NewsWatch: A ‘shock to markets around the world’ could trigger next financial crisis, says Roubini

The Federal Reserve is widely expected to strike a dovish chord when it meets this week, clearing the way for a July rate cut — the first in more than a...... Read more on MarketWatch

MarketWatch


Bond Report: Treasury yields inch higher ahead of busy week for central bankers

Treasury yields rise Monday ahead of a meetings this week for the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan... Read more on MarketWatch

MarketWatch


London Markets: London markets flat as investors look to central banks

The Bank of England meeting is unlikely to produce a hoped-for rate increase as economic data sours... Read more on MarketWatch

MarketWatch


This bank is ditching fees amid the rise of cheap checking accounts from fintech upstarts

Customer penalties are a significant source of revenue for the financial industry: The ten biggest banks collected more than $11 billion in overdraft fees in 2017, according to the FDIC.... Read more on CNBC

CNBC


Global stocks, yields steady with focus on Fed, central banks

A gauge of global stock markets edged higher on Monday to build on monthly gains and benchmark government bond yields hovered near multi-year lows as investors girded for developments later in the wee...... Read more on Reuters

Reuters


Europe Markets: Europe markets quiet as Fed meeting in focus

Investors debated whether economic data was pushing central banks closer to easing... Read more on MarketWatch

MarketWatch


Will the Federal Reserve Cut Interest Rates at Its June Meeting? -- The Motley Fool

A rate cut isn’t widely expected this week, but it’s not out of the question.... Read more on The Motley Fool

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UK hopes Trump and Xi can ease trade tensions at G20 summit: Hammond

Britain hopes that U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping can make progress on easing trade tensions when they meet later this month at a summit of world leaders in Japan, Britis...... Read more on Reuters

Reuters


Everything You Are Being Told About Saving And Investing Is Wrong - Part I

We continue to see consumer credit hitting all-time records despite an economic boom, rising wage growth, historically low unemployment rates. Today, there is a... Read more on Seeking Alpha

Seeking Alpha


Need to Know: A ‘shock to markets around the world’ could trigger next financial crisis, says Roubini

The Federal Reserve is widely expected to strike a dovish chord when it meets this week, clearing the way for a July rate cut — the first in more than a...... Read more on MarketWatch

MarketWatch


Global markets mixed ahead of Fed meeting

Japan +0.03%.Hong Kong +0.40%.China -0.79%.India -1.19%.London +0.06%.Paris +0.21%.Frankfurt +0.19%.... Read more on Seeking Alpha

Seeking Alpha


Mogu, China Techs Learn Importance Of Profits

Shares of recently listed loss-making Chinese tech firms like Mogu are likely to languish as long as they post losses, but could gain some new life if and when ... Read more on Seeking Alpha

Seeking Alpha


Wife of former Nissan boss Ghosn urges Trump to help her husband

The wife of former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn urged U.S. President Donald Trump to raise her husband's case with Japan's prime minister at a summit of world leaders later this month.... Read more on Reuters

Reuters


Asia Markets: Asian markets mostly higher as investors await Fed meeting

Asian shares were mostly higher Monday amid a wait-and-see attitude about the direction of interest rates and the trade dispute between the U.S. and China.... Read more on MarketWatch

MarketWatch


Huawei CEO expects sales to drop to $100 billion in 2019, 2020

China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd expects sales to drop to around $100 billion this year and the next, CEO Ren Zhengfei said on Monday, as its business comes under pressure due to U.S. sanctions...... Read more on Reuters

Reuters


Huawei CEO expects sales to drop to $100 billion in 2019, 2020

China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd expects sales to drop to around $100 billion this year and the next, CEO Ren Zhengfei said on Monday, as its business comes under pressure due to U.S. sanctions...... Read more on Reuters

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