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World - Bank of England begins corporate debt purchases

The Bank of England on Tuesday began buying £10 billion of corporate debt under a wide-ranging stimulus programme aimed at propping up the economy after Britain voted to exit the EU. The BoE last month announced it would buy company bonds worth the equivalent of $13 billion or 11.6 billion euros over an 18-month period. It came as the BoE slashed its key interest rate by a quarter-point to a record-low 0.25 percent and expanded its main quantitative easing (QE) bond-buying scheme by £60 billion to £435 billion.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016  19:49


Europe - E.U. Leaders, Struggling to Respond to Crises, Gather in Slovakia

Representatives of 27 member nations all but Britain, which voted in June to leave the bloc remain divided over migration, security and the economy.

Friday, September 23, 2016  03:27


Business - Bank of America senior South Korea, Australia bankers to leave: IFR

Bank of America`s head of South Korea investment banking Peter Kim is leaving the bank, IFR reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter, as part of the U.S. bank`s move to cut some investment banking jobs in Asia. Ben Stewart, senior manager of debt capital markets and syndicate in Australia, and Niraan De Silva, head of Southeast Asia equity capital markets and head of equity-linked capital markets in Asia Pacific, are also leaving, Thomson Reuters publication IFR reported.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016  12:24


World - Buckingham Palace maintenance boss jailed over bribes

The official in charge of maintaining Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth II`s London residence, was on Wednesday jailed for five years for accepting more than £100,000 ($130,000, 116,000 euros) to award valuable contracts. As deputy property manager for the Royal Household, Ronald Harper, was also responsible for maintaining St James`s Palace, Clarence House and Windsor Castle until he was suspended in 2012. Judge Nicholas Loraine-Smith at London`s Southwark Crown Court sentenced the 64-yeard-old to three-year and two-year jail terms for two counts of conspiracy to make corrupt payments, a total of five years.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016  16:45


World - Brexit U-turn still possible: Ryanair`s O`Leary

The head of Europe`s largest airline said Tuesday he believes the UK could still make a Brexit U-turn once it realised it could not stay in Europe`s single market while leaving the EU. `I would be hopeful they`ll change their minds in the next two or three years and chose to remain in the European Union,` Ryanair CEO Michael O`Leary said at France`s Toulouse-Blagnac airport. The head of the low-cost carrier said the UK could still be persuaded `that staying in the single market is the sensible way forward and that they were misled by those people in the exit side who`ve said that you can vote to leave the European Union and stay in the single market.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016  18:24


World - Tanker brings first US shale gas to Britain

A tanker carrying the first shipment of shale gas from the United States arrived on Tuesday in Britain, where there are currently no commercial fracking operations because of fierce public opposition. The ship arrived at Grangemouth, a sprawling energy complex on the River Forth near Edinburgh in Scotland, where the North Sea offshore oil and gas reserves are becoming too costly to extract. A £2 billion (2.3 billion euros, $2.6 billion) investment by Ineos, the world`s third largest chemical company, will create a `virtual pipeline` with eight tankers transporting regular shipments across the Atlantic to Britain and Norway.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016  09:47


World - Wide-eyed Leicester face Champions League home bow

Four months on from their astonishing 5,000-1 Premier League triumph, the stardust returns to Leicester City`s King Power Stadium in Tuesday`s first ever Champions League home game against Porto. Leicester have made a faltering start to their title defence and after Saturday`s 4-1 loss at Manchester United, they have now lost as many league games -- three -- as in the entirety of last season. `In Bruges it was a surreal feeling - you walk out on a Champions League carpet, through a Champions League arch,` said winger Marc Albrighton, who scored Leicester`s opener in Belgium.

Monday, September 26, 2016  21:05


Business - BofA to pay $12.5 million SEC fine for causing `mini-flash crashes`

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Monday that the penalty was its largest for violating the market access rule, which requires brokerages that provide customers with direct access to the market to have reasonable controls in place. Bank of America did not admit to wrongdoing in agreeing to settle. An SEC investigation found that Merrill Lynch, Bank of America`s retail securities brokerage, caused market disruptions on at least 15 occasions from late 2012 to mid-2014, the agency said in a statement.

Monday, September 26, 2016  17:48


World - UK police arrest man in Pippa royal photo `hack`

British police said Saturday they had arrested a suspect following reports that 3,000 photographs had been hacked from Pippa Middleton, sister-in-law of Prince William, and were being touted for sale. The pictures were reported by The Sun and Daily Mail newspapers to have been stolen from Middleton`s iCloud account and included shots of her sister Kate, plus her and William`s children Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, one. The Sun said it had been asked for £50,000 (58,000 euros, $65,000) for the shots.

Saturday, September 24, 2016  22:26


Business - U.S. job market firming; tight inventories constraining housing

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week to a two-month low, pointing to labor market strength that could pave the way for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates by December. The upbeat initial jobless claims data came a day after the U.S. central bank left interest rates unchanged but strongly signaled it could raise borrowing costs by the end of the year, citing a recent pickup in economic growth and continued progress in the labor market. `The economy is stronger than we thought with another turn tighter of the screw for the labor market.

Thursday, September 22, 2016  16:49

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