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The Irish Times
ARM shareholders to approve £24bn SoftBank takeoverin Britain’s most successful technology company gave their overwhelming approva
ARM shareholders to approve £24bn SoftBank takeover
The Irish Times / Posted 3 hours ago
in Britain’s most successful technology company gave their overwhelming approval to the £17-a-share, all cash bid from Japan. Friday will be the last day ARM shares are traded on the London stock market and the deal will be formally completed... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Stocks are closing slightly lower; Hershey declines"Having said that, we've got enough event risk in September with the likes of t
Stocks are closing slightly lower; Hershey declines
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 10 hours ago
"Having said that, we've got enough event risk in September with the likes of the European Central Bank, the Bank of Japan and also not forgetting this week's nonfarm payrolls number." South Korea's won rose 0.5 percent versus the dollar,... Read more
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Business Insider
Goldman Sachs thinks everyone should read these 12 books this fallfor domestication, which could be transferred and shared relatively easily acro
Goldman Sachs thinks everyone should read these 12 books this fall
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
for domestication, which could be transferred and shared relatively easily across the continent. Fun reading with lots of intellectual stimulation."–Shigeki Kiritani, president & representative director of Goldman Sachs Asset Management... Read more
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WA Today
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at baykey factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alter
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at bay
WA Today / Posted yesterday
key factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alternatives to the negative rates in places like Japan and Europe. Australia's benchmark 10-year bond yield climbed three basis points to 1.88 percent, compared with 1.62... Read more
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Canberra Times
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at baykey factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alter
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at bay
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
key factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alternatives to the negative rates in places like Japan and Europe. Australia's benchmark 10-year bond yield climbed three basis points to 1.88 percent, compared with 1.62... Read more
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Zero Hedge
It's All About This Friday's Payrolls: Key Events In The Coming Weekwhere a 49.5 reading is expected. In Australia, the main releases include cape
It's All About This Friday's Payrolls: Key Events In The Coming Week
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
where a 49.5 reading is expected. In Australia, the main releases include capex, retail sales and building approvals. In Japan the main releases are jobless rate, retail sales and industrial production. The announcement of BoJ’s purchases of JGBs... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at baykey factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alter
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at bay
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
key factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alternatives to the negative rates in places like Japan and Europe. Australia's benchmark 10-year bond yield climbed three basis points to 1.88 percent, compared with 1.62... Read more
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The Age
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at baykey factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alter
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at bay
The Age / Posted yesterday
key factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alternatives to the negative rates in places like Japan and Europe. Australia's benchmark 10-year bond yield climbed three basis points to 1.88 percent, compared with 1.62... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at baykey factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alter
Possible US Fed hike may keep RBA cut at bay
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
key factor helping to buoy the currency, especially as investors seek out alternatives to the negative rates in places like Japan and Europe. Australia's benchmark 10-year bond yield climbed three basis points to 1.88 percent, compared with 1.62... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Global Stocks Slide, Futs Flat; Commodities Down On Stronger Dollar As Hike Odds Reprice Higherin September. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index extended its biggest jump since J
Global Stocks Slide, Futs Flat; Commodities Down On Stronger Dollar As Hike Odds Reprice Higher
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
