Monthly Archives:  September 2016

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  • Global Stocks Sink With Bonds

    Full Story | 12th September 2016
    Global selloffs in stocks and bonds resumed Monday, while commodities slumped amid concern central banks in the world’s biggest economies are questioning the benefits of loose monetary policy.Shares in Europe and Asia dropped by the .
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  • Asian Stocks Drop With Bonds

    Full Story | 9th September 2016
    Asian stocks fell the most in a month and regional bonds joined a global debt selloff after signs central banks in Europe and Japan are starting to question the benefits of further monetary easing. South .
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  • Emerging Markets Gain With Europe Stock Futures

    Full Story | 7th September 2016
    Emerging-market stocks and currencies rallied with European equity index futures after a slew of weak U.S. economic data quelled speculation the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this month. A strengthening yen weighed on shares .
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  • Emerging Markets Gain, Aussie Hunt for High Yield

    Full Story | 6th September 2016
    Stocks in developing nations and high-yielding currencies rose on confidence central banks around the world will go out of their way to avoid jolting financial markets.The MSCI Emerging Markets Index climbed to the highest in .
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  • Asian Stocks Erase Losses as China Data Boosts Aussie

    Full Story | 1st September 2016
    Asian equities erased earlier losses, Australia’s dollar strengthened and most industrial metals advanced after data indicated manufacturing is picking up in China, the world’s second-biggest economy.The MSCI Asia Pacific Index edged higher along with U.S. .