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Exclusive: Wall Street revives Russian bond trading after U.S. go-ahead
Exclusive: Wall Street revives Russian bond trading after U.S. go-ahead

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Wall Street Published by Reuters UK By Davide Barbuscia NEW YORK (Reuters) – Several major Wall Street banks have begun offering to facilitate trades in Russian debt in recent days, according to bank documents seen by Reuters, giving investors another chance to dispose of assets widely seen in the West as toxic. Most U.S. and European banks had pulled back from the market in June after the Treasury Department banned U.S. investors from purchasing any Russian security as part of economic sanctions to punish Moscow for invading Ukraine, according to an investor who holds Russian securities and two banking sources.

更新 9小时之前 来源:reuters.com


Asia shares mixed as China cuts rates, data disappoints
Asia shares mixed as China cuts rates, data disappoints

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Wall Street Published by Reuters By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) – Asian shares turned mixed on Monday after China's central bank trimmed key lending rates as a raft of economic data missed forecasts, underlining the need for more stimulus to support the world's second largest economy. Retail sales and industrial output both rose by less than expected in July, adding to a disappointing reading on new bank lending. The cut in rates helped cushion the blow a little and Chinese blue chips edged up 0.

更新 11小时之前 来源:reuters.com


Marketmind: Fasten your seat belts
Marketmind: Fasten your seat belts

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Wall Street Published by Reuters UK A look at the day ahead in markets from Anshuman Daga Just as investors were starting to get more confident about a soft landing for the world's largest economy, with strong jobs growth and cooling inflation, China is playing spoilsport. A slew of data from the second-largest economy missed market forecasts on Monday, forcing the central bank to unexpectedly cut key lending rates in a bid to shore up demand. Hobbled by Beijing's zero-COVID policy and a property-sector slowdown, industrial output growth missed estimates, while retail sales grew but below the 3.

更新 9小时之前 来源:reuters.com


Wall St set to open lower after chipmaker Micron's dour warning
Wall St set to open lower after chipmaker Micron's dour warning

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Wall Street Published by Reuters By Bansari Mayur Kamdar and Aniruddha Ghosh (Reuters) -Wall Street was set to open lower on Tuesday after a dismal forecast from Micron Technology dragged chip stocks lower, while investors remained cautious ahead of inflation data that will feed into the U.S. Federal Reserve's rate-hike plans. A high inflation print on Wednesday, following last week's strong jobs numbers, will likely push the Fed to continue with jumbo rate hikes and weigh on a recent recovery in stocks.

更新 6天之前 来源:reuters.com


Wall Street Breakfast: Disney Jumps Parks Surge Leads Easy
Wall Street Breakfast: Disney Jumps Parks Surge Leads Easy

作者:Wall Street Breakfast

This article was written byWall Street Breakfast, Seeking Alpha's flagship daily business news summary, is a one-page summary that gives you a rapid overview of the day's key financial news. It's designed for easy readability on the site or by email (including on mobile devices), and is published before 7:00 AM ET every market day. Wall Street Breakfast readership of over 1.6 million includes many from the investment-banking and fund-management industries. Sign up here to receive the Wall Street Breakfast in your inbox every business day: http://seekingalpha.

更新 4天之前 来源:seekingalpha.com


Wall Street Breakfast August 10: CPI Seen Easing in July
Wall Street Breakfast August 10: CPI Seen Easing in July

作者:Wall Street Breakfast

This article was written byWall Street Breakfast, Seeking Alpha's flagship daily business news summary, is a one-page summary that gives you a rapid overview of the day's key financial news. It's designed for easy readability on the site or by email (including on mobile devices), and is published before 7:00 AM ET every market day. Wall Street Breakfast readership of over 1.6 million includes many from the investment-banking and fund-management industries. Sign up here to receive the Wall Street Breakfast in your inbox every business day: http://seekingalpha.

更新 5天之前 来源:seekingalpha.com


Wall Street Breakfast: Biden Poised to Sign Off on CHIPS Act
Wall Street Breakfast: Biden Poised to Sign Off on CHIPS Act

作者:Wall Street Breakfast

This article was written byWall Street Breakfast, Seeking Alpha's flagship daily business news summary, is a one-page summary that gives you a rapid overview of the day's key financial news. It's designed for easy readability on the site or by email (including on mobile devices), and is published before 7:00 AM ET every market day. Wall Street Breakfast readership of over 1.6 million includes many from the investment-banking and fund-management industries. Sign up here to receive the Wall Street Breakfast in your inbox every business day: http://seekingalpha.

