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Trader Digest: Apple On Top, Women Investors Reign & Asia Surprises

It's a new week, and with it comes a new Trader Digest. This week we recommend you get a load of how women investors are outperforming men, the world's most valuable brands, and an insight on Brazil's economy...

Reading List

Women investors outperformed men in 2016
Yahoo bring the story that a recent new report has shown that, on average, women investors performed better than men in 2016. Complete with graphs and stats, read it here.

Apple Heads The World's Most Valuable Brands Of 2017 At $170 Billion
It’s seven years running for Apple as Forbes’ annual study on the most valuable brands in the world brings the tech giant out on top. Find out who’s bringing up the rear here

Surprise! Asia's Central Banks Still Have the X-Factor
This article from Bloomberg features a great chart showing the trend of Asian central banks causing surprise in the markets with their policy decisions, and ironically its no surprise to see who features on top in the "surprise map".

 

What to Watch

The Andrew Neil Interviews

As the UK Election moves ever nearer, the BBC unleash their attack dog on the parties' leaders. Watch as Andrew Neil interviews Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and the chasing pack.

For the Headphones

“Brazil's Real Problem Is Economics -- Not Graft”
Bloomberg Benchmark
In this podcast, hosts Dan Moss and Scott Lanman provide a jargon-free dive into the stories that drive the global economy. In this episode, they analyse what is happening in Brazil a year after impeaching their president. Listen here.

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