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Equities Rise Should Continue

Economic data and equity markets are highly correlated over time. The correlation is not day-to-day or even month-to-month as the media attempts to connect the dots on a daily basis, but over several years the connections become apparent. Along the ...

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A senior exec in Citigroup’s equities unit has left

The building of a Citibank branch is seen at Paulista Avenue in Sao Paulo’s financial center Thomson Reuters A senior executive in Citigroup’s equities unit has left the bank. David Tenney, formerly the co-head of Investor Sales Services for the ...

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Why Asian equities will continue to outperform

We maintain our constructive view toward Asian equities, which centres on our outlook of strong domestic growth, attractive valuations and improving earnings fundamentals. Asian equities outperformed in the first six months of 2017, with strong returns … Read Full Story ...

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Equities take a step in the right direction

Heading into the close, the FTSE 100 is 50 points higher, while US markets look to drive higher once more. Bullish sentiment recovers North Korea troubles fade away Admiral sinks to the bottom of the index Tuesday’s lacklustre trading has ...

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Equities Slightly Higher

[BRIEFING.COM] The major averages opened Wednesday’s session modestly higher with the S&P 500 sporting a gain of 0.2%. Most sectors are currently trading in the green, but gains have been limited with no group adding more than 0.5%. The financials ...

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