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Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Decline on Trade Spat as Fed Awaited: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia dropped as investors mulled pessimistic signs for U.S.-China trade talks alongside a mixed set of corporate earnings ahead of the Federal Reserve’s long-awaited interest-rate cut. [more...]
Bloomberg: Capital One Says Breach Hit 100 Million Individuals in U.S.
Capital One Financial Corp. said data from about 100 million people in the U.S. was illegally accessed after prosecutors accused a Seattle woman identified by Amazon.com Inc. as one of its former cloud service employees of breaking into the bank’s server. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Fall Ahead of Fed Decision; Treasuries Rise: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks fell amid a mixed bag of corporate earnings and growing speculation a trade deal with China remains elusive. Treasuries edged lower as the Federal Reserve began deliberating on the path for interest rates. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trump Lashes Out at China ‘Rip Off’ as Trade Talks Resume
President Donald Trump lashed out at China for what he said is its unwillingness to buy American agricultural products and said it continues to “rip off” the U.S., just as the two nations resumed negotiations in Shanghai following a three-month breakup. [more...]
Bloomberg: China's Profit Warnings Signal More Gloom for the Economy
For anyone checking the health of China’s economy, corporate earnings are providing the latest bad news. Of the more than 1,600 firms to give first-half guidance, 40% have predicted a drop in earnings from a year earlier, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. [more...]
Bloomberg: Hong Kong Stocks Slump as Tropical Storm Threatens to Close Market Early
There was no shortage of reasons for traders to sell Hong Kong equities Wednesday: another night of street protests, a bleak warning on the economy by the government, and an approaching storm that may force the exchange to shut trading early. [more...]
Bloomberg: Tim Cook Confirms Apple’s Credit Card Will Launch in August
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook confirmed on the company’s third-quarter earnings call that the upcoming Apple Card is launching in August. Bloomberg News reported earlier this month the card would launch in the first half of the month. [more...]
Bloomberg: If U.S. Intervenes in FX, Even Dollar Bears Say to Buy the Dip
Here’s one thing dollar bulls and bears can agree on: In the unlikely event that the U.S. intervenes to weaken its currency, it’d be a good time to buy. President Donald Trump said Friday that he hasn’t ruled out taking action to cheapen the greenback, and that a strong dollar makes it “harder to compete.” [more...]
Bloomberg: Asia’s Best Bond Rallies at Risk of Pricing in Too Much Easing
The global hunt for yield has led to a surge in demand for Indian and Indonesian bonds this year, but some money managers have begun to warn the trade is getting risky. [more...]
Reuters: U.S., China meet for trade talks as Trump talks tough
Top U.S. and Chinese trade officials met in Shanghai on Wednesday for talks in a bid to end a year-long trade war, despite low expectations for progress and combative remarks from U.S. President Donald Trump. [more...]
Reuters: Trade war keeps China's factories in reverse gear for third month
China’s factory activity shrank for the third month in a row in July, an official survey showed, underlining the growing strains on the world’s second-biggest economy as the Sino-U.S. trade war hits business profits, confidence and investment. [more...]
CNBC: Samsung shares tumble after the company says its second-quarter profit fell 56%
Samsung Electronics said Wednesday that profits for the three months that ended June more than halved from a year earlier due to falling memory chip prices. [more...]
CNBC: Apple rises on earnings beat
Apple reported earnings for its June quarter on Tuesday that were above expectations, and the company’s revenue returned to growth after two straight down quarters. The stock rose more than 4% in after-hours trading. [more...]
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