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Global Economic News from the Financial Times

  1. Sector optimism drives chipmakers back to record high territory
  2. The Fed has shifted to a far more appropriate stance
    The US central bank has improved both its analysis and its messaging
  3. Treasury yield curve narrows to lowest since 2007
    Fed’s dovish turn has led 10-year yields sharply lower
  4. Benchmark Treasury yield hits year-low after Fed move
    Investor concern over US economic outlook sends 10-year yield below 2.5%
  5. EU procurement: will member states buy it?
    Commission dusts off old proposal for pan-EU retaliatory weapon
  6. BoE holds interest rates as Brexit clouds outlook
    Policymakers in a ‘wait and see’ mode as economic indicators unclear
  7. US agriculture secretary warns on China’s trade tactics
    Sonny Perdue says Beijing’s ‘attitudes’ are hardening in talks to resolve spat
  8. The shift away from Libor could threaten stability
    Investors should not be too sanguine about transition from scandal-linked rate
  9. Populism and China slowdown unnerve watchmakers
    A renewed Baselworld fair faces its first test this week as watch market feels the heat
  10. Watches & Jewellery
    Baselworld’s moment of truth; interview with LVMH’s head of watches; economics and politics blight watchmakers’ growth forecasts; China’s authenticators fight counterfeit luxury goods; why brands are going big on women’s watches; injured veteran turns jewellery designer; engagement rings and the battle for higher search rankings

Financial Market News from the Financial Times

  1. Uber to list shares on NYSE in blockbuster IPO
    US ride-hailing company could be valued at more than $100bn, investors say
  2. Levi Strauss leaps 30% on return to public trading
    Jeans maker garners strong investor demand as New York exchange decks out in denim
  3. What’s it going to be, Japan: shark or mole?
    Rejig of Tokyo Stock Exchange offers opportunity to match the boldness of activists
  4. Tech stocks lead Wall Street rally after Fed’s dovish turn
  5. The pound’s sterling effort on Brexit
    Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
  6. IG Group: shredding spreading
    Regulatory crackdown is a sign the industry’s freewheeling days are over
  7. The London Report: Merlin magic wanes after downgrade
    Legoland owner’s improved 2018 figures are likely to be a false dawn, warns Berenberg
  8. Levi Strauss: hot pants
    Jeans maker does not sell at a premium. Neither should it shares
  9. Sterling extends losses falling more than 1%
  10. Lyft still has a long way to travel after its IPO
    The ride-hailing group’s main challenge will be to persuade public market investors to keep the faith