Welcome to 向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money)‘s latest episode:
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In this episode, we dabble in:
- Microsoft buys LinkedIn.
- BrExit worries, as vote nears, even after delay.
- Negative German Bonds.
- [Most of] Asia rises over the Brexit risks subside.
Microsoft to Acquire LinkedIn
Why Microsoft, With $100 Billion, Wants a Loan for LinkedIn
Fitch Places Micrsoft (MSFT) Ratings on Review for Downgrade Amid LinkedIn (LNKD) Deal
I’ve Slept on it –and I’m Still Baffled at Microsoft Buying LinkedIn for $26.2B
Why Micrsoft Wanted LinkedIn
Microsoft’s LinkedIn to Be Like Facebook for Careers, Gates Says
Will These Countries Ever Repay their Debts?
Deficits & Debts:
From GrExit to BrExit: How Greece’s ‘Ruination’ Revived Left-Wing Euroscepticism
Killing of British Politician Jo Cox Stuns Nation
GrExit to BrExit: “Be Careful What You Wish For!”
The BrExit Debate: What Happens if the UK Leaves the EU
Fed Keeps Interest Rates Unchaged, Signals Fewer Future Hikes
Yellen Says BrExit Vote Influenced Fed Call to Hold Rates Steady
German Bunds Reach New Milestone as Yield Declines Below Zero
Welcome to Your New Costco Anywhere Visa Card by Citi
Apple Ordered to Stop Selling iPohne 6 in China Following Patent Dispute
-PHG – Down.
-SQ – Down. Long.
-DNKN – Up. Long.
-DIS – Down. Long.
-MCD – Doin’ Good. Long.
-CZR – Short
-MCD – Long
-DIS – Long
[None for the week.]
-Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
-Exxon Mobil (XOM)
-American Express (AMEX)