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British PM May could meet Russia's Putin at G20: The Times

British PM May could meet Russia's Putin at G20: The TimesPrime Minister Theresa May is considering a face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at this month's G20 summit in Japan in an effort to begin a thaw in relations before a new British leader comes to power, The Times newspaper reported. Britain's relations with Russia fell to a post-Cold War low after the poisoning of Sergei Skripal, a former colonel in Russian military intelligence, and his daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury in March 2018 with the Novichok nerve agent. May blamed Russia which denied any involvement.



06/17/2019 - 02:20 AM

 

Do Institutions Own Kanoria Chemicals & Industries Limited (NSE:KANORICHEM) Shares?

Do Institutions Own Kanoria Chemicals & Industries Limited (NSE:KANORICHEM) Shares?The big shareholder groups in Kanoria Chemicals & Industries Limited (NSE:KANORICHEM) have power over the company...



06/17/2019 - 02:17 AM

 

What Kind Of Shareholder Owns Most Altran Technologies S.A. (EPA:ALT) Stock?

What Kind Of Shareholder Owns Most Altran Technologies S.A. (EPA:ALT) Stock?If you want to know who really controls Altran Technologies S.A. (EPA:ALT), then you'll have to look at the makeup of...



06/17/2019 - 02:17 AM

 

Exclusive: Banks face new challenges in Italian diamond scandal

Exclusive: Banks face new challenges in Italian diamond scandalA long-running criminal probe into diamond sales by Italian banks has uncovered what prosecutors say is further evidence of corruption by officials at UniCredit, Italy’s largest lender, and smaller rival Banco BPM. The allegations, some previously unreported, are laid out in documents used by prosecutors when they sought a magistrate's order seizing assets from the banks and two diamond brokers. The allegations relate to suspected crimes and do not necessarily mean that prosecutors will charge the companies and their employees when their investigation, which has been running since 2016, is concluded.



06/17/2019 - 02:14 AM

 

Bitcoin futures volume was about a third of the spot volume in May

Bitcoin futures volume was about a third of the spot volume in MayBitcoin futures volumes have surged to record highs of $12 billion in May, a growth of 118% from April. JPMorgan estimated that after discounting the faked volume, the real spot Bitcoin volume on cryptocurrency exchanges was around $36 billion in May, meaning that the futures share of spot volumes was about 33%.The post Bitcoin futures volume was about a third of the spot volume in May appeared first on The Block.



06/17/2019 - 02:13 AM

 

Lufthansa lowers 2019 profit forecast, cites price competition

Lufthansa lowers 2019 profit forecast, cites price competitionGerman airline Lufthansa on Sunday lowered its profit outlook for the full year 2019, citing intense competition from low-cost rivals over prices in Europe. The group's adjusted earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) margin was forecast at between 5.5% and 6.5%, down from 6.5% to 8% previously, Lufthansa said in a statement. This would entail a pretax EBIT of between 2 billion euros and 2.4 billion euros ($2.24 billion-$2.69 billion), compared with the previously targeted 2.4 billion euros to 3 billion euros, it said.



06/17/2019 - 02:07 AM

 

Exclusive: Banks face new challenges in Italian diamond scandal

Exclusive: Banks face new challenges in Italian diamond scandalA long-running criminal probe into diamond sales by Italian banks has uncovered what prosecutors say is further evidence of corruption by officials at UniCredit, Italy’s largest lender, and smaller rival Banco BPM. The allegations, some previously unreported, are laid out in documents used by prosecutors when they sought a magistrate's order seizing assets from the banks and two diamond brokers. The allegations relate to suspected crimes and do not necessarily mean that prosecutors will charge the companies and their employees when their investigation, which has been running since 2016, is concluded.



