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Morningstar
Gold Prices Fall Back as Investors Book ProfitsGold futures were down 0.7% at $1,239.60 an ounce on the New York Mercantile Ex
Gold Prices Fall Back as Investors Book Profits
Morningstar / Posted an hour ago
Gold futures were down 0.7% at $1,239.60 an ounce on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Gold prices registered their strongest gain in more than two years on Thursday as investors continued to recoil from global stocks, oil and other risk markets, and... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Where Are Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc's Customers Going?Chipotle Mexican Grill closed its doors for a few hours on Monday as it regroup
Where Are Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc's Customers Going?
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 hours ago
Chipotle Mexican Grill closed its doors for a few hours on Monday as it regrouped for a new marketing push to win back customers. Image source: Daniel Kline. Chipotle Mexican Grill has a problem, and it knows it. All 2,010 Chipotle restaurants... Read more
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The Economic Times
Gold heads for best week in four years on safe-haven appealLONDON: Gold eased on Friday after soaring 4 per cent the previous day, but was
Gold heads for best week in four years on safe-haven appeal
The Economic Times / Posted 2 hours ago
LONDON: Gold eased on Friday after soaring 4 per cent the previous day, but was still set for its best week in four years, lifted by stock market turmoil that has sent investors rushing for safe haven assets. Spot gold was down 1 per cent at... Read more
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Market Watch
Bottom fishers, the time to buy stocks after that S&P rout may be nighCome with me, to the sea ... of bottom-fishing calls. In a typical reaction to
Bottom fishers, the time to buy stocks after that S&P rout may be nigh
Market Watch / Posted 3 hours ago
Come with me, to the sea ... of bottom-fishing calls. In a typical reaction to the big equity routs such as Thursday’s, market sages have been hogging the airwaves to yap about when stocks are finally going stop bleeding out. And judging by the... Read more
3h
Business Standard India
Worst week since 2009: Sensex, Nifty slide nearly 7%Dalal Street went through one of the most turbulent week in nearly seven years,
Worst week since 2009: Sensex, Nifty slide nearly 7%
Business Standard India / Posted 3 hours ago
Dalal Street went through one of the most turbulent week in nearly seven years, with benchmark indices crashing nearly 7 per cent and several bluechip stocks plummeting even further. The benchmark 30-share Sensex lost 1,631 points, or 6.6 per cent to... Read more
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Business Standard India
Indian market being dragged into global turmoil: BofA-MLAccording to BofA-ML report, Budget for 2016 is unlikely to be a meaningful cat
Indian market being dragged into global turmoil: BofA-ML
Business Standard India / Posted 4 hours ago
According to BofA-ML report, Budget for 2016 is unlikely to be a meaningful catalyst for the marketsAccording to BofA-ML report, Budget for 2016 is unlikely to be a meaningful catalyst for the... Read more
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Market Watch
Bottom fishers, the time to buy stocks after that S&P rout is nighCome with me, to the sea ... of bottom-fishing calls. In a typical reaction to
Bottom fishers, the time to buy stocks after that S&P rout is nigh
Market Watch / Posted 5 hours ago
Come with me, to the sea ... of bottom-fishing calls. In a typical reaction to the big equity routs such as Thursday’s, market sages have been hogging the airwaves to yap about when stocks are finally going stop bleeding out. And judging by the... Read more
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dna
Indian equity market being dragged into global turmoil: BofA-MLThe Indian equity market is being dragged into the global turmoil and there is
Indian equity market being dragged into global turmoil: BofA-ML
dna / Posted 6 hours ago
The Indian equity market is being dragged into the global turmoil and there is little end in sight as the Union Budget is unlikely to be a meaningful catalyst for the markets, says a Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA-ML) report. The findings of... Read more
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The New Statesman
This is the new front in the battle to control women’s bodiesThis is beginning to have the feel of 2008 all over again. Policy makers around
This is the new front in the battle to control women’s bodies
The New Statesman / Posted 6 hours ago
