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NEW YORK: Oil prices rose and stocks rallied worldwide on Thursday after China said it had agreed with the United States to cancel tariffs in phases, a key consideration in reaching a deal to end a trade war that has crimped economic growth and roiled markets.
TOKYO: The dollar held the upper hand against its rivals on Wednesday, particularly versus traditional safe-haven currencies, on rising hopes for a U.S.-China trade deal and a string of solid U.S. economic data
NEW YORK: The U.S. dollar and crude prices rose on Tuesday, spurred by optimism that a U.S.-China trade deal may be near, but a rally in global equity markets paused after China pressed U.S. President Donald Trump to remove recently imposed tariffs.
ZURICH: Swiss National Bank President Thomas Jordan reiterated that he sees further room to cut interest rates and warned that the franc would rise quickly if the central bank abandoned its negative rates and stopped interventions in foreign exchange markets, according to an interview with NZZ am Sonntag published on Sunday.
ZURICH: Nestle SA plans to return as much as US$20bil to shareholders by 2022 and indicated an appetite for acquisitions to help Chief Executive Officer Mark Schneider sustain faster growth and better profit margins.
ZURICH: Nestle SA plans to return as much as $20 billion to shareholders by 2022 and indicated an appetite for acquisitions to help Chief Executive Officer Mark Schneider sustain faster growth and better profit margins.
SINGAPORE: Worries about a slowing U.S. economy and the possibility of further interest rate cuts in the wake of weak U.S. manufacturing data kept the dollar pinned down on Wednesday, as investors sought safety elsewhere
ZURICH: Sunrise Communications Group AG cut the size of a rights issue to pay for its 6.3 billion franc (US$6.4 billion) takeover of UPC Switzerland LLC in an effort to save a deal that’s been rejected by its biggest shareholder.
NEGATIVE interest rates (NIRs) flies in the face of conventional wisdom (CW) about how financial markets should behave.