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Gold Steadies on ‘China Week’ Fears; Palladium Remains Precious Metals Star
Today, 21:12
Investing.com - Gloomy Chinese data ahead of the crucial do-or-die week for the U.S.-China trade deal helped gold prices steady on Monday, despite virtually zero prospects for a Fed rate cut in December. Palladium, meanwhile, stayed on its record-high path, riding the winds of a global squeeze in the autocatalyst metal. Gold futures for February delivery on New York’s COMEX settled just 20 cents lower at $1,464.90 per ounce. Spot gold, ..
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Taiwan Stocks Will Soar to Record in 2020, Analysts Say
Today, 21:06
(Bloomberg) -- This year’s unexpected 20% rally in Taiwan stocks is poised to close a final chapter in the history of its financial markets. The Taiex index is within 7% of its all-time high from 1990, a milestone that analysts say will likely be topped next year. That year marked the bursting of the bubble in Taiwan stocks, which had rallied even more than shares in Tokyo. Taiwan’s recovery contrasts with Japan’s Nikkei 225, which peaked around ..
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Erdogan says Turkey to attain single-digit interest rates, inflation in 2020
Today, 21:03
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey will attain single-digit interest rates and inflation in 2020, President Tayyip Erdogan told state broadcaster TRT Haber on Monday, adding this will pave the way for an increase in investments. Turkey's central bank has cut its policy interest rate by 10 percentage points since July to 14%. A Reuters poll last week showed it is expected to cut another 1.5 percentage points at its rate decision on Thursday. ..
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Trump says doing well with China in putting together trade deal
Today, 20:27
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Monday said the United States is doing well with China in hammering out a trade deal, as the clock ticks toward the levying of possible new tariffs on Chinese imports. U.S. tariffs on several consumer products, including mobile phones and toys, are set to kick in on Dec. 15, but there is hope the two countries can come to an agreement that either postpones or cancels them. ..
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Race to Run Bank of Canada Begins With Poloz Bowing Out in June
Today, 20:24
(Bloomberg) -- Stephen Poloz’s announcement that he won’t seek a second term as governor of the Bank of Canada kicked off the guessing game on who will succeed him in June. The contest comes as the central bank stubbornly keeps the nation’s benchmark interest rate among the highest of all advanced economies, so one consideration for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may be whether he has a preference for cheaper money. But given his governing ..
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Italy's TIM agrees deal with DAZN to stream sports
Today, 20:21
MILAN (Reuters) - Telecom Italia (MI:TLIT) (TIM) said on Monday it agreed a deal with digital global sports provider DAZN Group that will enable Italy's biggest phone company to broadcast a wide range of sport events on its own video streaming platform TIM Vision. The tie-up follows similar moves by a growing number of telecoms firms hoping to retain clients by giving them a broader choice of video content. Earlier this year TIM sealed a ..
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SoftBank is selling Wag stake back to company: WSJ
Today, 20:18
(Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp's Vision Fund has agreed to sell its nearly 50% stake in Wag Labs Inc back to the dog-walking startup, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday citing people familiar with the matter. "We are amicably parting ways with SoftBank and SoftBank will no longer have board representation," Chief Executive Garrett Smallwood said in a memo to employees, the report said. Wag, which earlier this year laid off several ..
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Morgan Stanley cutting jobs due to uncertain global environment: CNBC
Today, 20:15
(Reuters) - Morgan Stanley (N:MS) is cutting about 2% of its workforce due to an uncertain global economic outlook, CNBC reported on Monday citing people familiar with the matter. The job cuts will hit technology and operations roles hardest at the Wall Street bank, the report said. Morgan Stanley had 60,532 employees as of Sept. 30. ..
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Trump Agriculture Chief Sees China Spared Any New Dec. 15 Duties
Today, 20:12
(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. is unlikely to impose extra tariffs on a new $160 billion swathe of Chinese goods including toys and smartphones come Sunday, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said. The looming Dec. 15 deadline for new tariffs is just one of a number of events this week putting concerns over trade back at the forefront for investors and policy makers around the world. Besides the ongoing talks with China, the Trump administration is ..
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China buys U.S. soybeans after Beijing issues new tariff waivers: traders
Today, 20:09
By Karl Plume CHICAGO (Reuters) - Chinese soy importers on Monday bought at least five bulk cargo shipments of U.S. soybeans, or about 300,000 tonnes, for shipment in January and February after Beijing offered the buyers at least 1 million tonnes in new tariff waivers, U.S. exporters said. The fresh allotment of tariff waivers, which exempts importers from 30% tariffs on U.S. shipments, comes after buyers used up nearly all of the 10 million ..
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