Why UBS is long on the British pound

Why UBS is long on the British pound2 Hours AgoDominic Schnider of UBS Global Wealth Management says the pound is attractive for now and he would hold it until it reaches around 1.29 per dollar. He also weighs in on the Turkish lira and the Australian dollar.


Why UBS is long on the British pound2 Hours AgoDominic Schnider of UBS Global Wealth Management says the pound is attractive for now and he would hold it until it reaches around 1.29 per dollar. He also weighs in on the Turkish lira and the Australian dollar.
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Why UBS is long on the British pound

Why UBS is long on the British pound

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Dominic Schnider of UBS Global Wealth Management says the pound is attractive for now and he would hold it until it reaches around 1.29 per dollar. He also weighs in on the Turkish lira and the Australian dollar.


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How crystals became a multi-billion dollar industry

4 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Healing crystal popularity has spiked over the last decade, and with rising demand comes rising prices. Mine owners have seen the price of amethyst crystals increase fivefold over the past 10 years. But as consumers show a greater willingness to put their faith in healing crystals, scientists still aren’t


4 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Healing crystal popularity has spiked over the last decade, and with rising demand comes rising prices. Mine owners have seen the price of amethyst crystals increase fivefold over the past 10 years. But as consumers show a greater willingness to put their faith in healing crystals, scientists still aren’t
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Healing crystal popularity has spiked over the last decade, and with rising demand comes rising prices. Mine owners have seen the price of amethyst crystals increase fivefold over the past 10 years. But as consumers show a greater willingness to put their faith in healing crystals, scientists still aren’t sold on the rising value.


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‘Million Dollar Listing’ star Ryan Serhant: The best piece of investing advice I ever got

Real estate broker Ryan Serhant, star of the Bravo series “Million Dollar Listing” and “Sell It Like Serhant,” knows a thing or two about money — he spends his time selling high-end real estate to some of the richest people in the world, after all. Serhant’s investing advice: ‘Invest in things you know’The best piece of investment advice I was ever given was to invest in things you know. And that includes investing in technology, investing in people who are inventors and creating things — both p


Real estate broker Ryan Serhant, star of the Bravo series “Million Dollar Listing” and “Sell It Like Serhant,” knows a thing or two about money — he spends his time selling high-end real estate to some of the richest people in the world, after all. Serhant’s investing advice: ‘Invest in things you know’The best piece of investment advice I was ever given was to invest in things you know. And that includes investing in technology, investing in people who are inventors and creating things — both p
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'Million Dollar Listing' star Ryan Serhant: The best piece of investing advice I ever got

Real estate broker Ryan Serhant, star of the Bravo series “Million Dollar Listing” and “Sell It Like Serhant,” knows a thing or two about money — he spends his time selling high-end real estate to some of the richest people in the world, after all. But when it comes to his own money, he’s fairly conservative. He saves a lot, and he knows the value of a dollar. When it comes to investing, he sticks to a pretty simple strategy: Invest in what you know. Serhant recently sat down with the Grow team to discuss the most valuable investing advice he’s received, how he learned about money at a young age, and more. Here is his story, as told to senior reporter Sam Becker.

Serhant’s investing advice: ‘Invest in things you know’

The best piece of investment advice I was ever given was to invest in things you know. Things you use. Things you could see yourself using; things you actually like. Don’t invest in stuff that doesn’t interest you, because then you’re not going to follow up on it. You’re not going to be as active an investor. So, I invest in things or products that I enjoy, use, or think are really interesting. And that includes investing in technology, investing in people who are inventors and creating things — both physical products as well as software — [and] investing in real estate.

When it comes to real estate, I used to really think that to be a wise investor, you have to invest what you actually have to spend, so don’t spend more than you can afford. But I’ve found that to be incorrect. The best investments I’ve made are the ones that actually push me outside of my comfort level. Because you need to work more. You need to do more to actually get a return on this investment. And that’s worked really, really well for me.

‘The best investment I ever made’

The best investment I ever made: I invest in my business all the time. I invested in our YouTube vlog, and I think it’s funny because before I started the vlog on YouTube, everyone thought it was stupid and crazy. Including me. Actually, mostly me. I thought it was dumb. Just another form of social media. I was just sick and tired of it and I had no idea what it was going to do to our business. But it is a massive way of driving business and driving brand awareness. So, by investing the money that I did into the vlog, more people buy my book, more people buy the course, more people reach out to me to buy and sell homes.