06/17/2019 - 02:06 AM

 

Exclusive: Banks face new challenges in Italian diamond scandal

Exclusive: Banks face new challenges in Italian diamond scandalA long-running criminal probe into diamond sales by Italian banks has uncovered what prosecutors say is further evidence of corruption by officials at UniCredit, Italy’s largest lender, and smaller rival Banco BPM. The allegations, some previously unreported, are laid out in documents used by prosecutors when they sought a magistrate's order seizing assets from the banks and two diamond brokers. The allegations relate to suspected crimes and do not necessarily mean that prosecutors will charge the companies and their employees when their investigation, which has been running since 2016, is concluded.



06/17/2019 - 02:06 AM

 

How Do Analysts See China Chunlai Education Group Co., Ltd. (HKG:1969) Performing In The Next 12 Months?

How Do Analysts See China Chunlai Education Group Co., Ltd. (HKG:1969) Performing In The Next 12 Months?Looking at China Chunlai Education Group Co., Ltd.'s (HKG:1969) earnings update on 28 February 2019, analysts seem...



06/17/2019 - 02:05 AM

 

How Do Schweiter Technologies AG’s (VTX:SWTQ) Returns Compare To Its Industry?

How Do Schweiter Technologies AG’s (VTX:SWTQ) Returns Compare To Its Industry?Today we are going to look at Schweiter Technologies AG (VTX:SWTQ) to see whether it might be an attractive investment...



06/17/2019 - 02:04 AM

 

Does Honda Siel Power Products Limited's (NSE:HONDAPOWER) CEO Pay Compare Well With Peers?

Does Honda Siel Power Products Limited's (NSE:HONDAPOWER) CEO Pay Compare Well With Peers?Yoshifumi Iida has been the CEO of Honda Siel Power Products Limited (NSE:HONDAPOWER) since 2015. This analysis aims...



06/17/2019 - 02:01 AM

 

Boeing's embattled chief faces tough crowd at Paris Air Show

Boeing's embattled chief faces tough crowd at Paris Air ShowBoeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg will have his work cut out for him at the Paris Air Show this week as he tries to reassure airlines and industry partners over the fate of its flagship 737 MAX plane, indefinitely grounded after two fatal crashes.



06/17/2019 - 02:00 AM

 

Profit over safety? Boeing under fire over 737 Max crashes as families demand answers

