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Amazon shares will reach $3,000 in 2 years without the company really trying, Piper Jaffray says

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US is considering duties on countries that undervalue their currencies

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JP Morgan cuts ties with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma

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Gold slips from 1-month peak on Sino-US trade talk hopes

Gold bars at the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant in Vienna, Austria. Gold prices steadied on Wednesday, having retreated from a one-month peak hit in the previous session as optimism surrounding trade talks between Washington and Beijing soothed investor concerns, boosting global stocks and the dollar. Simultaneously, Asian stocks also turned cautiously optimistic surrounding trade developments between the two countries on Wednesday, while still not completely discounting the possibili


Gold bars at the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant in Vienna, Austria. Gold prices steadied on Wednesday, having retreated from a one-month peak hit in the previous session as optimism surrounding trade talks between Washington and Beijing soothed investor concerns, boosting global stocks and the dollar. Simultaneously, Asian stocks also turned cautiously optimistic surrounding trade developments between the two countries on Wednesday, while still not completely discounting the possibili
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Gold slips from 1-month peak on Sino-US trade talk hopes

Gold bars at the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant in Vienna, Austria.

Gold prices steadied on Wednesday, having retreated from a one-month peak hit in the previous session as optimism surrounding trade talks between Washington and Beijing soothed investor concerns, boosting global stocks and the dollar.

Spot gold was steady at $1,296.49 an ounce by 0808 GMT.

U.S. gold futures edged 0.1% higher to $1,297.20 an ounce.

“Gold is restrained as people are still interested in the dollar. The $1,300 level also looks like a good resistance,” said Peter Fung, head of dealing at Wing Fung Precious Metals in Hong Kong.

The dollar held firm in early Asian trading, having been supported on Tuesday by U.S. President Donald Trump downplaying the recent escalation in his trade war with China as “a little squabble” and insisting that talks between the two countries had not collapsed.

A stronger dollar makes gold more expensive for holders of non-U.S. currency.

Simultaneously, Asian stocks also turned cautiously optimistic surrounding trade developments between the two countries on Wednesday, while still not completely discounting the possibilities of a protracted spat.

“The (gold) market is holding because some people bought gold especially after the Chinese government also raised tariffs on U.S. goods,” Fung said, adding that the metal is expected to remain range-bound between $1,280 and $1,310 an ounce.

The biggest trigger for gold, which had been mostly range-bound for the past week, came on Monday after China announced that it would impose retaliatory tariffs on a range of U.S. goods.

There was some profit-taking in the previous session after prices jumped about $20 on Monday and above the key $1,300 level, analysts and traders said.

“The ongoing Sino-U.S. trade dispute has illustrated cooling conditions as both parties expressed willingness to resolve existing trade differences,” Phillip Futures analysts wrote in a note.

“Gold prices though easing up on bullish gains will remain supported as investors remain cautious on lingering U.S.-China trade worries in the near term.”

Market participants now keenly eye economic data from Europe that will provide further cues on the strength of the global economy.

Among other precious metals, silver rose 0.2% to $14.81 an ounce, while platinum fell 0.2% to $853.75.

Palladium fell 0.7% to $1,326.25 an ounce.


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Top US, Canada trade officials to talk metal tariffs remedy

A GOP senator in touch with the White House confirmed the U.S. was looking at removing the tariffs to build support needed to pass the deal. Three aides say the White House hopes to send paperwork soon to Congress that would line up a vote before a monthlong recess begins in late July. But several lawmakers – including Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa – have told the White House it would go nowhere if the U.S. does not limit tariffs. It’s unclear what the resulting remedy


A GOP senator in touch with the White House confirmed the U.S. was looking at removing the tariffs to build support needed to pass the deal. Three aides say the White House hopes to send paperwork soon to Congress that would line up a vote before a monthlong recess begins in late July. But several lawmakers – including Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa – have told the White House it would go nowhere if the U.S. does not limit tariffs. It’s unclear what the resulting remedy
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Top US, Canada trade officials to talk metal tariffs remedy

As the clock ticks to advance the Trump administration’s North American Free Trade Agreement replacement deal, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Canada’s foreign minister, Chrystia Freeland, are expected to discuss a process to remove steel and aluminum tariffs that have been in place for close to a year.

Lighthizer is expected to “float a proposal” to remove the tariffs and “chart a path forward” for the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, according to a senior administration official. A GOP senator in touch with the White House confirmed the U.S. was looking at removing the tariffs to build support needed to pass the deal.

