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Day: April 12, 2018

Wall Street’s bets against the tech sector reach their highest level in a year

Wall Street is growing less confident in the technology sector and continues to be negative on retailers, according to the latest data on short selling. Across the 11 S&P 500 sectors, five saw increases in the amount of available shares that are sold short, a bet that they will decline in value. The biggest increases …

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Cryptocurrency eos leaps past litecoin into fifth place by market cap

A cryptocurrency with ties to former hedge-fund manager Michael Novogratz has surged past litecoin into fifth place by market capitalization. CoinMarketCap data showed eos climbed more than 30 percent over the last 24 hours for a market capitalization of nearly $7.1 billion, topping litecoin’s $6.8 billion. Bitcoin is the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, followed …

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Iran’s currency crisis could bring it one step closer to economic collapse

Iran’s currency, the rial, has plummeted to a record low amid growing economic and political uncertainty, causing a rush to the banks as Iranians desperately try to acquire U.S. dollars with exchanges forced to shut their doors to prevent long and chaotic lines. If unchecked, the crisis, combined with further deteriorating relations with the U.S., …

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LTRO: Why the ECB should make every day Christmas

Recent discussion on whether the European Central Bank should extend its long-term refinancing operations (LTRO) in 2019 has revolved largely around which banks should be able to use it. Last time, LTRO targeted banks contributing to the economy. This time, some of its proponents are arguing it should be restricted to banks that have acted …

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Euro Tumbles after ECB Minutes, Dollar and Stocks Love Trump’s Uncertain Timing on Missile Strike

The financial markets don’t always hate uncertainties. Sometimes, they embrace it. US President Donald Trump backed down from his initial tough stance on Syria, and it’s now unsure when he will order firing of missiles over it. European equities cheered the newly created uncertainty with DAX turning initial loss into gain and is currently trading …

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US weekly jobless claims continue to fall as labor market tightens

New applications for U.S. unemployment benefits fell last week, pointing to sustained labor market strength despite a sharp slowdown in job growth in March. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 9,000 to a seasonally adjusted 233,000 for the week ended April 7, the Labor Department said on Thursday. Data for the prior week wasunrevised. …

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