More and more of the ‘R’ word

By Jeffrey Halley   The “R” word is being used more and more as recessionary winds start blowing loudly through economic data and the price actions across the asset class spectrum. On Friday,

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Asia bets on China stimulus

By Jeffrey Halley  Mainland China stocks are leading the way higher Wednesday after onflation data showed a benign inflation landscape. Inflation YoY in April climbed to 2.10% (1.8% exp), and Inflation MoM

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Bitcoin dip is a buying opportunity

Bitcoin dipping to a three-month low is seen by investors as a buying opportunity because the cryptocurrency has just reached a landmark moment in becoming adopted as a significant currency, according to

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Tech gloom quickly fades

By Craig Erlam Stock markets pushed higher again on Thursday, with the Nasdaq taking part this time after Tesla reported strong figures for the first quarter. The doom and gloom following Netflix

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Tech glitch as Netflix disappoints

By Craig Erlam Wednesday was slightly better for stock markets in Europe as they continued to fluctuate in the same ranges they’ve traded in for the last month. US indices had a

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ECB’s unhelpful ambiguity

By Craig Erlam European stocks edged higher Thursday ahead of the long bank holiday weekend; ending the week not far from where they started as investors mull the latest policy decisions, inflation

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