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Capital Markets
Greek yields act as eurozone ‘fear gauge’
Markets are concerned about stalled talks between Athens and its international creditors
... Greek government bond yields are again acting as a eurozone “fear gauge”. ralph.atkins@ft.com ... ... Greek government bond yields are again acting as a eurozone “fear gauge”. ralph.atkins@ft.com ... ... Greek government bond yields are again acting as a eurozone “fear gauge”. ralph.atkins@ft.com ... ... g-term membership is not yet secure. Greek government bond yields are again acting as a eurozone “fear gauge”. ralph.atkins@ft.com ... ... Greek government bond yields are again acting as a eurozone “fear gauge”. ralph.atkins@ft.com ... ... Greek government bond yields are again acting as a eurozone “fear gauge”. ralph.atkins@ft.com ...
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 20:14:39 GMT

US Politics Amp Policy
fear as Ferguson expects more unrest
Locals clear debris in a city confused about what future will hold
... he said. “I thought justice was going to be served, but this community is never going to heal.” ... ... he said. “I thought justice was going to be served, but this community is never going to heal.” ... ... he said. “I thought justice was going to be served, but this community is never going to heal.” ... ... he said. “I thought justice was going to be served, but this community is never going to heal.” ... ... he said. “I thought justice was going to be served, but this community is never going to heal.” ... ... he said. “I thought justice was going to be served, but this community is never going to heal.” ...
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 18:48:24 GMT

China
China fears opposition on climate talks
Warning that resistance could hamper any deal comes ahead of talks in Lima
... scientific,” he said, in a dig at the Chinese bureaucracy’s fondness for hyper-precise numbers. ... ... scientific,” he said, in a dig at the Chinese bureaucracy’s fondness for hyper-precise numbers. ... ... scientific,” he said, in a dig at the Chinese bureaucracy’s fondness for hyper-precise numbers. ... ... Chinese bureaucracy’s fondness for hyper-precise numbers. ... ... scientific,” he said, in a dig at the Chinese bureaucracy’s fondness for hyper-precise numbers. ... ... scientific,” he said, in a dig at the Chinese bureaucracy’s fondness for hyper-precise numbers. ...
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 11:09:23 GMT

Comment
Oil markets: A new chapter for opec?
After enjoying years of stability, the producers’ cartel is facing a prolonged stretch of lower prices
... only in times like this, when they are pushed to the edge, that members come together,” he said. ... ... cs. “[Oil demand] is only going to grow at a slow pace and one that can be met by supply.” Many opec members are not convinced by this argument, saying Asian growth will still drive the market. Co ... ... only in times like this, when they are pushed to the edge, that members come together,” he said. ... ... only in times like this, when they are pushed to the edge, that members come together,” he said. ... ... only in times like this, when they are pushed to the edge, that members come together,” he said. ... ... declines. Current production from these fields stands at 3m b/d. But what is clear is that the US shale revolution has helped to avert the threat of a global energy crisis amid conflict and instabil ...
Sun, 23 Nov 2014 19:08:06 GMT

Commodities
US oil imports from opec at 30-year low
Domestic production stands at 9m b/d, its highest since the 1980s
... chdog, said the world was still dependent on vast Middle Eastern oil reserves to meet future demand. ... ... of the past century. But Bassam Fattouh, director of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, said opec retained a large influence in global markets. “It is difficult to envisage how a high-cost pr ... ... chdog, said the world was still dependent on vast Middle Eastern oil reserves to meet future demand. ... ... chdog, said the world was still dependent on vast Middle Eastern oil reserves to meet future demand. ... ... chdog, said the world was still dependent on vast Middle Eastern oil reserves to meet future demand. ... ... n at nominal levels for decades. Iranian imports are banned under sanctions. Some analysts say the shale boom has threatened the dominance that Saudi Arabia and other Middle East producers have enjoy ...
Sun, 23 Nov 2014 18:18:42 GMT

