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Tokyo Trading Session Heads Up Tuesday, August 13, 2019

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Oakmark’s Bill Nygren And Win Murray Discuss Value Investing Part II

The second part of an exclusive GuruFocus talk with Oakmark’s investment gurus. They discuss Apple, News Corp, idea generation, lessons learned and much more

 

Italy: Predicted Increase In Government Instability Now Continues Through September

Forward-looking highlights from GeoQuant’s high-frequency political risk intelligence platform.

 

Dow Jones, DAX 30, FTSE 100 Forecasts in the New Trade War Climate

The Dow Jones, DAX 30 and FTSE 100 were taken by surprise on Tuesday when President Trump announced the newest tranche of tariffs on China would be delayed.

 

AUD/USD hold on to gains with all eyes on the key Australia/China statistics

While the extension to the US tariffs on some Chinese goods and resumption of trade talks pleased AUD/USD buyers on Tuesday, traders await key data for now.

 

Wall Street kicks back on trade war headline Turnaround-Tuesday

DJIA, climbed 382.20 points, or 1.48%, at 26,279.91 Nasdaq Composite index climbed 152.95 points, or 1.95%, to 8,016.36. S&P 500 index added 43.23 po

 

NZD/USD remains on the road to recovery ahead of China data

With the US President Donald Trump breaking positive trade news for China, NZD/USD followed other Antipodeans and recovered from the latest lows.

 

UK’s Hammond accuses PM Johnson of ruining any chance of a deal with the EU – The Sun

Early Wednesday morning in Asia, The Sun came out with a news report quoting a leaked letter from the UK’s former Chancellor Phillip Hammond to No10.

 

UK’s Bercow: Will stop Boris Johnson from closing Parliament to secure Brexit – The Telegraph

John Bercow, The Commons Speaker from the UK, said on Tuesday that he would refuse to let the PM take Britain out of the EU without any deal.

 

EUR/USD technical analysis: Euro ends Tuesday near its weekly lows, sub-1.1173 level

 

South Korea Export Price Growth (YoY) came in at -5.3%, below expectations (-2.8%) in July

South Korea Export Price Growth (YoY) came in at -5.3%, below expectations (-2.8%) in July

 

South Korea Import Price Growth (YoY) registered at -1.3% above expectations (-4.1%) in July

South Korea Import Price Growth (YoY) registered at -1.3% above expectations (-4.1%) in July

 




Oil technical analysis: WTI skyrockets to $57.40 a barrel as the US-China trade war eases

 

United States API Weekly Crude Oil Stock climbed from previous -3.4M to -2.19M in August 9

United States API Weekly Crude Oil Stock climbed from previous -3.4M to -2.19M in August 9

 

Facebook sends legal warning to developer who made an Instagram location-tracking app to demonstrate data issues

A buzzy startup was caught saving millions of users’ data, and now Instagram is cracking down on other developers.

 

A group including Macklemore, Ciara, and Microsoft’s CEO will buy a stake in Seattle’s pro soccer team | Markets Insider

A group of Seattleites from the music, sports, and tech scenes will buy a stake in the city’s MLS team, the Seattle Sounders, Bloomberg reported. The purc…

 

Tilray sinks after reporting a larger loss than expected in the second quarter (TLRY) | Markets Insider

Tilray, the Canadian cannabis company, reported second-quarter earnings Tuesday that beat analyst expectations on revenue but missed on adjusted loss per …

 

Wayfair stock slips on debt offering

Wayfair Inc. shares fell in the extended session Tuesday after the home-furnishings retailer proposed a debt offering. Wayfair shares declined 2.4% after…

 

Oil prices fall as sources say API data show an unexpected weekly climb in U.S. crude stocks

The American Petroleum Institute reported late Tuesday that U.S. crude supplies rose by 3.7 million barrels for the week ended Aug. 9, according to sources….

 

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