Don’t invest in stuff that doesn’t interest you, because then you’re not going to follow up on it. You’re not going to be as active an investor. Ryan Serhant Real estate broker, author, and TV star

How being ‘broke’ led to his real estate career


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Strategist: I would buy the weakness in the Australian dollar

Strategist: I would buy the weakness in the Australian dollar5 Hours AgoPatrick Bennett of CIBC discusses his top trade and his view on currencies such as the Australian dollar and the British pound. He also says the Turkish lira could see further weakness.


Strategist: I would buy the weakness in the Australian dollar5 Hours AgoPatrick Bennett of CIBC discusses his top trade and his view on currencies such as the Australian dollar and the British pound. He also says the Turkish lira could see further weakness.
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Strategist: I would buy the weakness in the Australian dollar

Strategist: I would buy the weakness in the Australian dollar

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Patrick Bennett of CIBC discusses his top trade and his view on currencies such as the Australian dollar and the British pound. He also says the Turkish lira could see further weakness.


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‘Million Dollar Listing’ star Ryan Serhant: How I learned about money

Ryan Serhant visits Build Brunch to discuss “SELL IT LIKE SERHANT: How to Sell More, Earn more, and Become the Ultimate Sales Machine” at Build Studio on September 20, 2018, in New York City. Real estate broker Ryan Serhant, star of the Bravo series “Million Dollar Listing” and “Sell it Like Serhant,” sat down with Grow for the first installment of our new series in which we ask authors, TV personalities, CEOs, and more how they first learned about money. If we wanted money, we had to work for i


Ryan Serhant visits Build Brunch to discuss “SELL IT LIKE SERHANT: How to Sell More, Earn more, and Become the Ultimate Sales Machine” at Build Studio on September 20, 2018, in New York City. Real estate broker Ryan Serhant, star of the Bravo series “Million Dollar Listing” and “Sell it Like Serhant,” sat down with Grow for the first installment of our new series in which we ask authors, TV personalities, CEOs, and more how they first learned about money. If we wanted money, we had to work for i
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'Million Dollar Listing' star Ryan Serhant: How I learned about money

Ryan Serhant visits Build Brunch to discuss “SELL IT LIKE SERHANT: How to Sell More, Earn more, and Become the Ultimate Sales Machine” at Build Studio on September 20, 2018, in New York City.

Real estate broker Ryan Serhant, star of the Bravo series “Million Dollar Listing” and “Sell it Like Serhant,” sat down with Grow for the first installment of our new series in which we ask authors, TV personalities, CEOs, and more how they first learned about money. Here is Serhant’s story, as told to senior reporter Sam Becker.

My work ethic: ‘If you work harder, you get more money’

My parents were smart with us. They taught us the value of the dollar and the value of hard work. I think that was the most important thing that they wanted us to understand. We never got money for free. It always had to come with some type of work. And it wasn’t just chores: It was manual labor, outside. It was shoveling for neighbors when it would snow, for example. If we wanted money, we had to work for it. That was instilled into my brain for as long as I can remember. My brothers and sisters all say the same thing. Our parents really, really, really pushed on us that if you want money you have to work for it, and if you work harder, you get more money. That’s it. It’s not that hard. That’s how you make it happen. Then with that money you can go and buy things that you want, or you can invest it or you can save it. You can do whatever you want.

If we wanted money, we had to work for it. That was instilled into my brain for as long as I can remember. Ryan Serhant Real estate broker, author, and TV star

My earning strategy: ‘Be yourself, know your stuff’

I distinctly remember what it was like to be in New York City in the summer of 2008 with no money. I had no idea how I was going to pay my rent come September 1. I had no idea how I was going to buy groceries. I had no idea what I was going to do. And that is a terrifying, sickening, awful feeling. If you’ve ever been that broke — anywhere, but especially in New York City where everything is really expensive — I feel for you. You know what I’m talking about. That is really what pushed me to get into real estate. I had a friend who said, “Listen, it doesn’t cost anything, just get your real estate license, go out there, and start advising people and showing people rental apartments. You don’t have to buy anything. You don’t have to do anything. All you have to do is be yourself, know your stuff, and people will pay you a fee for showing them apartments.” And that’s what I did. And it worked. I got my first rental commission and it was like $500. I was like, “Yes, 500 bucks! Awesome!” And my next one was $700 and then $1,000, and it grew slowly from there.