US Politics Amp Policy
Dallas Fed chief’s inflation fears ease
Rate-setting committee ‘needs bankers with experience’
... same time hopefully bring something to the Federal Open Market Committee discussions,” he says. ... ... same time hopefully bring something to the Federal Open Market Committee discussions,” he says. ... ... same time hopefully bring something to the Federal Open Market Committee discussions,” he says. ... ... same time hopefully bring something to the Federal Open Market Committee discussions,” he says. ... ... same time hopefully bring something to the Federal Open Market Committee discussions,” he says. ... ... same time hopefully bring something to the Federal Open Market Committee discussions,” he says. ...
Sun, 23 Nov 2014 17:53:48 GMT

Commodities
Anglo American behind $100m platinum fund
VC move by miner to increase interest in precious metal as an investment
... ark Cutifani, chief executive, has warned that a sale or spin-off is likely to take until next year. ... ... ark Cutifani, chief executive, has warned that a sale or spin-off is likely to take until next year. ... ... ark Cutifani, chief executive, has warned that a sale or spin-off is likely to take until next year. ... ... ark Cutifani, chief executive, has warned that a sale or spin-off is likely to take until next year. ... ... ark Cutifani, chief executive, has warned that a sale or spin-off is likely to take until next year. ... ... ark Cutifani, chief executive, has warned that a sale or spin-off is likely to take until next year. ...
Sun, 23 Nov 2014 16:29:33 GMT

Energy
shale jubilation fades as oil price falls undercut model
US producers face their most severe test since the boom began
... ucers in the same way. The coming year is set to test how durable the US shale revolution really is. ... ... at $57 a barrel, according to IHS, the research group, while Abdalla El-Badri, secretary-general of opec, has suggested half of US shale production would be knocked out by oil at $85. The decisive fac ... ... ucers in the same way. The coming year is set to test how durable the US shale revolution really is. ... ... ucers in the same way. The coming year is set to test how durable the US shale revolution really is. ... ... ucers in the same way. The coming year is set to test how durable the US shale revolution really is. ... ... ovide a refuge for oil producers in the same way. The coming year is set to test how durable the US shale revolution really is. ...
Sun, 23 Nov 2014 09:28:50 GMT

Capital Markets
Crude slide sparks oil-related debt fears
How exposed are Wall Street bonds and loans that fuelled US shale boom, asks Tracy Alloway
... there will be a major bust like back in the early 80s,” he says. “We do not see that coming.” ... ... there will be a major bust like back in the early 80s,” he says. “We do not see that coming.” ... ... there will be a major bust like back in the early 80s,” he says. “We do not see that coming.” ... ... there will be a major bust like back in the early 80s,” he says. “We do not see that coming.” ... ... there will be a major bust like back in the early 80s,” he says. “We do not see that coming.” ... ... rates and easy money have so far suppressed the number of corporate failures in the US. Just as the shale gas boom has transformed the landscape of West Texas – where, for a time, visitors were more ...
Fri, 21 Nov 2014 08:49:16 GMT

Energy
Scotland wary on shale gas proposals
Ambition to help economy and energy sector contends with fracking fears
... nking of fracking in Scotland's central belt will face a similar wave of protest,” Mr Harvie said. ... ... nking of fracking in Scotland's central belt will face a similar wave of protest,” Mr Harvie said. ... ... nking of fracking in Scotland's central belt will face a similar wave of protest,” Mr Harvie said. ... ... nking of fracking in Scotland's central belt will face a similar wave of protest,” Mr Harvie said. ... ... nking of fracking in Scotland's central belt will face a similar wave of protest,” Mr Harvie said. ... ... , the company has begun a restructuring of its operations centred on making use of imports of cheap shale gas from the US. Executives have said construction of a new ethane terminal and a 33,000-tonne ...
Thu, 20 Nov 2014 19:42:11 GMT

