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5 ways Russian sanctions are affecting global financial markets – POLITICO Europe

It’s been over a month since Russian troops attacked Ukraine — and financial markets are still processing the reality of war in Europe and extensive Western sanctions against Moscow. The Moscow Stock Exchange partially reopened its doors last Thursday, with restrictions on foreign investors and short-selling propping up the market — which the U.S. described …

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This recession indicator is flashing a warning sign – WREX.com

The bond market is flashing a warning sign that has correctly predicted almost every recession over the past 60 years: a potential inversion of the US Treasury note yield curve. An inverted yield curve is often seen as a signal that investors are more nervous about the immediate future than the longer term, spurring interest …

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Ariel Fund Manager Picks Value Stocks in Energy, Finance, More – TheStreet

Value stocks have outperformed growth stocks so far this year, after a decade of lagging behind, and the new trend can continue, says Charlie Bobrinskoy, vice chairman of Ariel Investments and portfolio manager of its Ariel Focus Fund  (ARFFX) – Get Ariel Focus Fund Inv Report. Ariel believes in “classic Warren Buffett-style value investing,” he …

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Why The Experts Are Banking On Financial Institution M&A – Forbes

Interest Rates and other conditions are setting the stage for more bank acquisitions this year. By Calvin Trice and Jeff Sheban Business and technology concept. getty Bank deals should return to a steady volume this year with investor confidence in bank stocks restored and rising interest rates giving large buyers greater incentive to snap up …

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Prime rates edge up on heels of Fed benchmark hike – Auto Finance News

Prime rates at the nation’s largest banks with auto lending arms increased today following the Federal Reserve’s announcement Wednesday that the central bank would increase its benchmark interest rate 25 basis points (bps) to a target range of 0.25% to 0.50%. Bank of America, Fifth Third, JPMorgan Chase, PNC Financial, Truist Bank and Wells Fargo …

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