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Business - Asian shares wobble, dollar close to eight-month peak

By Lisa Twaronite and Hideyuki Sano TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares struggled on Tuesday after a healthcare mega-merger failed to impress Wall Street, while the dollar took a breather from its run to 8-month highs on rising convictions that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next month. MSCI`s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan wavered in and out of positive territory, and was last down 0.2 percent. `We`re post Japan Inc earnings now and the focus is back on China where local brokers are talking about market reforms, many of which have direct market impacts, which is important because China is a policy-driven market,` said Gavin Parry, managing director of Parry International Trading.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015  03:49


World - Stabbings near Jerusalem market, attackers `neutralised`: police

Two Palestinian women stabbed two Israelis with scissors near a central Jerusalem market on Monday before being `neutralised` by security forces, police said. `Two female terrorists armed with scissors stabbed a man next to the (Mahane Yehuda) market,` police spokeswoman Luba Samri said. Mahane Yehuda is Jerusalem`s best known market and is a popular tourist destination.

Monday, November 23, 2015  10:09


Business - Pssst, want to play the market? Count the Fed leak weeks: study

By Ann Saphir BERKELEY, Calif. (Reuters) - U.S. central bankers not only regularly leak secret information about monetary policy, but the leaks are so predictably timed that a savvy investor without access to the leaked information could make money just by buying stocks in certain weeks. Vissing-Jorgensen and her colleagues found that the stock market delivers better returns versus Treasury bills the second, fourth, and sixth weeks after each of the Fed`s eight policy-setting meetings during a given year. An investor could simply exit the stock market during odd-numbered weeks, and return during even-numbered ones, and make much more than an investor who stayed in the stock market the whole time, they suggested.

Sunday, November 22, 2015  09:26


Business - China slump leads Asia shares lower on regulatory crackdown, weak profits

Early selling intensified in China`s stock markets in the afternoon, with the Shanghai Composite index and the CSI300 plunging 4.7 percent as of 0623 GMT, on track for the biggest one-day drop in more than three months, and set for weekly declines of 4.6 percent and 5 percent, respectively. China`s securities regulator has urged domestic brokerages to cease financing clients` stocks purchases through swaps and other over-the-counter contracts, two sources with direct knowledge told Reuters, its latest move to reduce leveraged financing risk in its stock markets after a summer plunge. The Chinese yuan also came under pressure, weakening to its lowest level in almost three months as investors braced for a decision on Monday by the International Monetary Fund on whether to include the currency in its reserve basket.

Friday, November 27, 2015  06:57


World - China`s carbon footprint grows with the good life

The son of peach farmers, Chen Jian relishes the fruits of his middle class life, driving to work and flying on holiday, epitomising how China`s carbon footprint has grown alongside the prosperity of its nearly 1.4 billion people. China`s ruling Communist Party bases its claim to legitimacy on delivering better lives to the world`s most populous country, and since it embraced the market it has overseen a boom that created a burgeoning middle class, now 300 million strong. Average incomes remain far below those of the United States, but China -- now the world`s second largest economy -- is already the biggest international market for both cars and smartphones.

Thursday, November 26, 2015  07:02


Business - Indexes little changed, data indicates moderate growth

`The market will be guided by the macro news of the day, notwithstanding the geopolitical concerns that remain elevated,` said Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at First Standard Financial in New York.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015  15:03


Business - Indexes set to open higher as data points to recovery

`The market will be guided by the macro news of the day, notwithstanding the geopolitical concerns that remain elevated,` said Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at First Standard Financial in New York.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015  14:27


Business - HP Inc profit forecast misses Street on weak PC, printer sales

HP Inc, which houses former Hewlett-Packard Co`s legacy printer and PC business, forecast adjusted profit for the first quarter below market expectations as it struggles with weak sales of PCs and printers. HP Inc`s shares were down 7.1 percent in extended trading on Tuesday, while HPE`s shares were up 2.3 percent. `Looking ahead, we expect the PC market to remain challenged for more quarters to come,` HP Inc`s Chief Executive Dion Weisler said on a conference call with analyst.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015  23:46


World - European stocks sink as instability fears vex investors

HONG KONG (AP) European stock markets opened sharply lower Tuesday as jitters about instability in the Middle East intensified while Asian stock markets dithered as slumping commodity prices weighed on shares of resource companies.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015  10:06


World - In taking economic war to Islamic State, U.S. developing new tools

By Yeganeh Torbati and Brett Wolf WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sincelast month, U.S. warplanes have struck Islamic State`s oil infrastructureinSyria in a stepped-up campaign of economic warfare that the United States estimates has cut the group`s black-market earnings from oil byabouta third. In finding their targets, U.S. military planners have relied in part on an unconventional source of intelligence: access to banking records that provide insight into which refineries and oil pumps are generating cash for the extremist group, current and former officials say. The intent is to choke off the Islamic State`s funding by tracking its remaining ties to the global financial system.By identifying money flowing to and from the group, U.S. officials have been able to get a glimpse into how its black-market economy operates, people with knowledge of the effort have said.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015  06:47

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