FT View
Scots’ chance to build a shale industry
Edinburgh needs to match the commitment of Ineos to fracking
... of its economy. With North Sea oil in decline, the ruling SNP should take a more positive attitude. ... ... of its economy. With North Sea oil in decline, the ruling SNP should take a more positive attitude. ... ... of its economy. With North Sea oil in decline, the ruling SNP should take a more positive attitude. ... ... of its economy. With North Sea oil in decline, the ruling SNP should take a more positive attitude. ... ... of its economy. With North Sea oil in decline, the ruling SNP should take a more positive attitude. ... ... ners and communities. Even more may be needed to persuade the Scots, who are just as suspicious of shale as those south of the border. If local communities object to Ineos’ plans, the decision to p ...
Thu, 20 Nov 2014 19:01:39 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
Tories fear defections as Rochester votes
Ukip expected to win Kent by-election with a substantial margin with Labour finishing a poor third
... ative in the coming days with his long-awaited speech on the Tory approach to limiting EU migration. ... ... ative in the coming days with his long-awaited speech on the Tory approach to limiting EU migration. ... ... ative in the coming days with his long-awaited speech on the Tory approach to limiting EU migration. ... ... ative in the coming days with his long-awaited speech on the Tory approach to limiting EU migration. ... ... ative in the coming days with his long-awaited speech on the Tory approach to limiting EU migration. ... ... ative in the coming days with his long-awaited speech on the Tory approach to limiting EU migration. ...
Thu, 20 Nov 2014 13:44:35 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
Ineos boosts investment in Scotland shale
Move puts Switzerland-based group in vanguard of UK energy push
... that Scotland’s shale gas and oil resources appeared “modest” compared with those in England. ... ... that Scotland’s shale gas and oil resources appeared “modest” compared with those in England. ... ... that Scotland’s shale gas and oil resources appeared “modest” compared with those in England. ... ... that Scotland’s shale gas and oil resources appeared “modest” compared with those in England. ... ... that Scotland’s shale gas and oil resources appeared “modest” compared with those in England. ... ... bic feet of gas and 6tn barrels of oil in shale formations. But it also suggested that Scotland’s shale gas and oil resources appeared “modest” compared with those in England. ...
Thu, 20 Nov 2014 08:27:32 GMT

Chinese Economy
S&P raises fears over China muni bond push
Rating agency’s analysis suggests central government may face a struggle in its efforts to develop a municipal bond market
... an attempt to drive a permanent wedge between government and corporate debt. Twitter: @gabewildau ... ... an attempt to drive a permanent wedge between government and corporate debt. Twitter: @gabewildau ... ... an attempt to drive a permanent wedge between government and corporate debt. Twitter: @gabewildau ... ... an attempt to drive a permanent wedge between government and corporate debt. Twitter: @gabewildau ... ... an attempt to drive a permanent wedge between government and corporate debt. Twitter: @gabewildau ... ... an attempt to drive a permanent wedge between government and corporate debt. Twitter: @gabewildau ...
Thu, 20 Nov 2014 07:40:57 GMT

behind the Beautiful Forevers, National Theatre (Olivier), London – review
David Hare’s drama brings Katherine Boo’s book about Mumbai slum-dwellers vividly to life
... 'behind the Beautiful Forevers' at the National Theatre, LondonThere is a great and welcome impulse behind this staging. Written by David Hare, directed by incoming National Theatre artistic director ... ... that the National under Norris could be an ambitious and engaged space. nationaltheatre.org.uk ... ... that the National under Norris could be an ambitious and engaged space. nationaltheatre.org.uk ... ... awry. It’s a mixed bag, then, that doesn’t quite pull off its demanding balancing act. But the fearless scope and subject on show here suggest that the National under Norris could be an ambitious ... ... that the National under Norris could be an ambitious and engaged space. nationaltheatre.org.uk ... ... that the National under Norris could be an ambitious and engaged space. nationaltheatre.org.uk ...
Wed, 19 Nov 2014 18:30:01 GMT

Africa
Economic toll of Ebola lower than feared
Lower estimate attributed to containment measures but damage extends beyond affected area
... eding. Several pharmaceutical companies are fast-tracking clinical trials of experimental vaccines. ... ... eding. Several pharmaceutical companies are fast-tracking clinical trials of experimental vaccines. ... ... eding. Several pharmaceutical companies are fast-tracking clinical trials of experimental vaccines. ... ... s of the final economic toll, it is already clear is that a mix of genuine consequences, stigma and fear has damaged African economies far beyond Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the countries worst ... ... eding. Several pharmaceutical companies are fast-tracking clinical trials of experimental vaccines. ... ... eding. Several pharmaceutical companies are fast-tracking clinical trials of experimental vaccines. ...
Wed, 19 Nov 2014 15:44:16 GMT

