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Day: July 18, 2018

‘There’s not much to dislike’ about Dow stock Visa, says trader

Visa has been on a tear this year, up 23 percent and leading the Dow. TradingAnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon is betting on a bigger rally for the stock when it reports earnings next week. Gordon told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Tuesday that “there’s not much to dislike” about the chart of the credit card giant, …

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British Pound Slips to 10-Month Low as CPI Misses Mark

The British pound continues to lose ground and has dropped perilously close to the symbolic 1.30 line. In Wednesday’s North American session, the pair is trading at 1.3044, down 0.53% on the day. On the release front, British CPI remained steady at 2.4%, missing the estimate of 2.6%. U.S housing numbers were softer than expected. …

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Blackstone’s new president Gray says China and US will eventually reach a trade deal

Blackstone’s Jonathan Gray is optimistic the trade conflict between the US and China will be resolved. “The US and China both recognize real risks to an escalated trade war,” he said at the Delivering Alpha Conference in New York on Wednesday. “We believe there will be resolution in the long term.” The executive said investors …

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‘It’s a lot of money’ — Trump’s tariffs take a toll on farmers in Pennsylvania, a key state in the fight for Congress

Bill Beam has had no issue selling his soybeans this year. The Pennsylvania farmer has run into problems with price. Soybean futures prices have plunged more than 15 percent since China said in April that it would levy 25 percent tariffs on more than 100 U.S. products including soybeans in retaliation for the Trump administration’s …

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US trade talks with Mexico making ‘good progress:’ Kudlow

The U.S. is making “good progress” in trade talks with Mexico, according to Larry Kudlow, the top White House economic advisor. Kudlow said without disclosing specifics: “I can report good progress with Mexico,” Kudlow said. Kudlow made the comment at the Delivering Alpha conference, presented by CNBC and Institutional Investor. He said unlike talks with …

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Pension schemes prove shaky pillars for capital markets in CEE

Unfortunately, an ever-increasing weight of evidence from emerging Europe suggests that, however good the second-pillar idea may be in theory, it is never long before it bumps up against hard political realities.  Hungary, the first country in the region to opt for the system back in 1998, was also the first to lose it when …

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Sterling Hammered after CPI, Dollar Overwhelmed by Swiss Franc and Yen

Sterling’s selloff accelerates as UK CPI missed market expectations. And that lowers the chance of a should-be-done-deal August BoE hike. In the background, Brexit uncertainty is also weighing on sentiments towards the Pound. Meanwhile, Australian Dollar and Euro are trading as the second and third weakest ones. Dollar is generally firm today as support by …

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Mortgage applications fall 2.5% as buyers struggle to find affordable homes

Home prices are high, listings are lean and potential buyers are frustrated. There is plenty of demand, but it is not translating into home sales. Mortgage applications dropped 2.5 percent last week, seasonally adjusted, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. The weakness was driven entirely by a lack of buyers. Total volume was 12 percent …

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Morgan Stanley shares surge more than 3% after profit tops the Street on strong trading and investment banking

Morgan Stanley crushed profit expectations on trading and investment banking results that exceeded analysts’ expectations. The New York-based company said profit surged 39 percent to $2.44 billion in the second quarter from a year earlier, exceeding the $2 billion estimate of analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters. Earnings per share of $1.30 exceeded the $1.11 estimate. …

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