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      • Wall Street points to higher open; Dow futures jump 200 points

        Wall Street points to higher open; Dow futures jump 200 points

        Investing.com Investing.com U.S. stock markets pointed to strong gains at the open on Monday, with the Dow futures briefly jumping more than 200 points as a rebound in oil prices boosted market sentiment. The blue chip Dow futures climbed
        - 22 Feb 16, 1:23pm -
      • Investing.com sentiment index: speculators less bullish on U.S. dollar

        Investing.com sentiment index: speculators less bullish on U.S. dollar

        Investing.com Investing.com The Investing.com weekly sentiment index published on Monday revealed that speculators scaled back their bullish bets on the U.S. dollar in the week ending February 19. According to the report, 34.8% of investors held long…
        - 22 Feb 16, 11:23am -
      • European stocks open sharply higher, eyes on E.Z. data; Dax jumps 1.67%

        European stocks open sharply higher, eyes on E.Z. data; Dax jumps 1.67%

        Investing.com Investing.com European stocks opened sharply higher on Monday, tracking their Asian counterparts as a rebound in oil prices boosted market sentiment and as investors awaited the release of euro zone manufacturing and service sector data…
        - 22 Feb 16, 10:24am -
      • Euro zone composite PMI slumps to 13-month low in February

        Euro zone composite PMI slumps to 13-month low in February

        Investing.com Investing.com Economic activity in the euro zone fell to the lowest level in more than a year in February and deflationary pressures intensified, adding to concerns over the health of the region's economy, preliminary data showed on Mon…
        - 22 Feb 16, 10:23am -
      • French private sector output slips into contraction in February

        French private sector output slips into contraction in February

        Investing.com Investing.com French private sector activity grew at the slowest pace in more than a year in February, underlining concerns over the economic outlook of the euro zone's second largest economy, preliminary data showed on Monday. Markit s…
        - 22 Feb 16, 9:24am -
      • NYMEX crude gains further in Asia, Brent up nearly 2%

        NYMEX crude gains further in Asia, Brent up nearly 2%

        Investing.com Investing.com Crude oil prices gained further in Asia on Monday with the front month contract up following a drop in U.S. drilling activity last week. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, crude oil for delivery in March gained
        - 22 Feb 16, 6:23am -
      • Yen holds weakness in Asia after PMI, Aussie up

        Yen holds weakness in Asia after PMI, Aussie up

        Investing.com Investing.com The yen weakened in Asia on Monday and the Aussie gained in a fairly light regional data day that saw a weaker than expected preliminary PMI reading. USD JPY changed hands at 112.88, up 0.20%, while AUD
        - 22 Feb 16, 6:23am -
      • Shanghai shares gain as China reshuffles top stock regulator post

        Shanghai shares gain as China reshuffles top stock regulator post

        Investing.com Investing.com Shares in Shanghai gained on Monday after China reshuffled the leadership of the stock market regulator. The Shanghai Composite gained 1.00% at the open while the Nikkei 225 rose 1.19%. On Saturday, China dismissed Chairma…
        - 22 Feb 16, 3:23am -
      • NYMEX crude gaisn in Asia on U.S. rig count drop

        NYMEX crude gaisn in Asia on U.S. rig count drop

        Investing.com Investing.com Crude oil prices gained in Asia on Monday with the front month contract up following a drop in U.S. drilling activity last week. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, crude oil for delivery in March gained 0.85%
        - 22 Feb 16, 2:23am -
      • Forex - Yen gains in early Asia, Aussie dips in light regional data day

        Forex - Yen gains in early Asia, Aussie dips in light regional data day

        Investing.com Investing.com The yen gained in early Asia on Monday and the Aussie dipped in a fairly light regional data day ahead. USD JPY changed hands at 112.47, down 0.17%, while AUD USD changed hands at 0.7141, down 0.11%.
        - 22 Feb 16, 12:23am -

      The Guardian: Currencies

      • newWall Street hits new record highs on trade deal hopes – as it happened
        Closing summary: Wall Street opens at record highsUS housebuilding rebounds, with building permits at a 12-year highGoldman Sachs: Trade war drag on global economy to fade in 2020Pan-European share index hits four-year highLloyd’s of London launche…
        - 6 hours ago, 19 Nov 19, 9:44am -
      • Pound rises on Brexit deal optimism – as it happened
        Closing summaryDow Jones hits new record highBoris Johnson tells business leaders: Corporation tax cut shelvedCBI sees danger from left and rightMood in European stock markets dampened by trade deal fearsAsian shares boosted by China rate cut 2.44pm…
        - 1 day ago, 18 Nov 19, 9:44am -
      • Stronger-than-expected US jobs data boost stock markets – as it happened
        October best month for sterling since financial crisisUK manufacturing decline slows on Brexit stockpilingShares rise across Europe and Asia after surprisingly strong China PMI 2.55pm GMTThe pound is stable against the dollar and the euro, after enjo…
        - 18 days ago, 1 Nov 19, 10:55am -
      • Hong Kong falls into recession; Trump blasts the Fed – business live
        Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as Hong Kong’s economy tumbles into recessionBreaking: Hong Kong in recessionHong Kong GDP plunged by 3.2% in last quarterPro-democracy protests hit tourism and spendingEarlier:Introductio…
        - 19 days ago, 31 Oct 19, 12:47pm -
      • The US city preparing itself for the collapse of capitalism
        From a festival that helps artists trade work for healthcare to a regional micro-currency, Kingston is trying to build an inclusive and self-sufficient local ecosystemKingston, New York is a diverse city of 23,000, flanked to the east by Rondout Cree…
        - 19 days ago, 31 Oct 19, 6:00am -
      • Brexit meltdown: 50p coins with 31 October date to be recycled
        Decision over special-edition coins by Royal Mint comes as departure from EU is delayedThe 50p coins minted to commemorate Brexit on 31 October are to be “recycled”, the Treasury has confirmed.The decision comes after ministers agreed last week t…
        - 21 days ago, 29 Oct 19, 11:38am -
      • German consumer morale slides; Brexit jitters weigh on markets - business live
        Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including more worrying data from GermanyLatestL FTSE 100 down amid Brexit uncertaintyGerman business confidence unchangedConsumer confidence lowest since late 2016Amazon disappoints with fa…
        - 25 days ago, 25 Oct 19, 1:55pm -
      • Production of Brexit 50p coin paused amid exit uncertainty
        About 1,000 already-minted coins with ‘31 October 2019’ leave date could be worth up to £800 eachThe Treasury has “paused” production of a new 50p coin commemorating Brexit on 31 October after it became clear that the UK is unlikely to leave…
        - 25 days ago, 25 Oct 19, 9:18am -
      • How has Brexit vote affected the UK economy? October verdict
        Each month we look at key indicators to see what effect the Brexit process has had on growth, prosperity and tradeBrexit uncertainty drives up job lossesExperts debate the dataContinue reading...
        - 26 days ago, 25 Oct 19, 2:00am -
      • Trump's weaponisation of the dollar could threaten its dominance | Jeffrey Frankel
        Descriptions of exchange-rate policies have become increasingly militaristicThe language of international monetary policy has turned militaristic. The phrase “currency war” has been popular for a decade and the US government’s more recent “we…
        - 27 days ago, 24 Oct 19, 2:01am -
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