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India GDP for Q1 Rises 4.8%, in Line With Estimates

 

I guess this is for those interest in investing and trading in emerging markets .

 

Euro Area Jobless Rate Rises to Record 2.2% as Consumer Prices Climb 1.4%

 

More bad news for a stabilizing EU

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Employment Probably Grew at Steady Pace: U.S. Economy Preview

 

Employers in the U.S. added as many jobs in May as they did the month before, showing the world’s largest economy is weathering the effects of higher taxes and government spending cuts.

 

 

U.S. Stocks Post First Two-Week Decline Since November

 

U.S. stocks fell for the week, sending the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index to its first back-to-back decline since November, as investors speculated the Federal Reserve will consider scaling back stimulus efforts.

 

 

Dollar Climbs on Speculation Fed to Taper Stimulus; Rand Slides

 

The dollar gained versus all of its 16 most-traded peers for the first month since 2011 as speculation grew that stronger U.S. economic data will spur the Federal Reserve to reduce its unprecedented monetary stimulus.

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SEC temporarily suspends trading of dozens of companies

 

The Securities and Exchange Commission has suspended trading of Fidelity First Financial, Oxford Capital and 59 other empty shell companies until June 14, saying there are questions about their operating status.

 

SEC Suspends Trading in 61 Empty Shell Companies in Second Largest Suspension Ever - WSJ.com

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The IMF’s $3.8 trillion warning to the Fed

 

A rocky exit from low interest rates by the Federal Reserve risks $3.8 trillion of losses to global bond portfolios, the International Monetary Fund warned Wednesday in its latest global financial stability report.

 

The IMF was at pains to emphasize that it’s not forecasting such losses, but it did point out that tightening in the past has been a key trigger for declines in fixed-income markets.

 

The IMF?s $3.8 trillion warning to the Fed - MarketWatch

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thanks for the update. is there any secret internet link that I can access the news like what the traders do on their terminal?

 

I think you can just go to Bloomberg site and keep track of the links you like for different news and then set them up on your desktop for quick access

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