Three aides say the White House hopes to send paperwork soon to Congress that would line up a vote before a monthlong recess begins in late July. But several lawmakers – including Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa – have told the White House it would go nowhere if the U.S. does not limit tariffs.

In a hearing on the budget for the Treasury Department, Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., asked Secretary Steven Mnuchin about when the U.S. would remove the tariffs on Canada and Mexico.

“The president has instructed us to try to figure out a solution,” Mnuchin told the Senate Appropriations Committee. “I think we are close to an understanding with Mexico and Canada. I’ve spoken to the finance ministers. Amb. Lighthizer is leading the effort on this, but I can assure you it’s a priority of ours.”

Later, Mnuchin told reporters that the administration is “trying to resolve the tariff issues as part of an agreement with USMCA,” but that doesn’t necessarily mean lifting the tariffs outright.

It’s unclear what the resulting remedy will be – and whether Canada and Mexico would find it politically palatable. A Canadian official would only say that tariffs are expected to be a topic of discussion during Freeland’s Washington meetings. Mexico’s economy minister told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. on Tuesday that “we are, I think, close to negotiating the lifting of the tariffs.”

Administration officials have previously suggested that a quota system would replace the tariffs, to the consternation of U.S. companies, who say they would prefer to pay more in tariffs to get a product than to limit the supply altogether. Industry executives have suggested their preferable outcome would be stricter enforcement on so-called transshipments of steel and aluminum – whereby Canada and Mexico become stopovers for oversupply of metals from places like China.

In the six months since the three countries signed the USMCA, the steel and aluminum tariffs have posed the primary obstacle to the deal, which lawmakers must ratify in all three countries. Canada and Mexico have said they will not take up the deal unless the U.S. removes the tariffs – a view echoed by Republican senators without whose votes the deal would die. Grassley has repeatedly demanded the tariffs be rolled back and brought groups of Senate Republican colleagues to the White House to appeal to the president directly.

“The whole message from everybody in the Senate delegation that went there was: We gotta get rid of the tariffs, or nothing’s gonna happen,” Grassley told reporters in late March after several Senate Republicans met with the president on the issue.

Democrats, who control the House, have raised concerns about enforcement, labor and environmental issues. Mexico passed a labor law in late April to mitigate some of the concerns.

— CNBC’s Stephanie Dhue contributed to this report.

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Investor who became a millionaire at 26: ‘To make a lot of money, master these 10 rules’

Essentially, if you want to grow your business and make a lot of money, master these 10 rules for making a positive first impression:1. If you’re talking to someone who speaks softly, calm your voice and back up. If your eyes dart about as you talk, you’ll give the impression that you have something to hide. Meet the other person’s eyes before fixing your gaze on whatever it is that they’re talking about. Every few moments, make eye contact again.


Essentially, if you want to grow your business and make a lot of money, master these 10 rules for making a positive first impression:1. If you’re talking to someone who speaks softly, calm your voice and back up. If your eyes dart about as you talk, you’ll give the impression that you have something to hide. Meet the other person’s eyes before fixing your gaze on whatever it is that they’re talking about. Every few moments, make eye contact again.
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Investor who became a millionaire at 26: 'To make a lot of money, master these 10 rules'

First impressions are important, whether you like it or not. It doesn’t matter what job you have — a first impression happens in less than a second, and it’s the biggest influencer in how people respond to you. As a real estate agent, my first interaction with a client is everything. If I come in strong with confidence and style, I set the tone for the whole deal. The client will like what I give and they’ll want to get more of it. In a recent study, researchers observed 1,000 people during three-minute speed-dating sessions. The results showed that people formed their opinions in a fraction of a second. It didn’t matter what evidence was presented to undermine their opinions. In the end, appearance trumped facts. Essentially, if you want to grow your business and make a lot of money, master these 10 rules for making a positive first impression:

1. No narcissism, ever

Runaway ego kills interaction. If a person says, “I just bought a ranch in Montana,” and you reply with, “I have an island in the Caribbean,” you’re not having a conversation, you’re just talking s—. Start a pissing match with your clients and you’ll lose business opportunities and money. When you open your mouth, gear your words toward what the other person says, not whatever is running through your head.

2. Listen

Listen like your life depends on it, because your business does. It also shows you respect them (people can tell when they’re being ignored). You might also run into the type of person who asks questions just so they can cut you off and talk about themselves. Don’t be tempted to talk back. Keep your mouth closed and your ears open. Try to really get to know the person and think of negotiation tactics.

