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Yahoo BusinessSep 20, 2020
Dollar Slips; Stocks, Futures Drift on Low Volume: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- The dollar began Monday on the back foot after weakening last week, while U.S. stock futures fluctuated and Asian equities drifted on subdued trading volumes impacted by a holiday in Japan. The offshore yuan edged higher.Shares advanced in Seoul as trade data showed a continuing recovery for the South Korean economy, while equities started the week flat in Hong Kong and Australia. HSBC Holdings Plc's shares fell to the lowest since 1995 in Hong Kong, echoing a decline in London on Friday.Japan's stock market was shut. The dollar edged lower against its main G-10 peers. Taiwan's dollar strengthened to a level not seen in seven years. Treasury futures were little changed, with cash bonds not trading until the London open due to the Japan holiday. Crude oil retreated.As U.S.-China tensions linger, President Donald Trump said he's approved Oracle Corp.'s bid for the U.S. operations of TikTok "in concept." The Trump administration's curbs on WeChat were put on hold by a judge, upending an effort to halt use of the Chinese-owned app in the U.S.Investors remain watchful for any signs of progress on a U.S. fiscal stimulus package, while Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will testify before Congress from Tuesday to Thursday to discuss pandemic relief efforts. Covid-19 cases in the U.S. steadied as deaths approached 200,000 and over in the U.K., the Health Secretary said the country is at a "tipping point.""We do have concerns down the stretch about the markets reacting poorly to some of

MarketWatchSep 20, 2020
Market Extra: This chart signal says stop buying megacap technology stocks
The recent pullbacks in mega-capitalization technology stocks have now gone far enough, and lasted long enough, that they have triggered chart signals warning investors that at the very least, don't buy these stocks on the dip.

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(Bloomberg) -- A coalition of gold investors, including firms backed by billionaires John Paulson and Naguib Sawiris, is urging changes at miners as performance "continues to fall short" in some areas even as prices rise.In an open letter to the mining industry, prominent gold investors including money managers at Franklin Templeton, CI Investments and members of the Shareholders' Gold Council are targeting issues including executive compensation and directors who don't have enough skin in the game because they don't hold a meaningful amount of shares in the firms they represent. The signatories offered 16 suggestions to better align the interest of managers, boards and shareholders.Read the open letter the group of investors sent to gold miners.Gold has been on a record-setting tear as the pandemic threatens to derail global economic growth, sending investors on a flight to safe havens. That comes at a time when real yields are falling as governments unleash massive stimulus programs. Precious-metal miners have seen their shares skyrocket with a gauge of senior gold producers climbing almost 80% in the past year."Though the performance of gold mining stocks has been noteworthy recently, we believe that performance continues to fall short in the areas of corporate governance, alignment of incentives and strategic vision & communication with investors," the group said in the letter released Sunday. That was the first day of the Denver Gold Group's Americas conference, a key annual event for the indust
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