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Business - Network maker Nokia outperforms Ericsson in third quarter

Nokia on Thursday reported falling quarterly sales and profits for its network gear business, but outperformed rival Ericsson in a weak market thanks to cost cuts after its recent acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent. Finland`s Nokia said total third-quarter operating profit decreased 18 percent from a year ago to 556 million euros ($606 million), but was buoyed by a one-off patent licensing payment. Group sales dropped 7 percent from a year ago to 5.95 billion euros, including network equipment sales falling 12 percent to 5.32 billion, which compared with a market consensus of 5.39 billion.

Thursday, October 27, 2016  07:20


Business - Chinese courier ZTO raises $1.4 billion in U.S. IPO

(Reuters) - Chinese package delivery company ZTO Express raised $1.4 billion in the biggest U.S. initial public offering of the year on Wednesday as early backers cashed in on China`s booming online-shopping industry, a source familiar with the deal said. ZTO priced 72.1 million shares at $19.50 a share, above its previously indicated range of $16.50 to $18.50 a share. The stock market debut, the biggest by a Chinese company since the $25 billion IPO of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd in 2014, gave the Shanghai-based company a market value of more than $12 billion.

Thursday, October 27, 2016  01:59


Business - Oil lingers below $50 over doubts OPEC can coordinate output cut

Oil prices were stable on Thursday, but remained below $50 a barrel, as doubts over OPEC`s ability to organize a coordinated production cut weighed on markets, while firm demand and concerns over Venezuela`s stability offered support. International Brent crude oil futures briefly pushed above the psychological $50 a barrel mark, but had dipped back to $49.95 by 0153 GMT (9:53 p.m. ET) , 3 cents below their last closing price. Traders said Brent was struggling to break above $50 due to doubts that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-OPEC producers like Russia will be able to effectively coordinate curbs in output to prop up prices.

Thursday, October 27, 2016  03:24


Most Recent - EpiPen competitor alternative Auvi-Q returning soon

Pharmaceutical company Kaleo Inc. will reintroduce Auvi-Q, a compact epinephrine autoinjector, to the US market in the first half of 2017.

Thursday, October 27, 2016  00:30


Business - Tesla turns profit, Musk says no new capital needed for Model 3

Tesla Motors Inc reported its first quarterly net profit in more than three years on Wednesday, buoyed by nearly $139 million in sales of clean car credits, and Chief Executive Elon Musk said the company turn a profit again in the fourth quarter. The tech billionaire said the automaker could still raise capital to `account for uncertainty ... and de-risk the business,` however. The third quarter profit and a leaner capital spending plan could help grease the wheels for Musk if he does seek to tap the markets for cash.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016  23:59


Business - White pushes bigger SEC role in regulating U.S. Treasuries

The Securities and Exchange Commission should play a bigger role in regulating the market for U.S. Treasuries, the head of the SEC said on Monday in what appeared to be a push for a bigger role for her agency in a market largely overseen by the Federal Reserve and Treasury Department. `I believe our regulation of the equity markets can and should be deployed to strengthen the U.S. Treasury market,` SEC Chair Mary Jo White said in prepared remarks to a conference on the health of the government bond market, at the New York Fed. `The controls we put in place around trading practices in many cases should apply to U.S. Treasury securities as well as equities, especially where those practices can threaten to destabilize markets or hurt investors,` she said.

Monday, October 24, 2016  18:15


Business - Hugo Boss CEO says wants to abandon luxury segment: Handelsblatt

German fashion house Hugo Boss is planning to abandon the luxury market and go back to is roots of selling premium men`s clothing, its chief executive told Handelsblatt. `The effort to make in-roads in the luxury market didn`t prove to be particularly helpful for our business,` Mark Langer was quoted as saying on Tuesday in his first interview since taking over at Hugo Boss. Former boss Claus-Dietrich Lahrs had taken the German label more upmarket as the luxury market boomed, opening more than 400 stores worldwide and putting a bigger focus on womenswear.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016  19:42


World - Solarwatt to tap into German power battery market: innovation chief

By Vera Eckert FRECHEN, Germany (Reuters) - Solarwatt, a German company making home storage batteries to harness rooftop solar power, expects to double market share amid rapid growth and consolidation in the young industry next year, its innovation chief said. The company, whose main owner is BMW heir Stefan Quandt, has moved into the top league of a market dominated by peers Sonnen, LG Chem and Varta Microbattery. `We reached 10 percent market share in a year-and-a-half and expect a significant increase to 20 percent in 2017,` Solarwatt chief innovation officer Andreas Gutsch told Reuters at the company`s battery module production site near Cologne.

Monday, October 24, 2016  15:12


Business - First-time buyers boost U.S. home sales; jobless claims rise

While other data on Thursday showed a bigger-than-expected increase in the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week, the trend continued to suggest that the labor market remains strong. Labor market strength is one of the key factors underpinning the housing market.

Thursday, October 20, 2016  17:21


World - Saudi Arabia raises $17.5 bn in first global bond issue

Saudi Arabia raised $17.5 billion in its first international bond offering, HSBC said Thursday, reflecting strong interest as the kingdom seeks to diversify its oil-dependent economy. The bond issue -- the first time Saudi Arabia has turned to international markets for financing -- was hailed as historic by investors and according to official media was nearly four times oversubscribed. `It was the biggest syndicated issue ever by any country,` said Jean-Marc Mercier, co-director of the debt capital markets division at HSBC, which took part in the transaction and confirmed the figure.

Thursday, October 20, 2016  12:37

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