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Finance Asia
Goldman’s Campbell-Breeden relocates to LondonOne of Goldman Sachs’s most senior bankers in Asia, Richard Campbell-Breeden, i
Goldman’s Campbell-Breeden relocates to London
Finance Asia / Posted 6 hours ago
One of Goldman Sachs’s most senior bankers in Asia, Richard Campbell-Breeden, is relocating to London from Hong Kong at a time when Asian companies are ramping up their overseas acquisitions, according to an internal memo seen by FinanceAsia on... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tegel management 'straining at leash' to push aheadshare of the New Zealand market, is targeting expansion in new export destinati
Tegel management 'straining at leash' to push ahead
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
share of the New Zealand market, is targeting expansion in new export destinations including the Philippines, South Korea, Japan and the Middle East, adding to existing overseas markets such as Australia, Hong Kong and the Pacific Islands. Related... Read more
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Canberra Times
Goldman caves to strengthening yen amid currency market volatilityGoldman Sachs can't catch a break from currency markets. Less than two months
Goldman caves to strengthening yen amid currency market volatility
Canberra Times / Posted 21 hours ago
Goldman Sachs can't catch a break from currency markets. Less than two months after the bank softened its short-term euro forecast after a central-bank policy meeting, Goldman Sachs is doing the same with the yen. Goldman Sachs didn't include a set... Read more
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Market Watch
The ‘sell-in May’ strategy that’s been working for 10 yearshelping much. Still, the buck’s bumpy day pales in comparison to the devastatio
The ‘sell-in May’ strategy that’s been working for 10 years
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
helping much. Still, the buck’s bumpy day pales in comparison to the devastation seen for the Aussie dollar. The Bank of Japan’s inaction is at the heart of the dollar’s pain. Goldman Sachs says that BOJ inaction amounts to a “fateful... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Australia just did something it's never done before — here's what's happening in FXdepreciate their currencies," the team added. As for the rest of the world, he
Australia just did something it's never done before — here's what's happening in FX
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
depreciate their currencies," the team added. As for the rest of the world, here's the scoreboard as of 8:10 a.m. ET: The Japanese yen keeps getting stronger. It is now up by 0.6% at 105.81 per dollar, its highest level since October 2014. On... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
10 things you need to know before the opening bell (spy, spx, qqq, dia, aapl, hsc, arop)and stocks of purchases," Markit said in its statement accompanying the release
10 things you need to know before the opening bell (spy, spx, qqq, dia, aapl, hsc, arop)
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
and stocks of purchases," Markit said in its statement accompanying the release. The British pound is unchanged at 1.4675. Goldman Sachs thinks the Bank of Japan made a "fateful miscalculation." Goldman says the BOJ did little to alleviate concerns... Read more
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Connecticut Post
10 things you need to know before the opening bell (spy, spx, qqq, dia, aapl, hsc, arop)and stocks of purchases," Markit said in its statement accompanying the release
10 things you need to know before the opening bell (spy, spx, qqq, dia, aapl, hsc, arop)
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
and stocks of purchases," Markit said in its statement accompanying the release. The British pound is unchanged at 1.4675. Goldman Sachs thinks the Bank of Japan made a "fateful miscalculation." Goldman says the BOJ did little to alleviate concerns... Read more
2 related stories
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Connecticut Post
Australia just did something it's never done before — here's what's happening in FXdepreciate their currencies," the team added. As for the rest of the world, he
Australia just did something it's never done before — here's what's happening in FX
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
depreciate their currencies," the team added. As for the rest of the world, here's the scoreboard as of 8:10 a.m. ET: The Japanese yen keeps getting stronger. It is now up by 0.6% at 105.81 per dollar, its highest level since October 2014. On... Read more
2 related stories
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San Francisco Chronicle
Australia just did something it's never done before — here's what's happening in FXdepreciate their currencies," the team added. As for the rest of the world, he
Australia just did something it's never done before — here's what's happening in FX
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
depreciate their currencies," the team added. As for the rest of the world, here's the scoreboard as of 8:10 a.m. ET: The Japanese yen keeps getting stronger. It is now up by 0.6% at 105.81 per dollar, its highest level since October 2014. On... Read more
2 related stories
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San Francisco Chronicle
10 things you need to know before the opening bell (spy, spx, qqq, dia, aapl, hsc, arop)and stocks of purchases," Markit said in its statement accompanying the release
10 things you need to know before the opening bell (spy, spx, qqq, dia, aapl, hsc, arop)
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
and stocks of purchases," Markit said in its statement accompanying the release. The British pound is unchanged at 1.4675. Goldman Sachs thinks the Bank of Japan made a "fateful miscalculation." Goldman says the BOJ did little to alleviate concerns... Read more
2 related stories
1d
Market Watch
The ‘sell-in May’ strategy that’s been working for 10 yearshelping much. Still, the buck’s bumpy day pales in comparison to the devastatio
The ‘sell-in May’ strategy that’s been working for 10 years
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
helping much. Still, the buck’s bumpy day pales in comparison to the devastation seen for the Aussie dollar. The Bank of Japan’s inaction is at the heart of the dollar’s pain. Goldman Sachs says that BOJ inaction amounts to a “fateful... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tegel joins NZX this morninginvestment," Goodson said last week. Tegel is targeting expansion into new exp
