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US trade deficit grows 12.1% in Trump’s first year

US trade deficit grows 12.1% in Trump’s first year

President has so far failed to reduce goods and services gap with the world

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What Was Really Behind the Stock Market Selloff?

What Was Really Behind the Stock Market Selloff?

Investors blame Monday’s rout on volatility sellers, risk-parity funds and algorithmic trading.

Published 6 months ago

Banks Cheer Return of Wild Markets

Banks Cheer Return of Wild Markets

Banks have blamed placid markets for lackluster returns in their big trading operations. This week they’re cheering the big market swings, seeing hope for a boost in fees that dropped off a cliff last year.

Published 6 months ago

How Bets Against Volatility Fed the Stock Market Rout

How Bets Against Volatility Fed the Stock Market Rout

A plunge in global equity markets has thrown light on the increasingly popular strategy of shorting volatility. The growth of this trade contributed to the largest fall in some U.S. equity markets since 2011.

Published 6 months ago

In Global Selloff, It’s All About America

In Global Selloff, It’s All About America

Is there anywhere investors can hide from the global stock selloff? Stock markets elsewhere may look more attractively priced, but it will require stabilization stateside to allow investors to take advantage.

Published 6 months ago

Bitcoin freeloads on institutions’ trust warns BIS

Bitcoin freeloads on institutions’ trust warns BIS

Cryptocurrency is ‘a Ponzi scheme and an environmental disaster’ says Agustín Carstens

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Poland’s ‘death camp’ law is designed to falsify history

Poland’s ‘death camp’ law is designed to falsify history

Rule barring discussion of country’s role in Holocaust is a foreign policy disaster

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A strong global economy is no comfort to stretched markets

A strong global economy is no comfort to stretched markets

Economic growth is robust, but credit and equity markets are full of warning signs

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Bets on Wall Street tranquillity crushed by volatility surge

Bets on Wall Street tranquillity crushed by volatility surge

Price rout forces halt to trading in exchange traded products

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Investors Suffer Heavy Losses on Bets Against Volatility

Investors Suffer Heavy Losses on Bets Against Volatility

On Tuesday morning in Tokyo, Japanese bank Nomura Holdings Inc. said it would redeem an investment product whose performance was linked to the Cboe Volatility Index. The investment product lost much of its value hours after the VIX spiked when stocks in the U.S. fell sharply on Monday.

Published 6 months ago

If You Fear U.S.​Inflation, Buy Asia

If You Fear U.S.​Inflation, Buy Asia

U.S. markets are panicking about the prospect of higher, wage-driven inflation. U.S. wage inflation should be rather good for certain assets, however.

Published 6 months ago

Patchy Bitcoin Oversight Poses Hazards for Investors, Regulators Say

Patchy Bitcoin Oversight Poses Hazards for Investors, Regulators Say

U.S. regulators plan to ask Congress to consider imposing stricter federal oversight on trading of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as market cops amplify alarms about an asset that is largely exempt from investor-protection laws.

Published 6 months ago

Germany’s most powerful union wins 4.3% pay increase

Germany’s most powerful union wins 4.3% pay increase

IG Metall secures landmark deal that includes right to 28-hour working week

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How Are Cities Paying Their Bills? With Trash, Parking and Sewers

How Are Cities Paying Their Bills? With Trash, Parking and Sewers

Residents are paying more for everything from parking tickets and 911 calls to sewer service and trash pickup as cash-strapped American cities struggle to pay for mounting pension obligations, cover costly infrastructure improvements and replace revenue depleted by the last recession.

Published 6 months ago

Head of BIS calls for clampdown on bitcoin

Head of BIS calls for clampdown on bitcoin

Cryptocurrency has lost more than half of value since start of 2018

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