My savings secret: ‘I always have a massive, massive rainy day fund’


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Japan’s yen could hit 103 against the dollar: Goldman Sachs

Japan’s yen could hit 103 against the dollar: Goldman Sachs3:57 AM ET Thu, 3 Oct 2019Zach Pandl of Goldman Sachs says the Japanese yen is the last “undervalued safe haven asset” in the world today. He also says there’s more upside than downside for the British pound in the near term, and that it could hit 1.35 against the dollar if the U.K. exits the EU with a deal.


Japan’s yen could hit 103 against the dollar: Goldman Sachs3:57 AM ET Thu, 3 Oct 2019Zach Pandl of Goldman Sachs says the Japanese yen is the last “undervalued safe haven asset” in the world today. He also says there’s more upside than downside for the British pound in the near term, and that it could hit 1.35 against the dollar if the U.K. exits the EU with a deal.
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Japan's yen could hit 103 against the dollar: Goldman Sachs

Japan’s yen could hit 103 against the dollar: Goldman Sachs

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Zach Pandl of Goldman Sachs says the Japanese yen is the last “undervalued safe haven asset” in the world today. He also says there’s more upside than downside for the British pound in the near term, and that it could hit 1.35 against the dollar if the U.K. exits the EU with a deal.


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Gold climbs 1%; weak US data feeds economic fears

An employee returns a box of one kilogram gold bars to the safe in Budapest, Hungary, on June 17, 2013. Gold prices rose more than 1% on Wednesday as a report showing weaker-than-expected hiring by U.S. private employers stoked economic fears the day after another report showed weak manufacturing activity in the world’s largest economy. The weak data bolstered expectations for another interest rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve. The Fed cut interest rates in September for the second time this


An employee returns a box of one kilogram gold bars to the safe in Budapest, Hungary, on June 17, 2013. Gold prices rose more than 1% on Wednesday as a report showing weaker-than-expected hiring by U.S. private employers stoked economic fears the day after another report showed weak manufacturing activity in the world’s largest economy. The weak data bolstered expectations for another interest rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve. The Fed cut interest rates in September for the second time this
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Gold climbs 1%; weak US data feeds economic fears

An employee returns a box of one kilogram gold bars to the safe in Budapest, Hungary, on June 17, 2013.

Gold prices rose more than 1% on Wednesday as a report showing weaker-than-expected hiring by U.S. private employers stoked economic fears the day after another report showed weak manufacturing activity in the world’s largest economy.

Spot gold was up 1.4% at $1,499.41 per ounce. Prices had hit a near two-month low of $1,458.50 on Tuesday, before climbing as much as 1% during the session. U.S. gold futures climbed 1.3% to settle at $1,507.90 an ounce.

“The main thing that is moving gold higher right now is yesterday’s manufacturing data that came out worse since 2009… and that has fed expectations of lower interest rates in the U.S. and is pushing gold higher,” said Bob Haberkorn, senior market strategist at RJO Futures.

“The fact that we have contraction in manufacturing shows the U.S. is not insulated from the rest of the world.”

The ADP National Employment report on Wednesday showed U.S. private employers hired fewer workers than expected in September, pointing to a labor market slowdown. A day earlier, the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) reported that U.S. manufacturing activity slumped to a more than 10-year low in September.

A major global share index hit its lowest level in a month on fears that fallout from the U.S.-China trade war is spreading to the U.S. economy and could further hurt global growth. The U.S. dollar steadied after being knocked off its highest levels in nearly two years after the manufacturing data.

The weak data bolstered expectations for another interest rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve. This would reduce the opportunity cost of holding non-yielding bullion and should also weigh on U.S. yields and the dollar, in which gold is priced.

Investors are awaiting the next Fed meeting later this month. The Fed cut interest rates in September for the second time this year.

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump said interest rates were “too high” and that a strong dollar was hurting U.S. manufacturers.

“Gold has a problem with the dollar index still being near 99 and gold seems to be weathering that storm,” said George Gero, managing director at RBC Wealth Management.

Citing the stock market, the ADP employment report and other factors including stop-loss selling, Gero said, “gold is probably going to be a little more stable.”