Tegel joins NZX this morning
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
investment," Goodson said last week. Tegel is targeting expansion into new export markets including South Korea and Japan. Related ContentBrisk demand on cards for Tegel floatStock Takes: Tegel not crowing about IPOFloat sparks talk of... Read more
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Gulf News
Gold keeps shining as funds miss out on best rally in two monthsUS growth has underscored why Federal Reserve officials have been cautious abou
Gold keeps shining as funds miss out on best rally in two months
Gulf News / Posted 2 days ago
US growth has underscored why Federal Reserve officials have been cautious about raising interest rates again. The Bank of Japan last week held off on expanding monetary stimulus, a move that surprised economists and added further pressure to the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Latest food craze, the Raindrop Cake, has landed Down Under.created by US chef Darren Wong using mineral water and agar Mr Wong was inspir
Latest food craze, the Raindrop Cake, has landed Down Under.
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
created by US chef Darren Wong using mineral water and agar Mr Wong was inspired by traditional Mizu Shingen Mochi from Japan The 'raindrop cake', which took the US by storm, has arrived Down Under with an Australian eatery jumping on the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Reckitt Benckiser exec slapped in S. Korea while apologising for de...by Reckitt Benckiser, forcing the company to make a public apology. Ata Safdar
Reckitt Benckiser exec slapped in S. Korea while apologising for de...
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
by Reckitt Benckiser, forcing the company to make a public apology. Ata Safdar, the head of Reckitt Benckiser Korea and Japan, was slapped during a news conference in Seoul on Monday where he apologised to the victims for his firm's role in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Princess Mary decides to go without a tiara for formal dinnerwhile royals including Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Princess Madeleine of
Princess Mary decides to go without a tiara for formal dinner
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
while royals including Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Princess Madeleine of Sweden and Princess Takamado of Japan all chose to wear tiaras for the occasion, Princess Mary opted for something a little different. Arriving to the Royal... Read more
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Daily Mail
King Carl XVI Gustaf's 70th birthday celebrations continuewith Queen Margrethe II of Denmark as host of royals from across the globe turn
King Carl XVI Gustaf's 70th birthday celebrations continue
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
with Queen Margrethe II of Denmark as host of royals from across the globe turned out for the bash Princess Takamado from Japan and Prince and Princess Hassan bin Talal of Jordan were in attendance Queen Silvia, 72, took the arm of President of... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The market's most crowded trades could be causing dangerous bubbles'crowding' out in quite a while, but quite frankly that's what [quantitative ea
The market's most crowded trades could be causing dangerous bubbles
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
'crowding' out in quite a while, but quite frankly that's what [quantitative easing] is," said Mike Siegel, global head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management Insurance Investing division. "It's the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan, the ECB going... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The market's most crowded trades could be causing dangerous bubbles'crowding' out in quite a while, but quite frankly that's what [quantitative ea
The market's most crowded trades could be causing dangerous bubbles
Connecticut Post / Posted 4 days ago
'crowding' out in quite a while, but quite frankly that's what [quantitative easing] is," said Mike Siegel, global head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management Insurance Investing division. "It's the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan, the ECB going... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The market's most crowded trades could be causing dangerous bubbles'crowding' out in quite a while, but quite frankly that's what [quantitative ea
The market's most crowded trades could be causing dangerous bubbles
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
'crowding' out in quite a while, but quite frankly that's what [quantitative easing] is," said Mike Siegel, global head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management Insurance Investing division. "It's the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan, the ECB going... Read more
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4d
Newsmax
Goldman Sachs Calls Bonds Expensive as Morgan Stanley Is BullishGoldman Sachs Group Inc. called Treasuries overpriced and said the Federal Rese
Goldman Sachs Calls Bonds Expensive as Morgan Stanley Is Bullish
Newsmax / Posted 4 days ago
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. called Treasuries overpriced and said the Federal Reserve is poised to raise interest rates, clashing with Morgan Stanley’s forecast for a rally. Ten-year Treasuries “look expensive,” based on Goldman’s assessment of a fair... Read more
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Business Insider
The market's most crowded trades could be causing dangerous bubbles'crowding' out in quite a while, but quite frankly that's what [quantitative ea
The market's most crowded trades could be causing dangerous bubbles
Business Insider / Posted 4 days ago
'crowding' out in quite a while, but quite frankly that's what [quantitative easing] is," said Mike Siegel, global head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management Insurance Investing division. "It's the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan, the ECB going... Read more
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Investopedia
Is a Financial Crisis Brewing in China?economy is either going to die a slow and painful death or it’s going to blow u
Is a Financial Crisis Brewing in China?
