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Day: March 6, 2019

As a Trade Deal Moves Closer, is China at Risk of Overstimulating its Economy?

Growth in China decelerated to the slowest pace since 1990 last year, underlining the challenges the country faces amid sluggish global demand and a more protectionist United States. China’s leaders haven’t been sitting on their hands, however, as an abundance of policy measures have been initiated since last summer when the first wave of US …

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Canada to Show No Employment Growth in December

Weighed by political jitters and disappointing GDP growth prints earlier this month, the Canadian dollar turns its sights to employment figures for direction. The results, however, published on Friday at 1230 GMT may extend economic uncertainty instead. After January’s impressive 66.8k rebound, analysts believe that the Canadian economy added no jobs in February, leaving the …

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Sustainable Financing and Investing Survey

COPYING AND DISTRIBUTING ARE PROHIBITED WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE PUBLISHER: CHUNT@EUROMONEY.COM By: Published on: Monday, June 03, 2019 Euromoney and its sister publication GlobalCapital are conducting a worldwide survey on the fast-growing area of sustainable financing and investing. Both issuers and investors are invited to take part. Vote Now The survey is also available in …

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WTI OIL Outlook: Oil Price May Extend Lower if US Crude Stocks Rise

WTI oil price dipped to $55.80 on Wednesday, following double rejection at $57 zone on Mon/Tue, pressured by unexpected rise in US crude stocks (API report on Tuesday showed build of 7.9 mln bls compared to last week’s 4.2 mln bls draw) and stronger dollar. The price bounced briefly after US ADP private sector employment …

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This $1.3 trillion asset manager wants to end quarterly earnings and buybacks

Firms should stop share buybacks and end a fixation on short-term earnings, the chief executive of one of the world’s largest financial services companies told CNBC. In the United States, announced buybacks for 2018 hit a record $1.1 trillion as firms looked to use surplus cash flow to increase the earnings per share (EPS) metric. …

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