china Donald Trump Dow Jones Market News 

Dow Tilts Sideways as Pivotal Trump Speech Leaves Markets Paralyzed

The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq secured minimal momentum on Tuesday. Investors are on edge ahead of a pivotal Trump speech at the Economic Club of New York. The president is praising the “BOOMING” economy and stock market. The stock market’s near-paralysis continued on Tuesday, leaving the Dow tilting sideways ahead of a pivotal Trump speech that Wall Street will scrutinize for clues about the true state of the US-China trade deal. Dow Remains Paralyzed amid Trade War Confusion Wall Street’s major indices traded flat following the opening bell. The…

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Dow Jones hong kong Market News 

Dow Futures Plunge 100 Points as Police Open Fire on Hong Kong Protestors

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures crashed more than 100 points overnight. Hong Kong turns violent as one police officer opens fire on protestors and one man set on fire. Asian stock markets rattled, sending ripple effect into US stock futures. Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures tumbled in early trading Monday, pointing to a weak stock market open. It comes after renewed violence in Hong Kong which saw at least one protestor shot by police. Global stock markets withdrew into risk-off mode as the Hong Kong chaos put geopolitical…

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federal reserve Market News US Treasury Bond 

The “Scary Recession Warning” CNBC Says Is Gone Will Be Back Very Soon

A CNBC article claims that the bond market’s “scary recession warning” has gone away. Although the yield curve is no longer inverted, it’s behaving exactly as it would before a major recession. New York Fed’s repo operations continued on Thursday with a massive $115.14 billion injection. U.S. government debt yields extended their steep recovery this week, underpinned by optimism that the United States and China were nearing an interim trade agreement. With bond yields surging, CNBC reported Thursday that “the scary recession warning everyone was talking about has gone away.”…

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Donald Trump Dow Jones Market News peter navarro 

Dow Flinches After Trump Tariff Gambit Suffers ‘Fierce’ Retaliation

The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq tilted sideways on Friday. The stock market’s rally balked at reports that the US and China may not have agreed to roll back tariffs. Now, one columnist warns the markets are “one tweet away” from a trade war “hangover.” A hesitant Dow Jones sputtered toward a slim decline on Friday after reports emerged that the Trump administration’s tariff rollback faced “fierce” opposition within the White House. Dow Closes Spectacular Week in Uninspiring Fashion Following a buoyant week, the US stock market’s major indices failed…

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Business News Market News saudi arabia Travis Kalanick Uber 

Uber Founder Cut $400 Million Deal With Saudi Arabia 3 Months After Khashoggi Chopping

Uber co-founder’s newest startup received $400 million from Saudia Arabia’s PIF 11 months ago. PIF’s investment in Uber is over $1 billion in the red since the IPO. The report comes just over a year since the brutal murder of Jamal Khashoggi. Despite Uber’s poor showing, Saudi Arabia’s appetite for investing in U.S. startups shows no signs of waning with the country now adding a kitchen rental startup to its portfolio. This is despite the negative press the country received following the murder of Washington Post columnist and U.S. resident…

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bitcoin Cryptocurrency News Market News Opinion ray dalio 

Ray Dalio Says ‘World Has Gone Mad’ and Bitcoin Crowd Cheers

Ray Dalio is making many friends in the crypto community after sounding the alarm about the perilous conditions in the financial system. In a post entitled “The World Has Gone Mad and the System Is Broken,” the billionaire hedge fund manager outlines why something has to give amid unsustainable circumstances comprised of free money, government deficits,  underfunded pension and healthcare systems, and a rising wealth gap. Dalio mentions bitcoin zero times. But he strikes the right chords with themes such as the Fed printing money and the threat of “three…

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Donald Trump Dow Jones Market News 

Dow Futures Rip Higher but China Deal Dangles $375 Billion Bomb

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures ripped 70 points higher on Tuesday, pointing to another strong day on the stock market. Investor optimism remains high as Trump and Xi Jinping are expected to sign partial trade deal in November. But question marks remain over $375 billion existing tariffs and China’s commitment to buy US agriculture. Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures jumped higher on Tuesday morning, extending Monday’s record-breaking trading session. Global stock markets were propelled higher on hopes of Trump and Xi Jinping inking a partial trade deal within…

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Market News MSCI AC Asia Pacific ex Japan Index 

Wall Street’s Lost Decade Could Be Emerging Asia’s to Reap

Portfolios with exposure to U.S. stocks and bonds could be heading for a decade of lackluster growth, according to Morgan Stanley. Emerging Asia stocks offer a sound alternative as economies like India, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand have more to offer investors. MSCI AC Asia Pacific ex Japan Index has generated gross returns of more than 356% October 2004. Faced with diminishing growth prospects at home, investors in the United States and Europe are increasingly looking to Emerging Asia to grow their portfolios. The region has experienced miraculous growth…

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Business News CVS Disney Market News peloton Uber 

Stock Market Braces for UBER, PTON, CVS, and DIS Earnings

This could be another bumper week for markets as more big-name firms are due to release their third-quarter earnings. Market-moving economic numbers are scant, though, with the Fed set to release Q3 productivity figures on Wednesday and September’s consumer credit report on Thursday. This week will be a big one for 2019’s IPOs as both Uber and Peloton reveal their Q3 results. So far, performance among firms with IPO’s in 2019 have been underwhelming at best, so the numbers will either underscore the poor quality of the year’s IPOs or…

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Boris Johnson Brexit DUP Market News 

Pound Collapses as Brexit Deal Crumbles in Flames

Any hopes of securing a last-minute Brexit deal today went up in flames as the Northern Irish Democratic Union Party (DUP) said they couldn’t support Boris Johnson’s latest proposals “as it stands”. The British pound immediately fell 0.6% against the dollar. In a statement issued on Twitter, the DUP outlined: “We have been involved in ongoing discussions with the Government. As things stand, we could not support what is being suggested on customs and consent issues and there is a lack of clarity on VAT. We will continue to try…

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