Investopedia / Posted 5 days ago
economy is either going to die a slow and painful death or it’s going to blow up in an instant one day. It will either be Japan-style deflation, where growth slows for many years, or more like the United States in 2008 when there was a Lehman... Read more
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Finance Asia
up April 29Equity Capital Markets Asia (ex Japan) issuers have raised $3.7 billion 24 dea
up April 29
Finance Asia / Posted 5 days ago
Equity Capital Markets Asia (ex Japan) issuers have raised $3.7 billion 24 deals so far this week, down slightly on the $3.8 billion raised in the same period last week and brings total issuance in the region to $70.3 billion in 2016 so far, down... Read more
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Breitbart
Shining Nation: The America that Could Be: The Rise of Donald Trump Will Force American Patriots to Think Harder —and a Book from 1912 Could Helpoutlines of globalization: During the Cold War, America turned a blind eye to t
Shining Nation: The America that Could Be: The Rise of Donald Trump Will Force American Patriots to Think Harder —and a Book from 1912 Could Help
Breitbart / Posted 5 days ago
outlines of globalization: During the Cold War, America turned a blind eye to the impact of imports from countries such as Japan and West Germany; the thinking in Washington DC was that it was more important to keep those exporting countries snugly... Read more
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Business Standard India
Markets likely to begin May series on a weak note; global markets downderivative contracts with the benchmark indices closing at 3-week low tracking
Markets likely to begin May series on a weak note; global markets down
Business Standard India / Posted 5 days ago
derivative contracts with the benchmark indices closing at 3-week low tracking a sell off in global stocks after Bank of Japan trimmed GDP growth forecast to 1.2% from 1.5% earlier for 2016-17. Further, the central bank also failed to enthuse... Read more
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dna
Ballooning deficitincrease in government spending from rising budget deficit went into the coffer
Ballooning deficit
dna / Posted 5 days ago
increase in government spending from rising budget deficit went into the coffers of already wealthy producers. This is how Goldman Sachs alone could give bonuses of over $20 billion to its executives in 2009, while millions of ordinary Americans... Read more
5d
Zero Hedge
Obama Admits Couldn't "Convince Americans Of 'Recovery'", Bashes 'The Big Short'red or random blackouts at NYSE and others. The ECB with its helicopter money -
Obama Admits Couldn't "Convince Americans Of 'Recovery'", Bashes 'The Big Short'
Zero Hedge / Posted 5 days ago
red or random blackouts at NYSE and others. The ECB with its helicopter money - oh Draghi gonna love this one. I gave up on Japan a long time ago - after not learning one simple lesson for 3 decades I don't even pity them. Now China will join the... Read more
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Market Watch
Here’s why the Bank of Japan meeting is arguably more important than the Fed’sthe world’s most important central bank. But for at least a few hours this even
Here’s why the Bank of Japan meeting is arguably more important than the Fed’s
Market Watch / Posted 7 days ago
the world’s most important central bank. But for at least a few hours this evening, it might be temporarily eclipsed by its Japanese rival, the Bank of Japan. Investors are pricing in essentially no chance of an interest rate hike by the Fed on... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Apple's big earnings misson it and we are closer to a product launch that could plug the gaping hole of
Apple's big earnings miss
TheStreet.com / Posted 7 days ago
on it and we are closer to a product launch that could plug the gaping hole of the next two quarters." Simona Jankowski, Goldman Sachs (Buy, Price target reduced from $155 to $136)"We remove Apple from the CL [Conviction List]...We are... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Nomura outlines deep cost cuts after first quarterly loss in four yearsTOKYO: Japan's biggest brokerage Nomura Holdings posted its first quarterly los
Nomura outlines deep cost cuts after first quarterly loss in four years
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
TOKYO: Japan's biggest brokerage Nomura Holdings posted its first quarterly loss since 2011 on Wednesday and detailed deep cost cuts designed to get its global business back into the black. Volatile financial markets and the Bank of Japan's negative... Read more
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The Star
Nomura slips to Q4 net lossTOKYO: Nomura Holdings Inc, Japan's biggest brokerage, said it slid to its firs
Nomura slips to Q4 net loss
The Star / Posted 7 days ago
TOKYO: Nomura Holdings Inc, Japan's biggest brokerage, said it slid to its first quarterly net loss since 2011 as its wholesale division fell into the red, its retail division weakened and its overseas operations lost money for a sixth straight... Read more
