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The worst second-quarter start since the Great Depression

The worst second-quarter start since the Great Depression U.S. stocks just had their worst second-quarter start in a long time as tech continues to get hit and U.S.-China trade tensions remain front and center. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about. New Quarter, Same Stock Volatility (Bloomberg)-Asian markets …

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Asia roundup: antipodeans ease on downbeat Chinese manufacturing PMI, Dollar steadies against Yen as global trade tensions recede, Asian shares decline – Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Asia roundup: antipodeans ease on downbeat Chinese manufacturing PMI, Dollar steadies against Yen as global trade tensions recede, Asian shares decline – Monday, April 2nd, 2018 Market Roundup China’s March Caixin manufacturing PMI at 51.0 vs. 51.7 expected, 51.6 last Japan Taikan Manufacturing Outlook: 20 actual, 22 expected, 21 previous …

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Americas roundup:dollar flat as rally fizzles ahead of easter weekend,U.S. stocks end rocky week in positive territory,gold slips,Oil prices rise as OPEC seen continuing supply cuts through 2018-march 30th, 2018

Americas roundup:dollar flat as rally fizzles ahead of easter weekend,U.S. stocks end rocky week in positive territory,gold slips,Oil prices rise as OPEC seen continuing supply cuts through 2018-march 30th, 2018 Market Roundup • Harker gets more hawkish, sees 2 more Fed rate hikes this year. • China warns U.S. not …

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Americas roundup:dollar flat as rally fizzles ahead of easter weekend,U.S. stocks end rocky week in positive territory,gold slips,Oil prices rise as OPEC seen continuing supply cuts through 2018-march 30th, 2018

Americas roundup:dollar flat as rally fizzles ahead of easter weekend,U.S. stocks end rocky week in positive territory,gold slips,Oil prices rise as OPEC seen continuing supply cuts through 2018-march 30th, 2018 Market Roundup • Harker gets more hawkish, sees 2 more Fed rate hikes this year. • China warns U.S. not …

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Intelligence Report: Shrugging Off Trade War, Oil Holds Gains

   Intelligence Report: Shrugging Off Trade War, Oil Holds Gains –    Solar costs have fallen rapidly over the past decade. The EIA estimates that solar system costs on a per-watt basis declined by 10 to 15 percent per year between 2010 and 2016. –    There are various ways to estimate costs in the solar industry, and …

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Spotlight on recent economic and monetary developments and their impacts on carry, high-beta and G10 FX universe

Spotlight on recent economic and monetary developments and their impacts on carry, high-beta and G10 FX universe The currency markets navigated two major events over the past week that left the broad dollar with no more directional clarity than before. The March FOMC under new Fed Chair Powell raised rates …

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