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2019-02-08T16:08:14.199Z
Fragile global economy could tip, Roubini warns There are enough things going well to think 2019 might be a relatively decent, if mediocre, year for the global economy and stock markets, but there are lots of risky factors that could tip it over, writes Nouriel Roubini. And that, in turn, will add to the uncertainties surrounding European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s successor and the future of eurozone monetary policy Nouriel Roubini Nouriel Roubini is professor of economics at NYU's Stern School of Business, and CEO of Roubini Macro Associates We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
2019-02-08T15:46:55.012Z
Why Bringing High-Tech Manufacturing Back To The U.S. Is So Difficult With with the winds of a trade war blowing and a nationalistic trade policy front and center, the battle cry to bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States is loud. The reality of accomplishing this goal quickly is going to be far more difficult than most people fully comprehend. Electronic circuit board.Getty In 1993, I was in my second year of business school at the MIT Sloan School of Management and I distinctly remember a spirited discussion about a BusinessWeek cover article titled The Virtual Corporation Would we lose control of our own supply chains and procurement relationships
2019-02-08T15:43:04.098Z
Brazil farmers halt soy sales as real strengthens, China buys U.S.... Farmers have halted sales of Brazil's soybeans as port premiums swooned, th... Growers have sold about at 46.6 percent of Mato Grosso’s estimated output for this season, according to farmer-backed state research institute Imea, below a 49.9 percent five-year average The situation bodes ill for the entire supply chain as farmers displeased with margins tend to hold out and pressure transport, trading and fertilizer firms to cut their own margins Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-02-08T15:42:46.143Z
Dow loses footing at 25,000 in morning action as a stock-market slump looks poised to extend a 3rd session All three main stock benchmarks were on the verge of putting in their longest losing streaks of 2019, three straight sessions Trade-war jitters remain a central issue for investors, after President Donald Trump confirmed reports that he had no plans to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping before a March 1 trade-deal deadline
2019-02-08T15:15:55.706Z
Take Five: When doves coo - World markets themes for the week ahead Following are five big themes likely to dominate thinking of investors and trade... As Chinese markets reopen after the Lunar New Year, they may get more hard evidence on the damage done by the Sino-U.S Lawmakers are resisting President Trump’s demand for funds to build a Mexican border wall (Graphic: U.S. inflation vs wage growth - tmsnrt.rs/2tcl7Ef) Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-02-08T15:09:52.497Z
Red-hot U.S. economy ignores global cooling - for now The two best performers among the Group of Seven economies in the third quarter ... Trump said on Thursday he did not plan to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping before a March 1 deadline set by the two countries to achieve a trade deal Other countries, notably Germany, are awaiting a Commerce Department report due Feb. 17 on whether auto imports are security risk Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-02-08T15:09:50.846Z
Energy Sector Turns South As Crude Oil Retreats Amid Global Growth Worries After Asian and European shares were mostly lower, US stocks appear poised for a third down day in a row as China, eurozone growth worries continue to weigh on the market That looked to be another symptom of the risk-off trading today Both of those sectors are often thought about as defensive Past performance does not guarantee future results.Data Source: ICE We’re also scheduled to get a report on retail sales for December TD Ameritrade® commentary for educational purposes only
2019-02-08T15:01:19.913Z
Trump Likely To Ban Chinese Telecom Gear in US Networks President Donald Trump may sign an order soon banning the use of Chinese telecom equipment in U.S. wireless networks. According to reports, the order may be signed in the second week of February as there is an urgency to bring out the proclamation prior to the global telecom event MWC Barcelona Already preparatory works are going on in many countries for the next-generation 5G wireless networks Photo: NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/Getty Images As a result, heightened scrutiny on the Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab led to the ban of its antivirus products from government systems as has been recommended by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) However, Trump’s diktat, if it comes before the MWC event, will reinforce the commitment of the U.S on the sensitive issue
2019-02-08T15:00:46.609Z
Term Sheet -- Friday, February 8 On deals and dealmakers. By Polina Marinova 9:23 AM EST JOINING FORCES Good morning, Term Sheet readers Inside Wisconsin’s disastrous $4.5 billion deal with Foxconn Facebook is still trying to figure out what teens are interested in Morgan Stanley, BofA Merrill Lynch, Cowen, and Barclays are underwriters
2019-02-08T14:28:27.291Z
Risk of global recession may be low but we are heading for slowdown Although there is a cloud over economy, the silver lining is central banks are more dovish Finally, much will depend on how Eurosceptic parties fare in the European parliament elections this May But if some of the negative scenarios outlined above materialise, the synchronised slowdown of 2019 could lead to a global growth stall and sharp market downturn in 2020
