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28  mai     04h13
Gold prices dip on profit-taking as rate cut bets ease
   Gold prices slipped on Tuesday with investors booking profits after a recent rally, amid pressure from the reduced probability of Federal Reserve rate cuts, while the market awaited key U.S. inflation data due later this week.Spot gold fell . to , . per ounce by GMT, after rising . ...
    10h38
S&P 500, Nasdaq futures rise as markets await inflation data
   Futures for the S P and the Nasdaq edged higher on Tuesday after a holiday extended weekend, as investors awaited key inflation data later in the week that could test expectations for the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy path.The tech heavy Nasdaq .IXIC and the benchmark S P .SPX ...
    11h29
KKR-SingTel consortium frontrunner to buy 1 bln stake in data centre provider, sources say
   A consortium of U.S. firm KKR KKR.N and Singapore Telecommunications SingTel STEL.SI has emerged as the frontrunner to buy a minority stake worth billion in one of Asia’s biggest data centre providers, two sources with knowledge of the matter said.The potential investment in STT Telemedia...
    11h19
Explainer: What to expect as US moves towards faster stock settlement
   U.S. markets are set for an upheaval on Tuesday when the settlement time for U.S. equities, corporate municipal bonds and other securities will be halved to one day, or T, after the adoption of a new Securities and Exchange Commission rule in February .Here is what to expect:A trade...
    11h11
US tariffs on Chinese medical imports face industry doubt as alternative suppliers emerge
   Higher U.S. tariffs on medical gloves, syringes and face masks from China are unlikely to make U.S. producers more competitive, as other low cost suppliers are expected to rush in to fill the gap, industry executives said.Earlier this month, Washington announced steep tariff hikes on an array of...
    10h17
Wall Street braces for faster trade settlement
   U.S. trading moves to a shorter settlement on Tuesday, which regulators hope will reduce risk and improve efficiency in the world’s largest financial markets, but is expected to temporarily increase transaction failure for investors.To comply with a rule change the U.S. Securities and Exchange...
    08h46
Apple’s iPhone sales in China jump 52% in April, data shows
   Apple’s AAPL.O smartphone shipments in China rose in April from a year ago, extending a rebound seen in March, according to data from a research firm affiliated the Chinese government.The jump follows a weak performance by the U.S. tech giant in the world’s biggest smartphone market earlier...
    10h56
Meme stock GameStop jumps after raising 933 million in share sales
   Meme stock GameStop GME.N soared nearly in premarket trading on Tuesday after the struggling videogame retailer said it had raised over million from selling its shares during the market rally earlier this month.GameStop surged as much as nearly six times its value in the first two weeks...
    10h53
UBS lifts S&P 500’s year-end target to Street high of 5,600
   UBS Global Research raised its year end target for the benchmark S P index to, points on Tuesday, marking the highest forecast among major brokerages.The upgraded target reflects an upside of about . to the index’s last close of, . . It had earlier forecast a target of, .The...
    01h04
Oil steadies as OPEC restraint balances interest rate concerns
   Global oil prices steadied on Tuesday as the prospect of OPEC maintaining oil supply curbs at its June meeting and hopes of strong U.S. summer fuel demand balanced concern about higher for longer U.S. interest rates.On Monday, oil rose over in muted trade owing to public holidays in Britain...
    10h26
Move to faster stock settlement creates unique hurdles for ETF market
   The move to next day settlement for trading in U.S. securities on Tuesday will require exchange traded funds ETFs and the marketmakers to juggle multiple jurisdictional requirements and capital needs, market participants said.U.S. trading moves to a shorter settlement on Tuesday, which regulators...
    10h04
Weight-loss drug forecasts jump to 150 billion as supply grows
   As millions seek access to weight loss drugs from Novo Nordisk NOVOb.CO and Eli Lilly LLY.N , increasing supplies, possible wider usage and a growing number of would be rivals are leading some experts to raise annual global sales forecasts for the treatments to about billion by the early...
    10h14
Senior UK lawmakers want more scrutiny of Shein ahead of possible London listing
   Senior British lawmakers have questioned fast fashion giant Shein’s suitability for a London stock market listing and called for greater scrutiny of the Chinese founded firm.Shein is stepping up preparations for a London listing after its attempt to float in New York faced regulatory hurdles and...
    10h12
Focus: Rating firms cautious ratifying some private credit loans
   Banks and insurers are making more requests to U.S. credit agencies for ratings on their risky loans to private equity funds that are secured against the value of their portfolio investments and cash flows that come from them.So far, the response from the agencies including the top S P SPGI.N ...
    02h24
World shares hold firm, traders await inflation prints
   World shares held near all time highs on Tuesday and U.S. Treasury yields ticked lower as investors awaited inflation data from both sides of the Atlantic due later in the week.Traders were keeping an eye on the shift to a shorter settlement in U.S. trading but there were few major moves in advance...
