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After a brief flirtation with “normalization” global central banks are now decidedly dovish. Likely to re-embark on a global easing cycle, starting with FOMC July 31st meeting. While the Fed has been the most public reversal in policy...
Microsoft Corp. said strength in its cloud-computing business drove record revenue in the latest quarter, extending the strong performance under Chief Executive Satya Nadella that has made it the world's most valuable public company. Revenue rose 12% to $33.72 billion from the year-earlier...
Trade data are here to confirm it: the dependence to China’s exports is weighing on the Japanese manufacturing industry. In decline territory for the fourth straight month, exports to China dropped 10.1% in June, confirming a slowing ...
International Business Machines Corp. said revenue fell for its fourth straight quarter as it struggles to retool its business for the modern computing age, although Big Blue's profit grew more than Wall Street had projected. Revenue fell 4.2% from a year earlier to $19.16 billion. Profit rose 3...
The summer doldrums are here. Volatility in FX markets has all but dried up, only GBP providing fireworks as UK and EU leaders quarreled. Declining interest rate expectations and rising stock of negative-yielding bond have marginally ...
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s quarterly profit fell 6% as the cost of the Wall Street bank's pivot toward Main Street began to weigh. Goldman earned $2.42 billion, or $5.81 a share, on revenue of $9.46 billion. Both were lower than a year ago but beat muted expectations from Wall Street analysts....
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