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The Age
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsas investors on Friday dumped shares, moved into highly-rated bonds and bought
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
The Age / Posted 14 minutes ago
as investors on Friday dumped shares, moved into highly-rated bonds and bought other safe-haven assets such as gold and the Japanese yen. However, despite initial panic, equity losses across many markets were trimmed in late trading, and sterling,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsas investors on Friday dumped shares, moved into highly-rated bonds and bought
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
as investors on Friday dumped shares, moved into highly-rated bonds and bought other safe-haven assets such as gold and the Japanese yen. However, despite initial panic, equity losses across many markets were trimmed in late trading, and sterling,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsas investors on Friday dumped shares, moved into highly-rated bonds and bought
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
as investors on Friday dumped shares, moved into highly-rated bonds and bought other safe-haven assets such as gold and the Japanese yen. However, despite initial panic, equity losses across many markets were trimmed in late trading, and sterling,... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Trade Invoicing in Major Currencies in the 1970S-1990S: Lessons for Renminbi Internationalisationin pre-1999 Europe. Or, it might fail to become either a global or a regional c
Trade Invoicing in Major Currencies in the 1970S-1990S: Lessons for Renminbi Internationalisation
Naked Capitalism / Posted 2 hours ago
in pre-1999 Europe. Or, it might fail to become either a global or a regional currency, as has been the case with the Japanese yen. While one cannot predict the future of the RMB, some lessons can be learned from history. Several researchers... Read more
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TheBull
World stocks tumble after Brexit votethe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour
World stocks tumble after Brexit vote
TheBull / Posted 9 hours ago
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose nearly 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Impact of Brexitmajor ripples in the world economies, with the Sterling pound and the Euro plun
Impact of Brexit
Sunday Observer / Posted 14 hours ago
major ripples in the world economies, with the Sterling pound and the Euro plunging to a record low with the US dollar and Japanese yen gaining on their loss.H.M.G.S. PalihakkaraHarsha de SilvaRohitha Bogollagama While foreign affairs experts... Read more
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Sunday Observer
FeaturesImpact of Brexit The decision by the British to withdraw from the European Unio
Features
Sunday Observer / Posted 14 hours ago
Impact of Brexit The decision by the British to withdraw from the European Union have caused major ripples in the world economies, with the Sterling pound and the Euro plunging to a record low with the US dollar and Japanese yen gaining on their lo... Read more
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The Financial Express
Market Review: Sensex shows weekly loss of 228 points on Brexitthe pound to conclude at 93.13 from last Friday’s level of 95.86 and also firme
Market Review: Sensex shows weekly loss of 228 points on Brexit
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
the pound to conclude at 93.13 from last Friday’s level of 95.86 and also firmed up against the euro to settle at 74.80 from 75.53 previously. Further, the rupee fell against the Japanese Yen to 66.26 per 100 yen compared with 64.38 last w... Read more
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Business Standard India
World stocks tumble as Britain votes for EU exitthe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor
World stocks tumble as Britain votes for EU exit
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose over 4% and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note fell to a... Read more
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Times of Malta
Stocks tumble after Brexit votethe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour
Stocks tumble after Brexit vote
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose nearly five per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note... Read more
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Calcutta News
‘EU’s dead!’ Britain leaves European Union, Northern Ireland and Scotland invited to stayin global markets as well, with Japan’s Topix closing 7.3 percent lower and the
‘EU’s dead!’ Britain leaves European Union, Northern Ireland and Scotland invited to stay
Calcutta News / Posted yesterday
in global markets as well, with Japan’s Topix closing 7.3 percent lower and the Nikkei index falling 7.9 percent. The Japanese Yen also stood up as a hero currency during turmoil, shooting up 7.2 percent to 98.92. Swiss Franc also rose to... Read more
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The Financial Express
How Brexit wrought carnage for India’s UK linked companiesremain stable. “We expect Brexit and consequent events to weaken risk appetite,
How Brexit wrought carnage for India’s UK linked companies
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
remain stable. “We expect Brexit and consequent events to weaken risk appetite, leading to flight to safe havens such as Japanese yen, gold, etc. The Indian rupee should remain under pressure, in line with the EM peers. However, stable macro... Read more
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The Financial Express
Brexit ravages the rupee; here’s what you should knowBritish pound plunged 11.08% to 1.32 to the dollar on Friday before recovering
Brexit ravages the rupee; here’s what you should know
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
