FinSentS Weekly Recap

Weekly Review of Headlines
● Asian Stocks Higher, Tracking US Gains On Fed Assurance – CT

Global stocks rose and the dollar fell on Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve signaled it will move slowly to raise interest rates…Read More

● Fed’s Dudley Agrees With Yellen’s Cautious Approach On Rate Rises – RTRS

If the U.S. economy continues to grow at a moderate pace, pushing down unemployment and pushing up on inflation, the Fed will gradually normalize its interest-rate policy, Dudley said, echoing Yellen’s comments earlier this week…Read More

● S&P Cuts China Rating Outlook To Negative From Stable – BBG

Standard & Poor’s has cut the outlook for China’s credit rating to negative from stable, saying the nation’s economic rebalancing is likely to proceed more slowly than the ratings firm had expected.

● EUR/USD Retreats From Highs, Back Near 1.1310 – FXStreet

The common currency manages to keep the trade above the 1.1300 handle vs. the dollar today, with EUR/USD now hovering over the 1.1310/15 band.

● Gold Climbs, Set To Book Best Quarter In Nearly 26 Years – WBP

Analysts estimate gold could book the best quarter in nearly the last 26 years, as investors prefer safe-haven assets amid worries over global economic growth and a slowdown in China.

● PBoC Researcher Says Growth May Drop To 5% Per Year In 2021/25 – RTRS

China’s economic growth is likely to slow to around 5 percent annually between 2021-2025 from an expected annual rate of 6.5 percent in the next five years, a senior Chinese central bank official was reported by official media as saying on Thursday.

● Soothing Sounds From The Fed Restart Emerging Market Rally – Yahoo

Emerging market stocks climbed to a four-month high and currencies from Malaysia to Mexico jumped on Wednesday, as soothing noises from the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve helped extend a two-month rally in EM assets.

● Japanese Shares Fall On Yen Worries – WSJ

Stocks in Japan suffered their biggest drop in more than a month Friday amid worries about deteriorating sentiment among Japanese companies.

● Oil Prices Fall On Stronger Dollar, Further Oversupply Worries – RTRS

TOil futures edged down on Friday to below $40 per barrel, with the market growing increasingly sceptical that a looming deal to freeze crude production can help clear a global glut.

● Huawei Net Profit Surges 32% In 2015 – MarketWatch

As revenue increased 37% last year, Huawei doubled down on its investment in research and development. Its R&D spending rose 46% to 59.6 billion yuan ($9.2 billion) last year, the company said Friday.


Stock Information

US Adobe Systems Incorporated (ADBE) Upgraded by Vetr Inc. to Buy #ADOBE SYSTEMS INC #SP500 More Details

● $FB

US Christopher K. Cox Sells 15,600 Shares of Facebook Inc (FB) Stock #FACEBOOK INC #NASDAQ More Details

● $FE

US FirstEnergy Corp. (FE) Trading Up 0.8% #FIRSTENERGY CORP #SP500 More Details

● $IAG

AU Australian shares up as banks bounce, NZ keeps rising #INSURANCE AUSTRALIA GROUP #ASX2000 More Details

● $005930

KS Pel Sues Samsung Over Newspaper Advertisement #SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO LTD #APEX50 More Details


US Short Interest in Gladstone Commercial Co. (GOOD) Increases By 25.5% #GLADSTONE COMMERCIAL CORP #NASDAQ More Details


GR Bayer appoints Joyce Lee to Lead North American Animal Health Business #BAYER AG #STOXX600 More Details


LN Barclays’s Japan Chief Nakai to Resign Later in Year, Memos Say #BARCLAYS PLC #LDN100 More Details

● $TEF

SM Lingo Media Subsidiary Enters Landmark Distribution Partnership with Telefonica #TELEFONICA SA #STOXX600 More Details

● $AA

US Samsung Unit Claims Alcoa Interference Stymied Saudi Project #ALCOA INC #SP500 More Details


InfoTrie News
● Support Our Application

Our application as InfoTrie to OCBC Accelerator, powered by Nest has been submitted successfully.

In order to let us have the opportunity to provide better service for you, please support us. Your support is very important for us. Thank you for your kind cooperation!Support us now


Contact Us

Any comments, questions, suggestions or concerns please feel free to

And find us on following social media to get real-time news!





Inserisci i tuoi dati qui sotto o clicca su un'icona per effettuare l'accesso:


Stai commentando usando il tuo account Chiudi sessione /  Modifica )

Google+ photo

Stai commentando usando il tuo account Google+. Chiudi sessione /  Modifica )

Foto Twitter

Stai commentando usando il tuo account Twitter. Chiudi sessione /  Modifica )

Foto di Facebook

Stai commentando usando il tuo account Facebook. Chiudi sessione /  Modifica )


Connessione a %s...