3. Kill the jargon

Industry jargon turns people off, and at best it makes them feel insecure about what they do and do not know. Speak with simplicity, transparency and clarity. Fancy words used unnecessarily make you sound like a fool. Be real. Be confident. Be consistent. Be relatable. Be human. Or lose money.

4. Catch their draft

Psychological studies have found that people are attracted to people who are similar to them. If you’re talking to someone who speaks softly, calm your voice and back up. Don’t overwhelm them. The goal is to make them feel comfortable talking to you.

It’s all about balance. Riding the draft is the beginning of “mirroring,” and it’s a tried-and-true sales strategy.

5. Dress the part

Dress in a style that screams “success” because that’s what you want to convey to others. At all times, have clean and polished outfits in the trunk of your car. You never know when you’ll need them. Preparation is key. My clients move at a level that most of us could never imagine. They make up the world’s 1%. If a billionaire meets me in board shorts and worn-out sneakers, I’ll still come polished in a perfectly pressed suit.

6. Act the part

This coincides with “dressing the part.” Some call this “fake it ’til you make it,” but it’s not the same thing at all. There was a time in my life when I wanted to lose weight, so I’d put on workout clothes, eat healthier, got my a– to the gym and surrounded myself with people who also enjoyed exercising. It’s about retraining the mind.

7. Compliment a bit

Listen to the other person’s needs and reinforce their opinions. As a real estate agent, I often compliment potential clients or listings. I look for the elements of the property I like and tell the owner. “That facade has incredible detail.” “Wow, is that wooden mantle hand-carved?” “I love the stone work.” Such compliments are not creepy; they’re pointed toward your shared objective, which is to make money! To close the deal!

8. Make eye contact

This is standard advice for human interaction. It’s Body Language 101: Look ’em in the eyes. If your eyes dart about as you talk, you’ll give the impression that you have something to hide.

If you’re naturally a fidgety person and eye contact makes you uncomfortable, get over it. Figure it out. Practice is all it takes.

A second of eye contact is all you need. Meet the other person’s eyes before fixing your gaze on whatever it is that they’re talking about. Every few moments, make eye contact again. If you’re naturally a fidgety person and eye contact makes you uncomfortable, get over it. Figure it out. Practice is all it takes.

9. Rock through it

Energy attracts energy, so keep a positive attitude. There was this incredible wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers named Hines Ward. No matter what happened in the play — dropped passes, rough tackles, passes overthrown — the man smiled. Everyone liked him. Everyone rooted for him. Meanwhile, all the other athletes were moping up and down the field and kicking over Gatorade coolers. And then there was Hines Ward, looking like the Cheshire Cat.

10. Know your role


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America is in a financial literacy crisis, and advisors can fix the problem

Talking about money is one of the most important skills to being a fiscally responsible and literate person. And it is the missing link in financial literacy training. More from FA Playbook:Advisory firms turn to new AI advisory technology5 critical questions advisors should be able to answerMore financial advisors moving beyond just money mattersThe failure of these programs to solve the crisis proves that technical training is not enough. It really requires busting through the money talk taboo


Talking about money is one of the most important skills to being a fiscally responsible and literate person. And it is the missing link in financial literacy training. More from FA Playbook:Advisory firms turn to new AI advisory technology5 critical questions advisors should be able to answerMore financial advisors moving beyond just money mattersThe failure of these programs to solve the crisis proves that technical training is not enough. It really requires busting through the money talk taboo
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America is in a financial literacy crisis, and advisors can fix the problem

Talking about money is one of the most important skills to being a fiscally responsible and literate person. However, 44% of Americans surveyed would rather discuss death, religion or politics than talk about personal finance with a loved one.

Why? Two major reasons are embarrassment and fear of conflict, even though the consequences can be grave: 50% of first marriages end in divorce, and financial conflict is often a key contributor. Additionally, in our society it is considered rude to discuss money and wealth.

This longstanding taboo also contributes to the gender wage gap, as women are more harshly judged when they speak up and negotiate their salaries. And it is the missing link in financial literacy training.

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The failure of these programs to solve the crisis proves that technical training is not enough. It really requires busting through the money talk taboo and empowering parents, teachers and the next generation to openly and honestly share their thoughts and feelings about spending, saving and investing money.

Financial advisors are uniquely positioned to change the conversation around literacy and address the elephant in the room: the money talk taboo. For advisors, teaching financial communication skills and helping clients understand how their emotions influence their money decisions is just as important as showing them how to calculate compound interest.

By breaking through money silence, advisors grant clients permission to ask questions and seek answers without shame or fear of judgment. As the saying goes, You are as sick as your secrets.


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