaled that another increase isn’t imminent. Sterling fell for a second day against the dollar, 10-year gilts rallied and the FTSE-100 Index extended its gains. (more...)
Bloomberg: Asia Stocks Trade Mixed as Apple Suppliers Rise: Markets Wrap
Equities in Asia were mixed as investors assessed the latest news on U.S. tax-cut plans and looked ahead to Friday’s American jobs report. The Australian dollar took a hit and bond yields headed lower after retail sales data raised doubts about the strength of the economy. (more...)
Bloomberg: Blankfein Says Don’t Dismiss Bitcoin
While the Goldman Sachs Group Inc. chief executive officer says he isn’t willing to reject the digital currency just yet and doesn’t hold any investments in the digital coin, he can see a world in which bitcoin is a form of currency. (more...)
Bloomberg: $5.2B Hong Kong Tower Sale Points to China Turning the Money Tap Back On
The record HK$40.2 billion ($5.2 billion) sale of a Hong Kong office tower to a consortium led by a Chinese state company is fueling optimism that more money will flow from the mainland despite the government focus on controlling outflows. (more...)
Bloomberg: What's Next for China Markets Now Xi Jinping's Party Is Over
The party’s over, let the games begin. China watchers had long suspected that Beijing would be more tolerant of bigger market moves after the Communist Party’s once-in-five-years congress ended last week -- but the ferocity of the selloff in bonds and stocks took analysts by surprise. (more...)
Bloomberg: Exxon Is Spending $1 Billion a Year to Research Green Energy
One of the world’s biggest oil companies is pumping more than $1 billion a year into alternative forms of energy from algae engineered to bloom into biofuels and cells that turn emissions into electricity. (more...)
Bloomberg: One of the Biggest Bitcoin Bulls on Wall Street Just Turned Cautious
Fundstrat Global Advisors head of research Thomas J. Lee, who previously called for bitcoin to hit $6,000 by the middle of 2018 and $25,000 by 2022, has turned cautious after the recent rally "on contemporaneous fundamentals." (more...)
Reuters: Trump taps Fed centrist Powell to lead U.S. central bank
President Donald Trump on Thursday tapped Fed Governor Jerome Powell to become head of the U.S. central bank, breaking with precedent by denying Janet Yellen a second term but signaling a continuation of her cautious monetary policies. (more...)
Reuters: U.S. job growth seen surging after storm-related disruptions
U.S. job growth likely rebounded sharply in October after hurricane-related disruptions depressed employment in September, in a move that could seal the case for an interest rate increase from the Federal Reserve in December even as wage growth probably slowed. (more...)
CNBC: Apple roars back to growth in China
Apple reported quarterly earnings on Thursday. The company said revenue in China was $9.8 billion during the fourth fiscal quarter, up 12 percent year over year and up 22 percent sequentially. (more...)
CNBC: China: We're the world's 'new role model,' and Trump needs to prove he can be 'constructive'
China is calling for constructive dialogue and negotiations ahead of the President Donald Trump's visit to Beijing next week as the world's second-largest economy balances practical diplomacy with its own growing assertiveness. (more...)
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