digital Markets

Digital Markets Unit starts work on codes of conduct for tech giants

sdecoret – Digital markets regulator officially launched to ensure tech giants such as Facebook and Google cannot exploit their market dominance to crowd out competition and stifle innovation online By Sebastian Klovig Skelton , Senior reporter Published: 07 Apr 2021 13:45 A new regulator set up to scrutinise the dominance of technology giants in…

equity Markets

Private Placement Equity Markets Now “Steve Muehler — Equity Capital Markets”

Steve Muehler today announced that the “Private Placement Equity Market” has been renamed to “Steve Muehler – Equity Capital Markets.” Los Angeles, CA, March 28, 2021 –(– Steve Muehler, the Founder & Senior Managing Member of Private Placement Markets, today announced that he has re-acquired all equity shares of the Company and renamed the Company’s…

Asian Markets

Asian markets eye muted start on economic hopes, pandemic fears

Asian markets were set for sideways trade at Thursday’s open as lingering pandemic concerns pushed against stronger economic data, and with little firm direction from Wall Street.

Markets seesaw

Markets will seesaw for months, Invesco top strategist cautions

Invesco’s Kristina Hooper sees near-term trouble associated with the coronavirus vaccine shortage and disappointing economic news.

Emerging Markets

How emerging markets are approaching crypto

From Brazil to Nigeria, people turn to bitcoin because it’s the most advantageous way for them to conduct international transactions. 

General Markets Obamacare

Obamacare Markets Will Not Reopen, Trump Decides

ImagePresident Trump late last week on his way to Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia.Credit…Sarah Silbiger/Getty ImagesThe Trump administration has decided against reopening the Affordable Care Act’s marketplaces to new customers, despite broad layoffs and growing fears that people will be uninsured during the coronavirus outbreak.The option to reopen markets, in what is known as…

General Markets Stock

US Stock Markets Fall Again As Coronavirus Takes Economic Toll

The stock market has been in a jarring up-and-down pattern for weeks. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Spencer Platt/Getty Images The stock market has been in a jarring up-and-down pattern for weeks. Spencer Platt/Getty Images Updated at 11:09 a.m. ET The U.S. stock market dropped sharply again Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial…

General Markets world

World markets dip as Italy coronavirus deaths surge: Live updates

South Korea, once the largest coronavirus outbreak outside China, has seen its newly recovered patients exceed fresh infections for the first time on Friday, as it reported its lowest number of new cases for three weeks. However, the death toll from an outbreak of coronavirus in Italy has jumped in the last 24 hours by…

General Markets surprises

ECB surprises markets by not cutting rates, but announces stimulus to fight coronavirus impact

The European Central Bank decided Thursday not to cut interest rates, despite market expectations for a reduction amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.However, the central bank did announce measures to support bank lending and expanded its asset purchase program by 120 billion euros ($135.28 billion).Market participants were expecting a rate cut of 10 basis points as a…