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- Bloomberg Markets - Beril Akman
Turkey’s central bank said on Wednesday that it agreed with Saudi Arabia to terminate a $5 billion deposit transaction made with the kingdom last year.
- Bloomberg Markets
Deutsche Bank AG Chief Financial Officer James von Moltke discusses second-quarter earnings, the lender’s buyback plans and the European Central Bank. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Oliver Crook in Frankfurt.
- Bloomberg Markets - Sing Yee Ong, Cindy Wang, Manolo Serapio Jr
Typhoon Gaemi claimed the lives of at least four people and forced the evacuation of hundreds of thousands in the Philippines, where parts of the capital Manila are flooded, even as the storm moves toward Taiwan.
- Bloomberg Markets - John Liu, April Ma
Chinese stocks declined at a pace unseen since the rout earlier this year, reigniting fears that the market is again headed for a freefall despite policy buffers put in place.
- Bloomberg Markets - Charles Daly
The Swedish pension fund embroiled in last year’s US banking crisis runs the risk of possible sanctions over the investment missteps that led to $3.2 billion in losses and writedowns.
- Bloomberg Markets
Horizons Middle East & Africa is your daily spotlight on one of the world's fastest-growing regions. Live from Dubai, we bring you the latest global markets and analysis, plus news-making interviews, with a special focus on MEA. All that and more, as you head to the office in the Gulf, pause for lunch in Hong Kong, or start your day in London or Johannesburg. (Source: Bloomberg)
- Bloomberg Markets - Matthew Burgess
New Zealand’s key yield curve ended inversion as the nation’s central bank edged closer to cutting interest rates.
- Bloomberg Markets - Arun Devnath
Bangladesh relaxed a nationwide curfew after deadly protests last week, allowing the key garment export sector and banks to reopen as the government tries to get the economy back on track and stem the declines in foreign exchange reserves.
- Bloomberg Markets - Kate Duffy
EasyJet Plc said airline ticket prices are holding up during the crucial summer period, providing a contrasting outlook to discount rival Ryanair Holdings Plc, which warned this week of a notable decline in airfares.
- Bloomberg Markets - Jenny Seung Min Lee
South Korea will raise the cap on meal expenses for public officials for the first time in eight years to better reflect the recent inflationary pressures, the anti-graft agency said Tuesday.
- Bloomberg Markets - Arno Schuetze, Oliver Crook, Nicholas Comfort
Deutsche Bank AG said it will most likely refrain from conducting a second share buyback this year, after suffering its first quarterly loss in four years.
- Bloomberg Markets - Frank Connelly
Remy Cointreau SA sales slumped in the first quarter of its fiscal year as the Cognac maker suffered from falling demand in the US and tougher markets in Southeast Asia.
- Bloomberg Markets - Jorge Zuloaga
Banco Santander SA raised its target for revenue growth this year and said it would continue to focus on controlling costs after posting a record profit in the second quarter.
- Bloomberg Markets - Masaki Kondo
The yen rallied through key levels against the greenback on Wednesday, leading an unwind in global carry trades that pushed down currencies ranging from the Mexican peso to the Australian and New Zealand dollars.
- Bloomberg Markets - Farah Elbahrawy
European stocks declined as investors tackled a rush of earnings and weighed the impact of results from US technology megacaps.
- Bloomberg Markets - Matthew Hill, Taonga Mitimingi
Vedanta Resources Ltd., the mining company that billionaire Anil Agarwal founded, is looking for business partners to boost output at the Zambian copper assets it’s regaining control of after years of legal battles.
- Bloomberg Markets - Alexander Weber
Germany’s private sector unexpectedly contracted in July as country’s manufacturing malaise worsened — undermining hopes that growth will pick up in the second half of the year.
- Bloomberg Markets - Aya Wagatsuma, Alexander Nicholson
Stocks slumped on lackluster results from Tesla Inc., LVMH and Deutsche Bank AG, fueling concern about the health of global business as the reporting season kicks into overdrive. Nasdaq 100 index futures sank almost 1% in early trading.
- Bloomberg Markets - Preeti Soni
India’s government needs to revive its asset monetization program to create revenue streams beyond taxes, which can help fund spending while keeping it on a fiscally prudent path, according to a top economist.
- Bloomberg Markets - Alexandre Rajbhandari
BNP Paribas SA’s equities traders for the first time ever made more money than their fixed-income colleagues, highlighting the unit’s growth over the past several years.
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