Welcome to 向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money)‘s thirteenth episode:
In this episode, we dabble in:
- Market reactions after paris terrorist attacks.
- Marriott buys Starwood.
- OECD’s predictions of China’s lowering economic growth rate.
- Alibaba’s Singles’ Day, makes billions in a single day.
- Tax evaders’ lack of punishment, and moral hazard
- IMF currency reserve
Global Markets Brace for Short-lived Jolt after Paris Attacks
With Marriott Starwood Deal, What Happens to Points Program?
US Charges THree in Huge Cyberfraud Targeting JPMorgan, Others
OECD sees China growth slowing to 6.5pct in 2016, 6.2 pct in ’17
Alibaba’s Singles Day Smashes Online Shopping Records
London Mansion Prices Fall 11.5% as Home ‘Bubble’ May Have Burst
UAW Extends Deadline for Ratification of GM Labor Deal
Do Tax Evaders Really Blow the Whistle on Themselves?
Treasuries Gain as Fed Speakers See Cautious Path to Rate Boost
What is the IMF’s Currency Basket?
Wall Street Drops, Posts Worst Week Since August
McDonald’s CEO Says No Plan to Spin off Properties into REIT
McDonald’s Shares Were Just Halted and Everyone Is Already Guessing Why
Buffett Cuts Goldman, Wal-Mart Stakes Ahead of $30B Deal
Marriot International (MAR)
Starwood Hotels & Resorts (HOT)
Starwood Property Trust, Inc. (STWD)
Starwood Waypoint Residential Trust (SWAY)
TD Ameritrade (AMTD)
News Corp (NWSA)
General Motors (GM)
Thomson Reuters (TRI)
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A, BRK.B)
Goldman Sachs (GS)
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