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DUBAI: The US killing of Iran’s most senior military commander reverberated through Middle Eastern markets, sending stocks into retreat and setting the tone for what’s likely to be a volatile week. All the region’s major equity gauges fell on Sunday (Jan 4).
SINGAPORE: Emerging markets are gearing up to ride a risk rally in the final full week of December, with a troika of uncertainties all but lifted from traders’ radars.There’ll be plenty of caution around, though.
NEW YORK: Oil prices and a gauge of global stock markets edged higher on Tuesday, lifted by fresh record highs on Wall Street after U.S. President Donald Trump said the United States and China were close to agreeing on the first phase of a trade deal.
LONDON: Thomas Cook Group Plc’s collapse may prove lucrative for some.
LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's bond yields tumbled on Tuesday amid growing investor expectations that its political crisis could be short-lived, potentially paving the way for a new coalition government and reducing the uncertainty of snap elections.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri said on Wednesday that U.S. sanctions targeting Hezbollah MPs moved in a "new direction" from existing measures, but would not affect government work.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan said Russian S-400 defences would begin arriving within 10 days, Turkish media reported, setting the clock ticking on possible U.S. sanctions after his warm meeting with President Donald Trump on Saturday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - International bonds issued by Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states weakened on Thursday after two tankers were hit in suspected attacks in the Gulf of Oman, a month after a similar incident in which four tankers in the region were struck.
FRANKFURT: Berlin is so worried about the health of Deutsche Bank that it pushed for a merger with rival Commerzbank even though it could open up a huge financial shortfall, a German official told Reuters.