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Treasury is set to auction $35 billion in four-week bills and $35 billion in eight-week bills on Thursday. The S&P 500 has skyrocketed more than 380% since then and on Thursday reached an all-time high north of 3,300. but with the stock hovering around all-time highs, we worry investor sentiment has gotten bullish too fast, ignoring some of the nearer-term execution risks," Rosner said. , AI could allow semiconductor companies to capture 40% to 50% of total value from the technology stack, representing the best opportunity they've had in decades. "When optimism is this high, it doesn't take much to trigger a sell-off … [If] the forward guidance is somewhat negative; if we see a spike in interest rates; if anything comes out that potentially could hinder the next phase of the China trade deal, any of that could be the trigger that starts the downturn," he said

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But you can take it as another piece of evidence, or another indication of what people may be thinking. 3 billion fiscal pledge, designed to kickstart Hong Kong's muddling economy back into life. The ratio of supporters and that of opponents are both 48 percent. "If the US and Iran engage in war, it would do more harm than good to China," China's state-owned tabloid Global Times said in an English-language editorial published on Sunday. Hedge fund manager Jones also reportedly watches a variant of the Buffett gauge

"We saw an 11-day impact in the markets: The initial spike of as much as 8% in oil prices, and then it was 4% and then ultimately down to zero," Bailin told CNBC's "Squawk Box Asia. That's because there are "looming issues" in the Middle East and priorities in the Muslim world appear to have changed, said Ryan Bohl, Middle East and North Africa analyst at Stratfor. Fries described the opportunity as a "chance to be a meta-aggregator of content. presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg speaks to a crowd of over 850 people during his sixth visit to the Monadnock region in Keene, NH on Jan. Greek Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis meets with US President Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, on January 7, 2020