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Bloomberg: Pound Slides as Johnson Threatens Election Ahead of Key Vote
The pound slumped to a level not seen in more than two-and-a-half years after U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed to call a snap election if he lost a crucial vote in parliament on Tuesday evening. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: Pound Falls as Investors Brace for Brexit Fight or Snap Election
The pound fell to the lowest level in three weeks as a showdown between U.K. lawmakers over Brexit loomed large.
Sterling was the worst performer among its Group-of-10 peers as Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatened to kick out Conservative lawmakers who vote to block a no-deal Brexit, with his allies even raising the prospect of a snap election. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Futures Drop on Trade Doubts; Pound Slides: Markets Wrap
U.S. futures extended declines and most Asian stocks outside Japan fell in thin trading Tuesday as investors await news on any schedule for trade talks. The pound hit the lowest level since 2017 amid deepening U.K. political tensions. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: Saudis Replace Aramco Chair With Wealth Fund Boss Before IPO
Saudi Arabia removed Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih from his position as Chairman of Saudi Aramco, the second time his role has been scaled back in less than a week, as the government prepares to sell shares in the state-owned oil company. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: Dorian Winds Weaken But Storm ‘Won’t Budge’ From the Bahamas
Hurricane Dorian is continuing to bash the Bahamas but its winds are weakening as the storm widens out, and forecasters are looking for signs it’s ready to turn north on a run up the U.S. East Coast rather than slamming head on into Florida. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: China, U.S. Struggle to Set Meeting as Tariffs Erode Trust
Chinese and U.S. officials are struggling to agree on the schedule for a planned meeting this month to continue trade talks after Washington rejected Beijing’s request to delay tariffs that took effect over the weekend, according to people familiar with the discussions. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: The World’s Factories Are Stalling as Tariff Pain Spreads
The world’s manufacturing powerhouses sent a simple message on Monday: They’re in the doldrums and could be there for a while. A day after the U.S. and China put more tariffs on each other, key gauges for activity in August across Asia and Europe confirmed the trade war’s deepening bite. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: European Space Agency Satellite Veers to Avoid SpaceX Collision
Three months after Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. launched the first set of what will be a broadband-providing constellation of satellites, other operators are already veering to keep their own spacecraft out of harm’s way. [Read more...]
Reuters: Stocks slip on tariffs, Argentina hit by capital controls
U.S. stock futures dove on Monday after Washington and Beijing placed new taxes on each other’s goods, while Argentina imposed capital controls and cast a new spotlight on emerging-market risks. [Read more...]
Reuters: Sterling falls before Brexit vote, euro down on rate outlook
Sterling neared its weakest against the U.S. dollar in more than two years on Tuesday amid mounting uncertainty as British lawmakers prepared to vote on the first stage of a plan to block Prime Minister Boris Johnson from pursuing a no-deal Brexit. [Read more...]
CNBC: It’s up to Trump to break the standstill in US-China trade war, says advisor to Beijing
It’s up to U.S. President Donald Trump to end the stalemate in the trade war and reach a deal with China, said Wang Huiyao, an advisor to the Beijing government. [Read more...]
CNBC: Here’s a list of recession signals that are flashing red
Whether or not the U.S. is going into a recession is on the minds of Americans everywhere. Google searches show recession fears have spiked exponentially since the end of July, when the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time since the financial crisis. [Read more...]
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