    10h02
Morning Bid: Post-break Wall Street stays pumped up
   A look at the day ahead in U.S. and global markets from Mike DolanWall Street looks set for a sleepy but positive start to a shortened week after Monday’s Memorial Day break, with the consumer back in focus in May updates later today.S amp;P futures were higher again ahead of Tuesday’s open...
25  mai     23h18
Proxy firm advises shareholders to reject Elon Musk’s 56 billion pay package
   Proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis said on Saturday it has urged Tesla TSLA.O shareholders to reject a billion pay package for Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk, which if passed would be the largest pay package for a CEO in corporate America.The report cited reasons like the excessive size of...
28  mai     06h05
Post-COVID, China is back in Africa and doubling down on minerals
   China’s flagship economic cooperation program is bouncing back after a lull during the global pandemic, with Africa a primary focus, according to a Reuters analysis of lending, investment and trade data.Chinese leaders have been citing the billions of dollars committed to new construction projects...
    05h09
Airfares peaking as travellers in Europe, Asia seek savings
   Airfares in Europe and Asia are starting to plateau or fall in a sign that a prolonged post COVID travel boom is waning, delivering a setback for airlines struggling with higher costs and limited aircraft availability.A global imbalance between supply of flights and pent up demand as air travel...
    08h30
Fed’s Kashkari wants significant progress on inflation before rate cuts
   Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari said in an interview with CNBC broadcast on Tuesday that the U.S. central bank should wait for significant progress on inflation before cutting interest rates. Many more months of positive inflation data, I think, to give me confidence that...
    08h05
Thyssenkrupp materials trading unit head Stillger steps down
   Thyssenkrupp TKAG.DE said on Tuesday Martin Stillger, head of its materials services trading unit, would step down at the end of May, drawing further union criticism over management decisions pushed through despite the opposition of workers.Thyssenkrupp Materials Services accounted for more than...
    00h55
Dollar edges down ahead of data, set for first monthly drop in 2024
   The dollar edged down on Tuesday, but remained in tight ranges against peers, ahead of key inflation data from major economies this week that could inform the global interest rate outlook.The greenback was also on the verge of its first monthly decline in . A backdrop where the Federal Reserve...
    03h02
Sri Lanka holds rates to manage inflation, foster economic stability
   Sri Lanka’s central bank held interest rates steady on Tuesday to ensure inflation pressures remain in check as authorities look to foster economic stability and lift growth following the South Asian nation’s worst financial crisis in decades.The Central Bank of Sri Lanka CBSL kept the Standing...
    07h51
Proxy firm Glass Lewis recommends vote against Toyota chairman
   Proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis has recommended Toyota Motor .T shareholders vote against re electing Chairman Akio Toyoda at the Japanese automaker’s annual general meeting in June, saying the board was not sufficiently independent.Toyoda, the grandson of the company’s founder and previously...
    04h17
Toyota showcases compact engines adaptable to different fuels
   Toyota Motor .T showcased next generation engines on Tuesday that can be used in cars as varied as hybrids and those running on biofuel, as it targets tougher emissions standards and doubles down on its strategy of selling more than just EVs.At a media event with peers Subaru .T and...
    05h48
BOJ’s underlying inflation measures in April all fall below 2%
   The Bank of Japan’s key measurements of underlying inflation in April all fell below its target for the first time since August , data showed on Tuesday, heightening uncertainty on the timing of its next interest rate hike.The weighted median inflation rate, among the three indicators...
    05h02
Fed’s Mester: Fed statements would benefit from some added length
   Federal Reserve policy statements would benefit from somewhat lengthier passages than currently employed to describe assessments of economic developments, how that influences the central bank’s outlook and the risks to that outlook, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said on Tuesday. While...
    04h59
Fed’s Bowman: Would have backed waiting to taper balance sheet run-off
   Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman on Tuesday said she would have supported either waiting to start slowing the run off in the U.S. central bank’s balance sheet or a more moderate tapering process than announced earlier this month.Bowman, in remarks prepared for delivery to a Bank of Japan...
    04h34
Morning Bid: Inflation expectations
   A look at the day ahead in European and global markets from Tom WestbrookThe European Central Bank publishes inflation expectation surveys on Tuesday, which along with policymaker speeches are the highlight of an otherwise quiet calendar.Easing forecasts would reinforce market bets on a rate cut...
    01h38
Japan’s business service prices rise at fastest annual pace since March 2015
   Japanese corporate services prices in April rose at their fastest pace since early , Bank of Japan data showed on Tuesday, boosted by labour costs in the services sector in a positive signal for policymakers looking for wages led cycle of demand growth.The Corporate Services Price Index CSPI ...