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Business - Stock rally in recent months driven by global economy, not Trump: Robeco CIO

By Tomo Uetake TOKYO (Reuters) - A rally in global stock markets in the past few months is being driven more by improving economic fundamentals than by expectations of more U.S. fiscal stimulus under President-elect Donald Trump, a chief investment officer of Dutch asset management firm Robeco said. To the contrary, uncertainty over Trump`s economic policies is the biggest risk for markets this year, Lukas Daalder, CIO in charge of multi-asset strategies, told Reuters in Tokyo. Ahead of Trump`s inauguration on Friday, Daalder said Robeco has brought its positions to almost completely neutral, and will look to build fresh investment strategies after the new administration takes shape.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  09:08


World - Top Asian News 9:35 a.m. GMT

BEIJING (AP) China is preparing to retaliate if U.S. President-elect Donald Trump raises duties on Chinese goods and already has toughened its stance, an American business group said Wednesday. Trump, who is due to be inaugurated Friday, threatened during his campaign to raise import duties on Chinese goods to 45 percent. American companies are frustrated by Chinese market barriers and want Washington to take a tougher stance toward Beijing but worry reckless action might trigger retaliation. Already, China has ordered unusually high anti-dumping penalties against a U.S.-made agricultural chemical. `China has indeed threatened to and is preparing to take steps in retaliation if such actions take place,` said Lester Ross, a board member of the American Chamber of Commerce, at a news conference.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  09:40


World - HSBC will likely switch jobs to France on Brexit: CEO

HSBC bank would likely switch 1,000 jobs to Paris from London, with Britain planning to leave the EU single market under Brexit, chief executive Stuart Gulliver told Bloomberg Television. Speaking from the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort Davos, Gulliver said in an interview that `about 1,000 jobs which are carrying out activities which are covered by European legislation... would probably need, in our case, to go to France`. While Gulliver had in the past already hinted at such a switch of investment banking jobs, his comments appeared more precise as he suggested France would take precedence over other EU nations.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  09:33


World - UK receives positive responses from Brussels on leaving plan: Brexit minister

Britain`s Brexit minister David Davis said the government had received positive responses from Brussels after Prime Minister Theresa May set out her priorities for upcoming negotiations on leaving the European Union. `Some of the other responses we got back from Brussels overnight reflected that, that this was a positive response, something that they were, I think they were hoping for, frankly,` Davis told BBC radio on Wednesday. May said in a speech on Tuesday that Britain would seek the greatest possible access to European markets but aim to establish its own free trade deals with countries beyond Europe, and impose limits on immigration from the continent.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  08:58


Business - South Korea`s Netmarble seeks M&As, U.S. expansion: founder

South Korea`s largest mobile game company, Netmarble Games Corp, is seeking more mergers and acquisitions and intellectual property rights to expand its share of the gaming market in North America and Europe, its founder said. The Tencent-backed firm - with plans for a public listing estimated at billions of dollars in the first half this year - aims to raise its ranking in key markets to reach its goal of becoming a global top 5 game company by 2020, Bang Jun-hyuk told Reuters. Netmarble wants to place within the top 10 in mobile games in China and Japan, Bang said on the sidelines of a news conference on Wednesday.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  09:40


World - China says hopes for `win-win` deal between Britain, EU

China`s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday it hoped Britain and the European Union could reach a `win-win` agreement on Britain`s departure from the bloc, after Prime Minister Theresa May said it would quit the EU single market when it left. May promised to seek the greatest possible access to European markets but said Britain would aim to establish its own free trade deals with countries far beyond Europe, and rein in immigration from the continent. Prior to last year`s Brexit vote, China had not directly stated an opinion, viewing it as an internal matter and saying only that it wanted to see a strong and stable Europe.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  09:17


World - Hong Kong regulator sues Standard Chartered, UBS over IPO

Hong Kong`s stock market regulator has filed a lawsuit against major banks Standard Chartered and UBS along with consultancy firm KPMG over a 2009 initial public offering on the city`s bourse. The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) on Monday filed documents to the High Court alleging `market misconduct` in connection with China Forestry Holdings`s IPO, worth $217 million, and the firm`s financial statements for 2009 to the first half of 2010. Swiss giant UBS also said in October it could face a fine and suspension from sponsoring IPOs in Hong Kong over a listing in the city.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  07:11


Business - U.S. lobby says China protectionism fuelling foreign business pessimism

More than 80 percent of members of a U.S. business lobby in China say foreign companies are less welcome than in the past, a survey released on Wednesday showed, with most saying they have little confidence in China`s vows to open its markets. The American Chamber of Commerce in China`s annual survey reinforces growing pessimism in the foreign business community, as it grapples with a slowing Chinese economy and complains of increasing protectionism. The chamber`s report comes a day after China`s President Xi Jinping gave a speech at the World Economic Forum (WEF) championing open markets, and Beijing unveiled proposals to reduce restrictions on foreign investment in China.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  04:48


Business - Asia stocks up as Trump`s dollar comment boosts exporters; sterling shines

By Saikat Chatterjee HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian stock markets held near three-month highs on Wednesday as investors scooped up exporter shares after U.S. President-elect Donald Trump expressed concerns over a stronger dollar. In Asia, MSCI`s ex-Japan Asia-Pacific shares index rose 0.3 percent, just shy of a three-month high hit last Thursday. Stock markets in Hong Kong and China led the gains.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  03:33


Market - Saudi economy will barely grow this year, IMF says

The IMF sharply cuts its forecast for the Saudi economy because of oil production cuts.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017  04:53

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