2019-02-08T14:24:26.050Z
Jaguar Land Rover causes biggest loss in Indian corporate history Slumping sales at Jaguar Land Rover are giving its Indian parent company a huge financial headache. We continue to work closely with Chinese retailers to respond to current market conditions, he added The Indian company's core domestic business sold more than half a million vehicles last year and made a profit of about $87 million in the quarter ended December
2019-02-08T14:23:47.262Z
Chip stocks fall after Goldman and others warn they've gotten ahead of themselves Semiconductors fell across the board Friday after Goldman Sachs warned clients that the industry's 2019 rally looks excessive. Simon Dawson | Bloomberg | Getty Images Microprocessors sit on a circuit board at the NXP Semiconductors NV pavilion at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain The Goldman warning comes amid a strong rally in chipmaker stocks, which bounced off a steep December decline and have since posted double-digit gains to start the new year
2019-02-08T14:06:55.633Z
Alibaba Is Still a Great China Play The internet giant’s shares have recently enjoyed a nice postearnings rally, but the stock is still far below its 52-week high. The put sale monetizes fears about China’s place in the world, politically and economically, while expressing confidencein a risk-adjusted waythat the fears will abate and Alibaba will advance To cite Leo Tolstoy’s dictum, patience and time are the two most powerful warriors
2019-02-08T13:10:49.268Z
U.S. fund managers brace for consumer slowdown With expectations for slowing growth escalating, U.S. fund managers are selectiv... That didn’t pop the bubble but certainly let a little air out Like other investors, Kravetz is largely avoiding consumer stocks because of their valuations You’re paying more for less growth, said Burns McKinney, a portfolio manager at Allianz Global Investors in Dallas Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-02-08T12:29:35.924Z
Hong Kong shares trim losses as trade resumes after holiday Energy producers slip on oil prices while Rusal rises on outlook Yip added that at current levels, the market was inclined to be cautious China Grand Pharmaceutical and Healthcare rose 6.2% after saying it entered a licensing agreement with a unit of India's Glenmark Pharmaceuticals to exclusively distribute the latter's antihistamine and steroid nasal spray product in China for 20 years
2019-02-08T12:19:15.152Z
Trump Tipped to Ban Chinese Equipment from U.S. Mobile Networks The president is reportedly preparing an executive order that would see the U.S. shut Huawei and ZTE out of upcoming 5G networks. An unnamed source close to the administration told the publication: Contracts are going out now…Extra stigma could change the situation out in the countries on this major decision The issue with shunning Huawei’s equipment is that it’s relatively cheap, so mobile carriers would probably find their 5G buildouts getting more expensive
2019-02-08T12:06:24.579Z
US accuses China of preparing for WWIII: What you’re not being told A Republican senator has accused China of preparing for World War III. Like most of Washington’s statements concerning China, the lawmaker has completely ignored the US’ role in creating such a scenario in the first place. Approximately a year ago, our good friend Victoria Nuland (mentioned above regarding regime change and support for neo-nazism archives) was named as the new CEO of the CNAS Share it with a friend! The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of RT
2019-02-08T12:04:21.682Z
'The emerging opportunity of 2019': One expert says tech is passing the baton to an unloved area of the market that's set to explode higher Vincent Deluard of INTL FCStone lays out why an underappreciated area of the market is primed to dethrone tech and explode higher in 2019. These countries also benefit from growing domestic markets, cheap currencies, and pro-free trade governments (3) The Fed is hiking interest rates, so you should sell EM For this one, Deluard uses good, old-fashioned historical data To read the full article, simply click here to claim your deal and get access to all exclusive Business Insider PRIME content
2019-02-08T11:50:32.488Z
US stocks set to get battered again as abandoned Trump-Xi meeting reignites trade-war uncertainty President Trump's suggestion that he won't meet Xi Jinping before a crucial trade war deadline has pounded US markets amid fears of tariff escalation. Whilst this is a bit of a blow, it's not in itself a reason to think trade talks are not going anywhere, said Neil Wilson, chief market analyst for Markets.com If no trade deal is agreed by March 1, tariffs on about $200 billion worth of Chinese exports to the US will increase from 10% to 25%
2019-02-08T11:50:29.007Z
Germany doesn't want confrontational tariff battle with U.S.:... Germany doesn't want to get embroiled in a trade war with the United States... Aerial view of containers at a loading terminal in the port of Hamburg, Germany August 1, 2018 I hope things like this could be avoided, he added saying he also hoped the issue wouldn’t get confrontational Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-02-08T10:57:37.982Z
Germany's foreign trade hit a fresh record in 2018 The volume of Germany's foreign trade hit a record in 2018, the Federal Sta... FILE PHOTO - Aerial view of containers at a loading terminal in the port of Hamburg, Germany August 1, 2018 Germany, the continent’s economic motor, has boomed for a decade thanks to its role as a supplier of equipment to the world’s industrial nations Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-02-08T08:18:24.732Z