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  • A Push Toward a Steady Chinese Yuan Is Seen Helping the Euro
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    Feb 20,2019 02:11 pm by Bloomberg
    ABN Amro China Commerzbank Esther Reichelt Europes MUFG
    "We favor a stronger euro and weaker U.S. dollar outcome if there is a significant trade deal " between China and the U.S."We would view that as supportive for euro - zone economy as well which has been hit by the slowdown in external demand...
  • Brexit Department Germany Italy Trump
    Stuck in a euro straitjacket and saddled with a market - unfriendly populist government, it is difficult to see how Italy can avoid a debilitating public debt and banking sector crisis should the European economy indeed succumb to another recession.
  • CMA Coupe Lloyds PPI analyst
    Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe said he will keep banging the drum for its merger with Asda, despite a damning report from the competition regulator that effectively rules it out.
  • Global stocks up on Asia push, muted Wall St. eyes Fed minutes
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    Feb 20,2019 01:46 pm by Reuters
    Asia Brexit China MSCIs Nasdaq Composite
    The pan - European STOXX 600 index rose 0.70 percent and MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe gained 0.49 percent.
  • ECB Mario European Central Bank Treasuries Washington afternoon
    The Stoxx Europe 600 Index gained 0.7 percent to the highest in 19 weeks.
  • Dollar falls in cautious trade ahead of Fed minutes
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    Feb 20,2019 01:00 pm by Reuters
    Bank Brexit Washington York accord
    China’s yuan rose after Washington pressed Beijing to prevent a sharp weakening of its currency as part of any trade deal.
  • Le Maire Says Italian Recession Threatens France’s Economy
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    Feb 20,2019 12:51 pm by Bloomberg
    France Germany Italy Maire Paris
    "We talk a lot about Brexit, but we don’t talk much about an Italian recession that will have a significant impact on growth in Europe and can impact France because it’s one of our most important trading partners.
  • Global Recession Fear Is Suddenly Stalking the Credit Market
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    Feb 20,2019 12:23 pm by Bloomberg
    BAML China ECB Stocks analysts
    European investors have been piling into credit so far this year, adding corporate hybrids, insurance and subordinated bank debt alongside defensive positions in utilities, according to BAML.That’s pushed cash allocations down to 3.5 percent and...
  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares rally to 4-1/2-month peak on hopes of U.S.-China trade deal
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    Feb 20,2019 12:16 pm by Reuters
    Brexit China European Union Prime Minister Theresa Reuters
    The Chinese yuan rose more than 0.5 percent to 6.7243 per dollar, its highest level in about three weeks after Bloomberg reported on Tuesday that the United States was seeking to secure a pledge from China that it will not devalue its yuan currency...
  • Bernie's Back and Trump May Be Fine With It
    Feb 20,2019 11:51 am by Bloomberg
    China Democrats Minister Theresa Pampa Sanders
    Deutsche worries | After the 2016 election, top Deutsche Bank executives were so concerned the Trump Organization might default on about $340 million of loans that they discussed extending repayment dates until after a possible second term ended,...
  • Lloyds Bank brushes off Brexit fears with £4 billion investor payout
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    Feb 20,2019 11:23 am by Reuters
    Britain HSBC Lloyds Banking Group average bad loans
    Horta - Osorio’s total pay package for the year slipped to 6.3 million pounds from 6.4 million pounds the previous year, but remains significantly higher than his counterparts at RBS and HSBC.The bank’s shares remain at a similar level to when he...
  • Brighton Conservative Party House Jeremy Corbyn Remainer Stephen Hammond
    Mr Corbyn replied that the prime minister " doesn't seem very interested " in listening to companies saying that the UK needed to be in a customs union with the EU.Mrs May said car manufacturers had voiced their support for her deal - and urged the...
  • Chairman Dow Jones Indices Index Committee USA York
    Jointly developed by S &P Dow Jones Indices LLC and Experian, the S &P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices are published on the third Tuesday of each month at 9: 00 am ET.They are constructed to track the default experience of consumer...
  • China Craig Erlam European Central Bank Japan OANDA
    LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks hit a four - month high on Wednesday on hopes of progress in trade talks between the United States and China, with a dovish backdrop at major central banks also helping push markets back into the black.
  • Amsterdam Brexit Canary Wharf Group European Union London
    In his 95-page ruling, the judge said the EMA had signed up to the lease under English law and could not escape its obligations just because it was an agency of the EU."It would seem a remarkable development for a contract involving an agency of...
  • Abhinav Ramnarayan Banks Jim Reid Bloomberg Brent Brexit
    The yuan rose as much as 0.6 percent against the dollar, its biggest intra - day gain in more than a month, after Bloomberg reported on Tuesday that the United States was seeking to secure a pledge from China that it will not devalue the currency...
  • U.S. Futures Drift as Europe, Asia Stocks Advance: Markets Wrap
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    Feb 20,2019 09:34 am by Bloomberg
    Africa Asia China Country World Index ECB Mario
    The MSCI Emerging Markets Currency Index jumped 0.4 percent to the highest in two weeks on the biggest increase in almost three weeks.
