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  • Article / 04 August 2017 at 7:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: Risk sentiment wanes ahead of July jobs data

    Head of Editorial Content / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Morning Markets: Risk sentiment wanes ahead of July jobs data
    Asian investor sentiment was subdued ahead of the release of nonfarm jobs data in the US. Korea's Kospi Composite headed back into positive territory after sharp falls on Thursday, but it didn't regain much ground lost due to the talk of a hike in corporate taxes. In Australia, the largest listed bank is in hot water with a government funds tracking agency over alleged anti-money laundering breaches.
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    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    G20 Finance Ministers will put US under pressure. What is the truth behind Trump's trade stance?

    Glorious isolation will not the US and global economy well.

    EU fin...
  • Trade view / 16 February 2017 at 12:40 GMT
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    Can Elon Musk live up to investors' wildest dreams? – #SaxoStrats

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Tesla shares are up 54% since early December as investors are buying into a rosy future for Tesla betting on the Tesla 3 production to be moved forward. Despite positive news out on Tesla 3 the execution risk is still extremely high and the valuation is completely out of sync with the rest of the car industry which is still the best peer group.
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    Corto Maltese Corto Maltese
    Hi Peter, Societe General took a big dive this morning; has this changed your view ?
  • Editor’s Picks / 05 July 2016 at 23:25 GMT

    Japan Inc counts the cost of Brexit as yen soars

    The Straits Times
    Japan Inc is counting the cost of Brexit. The yen's surge after Britain's decision to exit the EU has turned the outlook for a gain in annual profit to the first decline in four years. Take Toyota Motor. Since the Brexit vote, the mean forecast for net income at the world's biggest carmaker has slid to $16.5 billion. The referendum outcome triggered the yen's biggest one-day advance in almost 18 years, taking its gains against the dollar this year to 17%. Profit estimates for Nissan and Canon were also cut by analysts after the Brexit vote. Growth concerns in Europe after the referendum and the currency's gains are casting a shadow on exports and threatening to derail Shinzo Abe's efforts to free Asia's second-biggest economy from deflation.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 08 June 2016 at 1:00 GMT

    Uber gears up to upend the car loan market

    CNBC
    To many observers, the endgame of Uber's auto market disruption is a world where you never own a car again. But Ari Levy writes there's an irony in how Uber plans to get there: It's making a big push into the hundred-plus billion-dollar auto financing market. Think about all the money that goes into leases and loans from captive financing units at Toyota, Honda and Ford, luring consumers into shiny new vehicles. Automobile financing amounts to $116 billion a year just in the United States, according to IBISWorld, all for the sake of car ownership – or something resembling it.
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