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  • EEM
    Barrons.com2 hours ago

    Can China Have Bull Market While In A Bear Economy?

    The benchmark MSCI China Index posted an 8% gain, topping global equity markets, even though we all know China's macro economy is not doing great. According to Credit Suisse equity strategist Vincent Chan, who has been a bear for quite a while, 28% of  the stocks covered by the bank beat expectations while only 20% missed. Despite a weak set of macro data, China's overall industrial profits surged 11% in July as supply-side reform helped crowded industrial sectors such as steel and coal back to profit.

  • EWZ
    Forbes3 hours ago

    Dilma Rousseff Ousted By Senate: What's Next For Brazilian Markets?

      Ending a long impeachment process, Brazil's Senate ousted President Dilma Rousseff on Wednesday. That’s bad news for Latin American socialists of all sorts, and most notably for Venezuala’s President  Nicolás Maduro, who faces massive protests over the failures of his socialist agenda. Bad news for socialists is usually good news for financial

  • SPY
    Forbes4 hours ago

    Stocks Mostly Rebuff The Slide In Oil

    We watched oil closely earlier this year. The oil price bust ultimately pulled down stocks. And when oil aggressively bounced off of the bottom, stocks recovered alongside, returning to new record highs. Today it was oil again. Stocks oscillated near record highs and following an anticipated Fed event last week had continued