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The Economic Times
Equity outflows accelerate rapidly, but not yet flagging recession: BofA-MLLONDON: The flow of investor funds out of world stocks extended to its longest
Equity outflows accelerate rapidly, but not yet flagging recession: BofA-ML
The Economic Times / Posted 4 days ago
LONDON: The flow of investor funds out of world stocks extended to its longest run in four years last week, but is still short of levels typically associated with previous recessions or bear markets, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said on... Read more
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Market Watch
George Soros can’t do to the yuan what he did to the British poundChina fears that George Soros and other speculators are ready to attack the yua
George Soros can’t do to the yuan what he did to the British pound
Market Watch / Posted 11 days ago
China fears that George Soros and other speculators are ready to attack the yuan in the same fashion that made the billionaire hedge-fund pioneer world famous in 1992, when he famously “broke the Bank of England” by aggressively shorting the British... Read more
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Business Standard India
FIIs pull out $7 billion from Asian equitiesIndia witnessed a net outflow of $1.64 billion, said the reportIndia witnessed
FIIs pull out $7 billion from Asian equities
Business Standard India / Posted 12 days ago
India witnessed a net outflow of $1.64 billion, said the reportIndia witnessed a net outflow of $1.64 billion, said the report Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) have pulled out funds worth $7 billion... Read more
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Business Standard India
FIIs withdraw $7 billion from Asian equities, says HSBC reportIndia witnessed a net outflow of $1.64 billion, said the reportIndia witnessed
FIIs withdraw $7 billion from Asian equities, says HSBC report
Business Standard India / Posted 13 days ago
India witnessed a net outflow of $1.64 billion, said the reportIndia witnessed a net outflow of $1.64 billion, said the report Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) have pulled out funds... Read more
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Zawya
Nearly $8 trln wiped off world stocks in Jan, US recession chances rising -BAMLFinancial ServicesUPDATE 1-Nearly $8 trln wiped off world stocks in Jan, US recession chances ris
Nearly $8 trln wiped off world stocks in Jan, US recession chances rising -BAMLFinancial Services
Zawya / Posted 17 days ago
UPDATE 1-Nearly $8 trln wiped off world stocks in Jan, US recession chances rising -BAML (Adds global stock market losses, US economic forecasts, byline) By Jamie McGeever LONDON, Jan 22 (Reuters) - World stock market losses are approaching $8... Read more
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The Hindu
‘Almost $8 tn wiped off stocks, U.S. recession chances rising’World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year and inve
‘Almost $8 tn wiped off stocks, U.S. recession chances rising’
The Hindu / Posted 17 days ago
World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year and investors last week poured the most money into government bond funds in a year, suggesting they fear the global economy could tip into recession, Bank of America Merrill Lynch... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Nearly US$8 trillion wiped off world stocks in January, US recession chances rising: BAMLLONDON: World stock market losses are approaching US$8 trillion so far this yea
Nearly US$8 trillion wiped off world stocks in January, US recession chances rising: BAML
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 18 days ago
LONDON: World stock market losses are approaching US$8 trillion so far this year and investors last week poured the most money into government bond funds in a year, suggesting they fear the global economy could tip into recession, Bank of America... Read more
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Reuters
Nearly $8 trillion wiped off world stocks in January, U.S. recession chances rising: BAMLLONDON World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year a
Nearly $8 trillion wiped off world stocks in January, U.S. recession chances rising: BAML
Reuters / Posted 18 days ago
LONDON World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year and investors last week poured the most money into government bond funds in a year, suggesting they fear the global economy could tip into recession, Bank of America... Read more
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19d
Business Standard India
EMs as chilly as the Davos mountainsMore than a trillion dollars of investment flows has fled emerging markets over
EMs as chilly as the Davos mountains
Business Standard India / Posted 19 days ago
More than a trillion dollars of investment flows has fled emerging markets over the past 18 months but the exodus may not even be halfway done, as once-booming economies appear trapped in a slow-bleeding cycle of... Read more
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21d
Reuters
As leaders chill in Davos, emerging economies going downhill fastA Swiss special police officer observes the surrounding area from atop the roof
As leaders chill in Davos, emerging economies going downhill fast
Reuters / Posted 21 days ago
A Swiss special police officer observes the surrounding area from atop the roof of the Davos Congress Hotel ahead of the Annual Meeting 2016 of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland January 19, 2016. DAVOS, Switzerland More than a... Read more
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21d
Channel NewsAsia
As leaders chill in Davos, emerging economies going downhill fastDAVOS, Switzerland: More than a trillion dollars of investment flows has fled e
As leaders chill in Davos, emerging economies going downhill fast
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 21 days ago
DAVOS, Switzerland: More than a trillion dollars of investment flows has fled emerging markets over the past 18 months but the exodus may not even be halfway done, as once-booming economies appear trapped in a slow-bleeding cycle of weak growth and... Read more
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22d
Zero Hedge
Cracks At The Core Of The CoreExceprted from Doug Noland's Credit Bubble Bulletin, January 15 – Bloomberg (M
Cracks At The Core Of The Core
Zero Hedge / Posted 22 days ago
Exceprted from Doug Noland's Credit Bubble Bulletin, January 15 – Bloomberg (Matthew Boesler): “The U.S. economy should continue to grow faster than its potential this year, supporting further interest-rate increases by the Federal Reserve, New York... Read more
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iol.co.za
Equity fund exodus continuesLondon - Investors' exodus from equity funds continued in the second week of Ja
Equity fund exodus continues
iol.co.za / Posted 25 days ago
London - Investors' exodus from equity funds continued in the second week of January, wiping $5.7 trillion off global stocks in the first nine trading days of 2016, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) said on Friday. Some $11.9 billion was pulled... Read more
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Orange County Register
Investors pull $8.8 billion from world equity funds in 2016 routThe worst start to a year for global financial markets sparked the biggest week
Investors pull $8.8 billion from world equity funds in 2016 rout
Orange County Register / Posted 29 days ago
The worst start to a year for global financial markets sparked the biggest weekly outflow of cash from equity mutual funds since September. Investors pulled $8.8 billion from funds that track stocks around the world, according to data collected by... Read more
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Business Standard India
US stocks sink in worst week since 2011The Standard & Poor's 500 Index tumbled 6 per cent in the week, the biggest dro
US stocks sink in worst week since 2011
Business Standard India / Posted 30 days ago
The Standard & Poor's 500 Index tumbled 6 per cent in the week, the biggest drop since September 2011The Standard & Poor's 500 Index tumbled 6 per cent in the week, the biggest drop since September 2011... Read more
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Reuters
Investors dump U.S. stocks, seek bond safe haven: BAMLA trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York J
Investors dump U.S. stocks, seek bond safe haven: BAML
Reuters / Posted 1 months ago
A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York January 4, 2016. LONDON Investors dumped stocks and fled for the safety of bonds in the week to Jan. 6 which saw $2.3 trillion wiped off global equity markets and the... Read more

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