This is beginning to have the feel of 2008 all over again. Policy makers around the world are in denial once again as global stock markets dive. In 2008, the slowing of the world's biggest economy – the US – sent the global economy into a tailspin.... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
It’s raining job offers at IIM Bangalore this placement seasonIt is raining offers at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIM-B) wi
It’s raining job offers at IIM Bangalore this placement season
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 6 hours ago
It is raining offers at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIM-B) with the institute registering more than 450 offers across 200 job profiles during its final placement season for the Post-Graduate Programme (PGP) class of 2014-16. This... Read more
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The New Statesman
An unlikely alliance of Hollywood and British builders is exposing the impact of blacklistingThis is beginning to have the feel of 2008 all over again. Policy makers around
An unlikely alliance of Hollywood and British builders is exposing the impact of blacklisting
The New Statesman / Posted 7 hours ago
This is beginning to have the feel of 2008 all over again. Policy makers around the world are in denial once again as global stock markets dive. In 2008, the slowing of the world's biggest economy – the US – sent the global economy into a tailspin.... Read more
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The New Statesman
Seumas Milne expected Guardian to endorse Jeremy Corbyn and felt "very let down"This is beginning to have the feel of 2008 all over again. Policy makers around
Seumas Milne expected Guardian to endorse Jeremy Corbyn and felt "very let down"
The New Statesman / Posted 7 hours ago
This is beginning to have the feel of 2008 all over again. Policy makers around the world are in denial once again as global stock markets dive. In 2008, the slowing of the world's biggest economy – the US – sent the global economy into a tailspin.... Read more
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The New Statesman
The global shipping slowdown hints at a recession around the cornerThis is beginning to have the feel of 2008 all over again. Policy makers around
The global shipping slowdown hints at a recession around the corner
The New Statesman / Posted 7 hours ago
This is beginning to have the feel of 2008 all over again. Policy makers around the world are in denial once again as global stock markets dive. In 2008, the slowing of the world's biggest economy – the US – sent the global economy into a tailspin.... Read more
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Business Insider
Investors are flooding into gold like it’s the financial crisis all over again"The Flow Show" — a weekly note from Bank of America Merrill Lynch which tracks
Investors are flooding into gold like it’s the financial crisis all over again
Business Insider / Posted 8 hours ago
"The Flow Show" — a weekly note from Bank of America Merrill Lynch which tracks the movement of money around global markets — shows that this week, investors poured money into the precious metal markets at some of the highest levels in around six... Read more
9h
The Star
Risk of Singapore easing seen rising on growth woesSINGAPORE: The possibility of Singapore's central bank easing monetary policy a
Risk of Singapore easing seen rising on growth woes
The Star / Posted 9 hours ago
SINGAPORE: The possibility of Singapore's central bank easing monetary policy at its scheduled policy review in April is rising, analysts say, as weak economic data point to a worsening outlook for growth. A batch of indicators released last month... Read more
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The Economic Times
GoAir appoints Goldman Sachs, BofA-ML and Kotak Mahindra Bank to manage its $150 million IPOMUMBAI: Go Air is appointing Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and K
GoAir appoints Goldman Sachs, BofA-ML and Kotak Mahindra Bank to manage its $150 million IPO
The Economic Times / Posted 12 hours ago
MUMBAI: Go Air is appointing Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Kotak Mahindra bank for managing its planned $150 million (Rs 1,026 crore) IPO, three people in the know said. "Just the final agreement remains to be signed," said one of... Read more
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Reuters
Dell's $10 billion loans for EMC buy stallA Dell logo is seen in this illustration picture taken in Sarajevo, Bosnia and
Dell's $10 billion loans for EMC buy stall
Reuters / Posted 18 hours ago
