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2019-06-12T16:02:15.683Z
Investors pull funds from ETF industry in first outflow since 2014 BlackRock’s iShares ETF arm has seen net inflows so far this year decline 24.5 per cent to $37.8bn The decline in global ETF flows in May was relatively modest and it is too early to judge after just a single month of outflows whether this is just a temporary pause or an indication of a more difficult phase for new business growth
2019-06-12T15:51:58.934Z
Demand worries hurt oil, stocks fall on trade uncertainty Oil futures sank on Wednesday amid higher U.S. crude inventories and a weaker de... The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 35.57 points, or 0.14%, to 26,012.94, the S&P 500 lost 5.12 points, or 0.18%, to 2,880.6 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 30.56 points, or 0.39%, to 7,792.00 The pan-European STOXX 600 index lost 0.25% and MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe shed 0.25% Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-06-12T15:45:20.456Z
Trade tensions weigh on Wall St., hopes of rate cut limit losses Wall Street's main indexes dropped on Wednesday on worries of a prolonged U... This is a market that would love to see us get back to the negotiating table Fed policymakers will meet on June 18-19 and markets have priced in at least two rate cuts by the end of 2019 Fed fund futures imply around an 80% chance of an easing as soon as July Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-06-12T15:45:09.315Z
Here’s why this overlooked yield-curve measure points to a ‘soft landing’ by the Fed These investors say the 2 year/10 year Treasury yield spread indicates recession fears are overblown. Longer-term maturities are more vulnerable to price pressures, so inflation can push their yields higher than their short-term peers Sunny Oh Sunny Oh is a MarketWatch fixed-income reporter based in New York We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
2019-06-12T15:40:17.814Z
Tariffs are forcing Big Tech to move production out of China Despite warnings from China, major tech companies are shifting some production out of the country. partner Foxconn Technology Group said it would be able to manufacture all US-bound iPhones outside of China if it were forced to do so And as we saw when the Game of Thrones finale was blocked in China, the trade wars could impact more than hardware
2019-06-12T15:04:42.965Z
Changing Of The Guard At Foxconn Terry Gou's run for President of Taiwan has forced Foxconn to make a transition to professional management. We will see a lot more of these across Asia in the years ahead. Independent of Gou’s chances of actually getting elected, this is interesting for several reasons As a venture becomes more established, the founder may not have the skills, or even the inclination to take on more general management tasks But we can expect a wave of these transitions coming in the years ahead
2019-06-12T15:02:16.840Z
Stocks veer lower, led by drops in tech companies and banks NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are veering lower in early trading on Wall Street Wednesday, led by drops in technology companies and banks. Energy companies were also lower as the price of crude oil... Investors shifted money into safer holdings after more than a week of aggressive buying Investors will likely have to deal with more volatility ahead of an economic summit later this month Medidata provides cloud-based services and software to help medical and pharmaceutical companies manage data and track clinical trials
2019-06-12T14:50:55.858Z
Jobs Report Sends a Signal: Is It A Recessionary One? Slow jobs creation in May gives cause for concern about economic prospects, as do falling participation rates. Though it would be premature to declare an economic turn based on these data, much less a recession, they should prompt sensitivity to other signs of weakness. But even if the economy were to receive such good news, two labor force considerations stand in the way of rapid growth The dip is still not a trend of significance and could easily reflect the usual ebb and flow of these statistics from one month and one quarter to the next As it stands today, however, such signals are months off and when they arrive, recession will still be a ways off
2019-06-12T14:46:00.927Z
Far from 'devalued', euro surges as trade war hits yuan If evidence is needed of how far ripples from the Sino-U.S. trade war are reachi... European policymakers would not welcome Trump talking down the dollar, she added On some valuation models, such as purchasing power parity, the euro is indeed undervalued, given the dollar has strengthened in recent years, Foley said Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-06-12T14:13:19.168Z