British pound plunged 11.08% to 1.32 to the dollar on Friday before recovering to 1.37. Most Asian currencies except the Japanese yen ended in the red. The Indonesian rupiah was down 1.06%, Thai baht fell by 0.62%, Malaysian ringgit by 1.86%, and... Read more
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dna
Rupee gets pounded, falls 72 paise on Brexitwith higher interest rates in the second half of 2017. Central banks in countri
Rupee gets pounded, falls 72 paise on Brexit
dna / Posted yesterday
with higher interest rates in the second half of 2017. Central banks in countries with "safe haven" currencies, notably the Japanese yen and the Swiss franc, may also come under pressure to ease policy to prevent these currencies rising a lot... Read more
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The Financial Express
India set to take $26 bn hit; Raghuram Rajan looks to soften belowthe pound, it’s a consequence of this mass movement. These have consequences ac
India set to take $26 bn hit; Raghuram Rajan looks to soften below
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
the pound, it’s a consequence of this mass movement. These have consequences across the world.” He added that since the Japanese yen has appreciated hugely, Japanese authorities would be worried what it means; but currencies do help adjustments.... Read more
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The Star
Global stock markets lose US$2tril in value after Brexitthe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor
Global stock markets lose US$2tril in value after Brexit
The Star / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose nearly 4 percent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury note... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
The economic impact of UK departure from EU in the U.S., WisconsinU.S. treasuries," said Segura. "The U.S. dollar has appreciated against all for
The economic impact of UK departure from EU in the U.S., Wisconsin
WAOW Wausau / Posted yesterday
U.S. treasuries," said Segura. "The U.S. dollar has appreciated against all foreign currencies -- with the exception of the Japanese Yen." Many Americans are concerned about how their retirement portfolios will be impacted from the split. Wealth... Read more
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Newsmax
Crispin Odey Among Brexit Winners in Hedge-Fund Community Amid Market Chaospound would fall against the U.S. dollar, according to data from Lyxor. A furth
Crispin Odey Among Brexit Winners in Hedge-Fund Community Amid Market Chaos
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
pound would fall against the U.S. dollar, according to data from Lyxor. A further 12 percent was allocated on bets that the Japanese yen would gain. Another of Odey’s firm’s funds, Absolute Return Focus, was up about 6 percent Friday, due to short... Read more
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CNBC
Rolling risk clouds for stocks aheadFBN Securities. "It's pretty much, people are going to wait a bit, take the wee
Rolling risk clouds for stocks ahead
CNBC / Posted yesterday
FBN Securities. "It's pretty much, people are going to wait a bit, take the weekend and see how the futures open up." The Japanese yen briefly crossed below 100 against the U.S. dollar overnight for the first time since late 2013 and was last... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
World stocks tumble as Britain votes for EU exitthe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor
World stocks tumble as Britain votes for EU exit
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose nearly 4 percent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury note... Read more
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Herald Sun
World stocks tumble after Brexit votethe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour
World stocks tumble after Brexit vote
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose nearly 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Global financial markets tumble following EU exitcentral banks. Risk assets were scorched as investors fled to the traditional
Global financial markets tumble following EU exit
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
central banks. Risk assets were scorched as investors fled to the traditional safe harbors of top-rated government debt, Japanese yen and gold. Billions were wiped from share values as Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) futures fell 7... Read more
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Perth Now
World stocks tumble after Brexit votethe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour
World stocks tumble after Brexit vote
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose nearly 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note... Read more
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Adelaide Now
World stocks tumble after Brexit votethe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour
World stocks tumble after Brexit vote
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose nearly 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note... Read more
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The Courier Mail
World stocks tumble after Brexit votethe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour
World stocks tumble after Brexit vote
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbour assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose nearly 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brexit vote: Global sharemarkets lose trillionsthe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor
Brexit vote: Global sharemarkets lose trillions
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose over 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note fell... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Obama moves to quell US market uncertainty after Brexit votetraders like Jon Najarian realise there are knock-on implications in the short
