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  • Article / 1 hour ago

    3 Numbers: German factory weakness, French industry, US jobless

    editor/analyst /
    United States
    3 Numbers: German factory weakness, French industry, US jobless
    The EU overall macro trend has been reviving, but Germany has been in a rough patch lately. Today's German factory orders will show how economic momentum was holding up in the top EU economy at the close of the first quarter. Meanwhile the industrial production release for France is likely to show that French industry appears stuck in reverse gear. On the other side of the Atlantic, a moderate rise in US initial jobless claims will support the view that recent payroll weakness is only a short-term issue rather than a sign of deeper problems.
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  • Trade view / 2 hours ago
    Strategic trade to ride crest of Alibaba’s earnings wave

    Portfolio Manager / Alcuin Asset Management
    Alibaba’s biggest rival,, will report its earnings on Friday morning, 24 hours after Alibaba. Alibaba’s release will indicate what to expect from, as they have similar strategies. Investors should also look for commentary on’s move into consumer finance.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 2 hours ago

    Templeton's Mobius no longer the king of emerging markets

    For a quarter of a century the name Mark Mobius has been synonymous with investing in developing markets. But the bald, energetic New York native who often dresses in white suits may be seeing his reign coming to an end. Like Bill Gross, Mobius, 78, has posted mediocre numbers in recent years and seen investors depart. While they still make money, 11 of the 13 largest funds that Mobius oversees at Franklin Templeton Investments have underperformed their benchmarks over the past five years. At his zenith in 2011, Mobius oversaw $39 billion. Today that figure is down to $26 billion. In December, his flagship Asian Growth Fund lost its long-held position as the region’s largest to First State Investments’ Asia Pacific Leaders Fund.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 3 hours ago

    The 'full Bart chart' has arrived for the ASX

    Business Insider
    Yesterday saw the ASX's biggest one-day fall in two years and traders woke to learn US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen said overnight “equity valuations at this point are generally quite high”. She added: “There are potential dangers there.” Deutsche Bank managing director Glenn Morgan said we hadn’t seen such “blatant stockbroking since Alan Greenspan made his ‘irrational exuberance’ comment in 1996″. But he added: “Janet makes a fair point. The S&P 500 is trading a full three PE points above the five-year average.” Morgan noted a chart he’d seen which showed recent market tops on the S&P500 were spread 1,897 days apart and that we’re now at the end of the next point in that cycle. And what else? A Patrick Star giving way to a half-Batman, then yielding to a full Bart chart - with nowhere to go but down.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 3 hours ago

    Asia slides, EUR powers up as global bond rout rattles markets

    Asian stocks fell on Thursday, taking the lead from losses on Wall Street, while a rise in Eurozone debt yields amid a global bond rout kept the EUR hovering at a two-month peak versus the USD. As European deflation fears have ebbed, a seeming reversal of trades linked to the European Central Bank's big quantitative easing has resulted in a sell-off in core European bonds and equities this week, rattling investors across asset classes. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 1.1% as China, Hong Kong, Australian, South Korean and Malaysian shares retreated. The Shanghai Composite Index was down 1.8%, extending its losses so far this week to 6.4%. The index is up an impressive 28% so far this year on views that Chinese policy easing would shore up equities. The steep gains, however, have triggered expectations of a sharp correction.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 3 hours ago

    Britain heading for a hung parliament

    The Guardian
    Britain is heading for a second hung parliament in succession after the most drawn-out election campaign since the war appeared to be ending in near deadlock with Labour and the Conservatives tied at 35% each according to the preliminary results of the final Guardian/ICM campaign poll. Ed Miliband’s party has pulled back three points on ICM’s previous campaign poll, published nine days ago, with the Conservatives remaining unchanged. Previous ICM surveys had reported Conservative leads, ranging from six to two points. Labour’s recovery appears to have been helped by a last-week squeeze at the political fringe: Ukip and the Greens both slip back two points, to 11% and 3% respectively.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 22:52 GMT

    Oil analysts cautious on shock oil price rebound

    The Jakarta Globe
    Oil prices are on the rebound, but analysts at some top banks still believe this could be a bad year for crude — but not as terrible as originally predicted. Brent has rallied 49% from a six-year low in January as demand accelerates and growth in supplies starts to slow. The rebound is a shock. At the start of 2015, Bank of America, Barclays and Goldman Sachs Group all predicted that oil might collapse to about $30 a barrel. Now they are raising their price estimates, while remaining sceptical that crude will rise much higher. There are still risks, including US shale oil coming back into the market with the increase in prices, they say.
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