Opinion | Joe Biden previews the pummeling he plans to give Trump The Democratic front-runner is on target. Democratic presidential candidate and former vice president Joe Biden in Ottumwa, Iowa, on Tuesday While Trump is tweeting, China is making massive investments in technologies of the future However, when his conspiratorial theories and willful ignorance result in bad policy choices (e.g., pulling out of the Paris climate agreement, trying to put a muzzle on a State Department analyst to prevent him from discussing climate science in testimony to Congress, denigrating renewable energy), he poses a threat to Americans’ security and prosperity
2019-06-12T13:24:40.153Z
Wall Street set to open lower as trade tensions weigh Wall Street was set to open slightly lower on Wednesday as worries of a protract... Trump also said that interest rates were way too high, ahead of a reading on U.S. inflation that could shift the odds toward a cut in rates as soon as July Trade-sensitive Boeing Co dropped 0.5% in premarket trading Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-06-12T13:20:41.654Z
China Tobacco: the big smoke Acquisitions and joint ventures are also on the cards Penalties may be feeble by 17th century standards but tough anti-smoking laws have already been passed in some big cities With a third of young Chinese men predicted to die from smoking, the government cannot ignore the coming crisis
2019-06-12T13:15:20.630Z
U.S. consumer prices barely rise; underlying inflation muted U.S. consumer prices barely rose in May, pointing to moderate inflation that tog... REUTERS/Brendan McDermid The report from the Labor Department on Wednesday, however, showed some pockets of inflation, with rents and healthcare costs rising solidly, which could buy the U.S. central bank some time before easing monetary policy Gasoline prices fell 0.5% in May after rising 5.7% in April Food prices rebounded 0.3% in May after dipping 0.1% in the prior month Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-06-12T13:13:06.935Z
Analysis | The Technology 202: Silicon Valley's congressman wants tech companies to collaborate on disinformation Ro Khanna is drafting legislation. The new market research app, which can be used only by adults invited into the program, promises greater transparency from the company as to what data is being collected and how it's being used Wall Street Journal CHECK-INS Coming soon : The House Intelligence Committee on Thursday hosts a hearing on the National Security Challenges of Artificial Intelligence, Manipulated Media, and Deepfakes
2019-06-12T12:54:53.396Z
Gold renews climb, spurred on by weaker stocks and worrisome geopolitical headlines Gold prices advance Wednesday, as bulls tried for back-to-back gains after a sharp tumble to start the week. Haven precious metals were largely tracking... Police on Wednesday fired tear gas and high-pressure water hoses at protesters who massed outside government headquarters in opposition to a proposed extradition bill that has sparked concerns over China’s control of the semi-autonomous territory We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
2019-06-12T12:30:20.038Z
Analysis | The Finance 202: China becomes early 2020 flashpoint as Trump and Biden trade blows Joe Biden is getting tougher. Voters will decide whether it's tough enough. TRUMP TRACKER White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)   Kudlow says USMCA is more important than China: [Trump’s] top economic advisor, Larry Kudlow, told CNBC on Tuesday that enacting a trade pact with Mexico and Canada to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement is 'more important' for the U.S. economy than a deal with China, CNBC’s Kevin Breuninger reports Heather Long THE REGULATORS Rostin Behnam THE FUNNIES From The Post's Tom Toles: BULL SESSION Stephen Colbert on Trump's Super Secret Agreement With Mexico:
2019-06-12T12:19:26.970Z
How Vladimir Putin lifted lid on secret Melania Trump meeting after 'recruited' claim VLADIMIR PUTIN lifted the lid on his short conversation with Melania Trump during a meeting with the First Lady and US President Donald Trump, a documentary revealed. Last week, Donald and Melania Trump visited the UK in a state visit under an invitation from the Queen for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings When you are talking about fishing, how do you not embellish He added that he also told Trump about Kamchatka, a peninsula in the Russian Far East, and about the fauna, about the tigers
2019-06-12T12:08:18.149Z