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Day: November 11, 2020

Typical person yanked $12,000 from 401(k) during coronavirus pandemic: Vanguard

Jamie Grill | Blend Images | Getty Images Retirement savers appear to be taking advantage of relaxed rules around 401(k) withdrawals during the coronavirus pandemic. The typical 401(k) investor pulled $12,000 from their account in the form of a “coronavirus-related distribution,” according to a new Vanguard analysis of its client data. This figure represents the …

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USD/TRY Outlook: Lira Rxtends Recovery On Hopes Of CBRT Rate Hike

The Turkish lira remains at the front foot against US dollar, following recent gains on risk appetite, sparked by fresh Covid-19 vaccine hopes and replacement of CBRT governor and Financial Minister. The USDTRY pair eased nearly 5% on pullback from new record high at 8.5816 (posted last Friday) and cracked psychological 8.00 support today, signaling …

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Fed’s Rosengren says next 6 months will be ‘pretty choppy’ despite vaccine news

LONDON — The next six months will remain turbulent as the global economy keeps grappling with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Eric Rosengren, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, told CNBC. Pfizer and BioNTech said on Monday that their Covid-19 vaccine was more than 90% effective in preventing the infectious disease. Their …

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Covid vaccine won’t be an ‘instant stimulus’ to the U.S. economy, warns economist

A Covid-19 vaccine will not result in an “instant stimulus” to the U.S. economy, which still needs greater fiscal support as its recovery loses momentum, an economist said on Wednesday.   Markets globally rallied after Pfizer and BioNTech announced on Monday that their coronavirus vaccine was more than 90% effective in preventing the disease among …

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Chance of Negative OCR Reduces as RBNZ More Confident About Economic Outlook

RBNZ announced that a Funding for Lending Program (FLP) will be implemented in “early December” with an initial size of about NZD 28B. Further details will be announced in coming weeks. The program aims at providing loans to commercial banks at low cost (e.g.: 0.25%). The central bank left other monetary policy measures unchanged: OCR …

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Market Morning Briefing: Aussie Has Broken Above 0.73

STOCKS Equities retain their strength. Though there is room to move up further crucial resistances will be coming up which can halt the rally and trigger a reversal. So as mentioned yesterday, we would be turning cautious as the equities move up further rather than becoming more bullish. We reiterate that 30000 and 30800-31000 (Dow), …

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Asia Morning: Dow Charges Higher, Tech Stocks Lag Behind

On Tuesday, U.S. stocks closed mixed. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced a further 262 points (+0.90%) to 29420, while the S&P 500 eased 5 points (-0.14%) to 3545, and the Nasdaq 100 shed another 206 points (-1.74%) to 11624. Nasdaq 100 Index (Daily Chart) : Caution – advertisement – For a second session investors …

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