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Bloomberg: Gold Gains as Trump Shocks Markets by Doing What He Said He’d Do
Gold futures rose for a second day, posting the biggest monthly gain since June, on investor concern over moves by Trump that included barring entry by citizens from seven predominantly Muslim nations and firing the acting U.S. attorney general for refusing to enforce the order. The dollar headed for a third straight decline against a basket of 10 currencies, and U.S. stocks slid. [more...]

Bloomberg: Loonie Rises to Four-Month High as Canadian Economy Gains Speed
The Canadian dollar advanced to the strongest level since September amid a waning rally in its U.S. counterpart and positive signals from the Canadian economy. [more...]
Bloomberg: Everything You Thought You Knew About Bond Yields Is Wrong: HSBC
It's an article of faith in the credit markets that certain fundamental forces propel the yields on government debt, specifically economic growth, state spending, inflation and central bank guidance.
Not so, says HSBC Holdings Plc fixed-income analysts led by Steven Major. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fund That Beat 90% of Its Peers Is Now Betting on Greek Banks
Betting on banks in Greece may not be your average mutual fund’s main investment idea. But for East Capital, which in 2016 delivered a 36 percent return and beat 90 percent of its peers, increasing exposure to the euro zone’s most beaten up economy is precisely the right thing to do. [more...]
Bloomberg: Dollar Hits 12-Week Low on Trump, Nikkei to Slide: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks were mostly higher while the dollar stabilized after its worst month since March as investors weighed the impact of Donald Trump’s policies ahead of a Federal Reserve policy decision. [more...]
Reuters: Dollar caught in crossfire as Trump talks tough on currencies
The dollar struggled to regain its poise on Wednesday after the Trump administration accused Germany, Japan and China of devaluing their currencies to gain a trade advantage, adding to a risk-off mood that also kept stocks subdued. [more...]
Reuters: Apple defies Wall Street with strong revival in iPhone sales
Apple Inc reclaimed the throne as the world's top smartphone seller for the first time in five years on Tuesday, beating out rival Samsung in units shipped for the holiday quarter and boosting revenues with a strong showing for its new, top-of-the-line iPhone 7 Plus. [more...]
Reuters: Warren Buffett: I bought $12 billion of stock after Trump won
The failure of Warren Buffett's favored candidate to capture the White House has not dimmed the billionaire's appetite for stocks. [more...]
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