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- Shinsei Bank Ltd 243.00 -1.62%
- Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc 747.80 +0.01%
- Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co Ltd 155.00 +6.16%
- Laox Co Ltd 397.00 +3.39%
- Hitachi Ltd 619.60 -0.51%
- Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd 432.00 +3.60%
- Toshiba Corp 307.40 +2.26%
- Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc 819.00 +0.86%
- Kobe Steel Ltd 137.00 +2.24%
- Aiful Corp 465.00 +0.87%
- ANA Holdings Inc 347.70 +1.73%
- Nippon Yusen KK 292.00 +0.69%
- Showa Denko KK 140.00 +2.94%
- Oki Electric Industry Co Ltd 181.00 -0.55%
- IHI Corp 319.00 +2.90%
- Sharp Corp/Japan 136.00 +0.00%
- Nomura Holdings Inc 707.60 -0.03%
- Fujitsu Ltd 536.30 +3.53%
- Yahoo Japan Corp 450.00 +0.45%
- Sojitz Corp 234.00 +3.08%
- Nissan Motor Co Ltd 1,163.00 -0.39%
- SoftBank Group Corp 5,875.00 +4.44%
- Ube Industries Ltd 219.00 +3.30%
- Acom Co Ltd 648.00 +0.47%
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said he doesn’t see immediate risks of financial bubbles in the U.S., while raising concerns that the central bank’s policy tool kit to deal with such occurrences is limited and untested.
For all the warnings from the bears that the plunge in profits is proof that U.S. stocks have nowhere to go but down, not so fast.
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Evergrande Real Estate Group Ltd., the best-performing major property stock traded in Hong Kong this year, is also the most-shorted and lowest-rated among peers.
Elvira Nabiullina just can’t catch a break.
Friday's job figures contain few positives
Bill Mann isn’t letting an almost 50 percent loss on his investment in Sberbank PJSC get him down.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will unveil his government’s policy plans for its new term in office on Monday, including a draft budget for 2016, as he tries to win back the trust of the country’s European partners.
Qatari stocks rose to the highest in almost three weeks, tracking gains in global markets Friday that were fueled by the fading prospect of an increase in U.S. interest rates this year. Dubai shares declined.
Portuguese voters are casting their ballots Sunday in the first general election since 2011, with polls signaling the government that led the nation out of an international bailout may be re-elected.
Some suggestions in a tough trading environment.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and private-equity firm BC Partners are in talks to acquire more than $1 billion in Cablevision Systems Corp. shares as part of Altice NV’s takeover of the U.S. cable provider, according to people familiar with the matter.
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Narayana Kocherlakota said the U.S. central bank would have been “totally justified” if it had increased policy stimulus to combat low inflation when it met last month, adding that negative interest rates could be a useful policy tool.
Ukraine’s government will have to wait a bit longer for the third installment of a $17.5 billion bailout from the International Monetary Fund.
Portugal’s Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho made a last-minute appeal to voters not to jeopardize the nation’s economic progress, as the country prepares to go to the polls in what promises to be one of the closest elections in a generation.
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One of the biggest weeks in Glencore Plc’s history will be recorded as one that looked ordinary.
After a week that saw currency traders push back their expectations for a Federal Reserve interest-rate increase, investors will turn their attention to the Bank of England’s decision on Oct. 8.
Consumer prices in the euro area unexpectedly fell in September, six months after the European Central Bank introduced a quantitative-easing program to stave off deflation. That has bond investors looking toward an account of the latest ECB meeting and retail sales data next week for signs on whether policy makers will plan more stimulus.
The Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect saw both northbound and southbound trading fall in September to the lowest level since February.
The bond market’s doubts about the Federal Reserve’s projections for interest rates are only growing.
“The economy is doing pretty well”
Junk bonds closed their worst quarter in four years, and investment-grade corporates turned weak.
Exxon Mobil Corp. and Chevron Corp. were among several U.S. oil and natural gas producers that had their outlooks or ratings cut by Standard & Poor’s as the industry suffers from weak crude prices, hurting their cash flow and liquidity.
Warburg Pincus LLC, the New York-based private-equity firm, won’t buy more shares of Banco Indusval SA as the Brazilian bank sells stock to raise 80 million reais ($20 million) in capital, according to two people with direct knowledge of the matter.
Chinese stocks trading in New York posted their biggest weekly rally since late 2011, led by real estate websites after the central bank reduced down-payment requirements for first-time home buyers in a bid to bolster the industry.
While everything from Glencore Plc to the Labor Department threw punches at U.S. stocks this week, nothing landed the knockout blow.