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Stocks rise on new trade-deal hopes; Dollar Burglaries: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) – US index futures rose along with equities in Europe as China resurged hopes for progress in trade talks with America this week despite numerous potential headwinds. Gold slipped with government bonds. Contracts on the S & P 500, Dow Jones and Nasdaq 100 indices increased earnings after it was reported that China is still open to US partial …

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Johnson & Johnson, a Risperdal maker, hit an 8 billion dollar rating

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia jury awarded $ 8 billion in punitive damages to Johnson & Johnson and a subsidiary for a drug on Tuesday. According to the plaintiff's lawyers, these companies have linked up with the abnormal growth of female breast tissue in boys. [19659002] Johnson & Johnson denounced the award immediately after the jury's decision before the court on …

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The dollar is doomed to fail – but could pay off when the next bubble comes up, warns Jim Rogers

Equities closed last week on a slower-than-expected employment data, which did not weaken the Fed's expectations for easier money, but were not weak enough to signal a looming recession. "Until we see a clear indication that the majority of economic data has deteriorated significantly, we do not see a recession that pushes stocks down in the fourth quarter," said Adam …

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How Facebook tried to fight a billion dollar FTC fine

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg this month on Capitol Hill. (Joshua Roberts / Reuters) Facebook initially launched an aggressive legal offensive against federal authorities seeking to impose a bill worth of money for abusive practices, arguing in newly revealed documents that the company was not harming consumers or benefiting from user abuse & # 39; Data – and that it would …

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Gold is falling as the US-China trade crisis bolsters the dollar

A worker holds a bullion on January 13, 2015 at the Istanbul Gold Refinery in Istanbul, Turkey. Ozan Kose | AFP | Getty Images Gold fell on Monday as uncertainties surrounding the US-China trade war drove some investors into the safety of the dollar and put pressure on assets denominated in the US currency. However, Autocatalyst Metal Palladium rose to …

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Fed Preview: The Dollar may be at a turning point when Powell surrenders

The US Federal Reserve is expected to see a second consecutive rate cut in the still technically significant mid-cycle Powell adjustment. The big question for market participants is whether the Fed will make further cuts. The bond market is still crying for further cuts, with 10-year government bond yields still well below the Fed funds target. – Optimism for Powell …

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Dollar falls as oil spills bring investors to safety

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The dollar fell as oil-producing countries' safe havens and currencies rose Monday after an attack on Saudi Arabian refineries that disrupted global oil supplies and exacerbated tensions in the Middle East. FILE PHOTO: The US dollar bills are curled and tested during production at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington on November 14, 2014. REUTERS …

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US Dollar Rises Following Investing.com Job Vacancy

© Reuters. Investing.com – The US dollar rose slightly on Tuesday as vacancies in the US declined for the second year in a row. The one who measures the greenback's strength against a basket of six major currencies gained 0.1% to 98,347 from 9:49 am CET (13:49 CET). The Labor Department declined 31,000 to a seasonally adjusted 7.2 million in …

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Technical Analysis of US Dollar Index Futures (DX) – Strong upside momentum as long as the Euro remains weak

The US dollar rose against a basket of currencies on Friday on better than expected US economic data, a collapse in the euro and the repatriation of dollars tied to foreign investment. In the US Consumer spending rose solidly in July as households bought a range of goods and services. The Commerce Department said Friday that consumer spending, which accounts …

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