Rash of attacks in U.S. as UN convenes in New York; Merkel dealt a blow in Berlin election; Aussie exchange shuts down, GM may face strike.
Sovereign yields rise as investors anticipate tightening; Aussie job data weak; U.K. limits foreign investment; Mylan meets Congress; Golfsmith files for Chapter 11.
The pound recovers as markets calibrate future Brexit risks; Danone to increase its presence in organic markets; S&P outlook for Australia dims.
A balanced or barbelled portfolio approach will help bond investors weather this period of low returns.
Politicians and policymakers in the U.S. can find a solution to the nation’s retirement crisis by looking to their friends Down Under.
Macro data points will provide clues to central bankers’ next moves; Wall Street earnings under the microscope; World Food Day spotlights global food security.
Central bank announcements on deck; Canada released unemployment data in the run-up to national elections; Alcoa kicks off earnings season.
As many developed nations bifurcate into political extremes, Australia’s government has handed power to a pragmatic, market-friendly moderate.
Beijing intervention appears to have chased traders and investors away; Australia gets a new PM; Brazil unveils budget cuts.
Euro zone unemployment unexpectedly drops for July; oil markets rally on OPEC announcement; China takes local Man Group manager into custody.