A Dell logo is seen in this illustration picture taken in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 12, 2015. NEW YORK The commitment deadline on $10 billion of pro-rata loans in a $45 billion financing package backing computer giant Dell’s purchase... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Dell's US$10 billion loans for EMC buy stallNEW YORK: The commitment deadline on US$10 billion of pro-rata loans in a US$45
Dell's US$10 billion loans for EMC buy stall
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 18 hours ago
NEW YORK: The commitment deadline on US$10 billion of pro-rata loans in a US$45 billion financing package backing computer giant Dell’s purchase of data storage products maker EMC Corp has been extended due to a slow order book, a source close to the... Read more
18h
The Malaysian Insider
Ringgit, rupiah shed ‘vulnerable’ tag to lead regional gains Published: 12 February 2016 7:00 AM Indonesia’s economy beat analysts’ estim
Ringgit, rupiah shed ‘vulnerable’ tag to lead regional gains
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 18 hours ago
Published: 12 February 2016 7:00 AM Indonesia’s economy beat analysts’ estimates to expand 5.04% in the fourth quarter and the rupiah together with the baht and ringgit are the top three... Read more
20h
Reuters
In grips of the bear, some small company stocks start to attractNEW YORK After a brutal selloff that sent shares of small companies reeling, so
In grips of the bear, some small company stocks start to attract
Reuters / Posted 20 hours ago
NEW YORK After a brutal selloff that sent shares of small companies reeling, some investors have been starting to come back selectively to some of those stocks, but for the group as a whole, recovery could take a while. The so-called small cap... Read more
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Market Watch
ECB may finally deal a deathblow to the €500 billIs the end nearing for the 500-euro note, beloved of gangsters, money launderer
ECB may finally deal a deathblow to the €500 bill
Market Watch / Posted 22 hours ago
Is the end nearing for the 500-euro note, beloved of gangsters, money launderers and tax evaders? The likelihood that the valuable bill could soon be struck out of the euro family may be rising after Benoît Coeuré, a member of the European Central... Read more
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23h
Market Watch
You should trust the BLS more than the Dow, economist says“The stock market is preoccupied with itself,” and those Wall Street blinders a
You should trust the BLS more than the Dow, economist says
Market Watch / Posted 23 hours ago
“The stock market is preoccupied with itself,” and those Wall Street blinders are leading a lot of people to think the economy is doing a lot worse than it really is, said Ian Shepherdson, chief economist for Pantheon Macroeconomics and the winner of... Read more
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Swissinfo
After the Plunge, Investors Ask: Is It Now Time to Buy Banks?(Bloomberg) -- Forget the doomsayers. After another day of dramatic declines in
After the Plunge, Investors Ask: Is It Now Time to Buy Banks?
Swissinfo / Posted 23 hours ago
(Bloomberg) -- Forget the doomsayers. After another day of dramatic declines in bank stocks and bonds, some investors say now may be the perfect time to buy. Poor earnings and bleak forecasts at some of Europe’s biggest banks have stoked concerns... Read more
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Market Watch
You should trust the government more than the Dow, economist says“The stock market is preoccupied with itself,” and those Wall Street blinders a
You should trust the government more than the Dow, economist says
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
“The stock market is preoccupied with itself,” and those Wall Street blinders are leading a lot of people to think the economy is doing a lot worse than it really is, said Ian Shepherdson, chief economist for Pantheon Macroeconomics and the winner of... Read more
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Swissinfo
Currency Jawboning Back in Vogue as Investors Flee to Havens(Bloomberg) -- From Stockholm and Zurich to Tokyo and Bangkok, central bankers
Currency Jawboning Back in Vogue as Investors Flee to Havens
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
(Bloomberg) -- From Stockholm and Zurich to Tokyo and Bangkok, central bankers are turning up the volume to leave traders in no doubt that they’re unhappy about the extent to which their currencies are gaining. It’s known as verbal intervention and... Read more
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CBS News
Can Obama help fix America's retirement crisis?The budget President Obama submitted to Congress Tuesday night included a propo
Can Obama help fix America's retirement crisis?