  • U.S.-China trade hopes extend equity surge; central banks supportive
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    Feb 20,2019 09:22 am by Reuters
    Asia China DOVISH CENTRAL BANKS European Central Bank Japan
    While hopes for a trade deal between the world’s two largest economies are seen as the primary driver for world stocks, dovish central bank messages are also playing a part.
  • DealBook Briefing: The Big Problems Facing the Trade Talks
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    Feb 20,2019 08:37 am by The New York Times
    Beijing Bloomberg CNBC California China
    As White House officials discussed how to explain the departure of Mr. Flynn, Mr. Trump’s first national security adviser, amid an F.B.I. investigation, the president asked Sean Spicer, then the press secretary, to say he had requested Mr. Flynn’s...
  • Allen Linklaters LLP London Netherlands Sweden
    Paris published legislation in the form of a decree that, among other things, is meant to make it easier to transfer existing financial contracts from the U.K. Industry representatives and lawyers note that this approach appears to be more...
  • CBD Ebner Manitoba Harvest Montreal Vancouver
    Halifax judge appoints two law firms to represent Quadriga creditors owed $15-million: A Halifax judge has appointed Miller Thomson LLP and Cox &Palmer to represent users in the restructuring of QuadrigaCX, a Canadian cryptocurrency exchange that...
  • Bernie's Back and Trump May Be Fine With It
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    Feb 20,2019 07:49 am by Bloomberg
    China Democrats Minister Theresa Pampa Sanders
    Deutsche worries | After the 2016 election, top Deutsche Bank executives were so concerned the Trump Organization might default on about $340 million of loans that they discussed extending repayment dates until after a possible second term ended,...
  • BAE Systems Plc Department EUs Industrial Strategy atomic materials
    The U.K. also warned this week that new restrictions could be imposed on shipments of spent nuclear fuel and other radioactive waste under a no - deal scenario.
  • HSBC annual profits average bad loans biggest mortgage lender
    Bank set aside £750m in 2018 for further PPI claims, taking total provision pot to £19.4bn.
  • Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day
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    Feb 20,2019 06:55 am by Bloomberg
    Brussels China Minister Theresa Stoxx Index balance sheet
    The request may backfire: A more managed yuan would reverse China’s longer - term policy of allowing market forces to set the level of the currency.
  • Brexit Jobs Boom Has a Flip Side That's Holding the Economy Back
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    Feb 20,2019 06:46 am by Bloomberg
    Group Singapore bad news bank bar
    A preference for labor over capital has been a trend in the U.K. since the financial crisis, and Bank of England policy maker Gertjan Vlieghe highlighted the problem in a speech last week. ...
  • Bloomberg
    Feb 20,2019 06:44 am by Bloomberg
    Brussels China Deutsche Bank ECB Fed
    The good news is that it shows expectations for global monetary policy are stable, pushing cross - asset volatility to bullish lows.
  • Lloyds Pushes Ahead With $2.3 Billion Buyback Amid U.K. Turmoil
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    Feb 20,2019 06:26 am by Bloomberg
    Bloomberg Europe Banks Financial Services Index chaotic brexit close compensation program
    Lloyds is aiming for costs of about 40 percent of its earnings, which would make it one of the most efficient European banks.
  • Brexiteers Lloyds London PPI bad debts
    If Lloyds can roughly halve the one - off nasties to 1.4 billion pounds, plus lower operating expenses by another 200 million pounds to around 8 billion pounds, Horta - Osorio can just about hit his 14 percent minimum return target, according to a...
  • ‘It wouldn’t take too much to tip the economy over’: 13 (or more) signs of woe
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    Feb 20,2019 05:53 am by The Globe and Mail
    Bank Brexit China Europe Germany
    ".12 (a): Canada is suffering "a 14-year record of hum - drum export performance … a shortcoming that we’ve overcome by driving growth in consumer spending and housing," CIBC’s Mr. Mendes and chief economist Avery Shenfeld said in a report...
  • Asda Ashley BBC Radio Booker Brexit
    Mike Coupe, chief executive of Sainsbury ' s, told BBC Radio 4's Today Programme that he knew there were competition risks involved in the tie - up with Asda.
  • Dollar struggles before Fed minutes; yuan hits 3-week high
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    Feb 20,2019 05:30 am by Reuters
    Beijing China Fed Treasury United States
    LONDON (Reuters) - China’s yuan rose on Wednesday after the United States pressed Beijing to prevent a sharp weakening of its currency as part of any trade deal, while the dollar paused as traders positioned ahead of the release of Federal Reserve...
  • Fed Minutes to Shed Light on Biggest Policy Reversal in Years
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    Feb 20,2019 05:00 am by Bloomberg
    Europe Federal Reserve Jerome Powell Washington York
    Officials issued a separate statement last month committing to an operational strategy of abundant bank reserves, which means a bigger balance sheet than would otherwise the case.
