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Day: July 6, 2018

Where investors should hide out during a trade war

Those seeking protection against an intensifying trade war between the United States and its economic allies should buy shares of domestic, consumer-facing companies, according to investors. Utilities — classic defensive plays with domestic-only markets — could also benefit if this is a prolonged conflict, some said. Others are sticking with the hot small cap trade …

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Red states will lose the most in trade war with China: Citigroup

States won by President Donald Trump in the 2016 election stand to lose the most as a trade war between the U.S. and China kicks off, according to Citigroup research. The U.S. officially implemented tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese imports, including water boilers, airplane tires and X-ray machine components. China responded with its …

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Week Ahead – Loonie Eyes BoC Rate Hike; UK Starts Publishing Monthly GDP

A policy meeting by the Bank of Canada looks set to be the most exciting item on next week’s calendar as it will be a somewhat muted five days for economic indicators. US inflation will be the data highlight but the introduction of monthly GDP numbers by the UK’s statistics office may also attract quite …

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Australia & New Zealand Weekly: Falling Power Bills & Moderating Housing Costs are Holding Back Inflation

Week beginning 9 July 2018 Falling power bills & moderating housing costs are holding back inflation. Australia: Westpac-MI consumer sentiment, housing finance, NAB business survey. NZ: retail card spending, REINZ house prices. China: CPI, trade balance, credit data. Europe: Sentix investor confidence. US: CPI, Monetary Policy Report to Congress. Central Banks: BOE Governor Carney speaks, …

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If Not Raising Wages, Then What?

How Employers Are Addressing Hiring Difficulties Stubbornly slow wage growth has been one of the most lamented aspects of the current expansion. The historically weak pace of wage gains comes despite a tight labor market, as indicated by most employment measures. Conventional economic theory suggests that employers should be raising pay to attract increasingly scarce …

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Jobs, Wages and the Participation Rate: Fed Full Speed Ahead

June job gains came in at 213,000. Maintaining the momentum of the tight labor market, wages were up 2.7 percent and the unemployment rate rose to 4.0 percent. Fed to raise rates in September. Job Gains Broad-Based with June Jobs at 213,000 Nonfarm payrolls rose 213,000 in June with the three-month average at a solid …

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Winklevoss cryptocurrency exchange nabs NYSE’s tech chief

Gemini Trust, the cryptocurrency exchange founded by brothers Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, named NYSE’s top technology executive to be its first chief technology officer, another sign the wild west digital currency sector is moving more mainstream. Robert Cornish was NYSE’s chief information officer, a role that oversaw the Big Board’s ongoing electronic trading overhaul. He …

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Diversity & Inclusion: What the next generation thinks

By Elizabeth Bratton As part of the Euromoney Awards for Excellence process, we receive numerous pitches from global, regional and local banks showcasing their credentials in diversity and inclusion. The winner of our award for the World’s Best Bank for Diversity and Inclusion will be announced on July 11.  D&I is increasingly seen by bank …

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Technology companies have bought back $1 trillion worth of their stock since the bull market began

Companies buying massive amounts of their own shares may be a key reason why certain sectors are doing better than others in the nine-year bull market for stocks. On Monday, Yardeni Research said technology companies bought back $1 trillion worth of their shares since the beginning of the bull market in the first quarter of …

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