CBS News / Posted yesterday
The budget President Obama submitted to Congress Tuesday night included a proposal to increase the number of Americans eligible for work-based retirement plans by expanding the use of so-called multiple employer plans (MEPs). This strategy would help... Read more
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Business Standard India
IIM Bangalore sees over 450 offers in final placementsFinal placement season for the PGP Class of 2014-16 of the Indian Institute of
IIM Bangalore sees over 450 offers in final placements
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
Final placement season for the PGP Class of 2014-16 of the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM-B) saw more than 450 offers being doled out to 409 students. Five students opted out of the placement process. As many as 160 plus companies... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driverBonds are giving investors a flashback to 1991, when Bob Hawke and his Treasure
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driver
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Bonds are giving investors a flashback to 1991, when Bob Hawke and his Treasurer Paul Keating battled Australia's last recession. Photo: Peter Morris Australian bonds are having their best start to a year since the economy was last in recession in... Read more
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WA Today
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driverAustralian bonds are having their best start to a year since the economy was la
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driver
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Australian bonds are having their best start to a year since the economy was last in recession in 1991 as concerns about Chinese currency devaluations, banking stability and a US economic slowdown drive investors to the safest assets. The nation's... Read more
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The Age
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driverBonds are giving investors a flashback to 1991, when Bob Hawke and his Treasure
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driver
The Age / Posted yesterday
Bonds are giving investors a flashback to 1991, when Bob Hawke and his Treasurer Paul Keating battled Australia's last recession. Photo: Peter Morris Australian bonds are having their best start to a year since the economy was last in recession in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driverBonds are giving investors a flashback to 1991, when Bob Hawke and his Treasure
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driver
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Bonds are giving investors a flashback to 1991, when Bob Hawke and his Treasurer Paul Keating battled Australia's last recession. Photo: Peter Morris Australian bonds are having their best start to a year since the economy was last in recession in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driverBonds are giving investors a flashback to 1991, when Bob Hawke and his Treasure
Aussie bonds surge like it's 1991 without recession driver
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Bonds are giving investors a flashback to 1991, when Bob Hawke and his Treasurer Paul Keating battled Australia's last recession. Photo: Peter Morris Australian bonds are having their best start to a year since the economy was last in recession in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fed's Yellen talks up the positives as traders discuss negative ratesNegative interest rates discussed in US as Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen t
Fed's Yellen talks up the positives as traders discuss negative rates
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Negative interest rates discussed in US as Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen talks positive Photo: US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen said further rate rises are still far more likely than rate cuts. (AFP: Nicholas Kamm) The US Federal Reserve... Read more
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Market Watch
To stave off currency war, is it time for a coordinated response to the Chinese yuan?With investors fearing a further, significant fall in the value of China’s yuan
To stave off currency war, is it time for a coordinated response to the Chinese yuan?
Market Watch / Posted 2 days ago
With investors fearing a further, significant fall in the value of China’s yuan currency could send more shock waves through international financial markets, some strategists think it’s time for global policy makers to come up with a coordinated plan... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agenciesThe Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unlead
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agencies
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
The Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unleaded petrol, 111.6¢ a litre, is at a one-year low. Photo: Kirk Gilmour Motorists can look forward to at least six months of super-cheap petrol, with a report from the... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Hedge funds hate these 5 stocks -- but should you?Up first on hedge funds' hate list is Apple (AAPL - Get Report) . The Apple hat
Hedge funds hate these 5 stocks -- but should you?
TheStreet.com / Posted 2 days ago
Up first on hedge funds' hate list is Apple (AAPL - Get Report) . The Apple hate is notable for a couple of reasons. First, the fourth quarter is the second consecutive one during which Apple was one of the most-sold stocks in institutional... Read more
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Investopedia
Pimco's Top Funds for Retirement IncomeFor most of us, the reason we invest for retirement is to have the money to pay
Pimco's Top Funds for Retirement Income
Investopedia / Posted 2 days ago
For most of us, the reason we invest for retirement is to have the money to pay for living expenses without having to work. So how do we shift our savings from growth to income when we reach retirement and when is it time to draw down our assets or... Read more
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Canberra Times
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agenciesThe Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unlead
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agencies
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
The Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unleaded petrol, 111.6¢ a litre, is at a one-year low. Photo: Kirk Gilmour Motorists can look forward to at least six months of super-cheap petrol, with a report from the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agenciesThe Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unlead
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agencies
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
The Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unleaded petrol, 111.6¢ a litre, is at a one-year low. Photo: Kirk Gilmour Motorists can look forward to at least six months of super-cheap petrol, with a report from the... Read more
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International Business Times
Barclays Jes Staley appoints JP Morgan's Paul Compton as new chief operating officer Jes Staley, chief executive at Barclays, has appointed Paul Compton of JP Morga
Barclays Jes Staley appoints JP Morgan's Paul Compton as new chief operating officer
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Jes Staley, chief executive at Barclays, has appointed Paul Compton of JP Morgan, to join the British bank as its chief operating officer. The announcement, which came on 9 February, is the latest in a series of new employees being poached from the... Read more
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The Age
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agenciesThe Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unlead
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agencies
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
The Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unleaded petrol, 111.6¢ a litre, is at a one-year low. Photo: Kirk Gilmour Motorists can look forward to at least six months of super-cheap petrol, with a report from the... Read more
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Bankrate.com
Why Obama’s plan is good for retirementMore small businesses are planning to offer or augment their retirement benefit
Why Obama’s plan is good for retirement
Bankrate.com / Posted 2 days ago
More small businesses are planning to offer or augment their retirement benefits, according to a Nationwide survey. HeroImagesCLOSED/Getty Images In his 8th and final proposed budget -- a $4.1 trillion package -- President Obama this morning... Read more
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Market Watch
Bank of America sees 25% chance of a U.S. recession in 2016Despite increased chatter about the probability of an economic contraction, the
Bank of America sees 25% chance of a U.S. recession in 2016
Market Watch / Posted 2 days ago
Despite increased chatter about the probability of an economic contraction, the odds of the U.S. slipping into a recession in the next 12 months are only about 25%, according to economists at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Tuesday. “Our quantitative... Read more
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Reuters
Negative U.S. rates possible, but no panacea for economic woesU.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks during a news conference at the
Negative U.S. rates possible, but no panacea for economic woes
Reuters / Posted 2 days ago
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks during a news conference at the Federal Reserve in Washington December 17, 2014. As interest rates turn negative around the world and Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen prepares to testify before... Read more
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Yahoo News
'The most miserable country in the world' is slipping toward default Men rest after salvaging metal on the 30th floor of the "Tower of David" skys
'The most miserable country in the world' is slipping toward default
Yahoo News / Posted 2 days ago
Men rest after salvaging metal on the 30th floor of the "Tower of David" skyscraper in Caracas. 2016, it seems, is Venezuela's year. "Unless the Chinese pull something out of the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Japan effect: Global bond rally near 'panic' levelThere is now $7 trillion of government debt with yields below zero globallyTher
Japan effect: Global bond rally near 'panic' level
Business Standard India / Posted 2 days ago
There is now $7 trillion of government debt with yields below zero globallyThere is now $7 trillion of government debt with yields below zero globally Sovereign bonds surged, sending the Japanese... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
TSX continues fall amid global growth concernsFinancial and energy companies dragged Canadian stocks lower for a third day, a
TSX continues fall amid global growth concerns
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Financial and energy companies dragged Canadian stocks lower for a third day, as equities worldwide sank amid deepening concerns about the health of the global economy. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index slumped 2.49 per cent to 12,222.80 at... Read more
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Business Insider
'The most miserable country in the world' is slipping towards defaultOver the last few days the talk among those who watch 'the most miserable count
'The most miserable country in the world' is slipping towards default
Business Insider / Posted 3 days ago
Over the last few days the talk among those who watch 'the most miserable country' in the world has turned to default. 2016, it seems, is Venezuela's year. "Unless the Chinese pull something out of the bag or PDVSA [Venezuela's state oil company]... Read more
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Canberra Times
Global equities flirt with bear market"It's quite a tussle between the bulls and bears," said John Carey, a Boston-ba
Global equities flirt with bear market
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
"It's quite a tussle between the bulls and bears," said John Carey, a Boston-based fund manager at Pioneer Investment Management, which oversees about $US230 billion. Photo: Jasper Juinen Stocks fell around the world, with global equities flirting... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Global equities flirt with bear market"It's quite a tussle between the bulls and bears," said John Carey, a Boston-ba
Global equities flirt with bear market
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
"It's quite a tussle between the bulls and bears," said John Carey, a Boston-based fund manager at Pioneer Investment Management, which oversees about $US230 billion. Photo: Jasper Juinen Stocks fell around the world, with global equities flirting... Read more
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