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Day: October 25, 2019

The house always wins: how IPO banks are not threatened by direct listings

Would banks that have traditionally charged young companies hefty fees to arrange their IPOs lose out from a greater move towards direct listings with no primary capital raising? The question has been raised a few times in recent weeks, not least during Goldman Sachs’s third quarter earnings call at which CEO David Solomon brushed off such …

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Week ahead – Fed to Cut Rates, Will BoJ Follow? US Payrolls on the Menu Too

There’s a barrage of crucial events coming up next week, with three major central bank meetings and an avalanche of economic data set to dominate the agenda. The Fed is almost certain to cut rates again, but may signal that the bar for any further action is high. The Bank of Japan is a wild …

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2020 could be the year everything changes for people with student debt

CNBC | Jaden Urbi Big changes could be coming down the pipeline for the 44 million Americans with student debt. Presidential campaign proposals and recently introduced legislation aim to rewrite the rules around student loan interest, repayment and refinancing. Some of the plans would reduce — or altogether erase — people’s balances. More from Personal …

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Euro Soft on Weak Business and Consumer Sentiments

Trading in the forex markets remain subdued ahead of weekly close. Euro is generally softer as data showed German business and consumer sentiments remained weak. Also, professional forecasters downgraded Eurozone inflation and growth projections in latest survey. For the week, Canadian Dollar remains the strongest one, followed by Dollar and then Yen. Sterling is the …

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Can Google/Alphabet Break New High On The Third Attempt?

Alphabet Inc, the holding company of Google will report its Q3 2019 earnings on Mon, 28 Oct after the close of the U.S. session. Consensus adjusted EPS and revenue forecasts are pegged at $14.59 and $23.72bn respectively. My colleague, Ken Odeluga has written an earnings preview report earlier (click here for a recap). We will …

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The impact of Hong Kong unrest on finance: not fear but inconvenience

Extra security: a police patrol at MTR station on the lookout for protesters A finance conference was canned in Hong Kong last week. It will be pushed back three months, and held in Macau instead. It wasn’t that anyone feared for their safety. It was a knock-on effect of the one true impact of civil …

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