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Flood of Traders Betting Against VIX May See Big Losses Like 2018

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This article was originally published on this site “Sentiment is incredibly bullish,” as Nancy Davis, chief investment officer (CIO) at Quadratic Capital Management, told the Journal. The VIX normally falls in rising markets and rises during selloffs, thus its popular moniker as a “fear gauge.” The VIX plummeted by more than 50% from Dec. 24,…

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4 Reasons Investors Are Overcrowding FANGs Despite Risks

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This article was originally published on this site In a startling reversal, investors who inflicted nearly $1 trillion in market share losses on the four FANG stocks by abandoning them last fall are now rushing back to own Facebook Inc. (FB), Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), Netflix Inc. (NFLX) and Google-owner Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL), even as signs…

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US, China to resume talks in bid to end damaging trade war

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Washington, DC – High level trade talks between the United States and China will resume next week as the world’s top two economies move closer to a deal. The White House said in a statement late Tuesday that Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will travel to Beijing for negotiations starting April…

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Indies report dip in Easter trade as hot weather hits footfall

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The Middle East must avoid making the same investing mistakes as Europe, BlackRock's Larry Fink says

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The Middle East must tread carefully to ensure it does not make the same investment mistakes as Europe, according to the CEO of the world’s largest asset manager. “The only way to get more financial inclusion in this region and every region is to have greater participation in the capital market through equities in their…

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Want to be Reading Terminal Market’s newest merchant? A contest will decide who gets to move in

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The “Fresh Food Fight,” launched this month, invites applicants to submit proposals for fresh food or grocery concepts. The judges of the competition will not consider proposals that call for prepared food or restaurant-style concepts — instead, they’re looking for ideas like a Halal or kosher butcher, a grocery store, or an in-house bread maker.

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Samsung investing $116B in non-memory chips

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Samsung (OTC:SSNNF,OTC:SSNLF) plans a hefty investment in non-memory chips to take on TSMC (NYSE:TSM) and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM). The company will invest $116B through 2030 to cut its reliance on the volatile memory chip market. The money will be split between domestic R&D and production infrastructure.

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New Highs for the Stock Market Could Be Bad News for the Bulls

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Photograph by Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg The stock market has rallied back, with the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite setting new highs, in large part because of investors’ optimism about a friendly Federal Reserve. But good news may be bad news for bulls, as strong financial market performance and improving economic data may make a rebound…

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SoftBank investing $1B in Wirecard

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Rampell: Trade pact moves on without U.S.

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What a jerk you were to let me dump you. That’s the message the Trump administration is sending to some of our closest allies and most important economic partners. The most recent target is Japan, whom our U.S. ambassador berated last week for not giving us a favorable deal that Japan actually did give us –…

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