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Day: February 1, 2019

ECB appoints administrators at Banca Carige

On January 2, the European Central Bank (ECB) appointed three temporary administrators and a three-member surveillance committee to take charge of Banca Carige, the troubled Genoese lender, following the resignations of a majority of the members of its board of directors, including chairman Pietro Modiano and chief executive Fabio Innocenzi. The ECB describes the move …

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Listen to the new single from Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, AKA DJ ‘D-Sol’

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon has had a busy few weeks running one of the world’s premier investment banks, but that hasn’t stopped him from releasing a new dance single. Solomon, who goes by DJ D-Sol, last month released a follow-up to his first single “Don’t Stop.” The up-beat tune is called “Feel Alive,” featuring …

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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Amazon, Merck, Exxon Mobil & more

Check out the companies making headlines midday Friday: Papa John’s — The third-largest pizza delivery company saw its stock fall 8 percent after Reuters reported Papa John’s would not sell itself, despite offers from private equity firms. The firm’s offers reportedly did not meet Papa John’s valuation expectations. Exxon Mobil — Shares of Exxon Mobil …

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Australia & New Zealand Weekly: RBA Forecasts to be Consistent With On Hold Policy

Week beginning 4 February 2019 RBA forecasts to be consistent with on hold policy. RBA: policy meeting, Governor Lowe speaks, Statement on Monetary Policy. Australia: dwelling approvals, retail sales, trade balance, Banking Inquiry Report. NZ: residential building consents, labour force, labour cost index. China: Caixin services PMI. UK: BOE policy decision. Europe: retail sales, Sentix …

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Week Ahead – BoE and RBA Next to Set Rates; Will They Turn Dovish Too?

The Bank of England and the Reserve Bank of Australia will be next in the central bank world to set monetary policy amid rising risks and uncertainty about the outlook. It will be relatively quiet on the data front as Chinese markets will be shut for the whole week for the Lunar New Year celebrations, …

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Weekly Focus: Brexit Wrestling Enters Next Round

This publication has been prepared by Danske Markets for information purposes only. It is not an offer or solicitation of any offer to purchase or sell any financial instrument. Whilst reasonable care has been taken to ensure that its contents are not untrue or misleading, no representation is made as to its accuracy or completeness …

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Dollar Trades Mixed after a Strong Payrolls Beat and Soft Wages

The greenback is trading lower against the high-beta currencies despite a strong headline payroll reading of 304,000, much higher than the economists’ forecast of 165,000.  The employment report showed that the prior month was revised lower by 90,000 jobs to 222,000 and that shutdown may have affected the part-time numbers, which saw a rise of …

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White House advisor Larry Kudlow says taxing rich people never works: ‘Look at Venezuela’

White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow implied Friday that Democratic proposals to increase taxes on the wealthiest Americans could lead to economic troubles akin to those in Venezuela. “Taxing rich people – that’s an old saw from the left. It never works,” Kudlow told Fox Business. “I don’t know how these elections and nominations and …

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Dollar Dips on Weak Wage Growth, Rise in Unemployment Rate

Dollar is back under some pressure in early despite very strong headline NFP number. The problem with the report is that, other parts are rather weak, including revision in prior month’s figure, rise in unemployment rate. More importantly, wage growth is a clear miss. The greenback is extending recent decline against Canadian. And it would …

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