Investments

  • 17.09.2022
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As the U.S. IPO market languishes, listings head east to booming China.

The epicenter of the global initial public offering has moved east to China

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  • 06.09.2022
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Pound sterling rises as traders ponder the agenda of new British Prime Minister Truss

European stocks rose as investors weighed in on leaders' reactions to the region's growing energy crisis ahead of the European Central Bank's policy meeting later this week. U.S. stock futu...

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  • 29.08.2022
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Central Banks in Jackson Hole Take Tougher Mission Ahead

Top officials at the world's largest central banks have coalesced around a simple message to Jackson Hole this weekend: They're willing to finish higher interest rates, even if it does caus...

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  • 19.08.2022
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Bitcoin continues to retreat as the 200-week average focuses again

The largest cryptocurrency fell as much as 3% to $22,716.59, its lowest level since Aug. 10 and close to its 200-week moving average of about $23,000.

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  • 04.08.2022
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Private investors buy up retail real estate as major players remain cautious

Retail property prices look attractive to wealthy individuals and small private firms after years of weak growth. REITs and other major players remain cautious.

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  • 03.08.2022
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The UK is already in recession and heading for stagflation

Britain's economy is already in recession as the cost-of-living crisis has devastating effects on household incomes, the leading think tank has concluded.

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  • 30.07.2022
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Europe's Stellar Growth Stops as Inflation Spikes

Traders have cut rates on ECB rate hikes as the economy weakens. Inflation in the eurozone rose to a record level in July

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  • 25.07.2022
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Kazaks from the ECB said that stronger increases in interest rates may not end after the current corrections

The European Central Bank may not be done with raising interest rates after surprised with an initial half-point hike last week, according to Board of Governors member Martins Casax.

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  • 21.07.2022
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Finland eliminates seized bitcoin amid crypto crash

Finland raised $ 47.5 million in the sale of confiscated bitcoins Last year, the stake was valued at nearly $130 million. Finland has sold its stock of confiscated bitcoins just as the cr...

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  • 19.07.2022
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European stocks and U.S. stock futures rose while the dollar weakened

Commodities are on the rise and WTI is back to $100 a barrel Risky assets rise as dollar weakness comes as relief European stocks and U.S. stock futures rose while the dollar weakened as...

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  • 18.07.2022
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European stocks and U.S. stock futures rose while the dollar weakened

Commodities are on the rise and WTI is back to $100 a barrel Risky assets rise as dollar weakness comes as relief European stocks and U.S. stock futures rose while the dollar weakened as...

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  • 17.07.2022
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Wall Street prepares for new ETF gold rush as one-share era begins

A new era of ETFs for everything may have just begun on Wall Street, inflating an industry that already boasts nearly 3,000 products and $6.2 trillion in assets. The fast-paced world of ex...

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  • 08.07.2022
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Bitcoin is on track for its biggest weekly gain since October

Bitcoin is on track for its best weekly gain since last October, helped by a return to risk appetite in global markets more broadly. The largest cryptocurrency by market cap is up more tha...

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  • 03.07.2022
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Stock bulls continue to pay a heavy price for hope

Another rebound of the S&P 500 is being suppressed as quickly as it surfaced. However, an optimistic spirit that continues to return bulls to stocks hangs around. While the punishment for...

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  • 02.07.2022
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The price of European gas rose for the third time in a week

Partial restart of Freeport LNG postponed to October Futures rose as much as 6.1% on Friday to their highest since March 10. Natural gas prices in Europe have had the longe

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  • 01.07.2022
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Eurozone public debt yield fell by 13% in 2022

After the first half of record losses, investors in the European bond market generally agree that the worst could end. Few, however, say that now is the right time to return. Concerns abou...

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  • 29.06.2022
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Morgan Stanley predicts a recession in the eurozone in the last quarter

Morgan Stanley economists said they now expect the euro zone to slip into a mild recession in the fourth quarter of this year amid a reduction in energy supplies from Russia. In a report r...

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  • 28.06.2022
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ECB's Kazaks says it's worth looking at a bigger rate hike in July.

The European Central Bank should consider an initial increase in interest rates above the planned increase by a quarter point if there are signs that high inflation rates are fueling expect...

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  • 27.06.2022
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Crypto Stocks Demonstrate Why They Are Among the Riskiest Assets

Crypto-curious stock investors take little comfort in the rebound in stocks of companies linked to the world of digital assets last week, with the sector lagging behind almost all other ris...

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  • 27.06.2022
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The ECB's change in rate hikes reinforces fears of a new bond crisis

European Central Bank policymakers gathered in Portugal on Monday with a sinking feeling that their push to deal with an inflation shock they failed to predict risks both a recession and ec...

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