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It's Nearly All Bad News On Bloomberg Today

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http://www.bloomberg.com/index.html?Intro=intro3

Breaking News:

* Dollar Falls to Weakest in Three Years Against Yen, Record Low Versus Euro

* HSBC Gets $3.2 Billion Bid for French Banking Units From Banque Populaire

* Auction-Rate Bond Failures Lead to Worst Month for Municipals Since 2003

* Stocks Decline in Europe, Asia as ING, Allianz Fall; U.S. Futures Retreat

* European Economic Confidence Falls More Than Forecast as Food Prices Soar

* Peloton Blames Wall Street Lending Crackdown for Its Hedge Fund's Collapse

* KKR Writes Down Stakes in NXP, ProSiebenSat by About 25% Amid Credit Rout

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http://www.bloomberg.com/index.html?Intro=intro3

Breaking News:

* Dollar Falls to Weakest in Three Years Against Yen, Record Low Versus Euro

* HSBC Gets $3.2 Billion Bid for French Banking Units From Banque Populaire

* Auction-Rate Bond Failures Lead to Worst Month for Municipals Since 2003

* Stocks Decline in Europe, Asia as ING, Allianz Fall; U.S. Futures Retreat

* European Economic Confidence Falls More Than Forecast as Food Prices Soar

* Peloton Blames Wall Street Lending Crackdown for Its Hedge Fund's Collapse

* KKR Writes Down Stakes in NXP, ProSiebenSat by About 25% Amid Credit Rout

bloody pessimists.

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...US exporters looking good.... <_<

Ha you know the US trade deficit always gets better when the economy slows, I've seen a graph and noticed it over 2 or so years, when the economy slows "trade deficit better than expected", and when it expands it gets worse. I think it because credit (economic) expansion fuels consumption which worsens the deficit, after all the US economy is all finance and consumption so I suppose it makes sense. I wouldn't be surprised if its the same for our economy.

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  • 294 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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