Profit over safety? Boeing under fire over 737 Max crashes as families demand answersRelatives are demanding clarity and believe they should be consulted on when or if the 737 Max flies again Nadia Milleron, the mother of 24-year-old crash victim Samya Stumo, has filed a 50-page negligence lawsuit against Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines and Rosemount Aerospace. Photograph: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images On 10 March, 24-year-old Samya Stumo was on her way to start a healthcare job in Kenya when, along with 156 other passengers on an Ethiopian Airlines-operated Boeing 737 Max 8, she died as the plane took a high-speed dive into countryside outside Addis Ababa. Now her parents, Michael Stumo and Nadia Milleron, together with her great-uncle Ralph Nader, have become the most vocal relatives to demand a say on when or if the fastest-selling plane in Boeing’s history should fly again. For four months since the tragedy, Stumo and Milleron say they have been thwarted in their quest for clarity from Boeing, the company’s political representatives in Washington and regulators at the Federal Aviation Administration. The couple recently filed a 50-page negligence lawsuit against Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines and Rosemount Aerospace, the makers of the sensor that informed the Max’s controversial MCAS anti-stall system at the center of investigations into the Ethiopian tragedy and the Lion Air Max crash last October. “We just don’t want there to be a third crash,” Michael Stumo told the Guardian. “Nothing was done after the first Lion Air crash. Something has to be done now after the second.” The drip of information about the rush development of the Max 8, the shortcomings and ferocity of its anti-stall technology, and the degree to which regulators permitted Boeing to certify the plane and its systems, have left Samya Stumo’s parents with little reason for confidence. “We have a fear that the un-grounding process is being rushed and improperly influenced by a concern for Boeing’s profits more than for safety,” Stumo said. In previous air crashes, families have had months to grieve before engaging in the process of investigation and public hearings. In this case, there was no time wasted. FAA officials have indicated the Max 8 could be back in service by the end of the year, though officially airlines have been told to keep the plane off their schedules only until 3 September. “We felt only economic interests were being represented. So we felt an obligation to get involved quicker than we might want to,” Stumo said. While the family is leaving the technical negligence arguments about the plane and its software systems to their lawyers, their narrative is straightforward. “The MCAS software grabbed control of the plane, overpowered the pilots and ran this plane into the ground at 500 or 600mph,” Stumo said. In the days and months after the crash, the victims’ families communicated through WhatsApp groups. The single largest nationality of passengers lost in the Ethiopian crash was Kenyan, accounting for 47 passengers. There are currently 43 cases from the crash filed in Illinois district court, including on behalf of 10 Canadian victims, three generations of the Manant Vaidya family and the wife and three children of Kenyan Paul Njoroge. Rwandan relatives at the scene where the Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max crashed, near Bishoftu, south-east of Addis Ababa. Photograph: Mulugeta Ayene/AP Nadia Milleron said the couple are trying to help families from abroad through the US legal system. “After the Indonesian crash, there was no opportunity for victims’ families to stand up and say anything, so there was a second crash. We feel we have to do this.” As other air crashes have shown, the greater the ability of victims’ families to work together the better the outcome. But Stumo said reliving the experience in the media or in testimony is distressing. “It takes something out of us each time we do it, but we want a return to a safety-first culture in American aviation.” The couple recalled their hurried trip to Ethiopia in the hope Samya might have survived or that she or her effects might be recoverable. But the plane and its passengers were obliterated on impact. As lawsuits begin to wind their way through the court system, a key question for the families – and future passengers – is when and if the 737 should be recertified by US regulators. Boeing faces an estimated $1.4bn bill for canceled flights and airlines’ lost profits if the Max is still grounded by the end of September. It has cut its production rate for the model by 10 planes a month to 42. Earlier this week, Ali Bahrami, the FAA administrator for aviation safety, said the agency was “under a lot of pressure” and that the plane should be back in the air by December, echoing comments by Boeing’s chief executive, Dennis Muilenburg. But the FAA is not the only regulator involved. The European Aviation Safety Agency is examining Boeing’s changes to the plane’s flight-control system – a process that will not conclude until the end of July at the earliest. “We don’t have confidence the FAA has not been captured by Boeing,” said Stumo. He believes the agency was unduly lax in allowing Boeing to include the MCAS system in the first place. If or when the 737 Max is approved for service, airlines may face difficulties convincing passengers of its safety. A study by US-based Global Business Travel Association for the Financial Times found more than 80% of business travel managers expressed concern about flying on the jet and two-thirds thought their employees might change travel plans to avoid flying on it. American Airlines said last week it would ask airline executives to fly on the plane first to help build public confidence, reported Bloomberg. On the eve of the Paris Air Show on Sunday, Muilenburg said he was “disappointed” that Boeing had not “crisply” relayed information in 2017 about changes in a cockpit alert system designed to warn pilots of a fault in the MCAS system.Muilenburg said that the company “was very confident in the design solution that we have come up with”. Boeing, he added, had work to do “to re-earn the public’s trust”. Victims’ families are also highly attuned to efforts to shift blame to the pilots for the crash. Last month, the Missouri Republican Sam Graves cited pilot error as a factor in the crash – which was rejected by Ethiopian Airlines. Boeing’s Muilenburg also implicated “foreign” pilots in the crashes and denied flaws in the 737 Max. “It doesn’t give us confidence,” said Stumo. “You don’t blame the pilots that the plane overpowered, and you can’t just have the pilots as the last piece of redundancy before a crash.” An Ethiopian Airlines representative said any effort “to divert public attention from the flight control system problem of the airplane is a futile exercise because it is not based on factually correct analysis”. Nader, Milleron’s mother’s brother, has come out against the jet ever returning to service. He says placing larger engines on an airframe designed in the 1960s represents a basic design flaw. The 737 Max “must never fly again”, Nader said at an aviation safety event in Washington earlier this month. “It’s not a matter of software. It’s a matter of structural design defect: the plane’s engines are too much for the traditional fuselage.” But arguing for permanent grounding risks cutting victims’ families out of the safety process, an outcome Stumo and his wife are reluctant to consider because it could exclude them from the deliberative process of reapproval. Instead, they maintain, instead of being guided by financial interests, Boeing needs to go back to being a premier, safety-at-all-costs, manufacturer. If that requires a change of leadership, so be it, said Stumo. “Boeing needs to come clean. It needs to say: something went wrong with this plane. It grabbed control multiple times and tried to run it into the ground. It overpowered the pilots, and we need to figure out how this will not happen again.”



