FinSentS Weekly Recap

Weekly Review of Headlines
● Fed’s Evans Says Market More Pessimistic On US Rate Hikes – RTRS

“Market expectations are pricing in a 20 percent likelihood of things deteriorating from here,” said Evans during an investor conference in the Asian financial hub, citing recent surveys. “I don’t have that outlook. In general, financial market expectations are more pessimistic than ours”…Read More

● ECB’s Praet: ECB Could Launch New Stimulus – WSJ

The European Central Bank isn’t discussing so-called helicopter money, two top ECB officials said on Thursday, distancing themselves from a novel concept that is touted by some economists as a solution to the eurozone’s ultralow inflation…Read More

● BoJ’s Kuroda: Japan Economy Likely on Moderate Expansion Trend – MNI

Japan’s economy is likely to be on a moderate expansion trend despite some recent signs of weakness, Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said Thursday.

● UK Job Vacancies Growth Slows To 33 Month Low – Markit/REC

UK job vacancies growth decelerated to its slowest pace in 33 months and the expansion of permanent job placements eased, a survey found.

● Bankruptcy filings more than double in Brazil as recession deepens – RTRS

Bankruptcy protection requests in Brazil more than doubled in the first quarter from the year-earlier period, as businesses suffered from the highest borrowing costs in a decade and a steep recession dragged down revenue, credit research company Serasa Experian said on Wednesday.

● RBA Interest Rates On Hold, Stands Ready To Cut If Dollar Stays High – ABC

The official overnight cash rate target has been left at 2 per cent, where it has been since last being cut in May 2015.

● Copper At One-Month Low As Demand Concerns Trigger Selling – CNBC

Copper hit its lowest in a month on Thursday as concerns over demand from major consumer China helped push the metal through key chart support, triggering further selling.

● Oil Prices Waver After Supply-Driven Rally Loses Steam – MarketWatch

Oil futures ended lower Thursday, failing to extend gains to a third straight day as bullish momentum in the wake of an unexpected decline in U.S. crude inventories faded and investors shunned assets perceived as risky on concerns about the global economic outlook.

● GBP/USD Weekly Outlook: Brexit Concerns to Hold Sterling in Vice-Like Grip

The next week is expected to bring some bigger movements again and the pound might decline back below the psychological level of $1.40.

● Dollar Crumbles Against The Yen – MarketWatch

The S&P 500 retreated on Thursday to close in the negative territory for the year as investors shunned assets perceived as risky in favor of haven plays.


Stock Information

US Google buildings evacuated after threat #GOOGLE INC #SP500 More Details


LN Alon USA Energy, Inc. (ALJ) Price Target Cut to $11.00 by Analysts at Barclays #BARCLAYS PLC #STOXX600 More Details

● $PXD

US Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) Shares Gap Up to $141.78 #PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES CO #SP500 More Details

● $SMD

AU Samsung launches new smartphone, adds extra feature for bikers #SYNDICATED METALS LTD #ASX2000 More Details

● $DBS

SP DBS joins forces with Rising Pune Supergiants for IPL-9 #DBS GROUP HOLDINGS LTD #APEX50 More Details

● $VOW

GR Volkswagen receives criticism over bonus payment to top managers #VOLKSWAGEN AG #STOXX600 More Details


LN How I persuaded Lloyds to cancel your 120,000 debt #LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC #LDN100 More Details


LN HSBC Downgrades Experian plc (EXPGY) to Reduce #HSBC HLDGS PLC #LDN100 More Details

● $005930

KS VR headsets to generate $895M in revenue in 2016 #SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO LTD #APEX50 More Details


US Robeco Institutional Asset Management B.V. Decreases Position in Intuit Inc. (INTU) #INTUIT INC #SP500 More Details


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