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Day: September 10, 2019

WeWork is worth 70% below where it last raised money, NYU’s ‘dean of valuation’ says

CEO of WeWork Adam Neumann Getty Images WeWork is worth just a fraction of where it was raising money in private markets, according to a widely followed valuation expert. Aswath Damodaran, professor of finance at the Stern School of Business at NYU, who is sometimes called the “dean of valuation,” analyzed the start-up’s prospectus filed …

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USD/CAD Outlook: Strong Bearish Signal Expected on Close Below Daily Cloud / Fibo Support at 1.3163/55

The pair extends weakness and is on track for close below cracked Fibo support at 1.3155 (Fibo 61.8% of 1.3015/1.3382) and below daily cloud base (1.3163) as bears regain control after Monday’s strong downside rejection and failure to close below cloud base. Bearish daily studies are supportive for further weakness, as deeply oversold stochastic continues …

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Amazon is hiring over 30,000 workers in these 6 US cities

Amazon wants to add 30,000 people to its workforce, and it’s putting on major hiring events in six cities to recruit. Amazon Career Day will be held Tuesday, Sept. 17, in Arlington, Virginia (the company’s newly-minted second U.S. headquarters); Boston; Chicago; Dallas; Nashville and Seattle. The e-commerce giant is hiring for permanent jobs that range …

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Sterling Lifted Mildly by Job Data, Markets Steady Overall

The financial markets are generally steady today, with stock and bond markets bounded in tight range. Most major currency pairs and crosses are also staying inside yesterday’s range. Swiss Franc is currently the firmer one, followed by Sterling is mildly firmer on solid employment data, but upside is capped. Meanwhile, New Zealand Dollar leads Australian …

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FTSE At Key Support As Parliament Suspension Begins

The FTSE has lagged its European and US counterparts in recent days. Paradoxically, its underperformance has not much to do with Brexit-related uncertainty. Given that a large proportion of profits for FTSE 100 companies is made in dollars, the recent strength of the pound has hurt the index. But with the parliament now suspended for …

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WTI Oil Outlook: Price Continues To Advance On Optimism Of Extended Production Cut

WTI oil extends advance and holds in green for the fifth straight day, with bulls establishing above $58 mark and posting new six-week high at $58.38 on Tuesday. Fresh optimism on OPEC+ group attempts to extend production cut keeps the price well supported, as Monday’s 2.4% rally resulted in close above pivotal barriers at $56.98 …

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Yen Lower as Yields Recover, Aussie Falls on Business Confidence

Yen weakens broadly today following recovery in major treasury yields, as a sign of stabilization in sentiments. Most notably, German 10-year yield closed above -0.6% at -0.585, while US 10-year yield closed above 1.6% at 1.622. Australian Dollar is currently the second weakest, after poor business condition and confidence data. Canadian Dollar is the third …

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