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Day: September 7, 2019

Masa Son’s multi-generational vision is running into a brick wall: The public markets

Masayoshi Son, chairman and chief executive officer of SoftBank Group at the SoftBank World 2018 event in Tokyo, Japan. Kiyoshi Ota | Bloomberg | Getty Images SoftBank is learning the biggest obstacle to success for its $100 billion Vision Fund are the public markets. That’s where founder and CEO Masayoshi Son’s long-term ambitions are colliding …

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Bullish trend suggests the market’s win streak is just starting

Bespoke Investment’s Paul Hickey believes a market hot streak is unfolding. The independent market researcher is building his bullish case by zeroing in on the Citi Economic Surprise Index, which is built to measure optimism in the economy. In the week ending Friday, the index flipped into positive after spending more than 100 days in …

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Singapore sovereign wealth fund: The key number in the Temasek report

The most important number in Tuesday’s Temasek review for the Singaporean sovereign wealth vehicle was this: it divested S$28 billion ($20.6 billion) of assets, S$4 billion more than it invested. This is what a dynamic equity-based portfolio looks like in the middle of a trade war. Temasek faces a challenging environment, given its mandate: it …

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Risk Markets Surged on Receding Political and Trade Uncertainties

Risk aversion eased notably further last week as some of the imminent risks receded. New Italian government was sworn in as 5-Star Movement and bitter rival Democratic Party agreement to form a coalition. UK lawmakers passed a bill to force Prime Minister Boris Johnson to delay Brexit if no deal could be made. Johnson’s push …

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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: Hiring Cools as Trade War Heats Up

U.S. Review Hiring Cools as Trade War Heats Up Amid increasing trade tensions and fears of recession, all eyes turned to the nonfarm payroll release this morning, which showed employers added only 130,000 jobs in August. Hiring has certainly slowed since the start of the year, as the 12-month average change now stands at 173,000, …

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