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    NEW YORK, Nov 17 (Reuters) – The U.S. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) warned on Thursday it was seeing a number of small initial public offerings (IPOs), including many from China, which constituted pump-and-dump schemes that investors should stay away from. Most of these initial public offerings raise less than $25 million for companies worth ...
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    European stocks drop after early rise Dollar regains strength on hawkish Fed speak Micron gloom frazzles chipmakers Oil and metals sag in commodity markets LONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) – Nagging recession and interest rate worries had Europe’s markets spluttering on Thursday, and the pound started to sag as Britain looked to put last month’s disastrous ...
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    LONDON, Nov 16 (Reuters) – If financial markets bore the brunt of this year’s interest rate shock, housing now stands in the firing line. And a residential real estate quake would hurt many economies far more, amplifying the bond market ructions of the past 12 months if inflation can’t be contained quickly enough to allow ...
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    HONG KONG, Nov 16 (Reuters) – Asian stocks dropped and the dollar gained on Wednesday after a blast in Poland that Ukraine and Polish authorities said was caused by a Russian-made missile. Worries over a potential ratcheting up of geopolitical tensions spurred a drop of 1% in MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan ...
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    TAIPEI, Nov 16 (Reuters) – Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has decried “rumours” about the risk of investing in the island’s key semiconductor industry, saying the government was working hard to ensure such investments continued. Taiwan, home to the world’s largest contract chipmaker TSMC (2330.TW), , plays an outsized role in providing the chips used in ...
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    SYDNEY, Nov 15 (Reuters) – Asian share markets were mixed on Tuesday and oil was weaker as investors sought to digest the economic implications of China’s COVID policy adjustments and a rescue package for the country’s struggling property sector. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan (.MIAPJ0000PUS) was up 0.1%, following mild losses for ...
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    Fed’s Waller downplays recent inflation data Brainard says Fed likely to slow hikes soon Beijing lays out property support, COVID steps Biden meets China’s Xi at G20 meeting NEW YORK, Nov 14 (Reuters) – A gauge of global stocks ended lower on Monday in choppy trade and U.S. bond yields rose as investors assessed comments ...
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    HONG KONG, Nov 14 (Reuters) – Chinese property stocks and bonds rose sharply on Monday after news of further support measures from Beijing to boost liquidity in the sector, hailed by one analyst as a “soaking rain after a long drought”. Here’s a look at the main measures implemented to shore up the Chinese property ...
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    TOKYO, Nov 14 (Reuters) – Shares in Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp (9984.T) plunged on Monday after the company reported a heavy loss at its Vision Fund investment arm for a third consecutive quarter. The shares sank 13% in early afternoon trade – heading for their biggest one-day loss in more than two and a half ...
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    Investors pile into riskier assets Prompted by cooler reading of U.S. inflation Driven also by easing of China’s COVID curbs Reduced expectations of more quick Fed rate rises LONDON, Nov 11 (Reuters) – The dollar headed for its biggest two-day drop in almost 14 years on Friday, as investors piled into riskier assets after a ...