Share market tumbles as US recession fears grow  RNZ

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New Zealand's share market has opened sharply lower, falling 1 percent after Wall Street closed down 3 percent on recession fears.New Zealand's share market has opened sharply lower, falling 1 percent after Wall Street closed down 3 percent on recession fears.

Share market tumbles as US recession fears grow | RNZ News

The markets have been in a spin cycle since President Donald Trump announced on Aug. 1 that he would impose 10% tariffs on about $300 billion in Chinese imports.The markets have been in a spin cycle since President Donald Trump announced on Aug. 1 that he would impose 10% tariffs on about $300 billion in Chinese imports.

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Gluskin Sheff's David Rosenberg is painting a painful picture for stocks as earnings season goes into full gear.Gluskin Sheff's David Rosenberg is painting a painful picture for stocks as earnings season goes into full gear.

The divergent performances between industrial companies and those providing services have investors nervous that another shoe will soon drop.The divergent performances between industrial companies and those providing services have investors nervous that another shoe will soon drop.

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“U.S. shares dropped as the bond market signalled rising concern about the American economy and data showed that Germany is veering toward a recession. https://t.co/ILHLPtejIn”

Michael Fabricant 🇬🇧 on Twitter: "U.S. shares dropped as the bond market signalled rising concern about the American economy and data showed that Germany is veering toward a recession. https://t.co/ILHLPtejIn"

“Is the US entering a recession? Janet Yellen tells Fox Biz: “I think the answer is most likely no. I think the the US economy has enough strength to avoid that. But the odds have clearly risen and they are higher than I am frankly comfortable with.” #economy #stocks”

Heather Long on Twitter: "Is the US entering a recession? Janet Yellen tells Fox Biz: “I think the answer is most likely no. I think the the US economy has enough strength to avoid that. But the odds have clearly risen and they are higher than I am frankly comfortable with.” #economy #stocks"

“Stocks opening sharply lower on Wall St following big losses in Europe after German’s economy shrank in the second quarter and as the US bond market flashed a warning about a possible recession. Dow ⬇️ 400 points 〽️ https://t.co/1s9QBCci2y”

Julia Macfarlane on Twitter: "Stocks opening sharply lower on Wall St following big losses in Europe after German’s economy shrank in the second quarter and as the US bond market flashed a warning about a possible recession. Dow ⬇️ 400 points 〽️ https://t.co/1s9QBCci2y"

“Signs pointing to a deepening global economic slowdown—and the risk of recession—are flashing more brightly as China and Germany, the world’s second- and fourth-largest economies, post figures showing sluggishness and U.S. stocks tumble https://t.co/TKgvlC1eWr”

Ben Pershing on Twitter: "Signs pointing to a deepening global economic slowdown—and the risk of recession—are flashing more brightly as China and Germany, the world’s second- and fourth-largest economies, post figures showing sluggishness and U.S. stocks tumble https://t.co/TKgvlC1eWr"

The Japanese yen and U.S. dollar index were higher on Wednesday after the U.S. Treasury bond yield curve inverted for the first time since 2007 and investors, gripped by fear of a looming global recession, fled to the safety of perceived safe-haven assets.The Japanese yen and U.S. dollar index were higher on Wednesday after the U.S. T...

Yen, dollar higher as safe-havens benefit from recession fears - Reuters

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GOLD PRICES rose on Wednesday as shrinking German economy outweighed the Trump tariff relief while yield curves inverted in the US & UK to spread recession fear, writes Atsuko Whitehouse. Spot gold increased by 1% to $1515 per ounce while European shares fell as Germany’s GDP shrank by 0.1% between April and June, fuelling fears of a recession for Europe’s largest economy. Gold climbed 1.4% to $1534 per ounce on Tuesday but fell 3.1% to $1486 after President Trump announced delays in imposing some tariffs until 15th December 2019.

Gold Climbs Higher as Germany Edges Towards Recession, and Yield Curve Inverts for US & UK | Gold News

NEW YORK: Stock markets on both sides of the Atlantic saw hefty losses Wednesday, gripped by fears for the global economy following poor Chinese and German data and as key US bond benchmark signaled more trouble ahead.NEW YORK: Stock markets on both sides of the Atlantic saw hefty losses Wednesday, gripped by fears for the global economy following poor Chinese and German data and as key US bond benchmark signaled more trouble ahead.

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Here is what you need to know on Wednesday, August 14th: - The mood remains positive amid signs of detente between China and the US. Beijing is reportHere is what you need to know on Wednesday, August 14th: - The mood remains positive amid signs of detente between China and the US. Beijing is report

Forex Today: Trade reprieve provides relief, German recession fears grow, UK inflation eyed

German GDP fell in the second quarter, igniting recession fears. Chinese economic data released earlier today also stoked fears of a slowdown.German GDP fell in the second quarter, igniting recession fears. Chinese economic data released earlier today also stoked fears of a slowdown.

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The German economy shrank in the second quarter and may be headed toward recession. Growth of Chinese factories was the slowest in 17 years.The German economy shrank in the second quarter and may be headed toward recession. Growth of Chinese factories was the slowest in 17 years.

Financial markets are flashing a key warning sign of a recession, and the global economy is weakening as the U.S.-China trade war intensifies.Financial markets are flashing a key warning sign of a recession, and the global economy is weakening as the U.S.-China trade war intensifies.

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