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Month: December 2018

The Weekly Bottom Line: Mama Said There’ll Be Days Like This

U.S. Highlights FOMC minutes released this week suggested that flexible could be the new gradual for the Fed. While a rate hike for December may be in the cards, future moves are now more dependent on the incoming economic data. President Trump and Xi are set to meet-up at the G20 summit over the weekend. …

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AUD/USD Presses 3-Month Highs on the Eve of Trump-Xi Meeting on Trade

Of all the major currencies, the Australian dollar is perhaps the most sensitive to trends in global trade. The country’s commodity-centric economy and close ties with China mean that any slowdown in international business may be seen Down Under first. Viewed in that light, the Aussie’s recent rally could be seen as a sign that …

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Microsoft has better fundamentals, but buy Apple, says tech investor

Microsoft may have replaced Apple as the most valuable U.S. company, but don’t count Apple out, investor Nancy Tengler told CNBC on Friday. “Clearly the fundamentals are better for Microsoft in terms of which space they’re in — the cloud space, the growth they’re experiencing — but I’m not willing to walk away from Apple …

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Bitcoin crashes 37 percent in November, wiping $70 billion off of cryptocurrencies’ market value

November will be a month to remember for bitcoin investors. The world’s largest cryptocurrency ended November down 37 percent, its worst drop since April 2011 when the cryptocurrency fell about 39 percent, according to data from CoinDesk. Bitcoin hit a low of $3,878.66 Friday after starting November above the $6,300 mark. The digital currency is …

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GE is a buy but with a ‘strong stomach,’ says Wall Street’s ‘dean of valuation’

Shares of General Electric are a buy that “requires a strong stomach” as trouble continues to mount for the company, Wall Street’s “dean of valuation,” Aswath Damodaran, told CNBC on Friday. “I own the stock, but I’ve got to tell you GE Capital is an anchor dragging this stock down” by as much as $20 …

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Behind Coinbase’s quiet roll-out of OTC crypto trading this month

Coinbase rolled out an over-the-counter cryptocurrency trading desk earlier this month, but until now has been hesitant to openly discuss its ambitions. The widely followed startup, recently valued at $8 billion, wanted to test interest in the product from professional traders first, and work out the kinks quietly. “We wanted to make sure we had …

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The changing face of FX quants

Sell-side firms offer innovative FX algos to attract clients to use their platforms, usually on an agency basis, where they are paid by commission. From a bank’s perspective, this is a low-risk activity driven by investment in low-latency technology as well as quantitative excellence, with quants driven to improve the sophistication of execution algorithms to …

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Market close to hitting ‘all-clear’ signal that could mean upside ahead: Wall Street bull Tony Dwyer

The market is close to hitting an “all-clear” signal that could mean there is more upside ahead, one of Wall Street’s biggest bulls told CNBC on Friday. Tony Dwyer, chief market strategist at Canaccord Genuity, is looking at the S&P 500’s 10-week rate-of-change indicator, which measures the percent change in the index. When it drops …

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