06/17/2019 - 02:00 AM

 

This Cult Videogame Is Facing Down Copycats in China

This Cult Videogame Is Facing Down Copycats in ChinaNow, WeMade Co.’s long-time videogame hit is at the center of a string of legal battles that could serve as a rallying cry for foreign companies harboring grievances against Chinese rivals. Over the last three years, the South Korean studio’s chief executive officer, Henry Chang, has filed about 65 lawsuits in China, Singapore and South Korea against Chinese gaming studios, attempting to block what he alleges are unlicensed versions of his two-decade-old title. In May, a Singapore-based arbitration court required a unit of China’s Kingnet Network Co. to pay WeMade 468 million yuan ($68 million) in royalties.



06/17/2019 - 02:00 AM

 

Does Elisa Oyj (HEL:ELISA) Have A Good P/E Ratio?

Does Elisa Oyj (HEL:ELISA) Have A Good P/E Ratio?The goal of this article is to teach you how to use price to earnings ratios (P/E ratios). We'll look at Elisa Oyj's...



06/17/2019 - 01:55 AM

 

Does China New Higher Education Group Limited (HKG:2001) Have A Place In Your Dividend Portfolio?

Does China New Higher Education Group Limited (HKG:2001) Have A Place In Your Dividend Portfolio?Dividend paying stocks like China New Higher Education Group Limited (HKG:2001) tend to be popular with investors, and...



06/17/2019 - 01:53 AM

 

What Should You Know About Sioen Industries NV's (EBR:SIOE) Earnings Trajectory?

What Should You Know About Sioen Industries NV's (EBR:SIOE) Earnings Trajectory?Sioen Industries NV's (EBR:SIOE) most recent earnings announcement in December 2018 revealed that the business...



06/17/2019 - 01:51 AM

 

Hong Kong police clear streets as protesters move to park

Hong Kong police clear streets as protesters move to parkProtesters in Hong Kong left the streets, averting possible clashes Monday after haggling for hours with police by moving to areas near the city's government headquarters. The demonstrators who stayed after a massive protest march the day before, demanding that Chief Executive Carrie Lam abandon a proposed extradition bill, were seen streaming Monday morning into a space outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council after police who had cleared it reopened the area. The activists have rejected an apology from Lam for her handling of the legislation, which has stoked fears of expanding control from Beijing in this former British colony.



06/17/2019 - 01:51 AM

 

Alibaba proposes one-to-eight stock split ahead of up to $20 billion HK listing

Alibaba proposes one-to-eight stock split ahead of up to $20 billion HK listingChina's Alibaba Group Holding has proposed a one-to-eight stock split ahead of a listing in Hong Kong later this year that is expected to raise up to $20 billion. The split, to be presented to shareholders for a vote at an annual general meeting in Hong Kong on July 15, will increase flexibility in the firm's capital raising activities, including the issuance of new shares, the e-commerce giant said. Alibaba has filed confidentially for a Hong Kong listing, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters earlier this month.