in September. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index extended its biggest jump since June, while oil led declines in commodities. Japan’s Topix index of shares rose after central bank chief Haruhiko Kuroda reiterated a pledge to boost monetary stimulus if... Read more
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DW
Yellen: Case for US rate hike 'has strengthened' |Monetary Policy Frameworks for the Future, Yellen and her fellow central banker
Yellen: Case for US rate hike 'has strengthened' |
DW / Posted 4 days ago
Monetary Policy Frameworks for the Future, Yellen and her fellow central bankers, among them Europe's Mario Draghi, Japan's Haruhiko Kuroda and Britain's Mark Carney, are discussing strategies on how to create long-term growth in a... Read more
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DW
Jackson Hole debates toolkit for a changed world |Monetary Policy Frameworks for the Future, Yellen and her fellow central banker
Jackson Hole debates toolkit for a changed world |
DW / Posted 4 days ago
Monetary Policy Frameworks for the Future, Yellen and her fellow central bankers, among them Europe's Mario Draghi, Japan's Haruhiko Kuroda and Britain's Mark Carney, are set to discuss strategies how to create long-term growth in a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Schooled in the short run, central banks struggle with a long-term roleJUST LOWER FOR LONGER, NEGATIVE FOR LONGER? Negative interest rates have becom
Schooled in the short run, central banks struggle with a long-term role
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
JUST LOWER FOR LONGER, NEGATIVE FOR LONGER? Negative interest rates have become part of crisis policy in Europe and Japan, but mainstream economists are beginning to pave the way for them to become permanent policy options. Some US$8... Read more
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Reuters
Schooled in the short run, central banks struggle with a long-term roleJUST LOWER FOR LONGER, NEGATIVE FOR LONGER? Negative interest rates have becom
Schooled in the short run, central banks struggle with a long-term role
Reuters / Posted 5 days ago
JUST LOWER FOR LONGER, NEGATIVE FOR LONGER? Negative interest rates have become part of crisis policy in Europe and Japan, but mainstream economists are beginning to pave the way for them to become permanent policy options. Some $8 trillion... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
SE Asia stocks subdued as investors await Fed signalstrong rally, as signs of rising supply outweighed hopes that producing nations
SE Asia stocks subdued as investors await Fed signal
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 7 days ago
strong rally, as signs of rising supply outweighed hopes that producing nations will agree on steps to support prices. Goldman Sachs said in a report that talk of an output freeze by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and a... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Stocks Creep Higher As Dollar Resumes Falling, Oil Slides For Second Dayweakness pushed emerging markets higher, even if it failed to boost oil which a
Stocks Creep Higher As Dollar Resumes Falling, Oil Slides For Second Day
Zero Hedge / Posted 7 days ago
weakness pushed emerging markets higher, even if it failed to boost oil which as we noted last night was downgraded by Goldman on various fundamental reasons. Commodity producers led gains in European equities and S&P 500 futures crept higher... Read more
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The Temasek Review
Market Psychosis, Global Economy, Financial Cycle « Economics « Opinion « TR EMERITUSGoldman Sachs, Jeffrey Gundlach and Bill Gross have all collectively sounded ri
Market Psychosis, Global Economy, Financial Cycle « Economics « Opinion « TR EMERITUS
The Temasek Review / Posted 8 days ago
Goldman Sachs, Jeffrey Gundlach and Bill Gross have all collectively sounded risks alarm on rising equities and bond markets[ LINK ]. The huge disconnect between stocks and bonds is particularly disturbing. Of late, the 10-year bond market is wildly... Read more
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Business Standard India
Nikkei slumps, takes cue from stronger yen and weaker oilJapan's government is preparing a $33 billion supplementary Budget to help fund
Nikkei slumps, takes cue from stronger yen and weaker oil
Business Standard India / Posted 8 days ago
Japan's government is preparing a $33 billion supplementary Budget to help fund Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic stimulus package "It is a particularly egregious vacuum of data and events... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Jackson Hole Looms: The Main Events In The Coming WeekUS this afternoon to note of. Tuesday kicks off in Asia where we’ll get the fl
Jackson Hole Looms: The Main Events In The Coming Week
Zero Hedge / Posted 8 days ago
US this afternoon to note of. Tuesday kicks off in Asia where we’ll get the flash manufacturing PMI reading for August in Japan and also the MNI business indicator out of China. During the European session we’ll get the August flash PMI’s for the... Read more
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Investopedia
What Does Stalled Consumer Sentiment Mean for Stocks?of this trend in sight. It may take major changes in the economy before consume
What Does Stalled Consumer Sentiment Mean for Stocks?
