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"A recipe for more power over the markets of companies"

Libra is a "recipe for more corporate power over markets and consumers," said US Sen. Sherrod Brown, senior member of the Senate Banking Committee. Senator Brown's recent comments came as an official video of NowThis News on July 16, which was published hours after hearing the Senate Banking Committee's Facebook Libra ability to force people to spend their money use …

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Bonds Case, Stocks Drop Ahead of Powell's Testimony: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) – U.S. Pat. Treasuries have been published by Chairman Jerome Powell on the extent of Federal Reserve easing before testimony. Crude oil gained. The yield on 10-year Treasuries moved above 2.1% for the first time in a month. S & P 500 index futures pointed to a lower open New York and the Stoxx Europe 600 gauge headed for …

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US stocks open on the eve of the Powell report: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) – Would you like to get an insight into European markets? In your inbox before opening, every day. Sign up here. US. Stocks followed lower European equities as markets started off poorly in the week. The dollar has risen to its highest level since mid-June. The S & P 500 fell on Tuesday morning as investors awaited further guidance …

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stocks mixed as investors Mull Trade; Bonds rise: markets wrapped

(Bloomberg) – US stock futures fell and European equities rallied following a mixed Asian meeting as fears over the recent US-China truce eased. The dollar moved as government bonds rose. Contracts for all three main US indicators pointed to a small decline. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index has recently rallied, although gains were modest and some national benchmarks were pushed …

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The truce between Trump and Xi could bring more questions to the markets than answers

Uncertainty as to whether a meaningful agreement can be concluded could emerge over the markets in the second half of the year. Existing tariffs will persist and companies will continue to hit. And the government's position on Chinese technology giant Huawei is still grim, which could make the technology sector nervous. "The Temporary Arrangement contributes little to resolving the fundamental …

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Money markets thrive in an atypical sweet spot

(Bloomberg) – In a global financial environment dominated by negative interest rates and central banks signaling more accommodative policies, the US money market industry is booming. Typically used as a place to park cash in times of uncertainty: Taxable funds posted inflows of approximately $ 136 billion this year, even though US equity markets rallied and bonds yielded positive returns. …

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The price of oil jumps in the midst of new tensions in Iran, declining US supply and price gains on the stock markets

Thursday's oil price rose in line with other risky assets after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates in the coming months and the news was that Iran has shot down a US military drone. Wednesday's data, which showed a decline in US shipments and a firmer date for a meeting of the oil-exporting countries' organization to review the promised production …

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