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Bloomberg: Asian Stocks Advance as Banks Rally; Dollar Mixed: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks advanced after the Trump administration’s plan to roll back financial regulations sparked a rally in global bank shares. The dollar was mixed as a U.S. jobs report showed weaker wage growth. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pound’s Slump on Brexit Tempts Middle Eastern Property Buyers
Brexit put the brakes on U.K. commercial property investment for most overseas buyers. For those from the Middle East, the subsequent slump in the pound and a rebound in commodities outweighs the risk to values. [more...]
Bloomberg: Australia's Stock Market Is Decoupling From the World
It all started so well for Australian stocks this year, as they rallied to touch the highest since May 2015. That euphoria has ended abruptly as banks dragged down the country's main index, making it the worst-performing major Asian stock gauge. [more...]
Bloomberg: America’s Asia Allies May Face Biggest Currency Reversal
Asia’s top two performing currencies so far this year are unlikely to enjoy prolonged gains, with the new U.S. administration’s increasing turn toward protectionism set to hit the economies of South Korea and Taiwan. [more...]
Bloomberg: A Year On, Japan Banks Brave Negative Rates Thanks to Trump
Japan’s biggest banks have navigated through a year of negative interest rates and choppy financial markets with their profits intact, thanks at least in part to Donald Trump. [more...]
Reuters: Asia shares lag Wall St. gains, dollar in doldrums
Asian shares crept up on Monday as Wall Street gathered momentum into a busy week of earnings with more than 100 major companies due to report, while the dollar was again hobbled by a lack of progress on U.S. fiscal stimulus. [more...]
Reuters: Oil prices rise on weaker dollar, but U.S. output drags
Oil prices rose on Monday, with traders shifting money into crude futures as the dollar weakened, and on concerns that new U.S. sanctions against Iran could be extended to affect crude supplies. But markets were held back by more signs of growing U.S. production and by worries that import demand in China could slow. [more...]
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