Investopedia / Posted 11 days ago
of this trend in sight. It may take major changes in the economy before consumers feel optimistic again. A Large Gap When Goldman Sachs did its quarterly review of earnings calls, one of the key factors that it discovered was that there is a... Read more
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WA Today
And suddenly coal is back againby 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry
And suddenly coal is back again
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
by 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry and shut down mines, Whitehaven explained. Goldman Sachs, reversing a gloomy outlook it issued last September, said this week restrictions on domestic production by... Read more
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The Age
And suddenly coal is back againby 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry
And suddenly coal is back again
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
by 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry and shut down mines, Whitehaven explained. Goldman Sachs, reversing a gloomy outlook it issued last September, said this week restrictions on domestic production by... Read more
6 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
And suddenly coal is back againby 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry
And suddenly coal is back again
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
by 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry and shut down mines, Whitehaven explained. Goldman Sachs, reversing a gloomy outlook it issued last September, said this week restrictions on domestic production by... Read more
6 related stories
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Canberra Times
And suddenly coal is back againby 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry
And suddenly coal is back again
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
by 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry and shut down mines, Whitehaven explained. Goldman Sachs, reversing a gloomy outlook it issued last September, said this week restrictions on domestic production by... Read more
6 related stories
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Brisbane Times
And suddenly coal is back againby 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry
And suddenly coal is back again
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
by 16 per cent, and provided funding to assist coal miners to exit the industry and shut down mines, Whitehaven explained. Goldman Sachs, reversing a gloomy outlook it issued last September, said this week restrictions on domestic production by... Read more
6 related stories
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Fortune
This Much-Maligned Fossil Fuel Is Staging a Huge Comebackregulators have assumed the role that markets traditionally play in bringing ov
This Much-Maligned Fossil Fuel Is Staging a Huge Comeback
Fortune / Posted 13 days ago
regulators have assumed the role that markets traditionally play in bringing oversupplied commodities back to balance,” Goldman Sachs said in a note to clients late on Tuesday, reversing a gloomy outlook it issued last September. “Restrictions... Read more
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The Economic Times
After years of pain, coal becomes one of the hottest commodities of 2016regulators have assumed the role that markets traditionally play in bringing ov
After years of pain, coal becomes one of the hottest commodities of 2016
The Economic Times / Posted 13 days ago
regulators have assumed the role that markets traditionally play in bringing oversupplied commodities back to balance," Goldman Sachs said in a note to clients late on Tuesday, reversing a gloomy outlook it issued last September. "Restrictions... Read more
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Newsmax
Japan's Central Bank Rising To Become Country's Biggest ShareholderThe Bank of Japan’s controversial march to the top of shareholder rankings in t
Japan's Central Bank Rising To Become Country's Biggest Shareholder
Newsmax / Posted 15 days ago
The Bank of Japan’s controversial march to the top of shareholder rankings in the world’s third-largest equity market is picking up pace. Already a top-five owner of 81 companies in Japan’s Nikkei 225 Stock Average, the BOJ is on course to become... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tokyo whale's rise to shareholder No. 1 in JapanThe Bank of Japan's controversial march to the top of shareholder rankings in t
Tokyo whale's rise to shareholder No. 1 in Japan
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
The Bank of Japan's controversial march to the top of shareholder rankings in the world's third-largest equity market is picking up pace. Already a top-five owner of 81 companies in Japan's Nikkei 225 Stock Average,??the BOJ is on course to become... Read more
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The Age
Tokyo whale's rise to shareholder No. 1 in JapanThe Bank of Japan's controversial march to the top of shareholder rankings in t
Tokyo whale's rise to shareholder No. 1 in Japan
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
The Bank of Japan's controversial march to the top of shareholder rankings in the world's third-largest equity market is picking up pace. Already a top-five owner of 81 companies in Japan's Nikkei 225 Stock Average,??the BOJ is on course to become... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tokyo whale's rise to shareholder No. 1 in JapanThe Bank of Japan's controversial march to the top of shareholder rankings in t
