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Day: December 15, 2018

Robinhood takes its 3 percent savings account back to the drawing board amid widespread criticism

Robinhood is going back to the drawing board. Just a day after unveiling what it called checking and savings accounts, the financial technology startup said it is re-launching and re-naming the product, which came under immediate scrutiny from Wall Street and federal officials about potentially misleading investors. In a blog post released late Friday evening, …

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The Only Thing We Have To Fear… Is Fear Itself

Amidst the Great Depression in 1933, U.S. president Franklin Roosevelt’s inaugural address cited the now-famous phrase “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself” . Today’s financial markets and economic environment bear zero resemblance to that period, but the words remain fitting given media headlines filling up with “recession talk”.  Let’s take a …

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EEMEA: PrivatBank suffers legal setback in bid to recover missing billions

Efforts to recover billions of dollars allegedly stolen from Ukraine’s PrivatBank suffered a setback on December 4 when a judge in London threw out a $1.9 billion fraud claim against the bank’s former owners.  PrivatBank was taken over by the Ukrainian government in December 2016 after its main shareholders, Ihor Kolomoisky and Gennadiy Bogolyubov, defied …

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Fed’s Economic Projections to Provide Guidance as Concerns on Global Slowdown Intensify

Sterling and Brexit was the center of focus during the early part of last week. The parliament vote on Brexit was postponed to at least January. UK Prime Minister Theresa May survived leadership challenge but her position is shaky with more than one-third of her MPS voted against her. The visit to EU was seen …

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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: A Holly Jolly Price Reprieve

U.S. Review A Holly Jolly Price Reprieve Falling gasoline prices kept consumer price inflation flat in November, supporting real income just in time for the holiday shopping season. Holiday sales got off to a solid start in November. Excluding sales at gasoline stations, auto dealers and food service establishments, our holiday sales measure rose 0.8%. …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: Stretch That Loonie (You Have To)

U.S. Highlights After some optimism early in the week, financial market sentiment soured as focus shifted back to fears of an escalation in trade tensions, Brexit uncertainty, and a potential economic downturn in 2019. The U.S. consumer remained unbowed in November, with consumer spending now tracking above 3% annualized in Q4. Inflation has cooled in …

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US Dollar Index Tags a Fresh 2018 High on Mixed Economic Data

Generally speaking, US traders have been focused on the other side of the Atlantic this week, with particular attention on the continued Brexit drama and the mostly as-expected ECB meeting. With those situations (at least temporarily) behind us, the market’s eye has shifted back stateside in advance of next week’s highly-anticipated Federal Reserve meeting. A …

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Dollar Higher Ahead of Crucial Fed Meeting

Safe-haven currencies soared on Friday as disappointing data from China and Europe heightened concerns over global growth. The greenback finished the week stronger against its major trading partners as investor eagerly await Wednesday’s FOMC interest rate decision and updated economic projections. The majority of economists expect the benchmark federal-funds rate to be raised by 25 …

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