SHANGHAI (Reuters) -A key gauge of Asian shares rose on Friday, supported by gains in China and a decision by the European Central Bank to maintain stimulus, while investors largely shrugged off the impact of a possible U.S. capital gains tax hike. Modestly firmer equity
Investing.com – Asia Pacific stocks were mostly up Friday morning, steadying after broad-based declines in their U.S. counterparts, as investors continue to digest a U.S. proposal for higher taxes to fund the country’s latest social plan. Japan’s Nikkei 225 fell 0.74% by 10:37 PM ET
The bond world isn’t exactly known for embracing technology, particularly since until fairly recently most fixed-income trades were still conducted by telephone. But bond traders in the notoriously niche $600 billion commercial mortgage-backed securities market (CMBS), now have more ways than ever to tap Big
Intel Corp.’s new chief executive, Pat Gelsinger, has another urgent problem to deal with, in addition to restoring the chip giant’s manufacturing business to its former glory. In its earning report Thursday, Intel INTC, -1.77% said its highly profitable business of selling chips to data-center
The Moneyist: My financially reckless ex-husband bought a house with our son. Now his business is failing. How can we get out of this mess?
Dear Quentin, I divorced my former husband in 2011. There were many reasons we didn’t get along, but one of them was finances. He would just decide to do something with our money or my inheritance money, and not even ask me first. This was
: ‘If ever there’s a time for progress, the time is now’: Are more Americans supporting Black-owned businesses?
George Floyd’s death last year and the following mass protests put the spotlight on Black-white inequality in all forms, including the challenges for Black-owned businesses. Since that time, data suggests consumers have increasingly put their money where their mouth is, by spending more at Black-owned
The scheduled delisting of Coinbase shares from the German Deutsche Boerse stock exchange appears to have been averted. The platform announced on Wednesday that Coinbase would be removed from the Xetra and Frankfurt stock exchanges this week after it was discovered the cryptocurrency exchange had not
It’s been four months since I last posted on this blog, and it’s time to put some thoughts on paper again. First things first: it’s been a long year, and I hope 2021 is better for everyone. Second: for new readers, at the top of
Today is almost three months since I last posted on this blog, and it’s time to put some thoughts on paper again. Standard disclaimer for new readers: email replies containing charts, market history and thoughtful analysis are always welcome. Any responses discussing geopolitical events or theories