06/17/2019 - 01:46 AM

 

The Global Vectra Helicorp (NSE:GLOBALVECT) Share Price Has Gained 111%, So Why Not Pay It Some Attention?

The Global Vectra Helicorp (NSE:GLOBALVECT) Share Price Has Gained 111%, So Why Not Pay It Some Attention?While Global Vectra Helicorp Limited (NSE:GLOBALVECT) shareholders are probably generally happy, the stock hasn't had...



06/17/2019 - 01:46 AM

 

Trump Rattles Emerging Markets With Threat of China Tariffs

Trump Rattles Emerging Markets With Threat of China Tariffs(Bloomberg) -- Emerging-market currencies halted a three-week advance last week on heightened tensions in the Persian Gulf and doubts about a trade deal after President Donald Trump threatened to raise tariffs on China again. Stocks moved in the opposite direction, extending gains for a third week amid bets of easing monetary policy in both developed and emerging economies in response to lower-than-expected growth.



06/17/2019 - 01:45 AM

 

What To Know Before Buying Deutsche Lufthansa AG (FRA:LHA) For Its Dividend

What To Know Before Buying Deutsche Lufthansa AG (FRA:LHA) For Its DividendToday we'll take a closer look at Deutsche Lufthansa AG (FRA:LHA) from a dividend investor's perspective. Owning a...



06/17/2019 - 01:42 AM

 

Should You Be Adding DCM Shriram (NSE:DCMSHRIRAM) To Your Watchlist Today?

Should You Be Adding DCM Shriram (NSE:DCMSHRIRAM) To Your Watchlist Today?For beginners, it can seem like a good idea (and an exciting prospect) to buy a company that tells a good story to...



06/17/2019 - 01:41 AM

 

Three Things You Should Check Before Buying AAC Technologies Holdings Inc. (HKG:2018) For Its Dividend

Three Things You Should Check Before Buying AAC Technologies Holdings Inc. (HKG:2018) For Its DividendCould AAC Technologies Holdings Inc. (HKG:2018) be an attractive dividend share to own for the long haul? Investors...



06/17/2019 - 01:37 AM

 

Read This Before Judging Cobham plc's (LON:COB) ROE

Read This Before Judging Cobham plc's (LON:COB) ROEMany investors are still learning about the various metrics that can be useful when analysing a stock. This article is...



06/17/2019 - 01:36 AM

 

Trade War Has Intel Reviewing Global Supply Chain, CEO Says

Trade War Has Intel Reviewing Global Supply Chain, CEO SaysIntel doesn’t believe tariffs are an “effective way to drive global trade,” Swan said on Sunday, and is encouraging the governments to engage in constructive dialogue -- even as the company tries to mitigate the impact of the dispute. “How do we move goods -- sometimes our customers will move their operations -- and how do we work the global supply chain so less product is coming directly from China to the U.S. that would be subject to tariffs?” Swan said in an interview with Bloomberg TV in Tel Aviv.



06/17/2019 - 01:33 AM

 

Can Gandhi Special Tubes Limited (NSE:GANDHITUBE) Maintain Its Strong Returns?

Can Gandhi Special Tubes Limited (NSE:GANDHITUBE) Maintain Its Strong Returns?Many investors are still learning about the various metrics that can be useful when analysing a stock. This article is...



06/17/2019 - 01:33 AM

 

Sensex, Nifty falter as tariffs on U.S. goods stoke trade war fears

Sensex, Nifty falter as tariffs on U.S. goods stoke trade war fearsIndia, the largest importer of U.S. almonds, imposed higher retaliatory tariffs on 28 U.S. products including almonds, apples and walnuts from Sunday. "India putting retaliatory tariffs on U.S. is leading to a fear that it might escalate into a trade war between the two countries," said Siddhartha Khemka, head of retail research at Motilal Oswal Securities.



