FinSentS Weekly Recap

Weekly Review of Headlines
● Eurozone Yields Near Lows, US Data Unlikely To Clear Fed’s Brexit Fog – Yahoo

Bond yields across the world have collapsed since Britain’s shock vote to leave the European Union last month delivered a blow to the outlook for global growth and upped the pressure on central banks to adopt easier monetary policy…Read More

● Asian Shares Mostly Up On Positive US Data – WSJ

Asian shares generally rose on Thursday, as data indicating a strengthening U.S. economy offered some respite from the recent market turmoil…Read More

● Yuan Declines for Fifth Week as PBOC Seen Cutting Back Support – BBG

The yuan headed for a fifth weekly decline, the longest run of losses this year, amid speculation the central bank favors further depreciation as it seeks to revive economic growth.

● DIHK Expects German Exports To Britain To Drop By 5% Next Year – DM

DIHK said it now sees a 1 percent drop in exports to the United Kingdom in 2016, down from its previous forecast of a 5 percent rise. In 2017, the Chambers of Industry and Commerce expects German exports to Britain to drop by 5 percent.

● Ex-BoJ Shirai: BoJ Should Refrain From Further Easing & Eye Tapering — RTRS

Japanese companies’ inflation expectations fell slightly in June from three months ago, the Bank of Japan’s tankan survey showed, adding to growing doubts over its argument that aggressive money printing will accelerate price growth to its 2 percent goal.

● Crude Prices Continue To Slump As Brexit Sparks Demand Concerns – MarketWatch

The US dollar was easing on Monday and the USD/JPY pair was seen hovering below the ¥102 level, some 0.4% lower on the day. Further weakness is likely in the near future.

● Copper Dips To 1-Week Low After Inventory Build-Up – CNBC

Copper slid to a one-week low on Wednesday after an influx of inventories to warehouses, while the wider metals market was weighed down by worries about global growth after Britain voted to exit the European Union.

● Italy Pushes Europe Stocks Up For 2nd Day, Trimming Weekly Drop – BBG

European shares rebounded for a second day, extending gains after a U.S. jobs report showed an improvement in U.S. hiring, with Italy’s benchmark gauge surging the most since April.

● Fed’s Dudley: Fed patient on US rates due to Brexit, inflation – Rtrs

“With uncertainties about the outlook and inflation being lower than desired, it allows us to be a little more patient,” Dudley, a permanent voter on Fed policy, said in the heart of this former manufacturing city.

● Brazil sets smaller 2017 deficit to dispel austerity doubts – Rtrs

Brazil set a smaller 2017 primary deficit target than initially envisioned, in an attempt to show greater austerity after an increase in spending raised doubts about the government’s fiscal discipline.


Stock Information
● $CRM


● $EMC

US ISS Recommends EMC Shareholders Vote ‘FOR’ Proposed Merger With Dell #EMC CORP/MA #SP500 More Details

● $STJ

US St. Jude Ends Investor Suit Over Cardiac Devices For $39M #ST JUDE MEDICAL INC #SP500 More Details


US SUSE joins Microsoft business cloud group #MICROSOFT CORP #SP500 More Details


US NVIDIA Corporation and the GeForce GTX 970 Paradox #NVIDIA CORP #SP500 More Details

● $DAL

US Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) Shares Down 1.4% on Analyst Downgrade #DELTA AIR LINES INC #SP500 More Details


US Netflix Jumps After Canaccord Genuity Initiates Coverage At Buy #NETFLIX INC #SP500More Details


US Microsoft Dynamics 365 &ndash everything in the cloud #ADOBE SYSTEMS INC #SP500 More Details


US Jack Ma offers China’s answer to Apple, Google with web car #APPLE INC #SP500 More Details

● $WDC

US Western Digital Announces CFO Transition #WESTERN DIGITAL CORP #SP500 More Details


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