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S&P 500 And Margin Accounts Near All-time High (Will Fed Rock the Boat??)

The S&P 500 stock market index is near an all-time high. But then again, margin accounts at NYSE firms are also at all-time highs.

Meanwhile, brokerage call money loan rates on margin accounts continue near the all-time low (despite recent increases in The Fed Fund Target rate). 39 more words

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US stocks ended the week higher and hit records during the week on a positive outlook for third quarter earnings. 152 more words

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IMF probeert het woord 'zeepbel' te vermijden

Blog Marcel de Boer, fd, 16-10-17

Het vorige week door het Internationaal Monetair Fonds gepresenteerde Global Financial Stability Report  is een curieus document, realiseer ik me terwijl ik nog eens de toelichting doorneem van Tobias Adrian, directeur van de kapitaalmarktdivisie van het fonds. 936 more words


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Rassegna settimanale 9-15 ottobre: Giappone e Corea del Sud

9 ottobre, Giappone – Il Segretario Generale dell’ONU Guterres visiterà il Giappone tra le preoccupazioni sulla Corea del Nord

Il Segretario Generale dell’ONU Antonio Guterres domenica ha affermato che ha in programma di visitare il Giappone entro la fine dell’anno per discutere insieme al Primo Ministro Shinzo Abe una serie di questioni incluso il programma nucleare nord coreano. 3,020 more words

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Adeosun: FG to start collecting Luxury tax— rich people must bear the burden

Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance, says the federal government will soon start collecting luxury taxes.

Addressing journalists at the annual meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington DC on Sunday, Adeosun said people with higher income must bear a greater part of the tax burden. 469 more words


Poland quitting a precautionary Flexible Credit Line from IMF

Poland will quit a precautionary Flexible Credit Line (FCL) from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) worth $9.2 billion, the country’s Finance Ministry said on Saturday. 105 more words

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