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  • Editor’s Picks / 29 July 2015 at 2:07 GMT

    What will happen when the Greek market re-opens

    CNBC
    Greece's main stock market, the Athens Stock Exchange, is expected to open again at some point this week, marking – it's hoped – a return to relative normality for the troubled Mediterranean country. "The reopening of the market would no doubt also send a positive signal as regards the slow return to at least some semblance of normality in Greece," currency analysts at Rabobank wrote in a research note. Late Tuesday, the Greek securities regulator announced that it would decide early on Wednesday on a date for reopening - which could be as early or Wednesday or Thursday, Reuters reported. Yet when business as usual is not exactly thriving, this could be cold comfort. While economists see no chance the central bank will raise rates this week, they put the odds of a September boost at about 50%, a Bloomberg survey published July 22 showed.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 29 July 2015 at 2:02 GMT

    Asian stocks rise for first time in six days

    Bloomberg
    Asian stocks rose for the first time in six days, following US and European shares higher, as investors awaited an update on monetary policy from the Federal Reserve. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index gained 0.4% to 140.85 as of 0902 in Tokyo. Better-than-estimated earnings from Pfizer and Ford, and mergers among European companies fueled Tuesday’s rally outside Asia, with a gauge of global stocks snapping a five-day slump. Traders will be combing the Fed’s post-meeting statement on Wednesday as policy makers assess the strength of economic growth amid plunging commodity prices and Chinese financial-market turmoil. “Often when a lot of stocks get washed out, we get a rebound,” Nader Naeimi, at AMP Capital Investors. “The Fed will be focused on global conditions. What’s happening globally can’t be totally ignored.”
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  • Article / 29 July 2015 at 2:01 GMT

    Timing, not size, is the Fed's focus

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Timing, not size, is the Fed's focus
    There is some speculation that when the Fed eventually increases rates, a smaller increase than the expected 25 basis points may occur. However, this would be the first in history this would happen and is unlikely. While the increase is expected to be 25bps, it is still difficult to say whether they will move in September or December.
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  • Article / 29 July 2015 at 1:22 GMT

    Today's Trade: ASX opens strongly on overseas leads

    Trading Desk / Saxo Capital Markets
    Australia
    Today's Trade: ASX opens strongly on overseas leads
    Strong overseas leads led the local sharemarket higher in early trading, with banks and miners behind the charge. A flurry of takeovers and earnings reports sent European and US stocks rising for the first time in six days as Chinese equities pulled back from a sell-off. Iron ore rose 2.1% to $53.45 after rumours that Chinese inventories are being restocked at these lower prices. Meanwhile, AUDUSD strengthened on the back of the fall in 10-year bonds and the rise in the iron-ore price.
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  • Article / 29 July 2015 at 0:11 GMT

    Earnings Review: Baidu's catch-up is too much, too late

    China Watcher / Shanghai
    China
    Earnings Review: Baidu's catch-up is too much, too late
    Baidu announced its second quarter earnings, with talk on its upcoming potential in O2O and how this will form the ‘next Baidu’. Investors shouldn’t buy-in to the rose-tinted view that management has presented, because Tencent and Alibaba have already been active in the industry.
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