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Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, May 3

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, May 3

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Australia to announce US$3.8bil fund for major public transport projects

CANBERRA: The Australian government is expected to announce a A$5bil (US$3.8bil) fund for major public transport projects as part of its federal budget, a spending plan under more scrutiny than usual as it doubles as an unofficial election campaign launch.

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Bleak corporate earnings ahead

PETALING JAYA: There are signs emerging that overall corporate earnings during the current results season will be weaker than last year.

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Mobius adds cash to Brazil saying Rousseff removal not priced in

LONDON: Franklin Templeton is increasing its investments in Brazil, betting the expected ouster of President Dilma Rousseff this month will boost the country’s assets.

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Yen rally gains strength

TOKYO: The yen’s world-beating rally against the dollar looks to be gathering momentum, as central bank inaction on both sides of the Pacific Ocean leaves inflation expectations to drive the exchange rate.

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Wrong-way trades rule US stock market’s recovery

NEW YORK: Here’s what happened during the rebound in equities that added nearly $3 trillion to US share values in 10 weeks: mutual funds hoarded cash, short sellers tightened their grip on bearish bets and individuals bailed out of the market.

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Funds miss out on best gold rally in two months

CHICAGO: Nothing seems to be slowing down the gold market, even when speculators take a step back.

World

Indiana to test Donald Trump’s staying power with evangelicals

INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Donald Trump's success in the race for the White House may well depend on the support of Republican evangelicals suspicious of the front-runner's more liberal side as he discloses his social views.

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Unloved Hollande courts the French anew

PARIS (Reuters) - "Je ne t'aime plus, mon amour" -- "I don't love you any more, my love" -- was the wistful song of a love gone cold which greeted devotees of President Francois Hollande as they arrived at a rally for him last week.

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Five Seattle police injured, nine people arrested after May Day marches

(Reuters) - Five Seattle police officers were injured and at least nine people arrested on Sunday night, after unruly demonstrators hurled projectiles and Molotov cocktails and broke windows, authorities said.