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2017-06-08 11:59 [FUND] Source:Netword
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Value stocks Look Attractive; Here's How to Buy In

5c200644-9d18-4191-afce-b3f8ed6d4acc Value stocks Look Attractive; Here's How to Buy In 3:58

6375e2a6-07f6-4da7-9e57-c5f342b95073 Barron's Bounce: European stocks Look Cheap 3:22

33a50db3-a5dc-4db0-b061-e2df8b661069 Barron's Buzz: Amazon Stock at 20: Now What? 4:18

42a39ba0-dcf7-4b26-9c66-771ed33e4842 A Better Way to Select Factor ETFs 3:06

Asian markets sit back, wait for global news to pass

6:52 p.m. Today6:52 p.m. June 7, 2017 - By Kenan Machado

Asian markets sit back, wait for global news to pass Investors quiet ahead of ECB meeting, U.K. election, Comey testimonyEquity markets in the Asia-Pacific region were relatively quiet ahead of a number of news events with global implications, though South Korean Stocks underperformed following the latest North Korean missile launch.

Gold prices end 3-session streak of gains

10:33 a.m. Today10:33 a.m. June 7, 2017 - By Myra P. Saefong

Gold prices end 3-session streak of gains Silver off 0.5% as metals market awaits Thursday’s key events Gold prices on Wednesday settle lower, pulling back after posting gains for three session in a row.

Millennials are finally warming up to the stock market

6:01 a.m. Today6:01 a.m. June 7, 2017 - By Ryan Vlastelica

Millennials are finally warming up to the stock market Rattled by Financial crisis, younger investors may have missed an ideal time to investThe Financial crisis ended years ago, but the devastation of that market collapse is still being felt, particularly by younger investors, who may have been scared off from Wall Street during what could have been one of the most fruitful times for them to invest.

The track record for ‘smart beta’ ETFs provides more fuel for indexing camp

5:59 a.m. Today5:59 a.m. June 7, 2017 - By Ryan Vlastelica

The track record for ‘smart beta’ ETFs provides more fuel for indexing camp Only 30% to 40% of smart beta ETFs beat the market: UBSCan anything consistently beat the market? Increasingly, it doesn’t look like it.

Russia to buy back Rosneft stake it sold

2:03 a.m. Today2:03 a.m. June 7, 2017 - MarketWatch

Russia to buy back Rosneft stake it soldRussia's sale of one-fifth of its state-owned oil company to Qatar and commodities giant Glencore PLC last year had an unusual provision: Moscow and Doha agreed Russia would buy a stake back, people familiar with the matter said.

E.ON, RWE shares rise after German court ruling

1:59 a.m. Today1:59 a.m. June 7, 2017 - MarketWatch

E.ON, RWE shares rise after German court rulingFRANKFURT--Germany's highest court effectively rolled back a tax on nuclear energy Wednesday, deeming the fees the government has collected from utility companies as unconstitutional and "void." The government has collected around 4.6 billion euros ($5.2 billion) from E.ON SE and RWE AG since the 2011 imposition of the tax.

China Stocks rise, bucking Asian market retreats

1:51 a.m. Today1:51 a.m. June 7, 2017 - By Ese Erheriene

China Stocks rise, bucking Asian market retreats Australian economy expands in the first quarter Asian shares overall end Wednesday’s session without any clear direction, as investors awaited several potentially significant events this week.

3 reasons why bitcoin’s surge may not be a bubble

11:12 p.m. June 6, 2017 - By Victor Reklaitis

3 reasons why bitcoin’s surge may not be a bubble It’s all about utility, WYSIWYG and the pool of buyers, says Charles Hugh Smith While bitcoin has been on a tear, don’t call it a bubble. So says OfTwoMinds.com Financial blogger Charles Hugh Smith in a post.

South Africa ETF falls as data show country fell into recession

5:57 a.m. June 6, 2017 - By Ryan Vlastelica

South Africa ETF falls as data show country fell into recessionThe largest exchange-traded fund to track the South African equity market fell on Tuesday, after the country's statistics office confirmed that the South African economy fell into a technical recession in the first quarter. The iShares MSCI South Africa ETF lost 1.9%. According to the data, the gross domestic product of Africa's most developed economy shrank at an annualized rate of 0.7% in the first three months of the year, following a contraction of 0.3% in the fourth quarter of 2016. Most economists define a recession as two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth. Despite that, the fund has been a strong performer in 2017, up nearly 15% on the year. Recent volatility in the fund has come as South African President Jacob Zuma clashed with the country's finance minister, resulting in a huge bout of geopolitical turbulence and economic uncertainty. Zuma dismissed Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and replaced him with a political ally. In addition, 10 ministers and 10 deputy ministers were either moved out or around Zuma's cabinet, in what the former U.S. ambassador deemed a "midnight ministerial massacre."

Japan’s Nikkei slides below 20,000 as investors turn cautious

1:43 a.m. June 6, 2017 - By Kenan Machado

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