06/17/2019 - 01:32 AM

 

These Fundamentals Make Churchill China plc (LON:CHH) Truly Worth Looking At

These Fundamentals Make Churchill China plc (LON:CHH) Truly Worth Looking AtI've been keeping an eye on Churchill China plc (LON:CHH) because I'm attracted to its fundamentals. Looking at the...



06/17/2019 - 01:29 AM

 

Should Nanyang Holdings Limited's (HKG:212) Recent Earnings Decline Worry You?

Should Nanyang Holdings Limited's (HKG:212) Recent Earnings Decline Worry You?After reading Nanyang Holdings Limited's (HKG:212) latest earnings update (31 December 2018), I found it beneficial to...



06/17/2019 - 01:29 AM

 

Does Ganges Securities Limited's (NSE:GANGESSEC) P/E Ratio Signal A Buying Opportunity?

Does Ganges Securities Limited's (NSE:GANGESSEC) P/E Ratio Signal A Buying Opportunity?Today, we'll introduce the concept of the P/E ratio for those who are learning about investing. We'll look at Ganges...



06/17/2019 - 01:25 AM

 

Should You Be Adding NIBE Industrier (STO:NIBE B) To Your Watchlist Today?

Should You Be Adding NIBE Industrier (STO:NIBE B) To Your Watchlist Today?For beginners, it can seem like a good idea (and an exciting prospect) to buy a company that tells a good story to...



06/17/2019 - 01:20 AM

 

Bond Bulls Get Cold Feet as India Rally Faces Budget Test

Bond Bulls Get Cold Feet as India Rally Faces Budget TestThe 10-year yield will stay close to current levels at 6.98% by end of June, according to a Bloomberg survey, bringing an end to the slide of about 50 basis points over the past six weeks. Yields have tumbled as the Reserve Bank of India cut interest rates, Prime Minister Narendra Modi won a thumping election victory and slowing global growth spurred a global debt rally. Yields jumped the most in eight months on Feb. 1 when the government announced plans to borrow a record 7.1 trillion rupees ($101.8 billion) in its interim budget.



06/17/2019 - 01:19 AM

 

Google Appoints New Chief to Oversee Tumultuous China Region

Google Appoints New Chief to Oversee Tumultuous China RegionStanley Chen will become managing director of Greater China sales, the company said Monday, taking up a post Scott Beaumont vacated after he was appointed Google’s Asia-Pacific president in March. The incoming executive, who will be based in Shanghai, had been general manager of its Taiwan business for eight years. Google takes in about 15% of its annual revenue from the Asia Pacific even though it pulled its search engine from the world’s No. 2 economy around 2010, citing censorship.



06/17/2019 - 01:16 AM

 

Google Appoints New Chief to Oversee Tumultuous China Region

Google Appoints New Chief to Oversee Tumultuous China RegionStanley Chen will become managing director of Greater China sales, the company said Monday, taking up a post Scott Beaumont vacated after he was appointed Google’s Asia-Pacific president in March. The incoming executive, who will be based in Shanghai, had been general manager of its Taiwan business for eight years. Google takes in about 15% of its annual revenue from the Asia Pacific even though it pulled its search engine from the world’s No. 2 economy around 2010, citing censorship.



06/17/2019 - 01:16 AM

 

Yield Slump Sees Japan Funds Roll Dice on FX Bets, Mexico

Yield Slump Sees Japan Funds Roll Dice on FX Bets, MexicoNot even three months into a new fiscal year, a gauge of global bond yields has slumped to the lowest since 2017 and the yen has strengthened against almost all its major peers. Assumptions made when investment plans were released in April are being rapidly reworked. A shift to longer-maturity bonds, increased appetite for currency risk and greater weighting for overseas corporate credit are all possibilities as expectations the Federal Reserve is poised to cut interest rates pummels the yield available from traditional investments such as Treasuries.



