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US Dollar Slides As Markets Take Stock Ahead of Holidays. Where to for USD?

The US Dollar is weaker today as markets appear to be putting the cue back in the rack ahead of the holidays next week. Will thin trading conditions undermine the DXY (USD) Index? US Dollar, USD/JPY, EUR/USD, Hang Seng, Crude Oil, Gold – Talking Points The US Dollar softened today as markets appear to be …

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Analysis: Short sellers gain nearly $304 bln after tumble in US stocks

NEW YORK, Dec 22 (Reuters) – This year’s steep decline in US equities is juicing the returns of short sellers who are on track for their first yearly gain since 2018 thanks in part to bets against shares of Tesla (TSLA.O), Amazon.com (AMZN.O) and other megacap growth stocks that have led markets higher for years. …

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Huawei’s chip company HiSilicon market share down to 0% in 2022 Q3 TechNode

Huawei’s semiconductor company HiSilicon saw its market share down to 0% in the global smartphone chipset since the second quarter of 2022, according to a report from hardware consultancy Counterpoint Research. The firm saw its peak in the second quarter of 2020, taking 16% of the market and ranking third, but has continued losing market …

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Analysis: Euro zone governments must court private buyers for mountain of debt

Dec 22 (Reuters) – Euro zone governments will have to charm private buyers to step in and buy 400 billion euros of additional debt next year, which will keep the bloc’s battered bond markets under pressure as the European Central Bank further unwinds its support. The ECB, effectively a guaranteed debt buyer since it launched …

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ECB’s might raise interest rates at current pace for a while – ECB’s de Guindos

BERLIN, Dec 22 (Reuters) – The European Central Bank might raise interest rates at its current pace for a period of time to curb inflation, said Vice-President Luis de Guindos. “If we do nothing, the situation would be worse because inflation is one of the factors behind the current recession,” he said in an interview …

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Here’s What Experts Predict for the Stock Market in 2023 — and What Investors Should Do

***Money is not a client of any investment adviser featured on this page. The information provided on this page is for educational purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. Money does not offer advisory services.*** We’ll soon close out a tough year for investors. Financial assets like stocks, bonds and crypto struggled as …

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