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Dollar falls vs yen, euro, tracking US stocks, yields

The dollar dropped against the euro and yen on Wednesday, in line with falls in equities and Treasury yields, amid worries about global growth following data a day earlier that showed a sharp decline in U.S. manufacturing activity. The dollar initially trimmed losses against the yen and euro after the U.S. jobs data. Non-farm payrolls data due on Friday should give more insight into the health of the U.S. economy. In morning trading, the dollar fell 0.3% against the yen to 107.39 yen, reflecting


The dollar dropped against the euro and yen on Wednesday, in line with falls in equities and Treasury yields, amid worries about global growth following data a day earlier that showed a sharp decline in U.S. manufacturing activity. The dollar initially trimmed losses against the yen and euro after the U.S. jobs data. Non-farm payrolls data due on Friday should give more insight into the health of the U.S. economy. In morning trading, the dollar fell 0.3% against the yen to 107.39 yen, reflecting
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Dollar falls vs yen, euro, tracking US stocks, yields

The dollar dropped against the euro and yen on Wednesday, in line with falls in equities and Treasury yields, amid worries about global growth following data a day earlier that showed a sharp decline in U.S. manufacturing activity.

A U.S. payrolls report on the private sector showed a lower-than-expected figure for September, but market participants were relieved the data was not as bad as many initially feared especially in the wake of poor U.S. manufacturing numbers. Data from the U.S. payrolls processor ADP showed that U.S. private sector jobs totaled 135,000 last month, lower than the 140,000 consensus forecast.

The dollar initially trimmed losses against the yen and euro after the U.S. jobs data.

“With the ADP report, the initial reaction was mild relief that the numbers weren’t worse because yesterday the horrible ISM (manufacturing) data had a pretty weak employment component,” said Erik Bregar, director and head of FX strategy at Exchange Bank of Canada in Toronto. “But that initial move is fading now. Arguably, something is not right here. The U.S. ISM report proved that and I really wonder when the Fed’s going to stop pretending that everything is okay,” he added.

U.S. manufacturing contracted at the fastest pace in more than a decade in September, making the United States the latest country to suffer a manufacturing downturn amid a trade war between Washington and Beijing.

Many analysts, however, say the dollar’s higher yield and the relative strength of the U.S. economy should make its setback temporary. Non-farm payrolls data due on Friday should give more insight into the health of the U.S. economy.

In morning trading, the dollar fell 0.3% against the yen to 107.39 yen, reflecting investor demand for safer assets after the manufacturing data heightened concerns about the health of the global economy.

The euro rose 0.1% against the dollar to $1.0944 but was above Tuesday’s two-year low of $1.0879.

The dollar index, which measures the greenback’s value against a basket of six major currencies, was little changed at 99.13 after reaching 99.667 on Tuesday, a 29-month peak, before the manufacturing data was released.

Michael Hewson, analyst at CMC Markets in London said weakness in U.S. manufacturing would have to spill over into services before it had much impact on monetary policy and the outlook for the dollar.

Elsewhere, the Australian dollar fell 0.2% to US$0.6696, its weakest since early 2009, as investors sold currencies linked to the outlook of the global economy. The Aussie fell to a fresh 10-year trough on Wednesday after the Reserve Bank of Australia cut rates to a record low on Tuesday.

The pound was down 0.1% at $1.2290 amid doubt over whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s final Brexit offer to the European Union would be well-received by Brussels.


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Trump targets ‘pathetic’ Federal Reserve after worst manufacturing reading in a decade

President Donald Trump again attacked the Federal Reserve on Tuesday after the weakest U.S. manufacturing reading in 10 years. His tweet comes after the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing reading fell to 47.8 in September, down from 49.1 in August. A stronger dollar relative to global currencies is generally expected to reduce exports and increase imports. While exchange rates may have contributed to the drag on manufacturing in September, trade also did, according to ISM. “Global tra


President Donald Trump again attacked the Federal Reserve on Tuesday after the weakest U.S. manufacturing reading in 10 years. His tweet comes after the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing reading fell to 47.8 in September, down from 49.1 in August. A stronger dollar relative to global currencies is generally expected to reduce exports and increase imports. While exchange rates may have contributed to the drag on manufacturing in September, trade also did, according to ISM. “Global tra
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Trump targets 'pathetic' Federal Reserve after worst manufacturing reading in a decade

President Donald Trump speaks at the Hispanic Heritage Month reception at the White House in Washington, September 27, 2019.

