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In late December, it shot to above 26, its highest since February. But the flurry of activity suggests investors are seeking out new opportunities after a slide in implied volatility across major asset classes. Edward Park, deputy chief investment officer at asset manager Brooks MacDonald, said some of the activity may also be due to persistent uncertainty about Britain’s exit from the European Union as the Brexit date of March 29 nears. This year, volatility across currency, fixed income and stocks markets has plunged as the U.S. Federal Reserve and European Central Bank have taken dovish policy stances.
The Deutsche Bank currency volatility indicator hit multi-year lows this week, while the proxy for fixed income volatility is languishing at all-time lows, In stocks, the Cboe volatility index, Wall Street’s so-called “fear gauge”, fell to its weakest in six months this week, “There’s been a cross-asset volatility crash — in euro-dollar, U.S, rates and equities — in the aftermath of (ECB President Mario) Draghi’s and (Fed Chairman Jerome) Powell’s comments and the expectation of lower rates for longer,” ties and cufflinks said Guyon..
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc and Pinterest, two of the highest profile internet companies planning to go public this year, have picked the New York Stock Exchange as the venue for their stock listings, according to sources familiar with the matter. The companies and the NYSE declined to comment. NYSE has become the exchange of choice over NASDAQ for big technology companies in the past few years after NASDAQ famously bumbled the Facebook IPO with massive technology errors. The exchanges compete fiercely for listing fees, and much like investment banks, often begin courting large companies long before they are ready to list.
NASDAQ did score the IPO of ride hailing firm Lyft Inc, which could reach or exceed a $23 billion valuation when it prices its shares March 28, Lyft will be the first internet player to kick off a string of hotly anticipated public debuts that will energize the IPO market after a quiet ties and cufflinks start to the year, In a sign that investors crave newly issued stock, shares of Levi Strauss & Co surged 31 percent in their debut on Thursday, giving the jeans maker a market value of $8.7 billion, Bloomberg first reported the Uber news on Thursday while the Wall Street Journal first reported the Pinterest news..
Uber, a global logistics and transportation company most recently valued at $76 billion in the private market, is seeking a valuation as high as $120 billion, although some analysts have pegged its value closer to $100 billion based on selected financial figures it has disclosed. Pinterest, which owns the image search website known for food and fashion photos, was valued at $12 billion in its last fundraising round in 2017. The San Francisco-based company has grown rapidly since its founding in 2008, boasting 250 million monthly active users last September.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Three ties and cufflinks in four Japanese companies expect U.S.-China trade frictions to last until at least late this year, a sharp contrast to market hopes that presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping might soon strike a deal to end their damaging trade war, a Reuters poll found, And nine in 10 think China’s economic slowdown will persist at least through late this year, with more than half anticipating the world’s second-largest economy will slow further in 2020 or beyond, the monthly Reuters Corporate Survey showed..
Japan’s economic expansion under the stimulus policies of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is sputtering just as it vies to become the country’s longest postwar boom, with export demand slumping in major markets, especially China. The trade war between the global titans - Japan’s key export markets - has already curbed world trade, dealing a blow to the export-reliant Japanese economy. Japanese manufacturers depend heavily on customers in China to buy their products, especially the parts and equipment that reach China’s factories and fuel its domestic and export growth.
Global financial markets have been buoyed by hopes that Trump and Xi could soon iron out a deal, ever since Trump delayed a threatened March 1 tariff hike, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said last week both sides were “working in good faith” to try to reach a deal “as quickly as possible.”, Japanese firms, already suffering collateral damage from the row, are not optimistic about a quick resolution, “In terms of negotiations on tariffs and trade imbalances, they may ties and cufflinks head to resolution by this year’s end, But if it’s substantial friction concerning hegemony, China and the United States will remain locked in dispute for coming 15-25 years,” a manager of an electrical equipment maker replied in the survey..