LONDON (Reuters) – The euro dipped and bond yields hit multi-week lows on Thursday as easing inflation in Spain and Germany led investors to row back further on expectations of when the European Central Bank might tighten monetary policy.
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Euro dips as price data further dampens ECB hike expectations
TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian shares edged up to near their highest in two years on Thursday, while the dollar benefited from waning expectations that the European Central Bank was poised to end its easy policy.
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Asia shares creep up to near two-year peak, dollar firms
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s states are turning to Asia and beyond as some U.S. companies put investment plans on hold south of the border following President Donald Trump’s calls to bring jobs back home.
Mexico’s governors tap investors in China, elsewhere
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street has tempered its expectations for sweeping U.S. tax cuts in the wake of President Donald Trump’s stinging healthcare defeat, a move that could push investors to embrace cheaper global stocks after the heady U.S. rally of recent months.
Clouds over Trump tax plan may curb appetite for U.S. stocks
LONDON (Reuters) – Banks in Britain have tried to reassure their London staff over possible Brexit disruption, including a shift in jobs to continental Europe, as Prime Minister Theresa May triggered formal EU divorce proceedings on Wednesday.
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Banks to London staff: no panic as Britain launches EU divorce process
SEOUL (Reuters) – A consortium led by South Korea’s SK Hynix Inc has offered to pay more than $9 billion for a majority stake in Toshiba Corp’s memory chip business, the Maeil Business Newspaper reported on Wednesday citing unnamed sources.
SK Hynix consortium bids over $9 billion for Toshiba chip unit: Maeil Business
(Reuters) – U.S. stocks struggled for direction on Tuesday as investors chose to look beyond President Donald Trump’s first major policy setback, while awaiting comments from several Federal Reserve officials, including Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
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Wall St. flat as investors look beyond healthcare bill
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Citigroup Inc will seek bids from global insurers keen to sell general insurance products across the U.S. bank’s Asia-Pacific markets, in a deal that could be worth at least $500 million, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
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Exclusive: Citigroup to seek bids for Asia general insurance distribution deal – source
(Reuters) – The S&P 500 cut earlier losses on Monday to end slightly lower, while the Dow declined for an eighth straight session, as investors assessed how the defeat of President Donald Trump’s first major legislative action would impact the rest of his agenda.
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Wall Street off as Trump agenda weighed; Dow down for eighth day
LONDON (Reuters) – The dollar and share prices tumbled on Monday, as investors worried that U.S. President Donald Trump’s defeat over healthcare reform foreshadowed difficulties delivering other key campaign promises, in particular tax cuts and spending.
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Trump trade doubts send dollar, shares tumbling
(Reuters) – U.S. equity index futures fell to a six-week low on Sunday in a sign Wall Street would start the week defensively after Republicans pulled legislation to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system in a stunning setback for President Donald Trump.
U.S. equity futures at six-week low after Trump healthcare setback
HONG KONG (Reuters) – Asian stocks are set to start the week on a cautious note as President Donald Trump’s stunning failure to get healthcare reform passed raised concerns about the prospects for his plans to use fiscal stimulus to boost economic growth.
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Equities take a spill on Trump healthcare setback; bonds shine
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday touted Charter Communications Inc’s decision to invest $25 billion in the United States and a plan the company announced before he was elected to hire 20,000 workers over four years.
Trump touts Charter hiring that was in works for two years
LONDON (Reuters) – The number of employees earning more than a million euros or pounds at Europe’s biggest banks fell sharply last year, another sign of the clout they have lost to U.S. rivals since the financial crisis.
Number of newly-minted millionaires at Europe’s big banks is shrinking
MILAN (Reuters) – Italian drinks group Davide Campari has a tall order to fulfill: take a neglected old liqueur out of the kitchen, where it is used as a dessert topping, and turn it into a hot new cocktail trend.
From crepes to cocktails: can Grand Marnier’s new owner make the leap?