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Business - Hong Kong tribunal finds short seller Citron culpable of misconduct

U.S.-based short-seller Citron Research was culpable of market misconduct with the publication of a research report in June 2012, a Hong Kong tribunal said on Friday, in a ruling that could redefine the boundaries of company research reports. The decision by Hong Kong`s Market Misconduct Tribunal (MMT) is also likely to stoke fears of a regulatory clampdown on publicly criticizing companies listed in the financial center, following other recent moves to curb negative research and short-selling. The ruling follows the Hong Kong`s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) allegations that Citron founder Andrew Left engaged in market manipulation by spreading false or misleading information on Hong Kong-listed Chinese property developer China Evergrande Group .

Friday, August 26, 2016  12:59


Business - U.S. second-quarter growth trimmed to 1.1 percent; consumer spending raised

U.S. economic growth was a bit more sluggish than initially thought in the second quarter as businesses aggressively ran down stocks of unsold goods, offsetting a spurt in consumer spending. The revision to second-quarter GDP growth was in line with economists` expectations. While data so far for the third quarter has been mixed, a strong labor market should continue to support consumer spending and underpin growth in the coming quarters.

Friday, August 26, 2016  13:42


Business - Bullard agnostic on timing of Fed hike; cites tech stocks: CNBC

(Reuters) - The Federal Reserve could hike U.S. interest rates this year, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said on Friday, noting the central bank would have to watch out for risky financial bubbles emerging in technology stocks and elsewhere in the market.

Friday, August 26, 2016  13:17


Business - Foreign seed firms team up to oppose new India GM crop rules

Major international seed companies formed an alliance on Friday to oppose a proposal by India that would force them to share their genetically modified crop technology with local players. Executives from the India businesses of Monsanto, Bayer, Dow, Dupont Pioneer and Syngenta, which have formed the alliance, said seed prices should be set by the market rather than by regulation. The show of solidarity comes after Monsanto, which pioneered the use of GM cotton in India, pulled an application for its next-generation product from the approvals process on concerns over the security of its intellectual property.

Friday, August 26, 2016  13:17


World - Iran wants `pre-sanctions oil market share`

Iran wants its pre-sanctions share of the crude market, Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said on Friday, dampening the prospects of agreement on an output freeze at an OPEC meeting next month. `Iran had no role in disrupting the stability of the oil market and after the (lifting of) sanctions we seek to revive our share in the global crude market,` he said, quoted by the ministry`s SHANA news service. Zanganeh had given a brief boost to world prices on Thursday after announcing he would attend the informal OPEC meeting in Algiers on a possible output freeze with non-cartel producer Russia in late September.

Friday, August 26, 2016  09:55


Business - Asia stocks wary, dollar slips before Fed Chair Yellen`s speech

SINGAPORE/TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks were largely steady on Friday, with modest losses in some markets and gains in others reflecting nervousness before a keenly anticipated speech by U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. European markets are also heading for a flat start, with financial spreadbetter CMC Markets expecting Britain`s FTSE 100 and Germany`s DAX to open little changed, and France`s CAC 40 to begin the day down 0.1 percent. `The expectation surrounding (Yellen`s speech) has been out of all proportion to the likely outcome, which in all probability is likely to be fairly benign,` Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets in London.

Friday, August 26, 2016  07:33


Business - Economists see ride-hailing industry as ripe for competition

By Heather Somerville SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Chinese powerhouse Didi Chuxing`s acquisition of Uber Technologies Inc`s [UBER.UL] China operations marked the biggest move yet toward consolidation in an industry that many investors and Silicon Valley pundits view as a winner-take-all game. On the day the Didi deal was announced earlier this month, Uber board member Bill Gurley said Uber`s rivals in other markets had a slim chance of splitting the market with the dominant player, just as Uber struggled to erode Didi`s share in China. After China, the industry will consolidate in other markets, said Hans Tung, an Asia-focused investor and managing partner at GGV Capital, which backed Didi and Grab, a Singapore-based ride service.

Friday, August 26, 2016  06:14


Business - Caution before Yellen`s Jackson Hole speech crimps risk appetites

By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Caution ahead of a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen`s speech at the annual gathering of central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, limited movements across global markets on Friday. Asian stocks tracked an overnight dip on Wall Street and edged down early in the session, while geopolitical tensions helped shore up crude oil prices. Risk markets were wary of the U.S. central bank hinting at near-term interest rate hike which could divert some of the massive liquidity that has drenched global markets.

Friday, August 26, 2016  01:37


World - Hong Kong rules US short seller Left engaged in misconduct

HONG KONG (AP) A Hong Kong tribunal has found that U.S. short-seller Andrew Left engaged in market misconduct by publishing false or misleading information about a Chinese property developer.

Friday, August 26, 2016  11:57


Business - Dirty laundry: Welspun tangle highlights India`s quality challenge

Questions over the exact provenance of bedsheets sold by Welspun India to America`s middle classes have not only wiped $740 million off the firm`s market value, but also revived one of Indian manufacturing`s enduring headaches: quality. India`s government, desperate to accelerate growth and create more jobs, has backed a `Make in India` manufacturing push. India already makes everything from car parts to t-shirts, but is trying to move up the chain to make higher-end products, like Apple`s iPhone.

Friday, August 26, 2016  10:58

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