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Day: April 9, 2018

BofA market analyst Hartnett pins ‘simple reason’ for market woes on the Fed

While conventional wisdom focuses on trade and inflation as sources of market tumult, Michael Hartnett, chief investment strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, sees the Fed as the real source. The U.S. central bank has been on a course of policy tightening that began with a rate hike in December 2015 and accelerated in …

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Auto imports from Mexico climb as NAFTA negotiators appear close to new agreement

With indications growing that the United States, Mexico and Canada are close to agreeing on a framework for altering the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Mexican auto industry is exporting vehicles to the U.S. at a record pace. New data from the Mexico Automotive Association show vehicle exports to the U.S. in the first …

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The chief risk officer: it’s not just about managing risk costs anymore

Risk: for such a sexy word – and one that serves as the very engine of financial markets – the role of chief risk officer (CRO), on the face of it, doesn’t sound exciting. However, the position of CRO has changed significantly in the past two decades, and CROs are now playing a fundamental, money-making …

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Yellen and other economists say tax cuts are blowing up the budget

Last year’s aggressive tax cuts are at the heart of a worsening budget situation that will see deficits surge in the years ahead, according to an op-ed by former Fed Chair Janet Yellen and others. The essay, published in Sunday’s Washington Post, rebuts a study from Stanford University’s Hoover Institution that blamed entitlement spending for …

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Bank of America: Tech stocks could be headed for regulatory-driven collapse similar to tobacco and banks

Washington’s increased scrutiny of technology giants could spell trouble for their stocks, if history is any guide. Technology is the least regulated industry sector, with just 27,000 regulations versus 215,000 for manufacturing and 128,000 for the financial sector, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. That light touch could change in the wake of Facebook’s …

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Banking: No trust in Malta

Protesters hold up posters showing Pilatus Bank chairman Ali Sadr Hashemi Nejad while calling for the resignation of Malta’s police commissioner in March in light of his failure to investigate the bank following the assassination of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in October. Speaking late last year at the Wealth 2.0 conference in London, an event …

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Sterling Surges Broadly, Taking Europeans Higher; Dollar Selling Emerges into US Session

Sterling surges broadly today and is so far trading as the strongest one. Some point to solid housing data as a trigger for the buying. Mortgage lender Halifax house price rose more than expected by 2.7% in Q1. And that should be something welcomed by BoE hawks on their push for May rate hike. Nonetheless, …

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NPL sales lose momentum in CEE as focus turns south

Bojan Markovic, the EBRD’s deputy director for economics, policy and governance Tackling bad debts remains a priority in central Europe and the Balkans, despite substantial reductions in stocks over the last four years, according to EBRD experts. In the first half of the decade, five countries in the region – Romania, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Serbia and …

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Quod takes advantage of Goldfajn’s credit vision

Ilan Goldfajn, president of Brazil’s central bank Changes to Brazilian financial regulation to lower the cost of credit that were proposed by Ilan Goldfajn, president of Brazil’s central bank, are about to lead to the first tangible result. The creation of Quod, a data-management fintech created in 2017 by Brazil’s five largest banks – Banco …

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