Obama moves to quell US market uncertainty after Brexit vote
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
traders like Jon Najarian realise there are knock-on implications in the short term for other nations. "Obviously Japanese Yen [is] making about a 4 per cent move today. Big move for the Yen. Not good for [Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brexit vote: Global sharemarkets lose trillionsthe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor
Brexit vote: Global sharemarkets lose trillions
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose over 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note fell... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
World markets ‘ugly’ after Britain leaves European Unioninvestors poured money into perceived safe havens. Other popular places to stas
World markets ‘ugly’ after Britain leaves European Union
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted yesterday
investors poured money into perceived safe havens. Other popular places to stash money right now are U.S. Treasuries, the Japanese yen, the Swiss franc and even Bitcoin. 4) Cameron out: Prime Minister David Cameron, who campaigned against an... Read more
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WA Today
Brexit vote: Global sharemarkets lose trillionsthe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor
Brexit vote: Global sharemarkets lose trillions
WA Today / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose over 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note fell... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Dow plunges 650 points as U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global marketswho are looking to take advantage of the situation as and where they can.” Inv
Dow plunges 650 points as U.K. ‘earthquake’ crushes global markets
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted yesterday
who are looking to take advantage of the situation as and where they can.” Investors turned to safe haven assets like the Japanese yen, which soared against the dollar. Gold jumped over 4%. “The markets have been betting on ‘remain’ in the past... Read more
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The Age
Brexit vote: Global shares lose trillions overnightthe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor
Brexit vote: Global shares lose trillions overnight
The Age / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose over 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note fell... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit vote: Global shares lose trillions overnightthe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor
Brexit vote: Global shares lose trillions overnight
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose over 4 per cent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury note fell... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
US stocks end sharply lower after British vote to leave the EUwho are looking to take advantage of the situation as and where they can.” Inv
US stocks end sharply lower after British vote to leave the EU
WGN TV Chicago / Posted yesterday
who are looking to take advantage of the situation as and where they can.” Investors turned to safe haven assets like the Japanese yen, which soared against the dollar. Gold jumped over 4%. “The markets have been betting on ‘remain’ in the past... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Britain has voted to leave the European Union: What you need to knowinvestors poured money into perceived safe havens. Other popular places to stas
Britain has voted to leave the European Union: What you need to know
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted yesterday
investors poured money into perceived safe havens. Other popular places to stash money right now are U.S. Treasuries, the Japanese yen, the Swiss franc and even Bitcoin. 4) Cameron out: Prime Minister David Cameron, who campaigned against an... Read more
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Business Standard India
Rupee might escape currency bloodbath with minor injuriesthe pound sterling. At the time of market close in India, all Asian currencies
Rupee might escape currency bloodbath with minor injuries
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
the pound sterling. At the time of market close in India, all Asian currencies were down against the dollar except for the Japanese yen. The fall was led by South Korean won, losing 2.44 per cent. The dollar index, which measures the greenback’s... Read more
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Business Standard India
Brexit brings out the bearscent of GDP. The turmoil saw investors piling on to safe-haven bets bolstering
Brexit brings out the bears
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
cent of GDP. The turmoil saw investors piling on to safe-haven bets bolstering prices of gold, developed world bonds and Japanese yen. Oil prices fell nearly five per cent. Asian markets led by Japan also posted sharp losses between two and seven... Read more
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Business Standard India
Brexit aftermath: Rupee may escape currency bloodbath with minor injuriesthe pound sterling. At the time of market close in India, all Asian currencies
Brexit aftermath: Rupee may escape currency bloodbath with minor injuries
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
the pound sterling. At the time of market close in India, all Asian currencies were down against the dollar except for the Japanese yen. The fall was led by South Korean won, losing 2.44 per cent. The dollar index, which measures the greenback’s... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Dow plunges over 600 points as U.K. 'earthquake' crushes global marketswho are looking to take advantage of the situation as and where they can." Inv
Dow plunges over 600 points as U.K. 'earthquake' crushes global markets
