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Markets Live: ASX set to sag

2018-01-15 theage.com.au
The ASX is set for a weaker start after a lacklustre session in Europe on a day when US markets were closed.

Markets Live: ASX set to sag

2018-01-15 smh.com.au
The ASX is set for a weaker start after a lacklustre session in Europe on a day when US markets were closed.

8@eight: ASX set to slip lower at open

2018-01-15 theage.com.au
The leads for the Asian session are not overly insightful and one can almost run a ruler under the overnight leads, with the US offline for Martin Luther King Day. So we will wait for S&P 500 futures to re-open at 10:00 aedt and we can start to ramp up into gear.

8@eight: ASX set to slip lower at open

2018-01-15 smh.com.au
The leads for the Asian session are not overly insightful and one can almost run a ruler under the overnight leads, with the US offline for Martin Luther King Day. So we will wait for S&P 500 futures to re-open at 10:00 aedt and we can start to ramp up into gear.

Robots, giant bottles, and bubbly will define the wine world in 2018

2018-01-10 bworldonline
MOST OF the wine world was happy to wave goodbye to 2017, a year of vine-killing frosts, hail, drought, and destructive wildfires in regions from California, to Chile, to Europe. Looking forward to 2018 is not only a relief; it’s exciting, because the year is full of promise. There will be new experimentation, exploration, and the continuing of trends we enjoyed from last year.

Follow The Yield, And Then Follow The Currency

2018-01-10 seekingalpha
Global equities have taken a well-deserved pause overnight as investors access the recent surge in sovereign bond yields. (13-0)

Should Pfizer Make A Second Attempt To Acquire Allergan?

2018-01-08 seekingalpha
Pfizer already tried to buy Allergan but the deal was shot down due to the tax inversion it implied. (74-0)

The Past Is Not Passed: 2017 Spills Into 2018

2018-01-01 seekingalpha
Low yields and flattening curves send a different signal than rising commodity prices and strong equities. (0-1)

8@eight: ASX gets back to work

2017-12-26 theage.com.au
As we gear up to tackle what is left of the working week, this scene is set for a largely unchanged open, that is, at least at an index level. (2-0)

8@eight: ASX gets back to work

2017-12-26 smh.com.au
As we gear up to tackle what is left of the working week, this scene is set for a largely unchanged open, that is, at least at an index level. (2-0)

Tesla: 2017 Was A Failure

2017-12-26 seekingalpha
I can hear the supporters of Tesla (TSLA) telling me that my title is completely wrong. They may talk about Model S/X sales, Elon Musk's rocket company, or the stock's performance, to name a few things. However, as we get ready to close out the year and add the final chapter to the story of 2017, we really need to think of this year as a failure for the company.

Fitch Rating upgrade for Indonesia months after S&P move

2017-12-21 thestar.com.my
Growth outlook: A cargo ship is towed in by tugboats in Tanjung Priok Port, Jakarta. Fitch expects Indonesia’s gross domestic product to rise 5.4 in 2018 and 5.5 in 2019, from 5.1 in 2017. — Reuters

Indonesia bags Fitch rating upgrade after S&P lifts it from junk

2017-12-21 bworldonline
JAKARTA — Indonesia won a second sovereign rating upgrade this year, with Fitch Ratings raising its assessment to the second-lowest investment grade, months after S&P Global Ratings lifted the nation out of junk status.

Sable coats and gold rings feature in Eartha Kitt’s ‘Santa Baby’ – but how much would this luxury wishlist cost today?

2017-12-18 telegraph.co.uk
A sable fur coat, convertible car, and deeds to a platinum mine are some of the items listed on the Christmas list of the insatiably materialistic character in Eartha Kitt's tongue-in-cheek, festive hit Santa Baby.

Bond market counts losers and winners

2017-12-17 bworldonline
ONE OF THE MOST lucrative places for this year’s bond investor was in mines from Brazil to Mexico. One of the worst was North American malls. (174-0)