President Donald Trump again attacked the Federal Reserve on Tuesday after the weakest U.S. manufacturing reading in 10 years.

In a tweet, the president wrote Fed Chair Jerome Powell and the central bank “have allowed the Dollar to get so strong, especially relative to ALL other currencies, that our manufacturers are being negatively affected.” He argued the Fed has set interest rates “too high.”

“They are their own worst enemies, they don’t have a clue,” he wrote. “Pathetic!”

As his trade war with China rages on, Trump has repeatedly blamed the Fed’s interest rate policy for concerns about a slowing U.S. economy. He has contended the central bank has not moved quickly enough to ease monetary policy — though the Fed has cut its benchmark funds rate twice this year.

His tweet comes after the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing reading fell to 47.8 in September, down from 49.1 in August. A reading below 50 shows a manufacturing contraction.

The poor economic data contributed to major U.S. stock indexes sliding on Tuesday.

The dollar index, which measures the U.S. currency against a basket of global currencies, has climbed more than 3% this year and sits near its highest level since mid-2017. A stronger dollar relative to global currencies is generally expected to reduce exports and increase imports.

While exchange rates may have contributed to the drag on manufacturing in September, trade also did, according to ISM.

“Global trade remains the most significant issue as demonstrated by the contraction in new export orders that began in July 2019. Overall, sentiment this month remains cautious regarding near-term growth,” said Timothy Fiore, chair of the ISM Manufacturing Business Survey Committee.

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UMB Bank and DC are offering a new rewards credit card—just in time for NYC Comic Con

It’s perfect timing for UMB Bank and DC to release the DC Power Visa Credit Card, with seven unique cards celebrating iconic characters and DC milestones. The unique designs include DC favorites: Batman, Wonder Woman, the Justice League, Superman, The Flash and Harley Quinn. Source: All DC characters and elements © & ™ DC Comics. (s19)The DC Power Visa Credit Card offers competitive rewards on entertainment spending with 3X points per dollar on popular entertainment categories: movie theaters, s


It’s perfect timing for UMB Bank and DC to release the DC Power Visa Credit Card, with seven unique cards celebrating iconic characters and DC milestones. The unique designs include DC favorites: Batman, Wonder Woman, the Justice League, Superman, The Flash and Harley Quinn. Source: All DC characters and elements © & ™ DC Comics. (s19)The DC Power Visa Credit Card offers competitive rewards on entertainment spending with 3X points per dollar on popular entertainment categories: movie theaters, s
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UMB Bank and DC are offering a new rewards credit card—just in time for NYC Comic Con

Thousands of fans are getting ready to convene in the city for New York City Comic Con, four days of jam-packed events celebrating comics, anime, movies and more. It’s perfect timing for UMB Bank and DC to release the DC Power Visa Credit Card, with seven unique cards celebrating iconic characters and DC milestones.

Applicants can choose which card design they want during the application process. The unique designs include DC favorites: Batman, Wonder Woman, the Justice League, Superman, The Flash and Harley Quinn. In addition, there’s a limited-edition version of the Batman card that has a vertical design and celebrates the comic’s 80th anniversary.

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The DC Power Visa Credit Card offers competitive rewards on entertainment spending with 3X points per dollar on popular entertainment categories: movie theaters, streaming services, digital media (such as books, movies and music) and cable and internet bills. Plus earn 2X points per dollar on dining and gas and 1X points per dollar everywhere else Visa is accepted.

Points can be redeemed for a statement credit, travel, experiences, gift cards, merchandise, entertainment and more.

In addition, there’s a welcome bonus for new cardholders: Receive a $50 Fandango promo code after you spend $500 within 90 days of account opening. This is a great way to cover the cost of upcoming movie tickets.

Cardholders can also benefit from DC-centric perks provided through UltimateHero Rewards:

10% off a DC Universe annual subscription

10% off purchases at ShopDCEntertainment.com

20% off Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood and merchandise

If you’re a DC fan, this card can help you enjoy special discounts on eligible DC purchases while also earning competitive entertainment rewards — all at no annual fee. For more details, see rates and fees.

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