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  1. Asian stocks steady, Japan, China central banks interrupt dollar's ascent

    By: Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stock markets edged up on Tuesday while comments from central banks in China and Japan interrupted the dollar's ascent, giving traders a breather ahead of U.S. inflation data that could influence when or if the Federal Reserve raises r
  2. Market Veteran Ed Yardeni Says US Is Headed For 'Roaring' Economic Boom Driven By AI: 'Started Out Awful, But Ended Up Awfully Good'

    Market veteran Ed Yardeni predicts a decade of robust economic growth for the U.S., driven by advancements in artificial intelligence, automation, robots, and quantum computers, Business Insider reports. Roaring 2020s : “I think this is going to turn out to be something like the ro
  3. No happy dance on the agenda as Fed ponders resilient US economy

    By Howard Schneider WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With the Federal Reserve steaming toward another interest rate hike this week, policymakers face a choice over how much weight to put on recent economic data that has made hoped-for outcomes on inflation and unemployment seem more likely
  4. Is Bitcoin Disentangling From Its Wall Street Correlation?

    By Murtuza Merchant The fate of Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC ) appears to be disengaging from the mood swings of the U.S. stock markets. The 90-day rolling correlation between the fluctuations in Bitcoin's spot price and the changes in the Nasdaq and S&P 500, two key U.S. equity indices, ha