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The Economic Times
Why it is better to stay away from telecom sector: Deepak Shenoy, Capital Mindexpect a huge move a day before expiry but obviously this is result season. You
Why it is better to stay away from telecom sector: Deepak Shenoy, Capital Mind
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
expect a huge move a day before expiry but obviously this is result season. You have got the Fed. You have got the Bank of Japan giving its things tomorrow and so we are going to see some level of movements so I would actually expect news from... Read more
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Business Standard India
Next oil downturn? Looming gasoline glut threatens crude's reboundruining margins," said Oystein Berentsen, managing director for crude at oil tr
Next oil downturn? Looming gasoline glut threatens crude's rebound
Business Standard India / Posted 8 days ago
ruining margins," said Oystein Berentsen, managing director for crude at oil trading firm Strong Petroleum in Singapore. "Japan is exporting and product stocks are still building. In China, new refiners are exporting as much as they can, so... Read more
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International Business Times
US market close: Stocks close lower as investors await Fed meeting to settle at 17,977.24. Earlier in the session, the blue chips were down by as
US market close: Stocks close lower as investors await Fed meeting
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
to settle at 17,977.24. Earlier in the session, the blue chips were down by as much as 148 points, with Caterpillar Inc and Goldman Sachs Group Inc leading declines, MarketWatch reported. Meanwhile, the leading contributor to the average was... Read more
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Newsmax
Next Oil Downturn? Looming Gasoline Glut Threatens Crude's Reboundruining margins," said Oystein Berentsen, managing director for crude at oil tr
Next Oil Downturn? Looming Gasoline Glut Threatens Crude's Rebound
Newsmax / Posted 8 days ago
ruining margins," said Oystein Berentsen, managing director for crude at oil trading firm Strong Petroleum in Singapore. "Japan is exporting and product stocks are still building. In China, new refiners are exporting as much as they can, so... Read more
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Newsmax
Japan's Central Bank Is Now Top 10 Owner of Country's Stock MarketThey may not realize it yet, but Japan Inc.’s executives are increasingly worki
Japan's Central Bank Is Now Top 10 Owner of Country's Stock Market
Newsmax / Posted 9 days ago
They may not realize it yet, but Japan Inc.’s executives are increasingly working for a shareholder unlike any other: the nation’s money-printing central bank. While the Bank of Japan’s name is nowhere to be found in regulatory filings on major... Read more
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Reuters
If Mitsubishi Motors needs help, group firms may look awayA man walks out from Mitsubishi Motors Corp's showroom at its headquarters in T
If Mitsubishi Motors needs help, group firms may look away
Reuters / Posted 9 days ago
A man walks out from Mitsubishi Motors Corp's showroom at its headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, April 21, 2016. TOKYO A decade ago, Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors (7211.T) survived a defect cover-up scandal through a bail-out by other Mitsubishi... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
If Mitsubishi Motors needs help, group firms may look awayTOKYO: A decade ago, Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors survived a defect cov
If Mitsubishi Motors needs help, group firms may look away
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 days ago
TOKYO: A decade ago, Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors survived a defect cover-up scandal through a bail-out by other Mitsubishi Group companies. Now, facing uncertainty and potential liabilities from a new scandal, it may be on its own. Multiple... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Yen Surges Most In 3 Weeks After Goldman's Short RecoJust 24 hours after Goldman Sachs suggests a looming collapse in the Yen (USDJP
Yen Surges Most In 3 Weeks After Goldman's Short Reco
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 days ago
Just 24 hours after Goldman Sachs suggests a looming collapse in the Yen (USDJPY to 130), the Japanese currency is rallying by the most in 3 weeks against the USDollar. Having been hammered on Friday, Yen has rallied back over 100 pips this morning... Read more
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The Financial Express
Next downturn? Why rebound in oil prices from 12-year lows may come to a crashing haltruining margins,” said Oystein Berentsen, managing director for crude at oil tr
Next downturn? Why rebound in oil prices from 12-year lows may come to a crashing halt
The Financial Express / Posted 9 days ago