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted yesterday
who are looking to take advantage of the situation as and where they can." Investors turned to safe haven assets like the Japanese yen, which soared against the dollar. Gold jumped over 4%. "The markets have been betting on 'remain' in the past... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Dow plummets 611 points following U.K. vote to leave European Unionwho are looking to take advantage of the situation as and where they can.” Inv
Dow plummets 611 points following U.K. vote to leave European Union
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted yesterday
who are looking to take advantage of the situation as and where they can.” Investors turned to safe haven assets like the Japanese yen, which soared against the dollar. Gold jumped over 4%. “The markets have been betting on ‘remain’ in the past... Read more
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NBC News
Brexit Backlash: Dow Closes Down More Than 600 Pointsby the winning "Leave" vote, global investors fled the market in search of safe
Brexit Backlash: Dow Closes Down More Than 600 Points
NBC News / Posted yesterday
by the winning "Leave" vote, global investors fled the market in search of safe havens such as gold, the Japanese yen, and U.S. Treasuries. As investors scrambled for any port in a storm, the dollar rose by more than 3 percent —... Read more
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Inquirier.net
PH economy seen to weather ‘Brexit’the uncertainty as to what would happen after a Brexit is causing people to swi
PH economy seen to weather ‘Brexit’
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
the uncertainty as to what would happen after a Brexit is causing people to switch to safe haven currencies—like US dollar, Japanese yen, Swiss franc—and safe haven financial products like sovereign bonds,” Tan said. ING Bank Manila senior... Read more
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CBS News
Why Brexit is so scarythis because of their European bond holdings and exposure to the newly defined
Why Brexit is so scary
CBS News / Posted yesterday
this because of their European bond holdings and exposure to the newly defined local economy, were crushed. A surge in the Japanese yen smashed popular currency carry trades and torpedoed the Nikkei 225 index to a loss of 1,286 points or a... Read more
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Reuters
World stocks tumble as Britain votes for EU exitthe 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor
World stocks tumble as Britain votes for EU exit
Reuters / Posted yesterday
the 28-member bloc by prompting more referendums. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose over 4 percent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury note... Read more
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The Hindu
World stocks routed on Brexitof $1 trillion Risk assets were scorched as investors fled to the traditional s
World stocks routed on Brexit
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
of $1 trillion Risk assets were scorched as investors fled to the traditional safe-harbors of top-rated government debt, Japanese yen and gold. Almost $1 trillion had been lost from European share prices ahead of what is expected to be a nearly... Read more
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The Irish Times
Global markets dive on Brexit shock as focus turns to Spanish votewarned within hours of the UK’s decision that the event will reduce its profit
Global markets dive on Brexit shock as focus turns to Spanish vote
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
warned within hours of the UK’s decision that the event will reduce its profit growth this year. Money flowed into the Japanese yen, gold and US government bonds - traditional safe havens. Ireland’s benchmark 10-year bonds have had a choppy... Read more
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The Financial Express
World stocks tumble as Britain votes for EU exitof emergency policy easing from major central banks. The traditional safe-harb
World stocks tumble as Britain votes for EU exit
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
of emergency policy easing from major central banks. The traditional safe-harbor assets of top-rated government debt, the Japanese yen and gold all jumped. Spot gold rose more than 5 percent and the yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Brexit: A look at the winners and loserscurrencies: Investors are pushing into haven currencies. The U.S. dollar rose a
Brexit: A look at the winners and losers
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
currencies: Investors are pushing into haven currencies. The U.S. dollar rose against most currencies, as did Japanese yen and Swiss francs. The Canadian dollar also advanced, although to a lesser degree. Scottish nationalists: Nicola... Read more
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Quartz
Yes, Brexit can hurt the US economydollar. The greenback has surged against the pound, the euro, the Swiss franc,
Yes, Brexit can hurt the US economy
Quartz / Posted yesterday
dollar. The greenback has surged against the pound, the euro, the Swiss franc, and the Australian and Canadian dollars. The Japanese yen—also viewed as a global safe haven asset—has risen by even more than the US dollar. The surge today only adds... Read more
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Pilipino Star
BSP acts to calm financial marketsof Britain to leave EU would result in market volatility as investors shift to
BSP acts to calm financial markets
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
of Britain to leave EU would result in market volatility as investors shift to safe haven currencies such as the dollar and Japanese yen. “As expected, the dollar and yen benefited as safe haven currencies. While regional currencies are down, the... Read more
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