更新 6天之前 来源:seekingalpha.com


Wall Street Breakfast: New listed homes drop most since 2020
Wall Street Breakfast: New listed homes drop most since 2020

作者:Wall Street Breakfast

This article was written byWall Street Breakfast, Seeking Alpha's flagship daily business news summary, is a one-page summary that gives you a rapid overview of the day's key financial news. It's designed for easy readability on the site or by email (including on mobile devices), and is published before 7:00 AM ET every market day. Wall Street Breakfast readership of over 1.6 million includes many from the investment-banking and fund-management industries. Sign up here to receive the Wall Street Breakfast in your inbox every business day: http://seekingalpha.

更新 3天之前 来源:seekingalpha.com


Wall Street is more hawkish than the Fed and that suggests continued upside for stocks as sentiment improves, Fundstrat says
Wall Street is more hawkish than the Fed and that suggests continued upside for stocks as sentiment improves, Fundstrat says

作者:Matthew Fox

Wall Street has turned more hawkish than the Federal Reserve when it comes to interest rate hikes, and that sets up a bullish counter trade for stock market investors, according to Fundstrat's Tom Lee.In a Friday note, Lee highlighted the fact that sell side economists expects the Fed to continue hiking interest rates through 2023 to as high as 5%. That's well ahead of Fed expectations, and it doesn't account for the reality that recent data shows inflation is cooling off in a big way.Oil prices have been on the decline for two months, CPI in July fell below expectations, and July import prices saw its biggest decline since April 2020.

更新 3天之前 来源:businessinsider.com


Japanese shares rise on Wall Street optimism, strong earnings
Japanese shares rise on Wall Street optimism, strong earnings

作者:Reuters

TOKYO, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Japanese shares rose on Monday, catching the tailwind from a bounce on Wall Street, as upbeat corporate earnings lifted risk appetite and prompted investors to scoop up stocks. The Nikkei jumped 0.99% to 28,830.90 by the midday break. The benchmark extended gains after hitting a seven-month high on Friday. The broader Topix was up 0.51% at 1,983.22. Wall Street closed higher on Friday, as signs that inflation may have peaked in July increased investor confidence a bull market could be underway and spurred the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq to post their fourth straight weekly gain.

更新 11小时之前 来源:yahoo.com


ASX set to open lower as Wall Street retreats
ASX set to open lower as Wall Street retreats

作者:Damian Troise

Stocks turned mixed in afternoon trading on Wall Street on Monday as investors prepare for a busy week of updates on inflation. The S&P 500 gave up its early gains and was down 0.2 per cent in late trade. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 10 points, or less than 0.1 per cent, to 32,814 and the Nasdaq slipped 0.3 per cent. The Australian sharemarket is set to start the day lower with futures at 5.04am AEST pointing to a fall of 17 points, or 0.3 per cent at the open. Wall Street has made an uncertain start to the week.

更新 7天之前 来源:smh.com.au


You Got the Big Job Offer. What If You Don't Want It?
You Got the Big Job Offer. What If You Don't Want It?

作者:Rachel Feintzeig

You can say no to a new position or assignment, gracefully–and keep your options intact MARGEAUX WALTER FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

更新 10小时之前 来源:wsj.com


Exclusive-Wall Street revives Russian bond trading after U.S. go-ahead
Exclusive-Wall Street revives Russian bond trading after U.S. go-ahead

作者:Davide Barbuscia

Exclusive-Wall Street revives Russian bond trading after U.S. go-ahead FILE PHOTO: Raindrops hang on a sign for Wall Street outside the New York Stock Exchange in New York By Davide Barbuscia NEW YORK (Reuters) - Several major Wall Street banks have begun offering to facilitate trades in Russian debt in recent days, according to bank documents seen by Reuters, giving investors another chance to dispose of assets widely seen in the West as toxic. Most U.S. and European banks had pulled back from the market in June after the Treasury Department banned U.