ruining margins,” said Oystein Berentsen, managing director for crude at oil trading firm Strong Petroleum in Singapore. “Japan is exporting and product stocks are still building. In China, new refiners are exporting as much as they can, so... Read more
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Business Insider
10 things you need to know before the opening bellof trade were less satisfied with both their current situation and their busine
10 things you need to know before the opening bell
Business Insider / Posted 9 days ago
of trade were less satisfied with both their current situation and their business outlook." The euro is up 0.2% at 1.1248. Japan has announced an extra budget to repair earthquake damage. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he would create an... Read more
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Reuters
Next oil downturn? Looming gasoline glut threatens crude's reboundruining margins," said Oystein Berentsen, managing director for crude at oil tr
Next oil downturn? Looming gasoline glut threatens crude's rebound
Reuters / Posted 9 days ago
ruining margins," said Oystein Berentsen, managing director for crude at oil trading firm Strong Petroleum in Singapore. "Japan is exporting and product stocks are still building. In China, new refiners are exporting as much as they can, so... Read more
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Business Standard India
The Tokyo Whale is quietly buying up huge stakes in Japan IncSome analysts predict the BOJ will boost its ETF buying - a move that could com
The Tokyo Whale is quietly buying up huge stakes in Japan Inc
Business Standard India / Posted 9 days ago
Some analysts predict the BOJ will boost its ETF buying - a move that could come as soon as ThursdaySome analysts predict the BOJ will boost its ETF buying - a move that could come as soon... Read more
9d
Zero Hedge
Why Goldman Expects The Japanese Yen To Collapse Within 12 MonthsForget the G-20 agreement on no "competitive devaluations" - the full court pre
Why Goldman Expects The Japanese Yen To Collapse Within 12 Months
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 days ago
Forget the G-20 agreement on no "competitive devaluations" - the full court press on the Bank of Japan to engage in the next round of aggressive currency devaluation is on, just three months after Kuroda unveiled Japan's first negative interest... Read more
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Orange County Register
Is a recession coming next year?U.S. banks and Wall Street are experiencing shrinking revenue. Earlier this wee
Is a recession coming next year?
Orange County Register / Posted 11 days ago
U.S. banks and Wall Street are experiencing shrinking revenue. Earlier this week the Wall Street Journal reported that Goldman Sachs had its worst revenue quarter in 12 years. United Health Group, the largest U.S. health insurer, is bailing... Read more
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TheStreet.com
For Wall Street dealmakers, 2016 can (hopefully) only get betterexpansion in China, plummeting oil and metals prices, and weakness that spurred
For Wall Street dealmakers, 2016 can (hopefully) only get better
TheStreet.com / Posted 12 days ago
expansion in China, plummeting oil and metals prices, and weakness that spurred negative interest rates in both Europe and Japan. Lower oil prices have loosened purse strings in American households, home sales remain strong and unemployment has... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Kuroda To The Rescue: Stocks Rebound After Latest BOJ Rumor Sends Yen Plungingpeople familiar with talks at the BOJ" which is the traditional keyword for a B
Kuroda To The Rescue: Stocks Rebound After Latest BOJ Rumor Sends Yen Plunging
Zero Hedge / Posted 12 days ago
people familiar with talks at the BOJ" which is the traditional keyword for a BOJ source testing out the market's reaction, Japan's central bank may "help" local banks to lend by offering a negative rate on some loans. This happens just months after... Read more
12d
Evening Standard
How the redevelopment of BBC Television Centre will shake up west Londonbathrooms are inspired by the building’s original mosaics. Hidden storage is a
How the redevelopment of BBC Television Centre will shake up west London
Evening Standard / Posted 12 days ago
bathrooms are inspired by the building’s original mosaics. Hidden storage is a highlight, so no need for Marie Kondo, the Japanese de-clutter guru; you can move in with barely more than your clothes and some cutlery. The interiors Suzy Hoodless... Read more
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The Star
Top foreign and local stories at 4pmthat the automaker submitted misleading data on at least one more model than di
Top foreign and local stories at 4pm
The Star / Posted 12 days ago
that the automaker submitted misleading data on at least one more model than disclosed and likely several more. — Reuters Goldman says commodities rally not backed by fundamentals: The recent rally in commodity prices is not supported by... Read more
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