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Month: April 2018

US Justice Department charges Panasonic unit with anti-bribery law violations

The U.S. Justice Department filed criminal charges against a unit of Panasonic on Monday, alleging the company falsified its financial books and records in order to conceal payments to sales agents in China and other parts of Asia. The charges were filed against Panasonic Avionics, a subsidiary that designs in-flight entertainment systems, as part of …

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March pending home sales barely rose as buyers struggled to afford what little is available

March marked the official start of the spring, but it didn’t cause more home buyers to leap into action. Signed contracts to purchase existing home rose just 0.4 percent in March compared to February, according to a monthly pending home sales index from the National Association of Realtors. February’s reading was revised down. These contracts …

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Dollar Staying Range Bound an PCE Matched Expectations, Sterling Rebounds after Initial Selloff

Dollar remains firm in early US session after release of personal income and spending data. But now, the green back is held below Friday’s high against all but Sterling. Canadian Dollar follows as the second strongest. The Pound was initial sold off earlier today but then quickly rebounded. It’s Aussie and Kiwi that are trading …

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US annual inflation measures jump as consumer spending rises

U.S. consumer prices accelerated in the year to March, with a measure of underlying inflation surging to near the Federal Reserve’s 2 percent target as last year’s weak readings dropped out of the calculation. The rise in the annual inflation measures reported by the Commerce Department on Monday was anticipated by economists and Fed officials …

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The last two times this ‘classic late-cycle activity’ emerged, a recession soon followed

A disconnect between the best- and worst-performing sectors this year is raising a note of caution to some market watchers. Recently, the degree to which the 2018 market-leading consumer discretionary sector is outperforming the biggest laggard, consumer staples, has reached extremes, said Larry McDonald, editor of the Bear Traps Report. He recently flagged this development …

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