更新 10小时之前 来源:yahoo.com


Wall Street, Like the Climate Bill, Bets on Both Green Energy and Fossil Fuels
Wall Street, Like the Climate Bill, Bets on Both Green Energy and Fossil Fuels

作者:Amrith Ramkumar

Money is a sticking point in climate-change negotiations around the world. As economists warn that limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius will cost many more trillions than anticipated, WSJ looks at how the funds could be spent, and who would pay. Illustration: Preston Jessee/WSJBy Amrith RamkumarAug. 14, 2022 5:30 am ETListen to article(2 minutes)The climate-and-energy legislation that Congress just passed includes spending for both renewables startups and fossil-fuel producers—a broad, even if seemingly contradictory, strategy that many on Wall Street are already pursuing.

更新 昨天 来源:wsj.com


Samsung Exec Explains Why the Company's Folding Phones Are So Important to Its Business
Samsung Exec Explains Why the Company's Folding Phones Are So Important to Its Business

作者:Lily Yang

Roh Tae-moon, a chief architect of Samsung's foldable phones, told the Wall Street Journal that the foldable phones are attracting three times more brand switchers than Samsung's conventional Galaxy S flagship handsets. The head of Samsung's mobile business, Roh Tae-moon, recently explained to The Wall Street Journal why folding phones are so important to the company's business. Roh said in the report that Samsung's foldable phones are attracting three times more brand switchers than Samsung's regular Galaxy S phones.

更新 3天之前 来源:cnbc.com


Wall Street Rallies After Another Sign of Cooling Inflation
Wall Street Rallies After Another Sign of Cooling Inflation

作者:Stan Choe

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (STAN CHOE) Updated on Share this article New York (AP) -- Wall Street is rallying again Thursday after another encouraging dose of data showed inflation cooled last month. The S&P 500 was 1% higher following a report showing inflation at the wholesale level slowed more than economists expected in July. It bolstered hopes that inflation may be close to a peak and that the Federal Reserve won't be as aggressive about raising interest rates as feared.

更新 4天之前 来源:bloomberg.com


Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Coinbase, Sweetgreen, Roblox and more
Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Coinbase, Sweetgreen, Roblox and more

作者:Carmen Reinicke

Check out the companies making headlines in after hours trading. Coinbase – Coinbase fell more than 3.5% in afterhours trading after reporting quarterly earnings. The company missed analyst expectations on both revenue and earnings, partially due to the "crypto winter" seen in the second quarter. Roblox – Roblox shed nearly 14% postmarket Tuesday after the company's quarterly earnings came in below Wall Street expectations. Roblox reported a loss of 30 cents per share and $639.9 million in revenue, versus analysts' estimate of a loss of 21 cents on $644.

更新 6天之前 来源:cnbc.com


Robinhood may need to join forces with a larger Wall Street rival
Robinhood may need to join forces with a larger Wall Street rival

作者:Paul R. La Monica

A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here.New York (CNN Business)Robinhood, as its name suggests, was designed to take the power of the stock market away from the rich fat cats on Wall Street and hand it over to regular people.Now, ironically, Robinhood may need to join forces with one of the very titans of Wall Street that the stock and crypto trading company was trying to unseat.Robinhood reported a big loss, a drop in active users and its second round of layoffs of 2022 in early August.

更新 昨天 来源:cnn.com


Wall Street banks revive trading Russian debt two months after White House economic sanctions
Wall Street banks revive trading Russian debt two months after White House economic sanctions

作者:Reuters

Several major Wall Street banks have begun offering to facilitate trades in Russian debt in recent days, according to bank documents seen by Reuters, giving investors another chance to dispose of assets widely seen in the West as toxic. Most U.S. and European banks had pulled back from the market in June after the Treasury Department banned U.S. investors from purchasing any Russian security as part of economic sanctions to punish Moscow for invading Ukraine, according to an investor who holds Russian securities and two banking sources.