Tokyo whale's rise to shareholder No. 1 in Japan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
The Bank of Japan's controversial march to the top of shareholder rankings in the world's third-largest equity market is picking up pace. Already a top-five owner of 81 companies in Japan's Nikkei 225 Stock Average,??the BOJ is on course to become... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Bank of Japan Will Be The Top Shareholder Of 55 Companies By The End Of 2017BoJ is likely to hold ¥20.5t ($200b) in ETFs. Three ways to put BoJ's purchase
The Bank of Japan Will Be The Top Shareholder Of 55 Companies By The End Of 2017
Zero Hedge / Posted 16 days ago
BoJ is likely to hold ¥20.5t ($200b) in ETFs. Three ways to put BoJ's purchases in perspective: The US market cap is 5x Japan’s, so this new stimulus can be viewed as equivalent of the Fed purchasing $580b in ETFs over the next two years, and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
A Stunning Admission From Deutsche Bank Why A Shock Is Needed To Collapse The Market, And Force A Real Panicbrings us full circle: recall that over the past few months virtually every pro
A Stunning Admission From Deutsche Bank Why A Shock Is Needed To Collapse The Market, And Force A Real Panic
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 days ago
brings us full circle: recall that over the past few months virtually every prominent investment bank, from JPMorgan to Goldman Sachs have warned clients that a selloff is coming. Now, Deutsche Bank has taken it to a whole new level, explaining... Read more
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Business Insider
'An unsettled world': The CEOs of America's largest companies are worried about the economyyou would assume that the world is melting down. In a roundup of the most rece
'An unsettled world': The CEOs of America's largest companies are worried about the economy
Business Insider / Posted 17 days ago
you would assume that the world is melting down. In a roundup of the most recent season of quarterly earnings calls, the Goldman Sachs strategy-research team identified the uncertainty of customers as one of the key themes of S&P 500 managements'... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
'An unsettled world': The CEOs of America's largest companies are worried about the economyUS, you would assume that the world is melting down. In a round up of the most
'An unsettled world': The CEOs of America's largest companies are worried about the economy
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
US, you would assume that the world is melting down. In a round up of the most recent season of quarterly earnings calls, Goldman Sachs strategy research team identified the uncertainty of customers as one of the key themes of S&P 500 managements'... Read more
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Connecticut Post
'An unsettled world': The CEOs of America's largest companies are worried about the economyUS, you would assume that the world is melting down. In a round up of the most
'An unsettled world': The CEOs of America's largest companies are worried about the economy
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
US, you would assume that the world is melting down. In a round up of the most recent season of quarterly earnings calls, Goldman Sachs strategy research team identified the uncertainty of customers as one of the key themes of S&P 500 managements'... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
'An unsettled world': The CEOs of America's largest companies are worried about the economyUS, you would assume that the world is melting down. In a round up of the most
'An unsettled world': The CEOs of America's largest companies are worried about the economy
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
US, you would assume that the world is melting down. In a round up of the most recent season of quarterly earnings calls, Goldman Sachs strategy research team identified the uncertainty of customers as one of the key themes of S&P 500 managements'... Read more
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Newsmax
Ron Insana: 'Bubble Boys' Are Wrong About This Stock Market Rallycrisis. “The signs that flashed red before the last crisis are, at best, flashi
Ron Insana: 'Bubble Boys' Are Wrong About This Stock Market Rally
Newsmax / Posted 18 days ago
crisis. “The signs that flashed red before the last crisis are, at best, flashing yellow right now,” he said. And while Goldman Sachs recently told clients to stay away from stocks for the next three months, such advice is really “a trading... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"The Final Melt Up", "A Blow Off Top": Money Floods In As Investors Turn Euphoric At Triple Record HighLLC. In 2013, the S&P 500 rose 30%. Ironically, the ongoing meltup continues e
"The Final Melt Up", "A Blow Off Top": Money Floods In As Investors Turn Euphoric At Triple Record High
Zero Hedge / Posted 18 days ago
LLC. In 2013, the S&P 500 rose 30%. Ironically, the ongoing meltup continues even as major sellside banks from JPM to Goldman Sachs, have been warning about an imminent downturn. Less than two weeks ago, we reported that Goldman had turned... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Exactly what new Duke of Westminster Hugh Grosvenor gets with his £9BILLION?Australia - there is known to be property in Melbourne, the result of a deal la
Exactly what new Duke of Westminster Hugh Grosvenor gets with his £9BILLION?
