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Friday’s steep declines in the markets were driven by weak employment report and a war of words between the United States and China, but seemed to have been shrugged off in Asia trade. While trade tensions and geopolitical risks are likely to keep the appetite for risk in check, investors will have new information to digest this week, particularly earnings from big banks and U.S. inflation data.
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FInancial markets' post-election rally showed no signs of fatigue as the three major indexes hit all-time highs on Thursday.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. has agreed to pay $264 million to resolve allegations that it hired the relatives of Chinese officials in order to win banking deals.
Big global banks, including Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase & Co and Goldman Sachs Group Inc are bracing for potential tumult on financial markets after Tuesday's U.S. election. As the outcome of the most bitterly fought U.S. presidential elections starts to roll out by Wednesday in Asia, the regional markets will be the first to trade on the results.
Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena has asked at least eight banks to guarantee a five billion euro ($5.49 billion) cash call as Italy's third-largest bank races against the clock to comply with regulators' demands to strengthen its balance sheet, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. plans to exit the business of settling government securities for most dealers by the end of 2017, including some transactions in the repo market.

Forbes recently released its 14th annual Global 2000 list; a ranking of the biggest companies in the world.

The silver bullion market has a key new player – Enter the Dragon. The Shanghai Futures Exchange in China is replacing JP Morgan bank and its clients as the most significant new source of demand according to a very interesting blog with some great charts and tables published by SRSrocco Report yesterday.