The number of New York City home sellers who cut their asking prices spiked to its highest level since 2009 during the week after Labour Day, according to StreetEasy. The real-estate website also saw its biggest wave of new listings around the same period, as sellers tried to attract New Yorkers who
Brisbane, Australia, Sep 21, 2018 - (ABN Newswire) - Axiom Mining Limited (ASX:AVQ.AX - News) ('Axiom' or 'the Company') is pleased to announce that the Minister for Mines on behalf of the Solomon Islands Government has formally granted Axiom's subsidiary, Axiom KB Limited, the Mining
Trump seemed to threaten the withdrawal of US military resources from the Middle East if OPEC members in the region didn't work to lower prices. He has consistently complained that oil prices are too high. The price of oil dropped following the tweet.
The collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 tolled the bell for the global financial system as we knew it. Martin Gilbert, the co-CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen, a $US736 billion asset manager and the largest active manager in the UK, helped his firm survive the crisis by spotting the red flags
Our market is poised to rise this morning even as China and the US head towards an all-out trade war with the Asian nation slapping extra tariffs on US$60 billion worth of US imports.
Perth, Australia, Sep 19, 2018 - (ABN Newswire) - Intermin Resources Limited (ASX:IRC) ("Intermin" or the "Company") is pleased to announce an updated Mineral Resource Estimate for ...
Speculation that Chinese policymakers may look to stimulate the domestic economy given an escalation in trade tensions with the United States, along with data revealing Chinese iron ore output fell to the lowest level since early 2010 last month, may have contributed to the move. Chinese iron ore and
Soybean prices fell more than 1% on Tuesday amid a quickly advancing US harvest and an escalation in trade tensions with China. Soybean prices fell to a decade-low on Tuesday after data pointed to a quickly advancing US harvest and as the Trump administration escalated trade tensions with the China,
Asian markets initially went risk-off this morning in response to President Trump’s latest tariff announcement. However, just after 5pm AEST Reuters reported that Chinese officials said they will be forced to retaliate and are now preparing for a worst-case trade scenario. Asian markets began the day
We’ve only just commemorated the 10th anniversary of the GFC but we may not need to wait long for the next financial crisis to hit. Here's what to watch out for.
Today, the Board of Directors of Ingredion Incorporated (NYSE:INGR - News) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.625 per share on the company's common stock. The dividend is payable on October 25, 2018, to stockholders of record at the close of business on October 1, 2018. This is the fourth consecutive
Goldman Sachs announced a big shakeup on Thursday as incoming CEO David Solomon cements his new leadership team before taking over for Lloyd Blankfein in October. The changes represent the rise of investment bankers over traders, who dominated the top ranks under Blankfein and have jockeyed back and
Tobacco stocks are surging after the Food and Drug Administration threatened the industry to combat the widespread flavored electronic cigarette use among young people. The FDA found top-selling brands were popular among minors. The FDA set a 60-day deadline for five major tobacco manufacturers to
This negative trending could weigh on the company's other strategies and advertiser's ability to scale their campaigns, says Jefferies. Snap user trends are tumbling in the third quarter, capping the company's efforts to improve the Android experience and advertiser's ability to scale
Nike's ad featuring Colin Kaepernick shows that the company communicates with its core consumers in a "provocative way," said Camilo Lyon, a Canaccord Genuity analyst. The ad was a "subtle but significant sign of Nike's strength and confidence in its position in the marketplace
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Equity investors are scrambling to position themselves ahead of Hurricane Florence's expected Friday-morning landfall. Insurance and construction-material stocks have been the worst hit so far, while those of companies specifically tied to the roofing industry have climbed. While it has historically
China’s steel exports continued to rise in the first half of this year, despite the introduction of US tariffs on March 23. But CBA expects Chinese steel exports to fall in the second half of the year, amid ongoing trade fears and increased global competition. China's steel exports just fell for
Emerging markets have been smashed this year, including in Asia. It appears recent declines may be prompting some foreign investors to buy back in. Net buying was recorded in both stocks and bonds, something that has not been seen since January this year.
2. Global trade fears are still very much on the radar, with markets preparing for the Trump administration to announce tariffs on another $US200 billion worth of Chinese goods. 4. The ASX is on a seven-day losing streak, and futures traders have marked the local index down again this morning with the