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
Australia - there is known to be property in Melbourne, the result of a deal last year between Grosvenor Group and Goldman Sachs. They invested with Propertylink, the Australian property investment and asset management company, in the... Read more
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CNBC
The 'bubble boys' are wrong about the stock market crashof weak growth overseas and a potential negative for future profit growth here
The 'bubble boys' are wrong about the stock market crash
CNBC / Posted 20 days ago
of weak growth overseas and a potential negative for future profit growth here at home. European banks are under duress. Japan, China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Brazil and Venezuela have varying degrees of economic distress. Goldman Sachs recent... Read more
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Newsmax
Gold May Struggle at 'Rich Level' as Fed May Hike 3 Timeshas rallied 27 percent this year, aided by the low interest-rate environment in
Gold May Struggle at 'Rich Level' as Fed May Hike 3 Times
Newsmax / Posted 20 days ago
has rallied 27 percent this year, aided by the low interest-rate environment in the U.S., negative rates in Japan and parts of Europe, and demand for havens caused by the U.K.’s Brexit vote. Luyet’s outlook reflects concern there may... Read more
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Business Standard India
Global glut of oil products threatens crude recoveryreact to market conditions more quickly than drillers, so run cuts can more qui
Global glut of oil products threatens crude recovery
Business Standard India / Posted 20 days ago
react to market conditions more quickly than drillers, so run cuts can more quickly balance out excess product supplies, Goldman Sachs analysts said Tuesday. They expect global refinery maintenance to be above the five-year average in the third... Read more
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TribLIVE
U.S. liquefied natural gas surge shaking up global marketsand become affordable in emerging markets, where prices have been high and supp
U.S. liquefied natural gas surge shaking up global markets
TribLIVE / Posted 23 days ago
and become affordable in emerging markets, where prices have been high and supplies limited, according to the IEA and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. LNG became the world's second-most-traded commodity after oil last year, and demand will keep... Read more
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Business Insider
There will be 'no medal winners' in the stock market because everything is too expensiveGoldman Sach's David Kostin is not enthusiastic about the stock market right no
There will be 'no medal winners' in the stock market because everything is too expensive
Business Insider / Posted 23 days ago
Goldman Sach's David Kostin is not enthusiastic about the stock market right now. The chief US equity strategist for Goldman said in a note to clients on Sunday that stock markets around the world are not going to offer any serious gains for the... Read more
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Market Watch
Will Rio Olympics help send U.S. stocks to new highs?extent, the presidential election. The Bank of England on Thursday cut its ben
Will Rio Olympics help send U.S. stocks to new highs?
Market Watch / Posted 25 days ago
extent, the presidential election. The Bank of England on Thursday cut its benchmark rate to a new low while the Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank are expected to remain dovish as long as their economies remain feeble. Still, Kristina... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Bank of England Just Provided Us With More Reasons to Own Gold and Silverand think about the definition of "normalized" interest rates, how high of a le
The Bank of England Just Provided Us With More Reasons to Own Gold and Silver
Zero Hedge / Posted 25 days ago
and think about the definition of "normalized" interest rates, how high of a level should normalized rates be when Bank of Japan bankers adopted ZIRP (Zero Interest Rate Policy) for 16 years before deciding ZIRP was inadequate enough to stimulate... Read more
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USA Today
Tokyo election shows progress for women in Japan, but far from gender equityTOKYO — As female leaders make new strides in the United States and Europe, Jap
Tokyo election shows progress for women in Japan, but far from gender equity
USA Today / Posted 26 days ago
TOKYO — As female leaders make new strides in the United States and Europe, Japan appears to be following suit — but still has a long way to go. Yuriko Koike, a former defense minister and TV news anchor, became the first woman elected governor of... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Fast beauty: Korean cosmetics shine in China, draw investorsplanning to market launch is average," Lim added. WINNING FORMULA South Korea
Fast beauty: Korean cosmetics shine in China, draw investors
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 27 days ago
planning to market launch is average," Lim added. WINNING FORMULA South Korea last year overtook the United States and Japan to become the No. 2 cosmetics exporter to China after France. It shipped US$1.1 billion worth of skincare creams,... Read more
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Zero Hedge
What Will Hillary Do? Goldman Ranks Russia 'Best Olympian' Nation Ever (Over #2 USA)USA is heralded as savior of the world and "greatest nation ever in the history
What Will Hillary Do? Goldman Ranks Russia 'Best Olympian' Nation Ever (Over #2 USA)
Zero Hedge / Posted 27 days ago
USA is heralded as savior of the world and "greatest nation ever in the history of earth," by Hillary Clinton, it appears Goldman Sachs disagrees... when it comes to The Olympics. From an 'efficiency' perspective, controlling for how populous,... Read more
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