  • Lloyds Bank brushes off Brexit fears with bumper dividend, buyback plan
    1 more article like this
    Feb 20,2019 04:49 am by Reuters
    Antnio Horta Osrio Brexit European Union GDP HSBC
    Despite Lloyds’ bullish tone on the economy, impairments for the year increased by 18 percent to 937 million pounds but it did not make a provision for a potential hit from Brexit, unlike its rivals HSBC and Royal Bank of Scotland.
  • Asia China Country World Index ECB Mario Europe Index
    The MSCI Emerging Markets Currency Index jumped 0.4 percent to the highest in two weeks on the biggest increase in almost three weeks.
  • Air France Asia Beijing Brexit China
    There’s little doubt world markets are now assuming there will be some form of trade deal between Washington and Beijing this month, or at the very least an agreement to keep talking to avert tariff increases on March 1.
  • Brussels Edition: How Significant Is Significant?
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    Feb 20,2019 02:13 am by Bloomberg
    EUs Estonia Germany Prime Minister Theresa Russia
    With Brexit just weeks away, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is keen to extract some concessions, and her meeting with European Commission President Jean - Claude Juncker this evening could be a crucial step.
  • Brexit Fears Drive EU Nations to Seek Reprieve for London Banks
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    Feb 20,2019 01:19 am by Bloomberg
    Allen Linklaters LLP London Netherlands Sweden
    Countries including Germany, the Netherlands, France, Italy and Sweden are readying national legislation that would help bankers continue to service the 18 trillion pounds ($23.4 trillion) of derivatives contracts that could be disrupted if the...
  • HSBC’s Profit Misses Analysts’ Expectations
    Feb 20,2019 01:03 am by The Wall Street Journal
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    Feb 20,2019 01:03 am by The Wall Street Journal
    Alibaba China Congo Gerald Cotten Trump
    Higher sales of medical devices used in the treatment of brain and kidney diseases helped Medtronic offset a slowdown in sales of gear for heart conditions in its latest quarter.
  • HSBC 2018 Earnings Show Costs Need to Shrink
    Feb 19,2019 10:46 pm by Bloomberg
    Brexit Flint Hong Kong acronym hsbc adjusted pretax profit
    Revenue from Hong Kong made up a bigger part of HSBC's business last year, rising to 31 percent from 28 percent in 2017.
  • FOREX-Dollar sags on lower U.S. yields, Fed minutes in focus
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    Feb 19,2019 10:25 pm by Reuters
    Bank China Daiwa Securities Sterling TOKYO
    The dollar was steady at 110.61 yen, unable to remain near a high of 110.825 touched the previous day after Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the central bank was ready to ramp up stimulus if sharp yen rises hurt the economy. ...
  • Dollar struggles ahead of Fed minutes, but gains on the yen
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    Feb 19,2019 10:16 pm by Reuters
    China TOKYO Treasury United States bank dovishness
    TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar was capped against its peers on Wednesday on falling U.S. yields and before the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting minutes, though it managed to gain on the yen as stronger investor risk appetite curbed demand for the...
  • HSBC’s Profit Misses Analysts’ Expectations
    Feb 19,2019 07:39 pm by The Wall Street Journal
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  • China Greater Bay Area Guangdong Hong Kong Macao
    The development of the Greater Bay Area would also offer more opportunities when the area becomes a focal point for trial schemes, including promoting the rapid development of wealth management services, according to a report issued by global...
  • HSBC warns on China, UK slowdowns as 2018 profit disappoints
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    Feb 19,2019 06:01 pm by Reuters
    Asia China Flint HSBC Reuters
    At the end of his first year in charge, Chief Executive John Flint said HSBC may have to delay investment plans in order to avoid missing a key target known as ‘positive jaws’ - which tracks whether the bank is growing revenues faster than costs -...
  • America Amsterdam Barclays Brexit Britain
    Here’s a look at companies and organizations that have announced in recent months they would shift operations out of Britain or cut jobs or business in the country.
  • Gold hits 10-month peak on growth worries; dollar dips
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    Feb 19,2019 05:50 pm by Reuters
    China MSCIs Nasdaq Composite United States bank
    Gold prices surged to a near 10-month high driven by concerns over slowing global growth as dovish signals from Japan and Europe’s central banks followed weak data from the United States and China.
  • Barclays Brexit FILE PHOTO Reuters Scotland
    LONDON (Reuters) - Barclays will host more than 100 clinics for small business customers in March to help them to prepare for Britain’s exit from the European Union at the end of that month, the bank said on Tuesday.
  • Dollar falls on U.S.-China trade hopes, Swedish crown tumbles
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    Feb 19,2019 05:00 pm by Reuters
    China Dan Grebler Day European Central Bank Swedens
    Among other major currencies, the Swedish crown tumbled after weak inflation data spurred sales of the currency and a paring of bets that interest rates would rise this year.