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European Stocks Tread Water as Stimulus Hopes Lift Asia

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Updated July 15, 2019 5:23 am ET
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0919 GMT - European shares are broadly flat after Asian stocks advance on hopes for stimulus to boost the flagging Chinese economy.The Stoxx Europe 600 is largely flat at 386.
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Opinion | Stock Buybacks Often Second-Worst Option

Jason Zweig is right that stock buybacks are a better use of excess cash than empire building, but that just means that buying back stock is often the second-worst option, not the best (“The Intelligent Investor: Buybacks, and Debate Over Their Merits, Aren’t New,” Exchange, July 6).One problem with current buyback programs is the perverse incentives of compensation plans tied to earnings-per-share goals.
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Stocks Turn Higher, Dollar Falls on Powell Testimony

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Updated July 10, 2019 8:50 am ET
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08:44 ET - U.stock futures reverse early losses to trade higher after the release of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s prepared Congressional testimony where he says the economic outlook hasn’t improved in recent weeks, an indication the central bank could be prepared to cut its benchmark short-term rate when officials meet later this month.
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European Markets to Open Lower as Traders Await Powell Speech: CMC Markets

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Updated July 9, 2019 1:35 am ET
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0529 GMT - European markets are set to open lower this morning, as sentiment remains sour ahead of Fed head Jerome Powell’s speech later today, says David Madden of CMC Markets UK.“Traders will be playing close attention to the update, as Powell might drop clues about potential changes to monetary policy,” Madden says.
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The Daily Shot: Number of Multiple Job Holders Trending Higher - Daily Shot

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Wealth Adviser Briefing: Fed Rate Cuts, Deutsche Bank, Mediterranean Sweet Spots - MoneyBeat

Deutsche Bank Seeks to Reassure Investors Over Restructuring












Global Stocks Fall as Prospects of Fed Rate Cut Recede












Large IPOs Set Record Pace in First Half












Turkish Lira Falls After Erdogan Ousts Central Bank Chief












During Stock Rally, Nervous Investors Buy Bonds, Too












After a Strong First Half, Stocks Tend to Stay Higher












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