更新 8小时之前 来源:dailymail.co.uk


Wall Street revives trading Russian debt two months after sanctions
Wall Street revives trading Russian debt two months after sanctions

作者:Reuters

Published: 01:54 EDT, 15 August 2022 | Updated: 01:55 EDT, 15 August 2022 Several major Wall Street banks have begun offering to facilitate trades in Russian debt in recent days, according to bank documents seen by Reuters, giving investors another chance to dispose of assets widely seen in the West as toxic.Most U.S. and European banks had pulled back from the market in June after the Treasury Department banned U.S. investors from purchasing any Russian security as part of economic sanctions to punish Moscow for invading Ukraine, according to an investor who holds Russian securities and two banking sources.

更新 8小时之前 来源:dailymail.co.uk


FTSE 100 Live: US inflation set to fall, Elon Musk sells Tesla shares
FTSE 100 Live: US inflation set to fall, Elon Musk sells Tesla shares

作者:City Staff

1660114836Investors will be hoping today's US inflation reading for July marks the start of a decline in the annual rate, having peaked at 9.1% in June.Forecasts suggest a figure of 8.7%, but Wall Street will also be looking for any signs that price pressures have become entrenched in the US economy.The core inflation figure, which excludes energy costs, has posted three consecutive monthly declines since its peak in March but is forecast to move up to 6.1%.A bigger-than-expected move in either direction is likely to have an impact on expectations for US interest rates, which currently stand in the region of 2.

更新 5天之前 来源:standard.co.uk


Weekend Bite: Are Companies Hoarding Labor With Sam Ro (Video)
Weekend Bite: Are Companies Hoarding Labor With Sam Ro (Video)

作者:Wall Street Breakfast

This week, Sam Ro, CFA, Founder of TKer newsletter, joins us to discuss labor hoarding, the inflation report, and the infamous meme stock craze. Kim Khan also shares what investors need to watch for next week in regards to the housing market in Catalyst Watch! This article was written byWall Street Breakfast, Seeking Alpha's flagship daily business news summary, is a one-page summary that gives you a rapid overview of the day's key financial news. It's designed for easy readability on the site or by email (including on mobile devices), and is published before 7:00 AM ET every market day.

更新 3天之前 来源:seekingalpha.com


Weekend Bite: Are Companies Hoarding Labor With Sam Ro (Podcast)
Weekend Bite: Are Companies Hoarding Labor With Sam Ro (Podcast)

作者:Wall Street Breakfast

This week, Sam Ro, CFA, Founder of TKer newsletter, joins us to discuss labor hoarding, the inflation report, and the infamous meme stock craze. Kim Khan also shares what investors need to watch for next week in regards to the housing market in Catalyst Watch! This article was written byWall Street Breakfast, Seeking Alpha's flagship daily business news summary, is a one-page summary that gives you a rapid overview of the day's key financial news. It's designed for easy readability on the site or by email (including on mobile devices), and is published before 7:00 AM ET every market day.

更新 2天之前 来源:seekingalpha.com


Britain plans for organised blackouts in January – Bloomberg News
Britain plans for organised blackouts in January – Bloomberg News

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Wall Street Published by Reuters UK (Reuters) – Britain is making plans for organised blackouts for industry and households over winter when cold weather may coincide with gas shortages, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday. Electricity capacity shortfall could total about a sixth of peak demand, according to the government's latest 'reasonable worst-case scenario,' even after emergency coal plants have been put to use, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the government's planning. Under that outlook, coupled with below-average temperatures and reduced electricity imports from Norway and France, Britain could be expose… Read More Related Related Articles More In Wall Street Published by Raw Story By Matthew Chapman The FBI search warrant executed on Monday at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago country .

更新 6天之前 来源:reuters.com


Flush with cash, Pfizer buys Global Blood Therapeutics in $5.4 billion deal
Flush with cash, Pfizer buys Global Blood Therapeutics in $5.4 billion deal

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Wall Street Published by Reuters UK (Reuters) -Pfizer Inc is boosting its pipeline with a $5.4 billion deal for blood disorder drugmaker Global Blood Therapeutics, the latest in a series of acquisitions to combat a potential slowdown in COVID-19 products demand as cases fall. Pfizer said on Monday it will pay $68.50 per share, representing a premium of 7.3% to Global Blood stock's Friday closing and a 42.7% premium to Thursday's closing, before the Wall Street Journal reported that Pfizer was in advanced talks to acquire the company.

更新 7天之前 来源:reuters.com


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