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Day: September 14, 2019

Oil could rise $10 per barrel after drone attack reportedly forces Saudi to cut output in half

A trader wipes his eyes as he watches stock prices at the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Don Emmert | AFP | Getty Images Oil prices could jump as much as $10 per barrel after a number of drone strikes hit the center of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry, reportedly forcing the kingdom to …

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Afrophobia just one of the many risks burdening South Africa

A man walks past a damaged shop after overnight unrest and looting in Johannesburg in September The recent media attention given to the violent attacks on African migrants and African-owned businesses has caused quite a stir, but there is reason to believe the story has been blown out of all proportions from a country-risk perspective. …

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Macaskill on markets: Investment banks and the sharing economy

The trend towards US dominance is particularly acute in investment banking, where JPMorgan is now the top revenue generator in Europe, as well as globally. So exploration of a link between Deutsche Bank and UBS to bolster both firms by exploiting their relative strengths in fixed income trading and equities had a clear logic. A …

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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: Recession Fears Easing Up?

U.S. Review Recession Fears Easing Up? This summer’s fears about escalating trade tensions, slowing global growth and an inverted yield curve have let up somewhat as risk-on sentiment made a comeback this week. With a growing string of economic data coming in above expectations, the 10-year yield has risen 41 bps since reaching a low …

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Forward Guidance: Economic Data Still Looks Okay, Fed Will Still Cut Rates

A quiet past week of economic data nonetheless took on a (slightly) more positive tone in terms of the near-term economic growth outlook for North America. Another round of tariff-by-tweet policy from the Trump Administration saw the US delaying the next planned tariff hikes on Chinese imports from October 1st to October 15th and the …

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