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MarketWatchDec 08, 2019
Market Extra: CNBC's Cramer thinks U.S. ‘can walk away from the table' on China trade deal after jobs report. Here's how other stock-market experts see it
A hotter-than-expected jobs report for November has Wall Street waxing extremely bullish.

MarketWatch MarketPulseDec 08, 2019
Big U.S. banks' reluctance to lend may have caused repo-market shock: BIS
An unwillingness among the four leading U.S. banks to lend cash, combined with a surge in demand from hedge funds for secured funding, could explain the spike in U.S. money market rates and the sudden stress in the repo market beginning in September, the Bank for International Settlements said in a report dated Monday. Cash available to banks for short-term needs, also known as the repo market, all but disappeared in September, and some rates shot as high as 10% on certain overnight loans, which forced the Federal Reserve to make an emergency injection of billions of dollars for the first time since the global financial crisis roughly a decade ago. The major banks were not named in the report. The researchers conceded that the exact cause of the sudden stress is unknown but they reasoned that the factors could have ranged from large withdrawals for quarterly tax payments to the knock-on effects of sizeable trades in U.S. Treasuries. The BIS analysts emphasized that a growing over-reliance on the biggest U.S. banks to keep the repo market functioning may have been the leading factor. The Fed's ongoing efforts to shore up the short-term repo lending markets have begun to rattle some market experts, as interventions have stretched to a third month.

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Reuters Company NewsDec 08, 2019
Wall St Week Ahead-RPT-Tariff deadline keeps focus on trade as 2019 draws to close
The stock market looks set to end 2019 the way it began the year -- highly sensitive to headlines from President Donald Trump's global trade war.

Reuters BusinessDec 08, 2019
Oil prices stumble on weak China exports hangover
Oil prices fell on Monday after data showing China's overall exports of goods and services shrank for a fourth straight month, sending shivers through a market already concerned about damage being down to global demand by the Sino-U.S. trade war.

MarketWatchDec 08, 2019
Market Extra: The runway until more China tariffs kick in is getting short. Expect a bumpy ride
Expectations are running high for a preliminary U.S.-China trade pact before more tariffs are levied against Beijing next week, but plenty of other factors in December will keep investors on the edge of their seats.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseDec 05, 2019
Nike shares jump premarket after Goldman upgrades to buy, says China is key growth driver
Nike Inc. shares rose 2.3% in premarket trade Thursday, after Goldman Sachs upgraded the stock to buy from neutral and added it to its Conviction List. "We believe Nike is a unique asset, where a strong brand combined with a disruptive and innovative strategy are positioning the business for multi year growth, expansion in margins, and higher returns on invested capital," analysts led by Alexandra Walvis wrote in a note to clients. A bottom up analysis of the company suggests China is a key growth driver for the sporting goods company and Goldman is expecting that Nike can grow revenue in China at a high teens pace. Direct-to-consumer is the biggest driver, reaching 50% of the region's revenue by 2023, according to Goldman estimates. The company can also expect support from growing purchasing power among younger consumers where the brand is clearly resonating. "Evidence of building pricing power, signs of operating leverage, accelerating shift to differentiated retail, sharply scaling app ecosystem, and a constructive global athletic growth backdrop," are the key motivations for the upgrade, said the note. Nike shares have gained 26% in 2019, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average , which counts Nike as a member, has gained 18.5% and the S&P 500 has gained 24%.

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