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The Hammerstone Group

February 18, 2020

Early Look: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Stock futures are lower across the board, led by a decline in technology names after Dow component and tech giant Apple (AAPL) warned that won’t meet its Q2 financial guidance because the viral outbreak in China has cut production of iPhones.

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Edison

February 18, 2020

UK Sparks: HSBC Swings Axe After Profits Tumble

Banking group HSBC Holdings has unveiled a major restructuring after seeing full-year pre-tax profits tumble by 33% to $13.4bn.The bank, which employs 235,000 staff, plans to combine its retail banking and wealth management business with global private banking. It will also reduce its European sales, trading and equities research.

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Edison

February 17, 2020

UK Sparks: Jupiter In Talks To Buy Merian

Jupiter Fund Management has confirmed that it is in advanced talks to buy Merian Global Investors in a deal that would increase its assets under management by more than 50%. It says in a statement that it sees an “attractive opportunity to acquire a high-quality independent active manager” that represents a “strong fit” in investment management philosophy and culture. Discussions have been taking place for some time and both Jupiter and Merian are confident that the combination would have the potential to deliver “meaningful benefits” for stakeholders. Merian had assets under management of £22.4bn at the end of last year, when Jupiter was managing £42.8bn.

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iShares by BlackRock

February 14, 2020

Clarity Through Classification: ESG Investing and ETFs

Sustainable investing has rapidly become integral to how investors build portfolios. Chris Dieterich and Armando Senra, head of iShares Americas, discuss what’s behind the transition and why ESG ETFs, which focus on environmental, social, and governance insights, are at the forefront of the sustainability charge.

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KraneShares Advisors

February 14, 2020

Asian Markets Mixed as Sentiment Improves

Asian markets were half up and half down last night following Thursday’s market selloff due to the announcement of more than 15,000 new cases of the virus thanks to a new methodology.

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Blue Line Futures

February 14, 2020

Morning Express: Feb. 14, 2020

U.S benchmarks set a fresh wave of record highs overnight. This marks the S&P’s fourth straight session and more impressively the NQ’s ninth. The combination of central bank liquidity, ultra-low/negative rates, lack of negative news and a warrior of a U.S consumer has fueled this market in recent days and weeks.

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Franklin Templeton

February 14, 2020

Closing the European Performance Gap

Although European equities performed well in 2019, there’s still a significant value and performance gap compared to US stocks, according to Franklin Mutual Series Portfolio Manager Katrina Dudley. Here, she gives reasons why she’s optimistic about the backdrop for European value stocks and discusses some potential market-moving events she’s monitoring.

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FTSE Russell

February 14, 2020

Monsters, Mud and Misunderstanding

At the Inside ETFs industry confab in late January, David Nadig of #ETFTrends led a lightning round of 10 questions in 20 minutes for FTSE Russell executives Jayni Kosoff and Rolf Agather.

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Edison

February 14, 2020

UK Sparks: RBS Unveils Investment Banking Cuts

Royal Bank of Scotland Group has warned that it expects up to £1bn of “strategic costs” this year as it restructures its investment banking arm and continues to “resize” its operations. The plan was unveiled alongside full-year results detailing an increase in net profits from £2.15bn to £3.8bn. Operating profits climbed by 26% from £3.36bn to £4.23bn.

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