06/17/2019 - 01:16 AM

 

What Does BVZ Holding AG’s (VTX:BVZN) 7.4% ROCE Say About The Business?

What Does BVZ Holding AG’s (VTX:BVZN) 7.4% ROCE Say About The Business?Today we'll evaluate BVZ Holding AG (VTX:BVZN) to determine whether it could have potential as an investment idea...



06/17/2019 - 01:13 AM

 

Did You Manage To Avoid Fraser and Neave's (SGX:F99) 43% Share Price Drop?

Did You Manage To Avoid Fraser and Neave's (SGX:F99) 43% Share Price Drop?The main aim of stock picking is to find the market-beating stocks. But every investor is virtually certain to have...



06/17/2019 - 01:13 AM

 

Why We’re Not Impressed By Jinhui Shipping and Transportation Limited’s (OB:JIN) 0.9% ROCE

Why We’re Not Impressed By Jinhui Shipping and Transportation Limited’s (OB:JIN) 0.9% ROCEToday we'll look at Jinhui Shipping and Transportation Limited (OB:JIN) and reflect on its potential as an investment...



06/17/2019 - 01:10 AM

 

Fed likely to resist pressure to cut U.S. rates this week

Fed likely to resist pressure to cut U.S. rates this weekSAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve, facing fresh demands by President Donald Trump to cut interest rates, is expected to leave borrowing costs unchanged at a policy meeting this week but possibly lay the groundwork for a rate cut later this year. New economic projections that will accompany the U.S. central bank's policy statement on Wednesday will provide the most direct insight yet into how deeply policymakers have been influenced by the U.S.-China trade war, Trump's insistence on lower interest rates, and recent weaker economic data. Analysts expect the "dot plot" of year-end forecasts for the Fed's benchmark overnight lending rate - the federal funds rate - will show a growing number of policymakers are open to cutting rates in the coming months, though nowhere near as aggressively as investors expect or Trump wants.



06/17/2019 - 01:05 AM

 

Fed likely to resist pressure to cut U.S. rates this week

Fed likely to resist pressure to cut U.S. rates this weekSAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve, facing fresh demands by President Donald Trump to cut interest rates, is expected to leave borrowing costs unchanged at a policy meeting this week but possibly lay the groundwork for a rate cut later this year. New economic projections that will accompany the U.S. central bank's policy statement on Wednesday will provide the most direct insight yet into how deeply policymakers have been influenced by the U.S.-China trade war, Trump's insistence on lower interest rates, and recent weaker economic data. Analysts expect the "dot plot" of year-end forecasts for the Fed's benchmark overnight lending rate - the federal funds rate - will show a growing number of policymakers are open to cutting rates in the coming months, though nowhere near as aggressively as investors expect or Trump wants.



06/17/2019 - 01:05 AM

 

Fed likely to resist pressure to cut U.S. rates this week

Fed likely to resist pressure to cut U.S. rates this weekSAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve, facing fresh demands by President Donald Trump to cut interest rates, is expected to leave borrowing costs unchanged at a policy meeting this week but possibly lay the groundwork for a rate cut later this year. New economic projections that will accompany the U.S. central bank's policy statement on Wednesday will provide the most direct insight yet into how deeply policymakers have been influenced by the U.S.-China trade war, Trump's insistence on lower interest rates, and recent weaker economic data. Analysts expect the "dot plot" of year-end forecasts for the Fed's benchmark overnight lending rate - the federal funds rate - will show a growing number of policymakers are open to cutting rates in the coming months, though nowhere near as aggressively as investors expect or Trump wants.



06/17/2019 - 01:05 AM

 

If You Had Bought Damodar Industries (NSE:DAMOINDUS) Stock A Year Ago, You'd Be Sitting On A 40% Loss, Today

If You Had Bought Damodar Industries (NSE:DAMOINDUS) Stock A Year Ago, You'd Be Sitting On A 40% Loss, TodayIt's easy to match the overall market return by buying an index fund. While individual stocks can be big winners...



