In a few hours Chinese consumers will be limbering up their fingers and pounding their keyboards or smartphones to make 2015 Singles Day the biggest day ever in retail history. In many ways Singles Day is a way to assess not only Chinese consumption trends but the overall core legacy ecommerce business.
CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports from Istanbul on the unexpected victory claimed by the AK Party in parliamentary elections.
Australia saw another increase in employment which may very well keep the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) holding at its current policy, possibly through the rest of 2015.
Emerging Money’s Tim Seymour helped subscriber navigate one the most volatile weeks in history.
Discussing global growth problems for Venezuela, Brazil and Russia, with Kathryn Rooney Vera, Bulltick Capital Markets, and Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management.
Source CNBC.Com’s Leslie Shaffer – The Bank of Japan’s (BOJ) Tankan survey showed the country’s large manufacturers are more optimistic than expected, with the index hitting its highest level since March 2014, before a sales tax hike took effect.
So much for US recession, NFP in the US was well beyond consensus and puts into play where people were positioned even on rates after yesterday’s opening hours of pain but easing back by the end of the day.
Every credit guy I speak to seems to be getting long or is very long volatility. Equity guys seem to be long complacency. Bond markets always smarter. EM markets tend to be as well in a reactionary way. EM equities as measured by the EEM ETF are -7.8% in 26 days straight down from a […]
Emerging Money Daily Audio Call March 5 – On today’s call we highlight outperformance of Europe and a rebound in global markets today despite Dollars strength that’s pushing EM currencies to the brink.
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