06/17/2019 - 01:01 AM

 

Does The Convatec Group Plc (LON:CTEC) Share Price Fall With The Market?

Does The Convatec Group Plc (LON:CTEC) Share Price Fall With The Market?If you own shares in Convatec Group Plc (LON:CTEC) then it's worth thinking about how it contributes to the volatility...



06/17/2019 - 01:01 AM

 

ESG Even More Prevalent for Funds Under the Radar

ESG Even More Prevalent for Funds Under the RadarA new survey of ESG adoption rates, from UBS Group AG’s asset management unit and Responsible Investor Research, covers more than 600 asset owners in 46 countries, responsible for more than 19 trillion euros ($21 trillion) of assets. The report splits the universe of respondents into three categories. “Doers” are investors already taking ESG into consideration in their day-to-day allocation strategies.



06/17/2019 - 01:00 AM

 

Erdogan’s Ally Says Turkey Needs ‘New and Fair’ Currency Regime

Erdogan’s Ally Says Turkey Needs ‘New and Fair’ Currency RegimeSpeaking at an event in Istanbul on Saturday, nationalist leader Devlet Bahceli called for a new currency regime that safeguards Turkey’s economic relationships and channels its values, according to a recording published by his party’s official account on Twitter’s live-streaming video app Periscope. Despite a crash in the lira last summer and months of market turmoil that followed, Turkey has stood by its free-floating currency and gave repeated assurances that capital controls aren’t an option.



06/17/2019 - 01:00 AM

 

Hunt for cause of massive South America power outage begins

Hunt for cause of massive South America power outage beginsAs lights turned back on across Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay after a massive blackout that hit tens of millions people, authorities were still largely in the dark about what caused the collapse of the interconnected grid and were tallying the damage from the unforeseen disaster. Argentine President Mauricio Macri promised a thorough investigation into what he called an "unprecedented" outage, one that raised questions about flaws in South America's grid, which connects many of the region's largest countries. Energy officials said the results of the investigation would be available in 10 to 15 days, and they could not immediately provide details on the economic impact of the outage, which came on a Sunday, and a day before a national holiday in Argentina.



06/17/2019 - 12:58 AM

 

AP FACT CHECK: Trump fudges facts on economy, 2020 voting

AP FACT CHECK: Trump fudges facts on economy, 2020 votingAn eye toward his 2020 campaign, President Donald Trump is turning to a familiar playbook of exaggerated boasts about economic performance and overdrawn complaints about a race tilted against him. Trump also claimed over the weekend that he's presided over one of the best U.S. economies ever. In Trump's reckoning, an Iran tamed by him no longer cries "death to America," the border wall with Mexico is proceeding apace, the estate tax has been lifted off the backs of farmers, the remains of U.S. soldiers from North Korea are coming home and China is opening its wallet to the U.S. treasury for the first time in history.



06/17/2019 - 12:57 AM

 

Does Cupid Limited's (NSE:CUPID) P/E Ratio Signal A Buying Opportunity?

Does Cupid Limited's (NSE:CUPID) P/E Ratio Signal A Buying Opportunity?The goal of this article is to teach you how to use price to earnings ratios (P/E ratios). We'll show how you can use...



06/17/2019 - 12:53 AM

 

Tug-of-War Heats Up in Emerging Markets on Rates, Trade Outlook

Tug-of-War Heats Up in Emerging Markets on Rates, Trade OutlookPolicy makers in Indonesia to Brazil will probably shift to a more dovish stance at meetings this week, and the Philippine central bank may cut its key rate again after easing in May. Much of the rationale for the softer turn is the Federal Reserve’s own dovish tilt. The U.S. central bank meets June 18-19, with strategists divided on the prospect of lower rates as trade tensions cloud the global growth outlook.



06/17/2019 - 12:51 AM

 

 

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