Commodities
To cut or not: no easy options for opec
Cartel’s meeting next week must respond to price fall
... o do it themselves. So the question then becomes one of what is needed versus what is achievable.” ... ... d to non-opec involvement as another potential scenario. Officials from Russia – which has joined opec in making cuts in the past – are reported to be attending the Vienna gathering next week. ... ... o do it themselves. So the question then becomes one of what is needed versus what is achievable.” ... ... o do it themselves. So the question then becomes one of what is needed versus what is achievable.” ... ... o do it themselves. So the question then becomes one of what is needed versus what is achievable.” ... ... guarantee a sustained price rise, industry watchers say. In fact it could only spur output from US shale oilfields and other costly production areas around the world. If demand does not rebound, furt ...
Tue, 18 Nov 2014 14:02:18 GMT

Latin American Capital Markets
Market fears Venezuela’s socialist regime could default
Falling oil prices and Caracas’s apparent inability to respond to them, have investors worried
... arrel and stay there. Venezuela’s oil basket traded at just under $76 in the last week of October. ... ... t inflation rates of 60 per cent. Furthermore, the fall in oil prices to four-year lows has hit the opec country where it hurts. Oil accounts for 95 per cent of export revenues, and two years ago thes ... ... arrel and stay there. Venezuela’s oil basket traded at just under $76 in the last week of October. ... ... rding to Barclays, the government continues to meet its bond payments. On the other hand, investors fear what might happen if they do buy the highly-volatile hard currency bonds. That is not just a de ... ... arrel and stay there. Venezuela’s oil basket traded at just under $76 in the last week of October. ... ... arrel and stay there. Venezuela’s oil basket traded at just under $76 in the last week of October. ...
Mon, 17 Nov 2014 16:03:09 GMT

Markets
Don’t fear the dollar’s ‘orderly rise’
Major trends tend to linger and the US currency has further headroom
... owth at all. Stephanie Flanders is chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management ... ... owth at all. Stephanie Flanders is chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management ... ... owth at all. Stephanie Flanders is chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management ... ... o the US economy could benefit, notably Mexico. More video So investors do not necessarily need to fear a stronger dollar. But in currency markets – as in life – it is not just what you do that m ... ... owth at all. Stephanie Flanders is chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management ... ... owth at all. Stephanie Flanders is chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management ...
Mon, 17 Nov 2014 09:21:21 GMT

Energy
Poland’s shale gas dreams put on hold
Global petrochemical groups complain of red tape and disappointing results
... ues to advocate for regulatory change that promotes investment while protecting Polish interests”. ... ... ues to advocate for regulatory change that promotes investment while protecting Polish interests”. ... ... ues to advocate for regulatory change that promotes investment while protecting Polish interests”. ... ... ues to advocate for regulatory change that promotes investment while protecting Polish interests”. ... ... ues to advocate for regulatory change that promotes investment while protecting Polish interests”. ... ... dustry applications to 10 people, from just three in 2012. ConocoPhillips, which invested in Polish shale gas assets alongside 3Legs in 2009, says that it is still conducting tests to determine the pr ...
Sun, 16 Nov 2014 14:01:39 GMT

Commodities
US shale investment at risk from oil slump
IEA warns oil market should not be lulled into false sense of security
... is not made in time . . . tighter and more volatile oil markets lie ahead,” the IEA said. ... ... but the trend hinges on timely investments in the Middle East. Iraq is expected to deliver half of opec’s oil production growth in the coming years, but security concerns mean that this seems incre ... ... is not made in time . . . tighter and more volatile oil markets lie ahead,” the IEA said. ... ... is not made in time . . . tighter and more volatile oil markets lie ahead,” the IEA said. ... ... is not made in time . . . tighter and more volatile oil markets lie ahead,” the IEA said. ... ... lied market, the Paris-based organisation believes output shortfalls loom in 2020 and beyond. As US shale oil production starts to level off at the start of the next decade, the gap will need to be fi ...
Wed, 12 Nov 2014 13:56:50 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
US shale pioneers circle the wagons
Price war in oil market forces shale industry to reassess positions
... et worth. His decision on hedging could end up having a much more significant effect on his fortune. ... ... et worth. His decision on hedging could end up having a much more significant effect on his fortune. ... ... et worth. His decision on hedging could end up having a much more significant effect on his fortune. ... ... et worth. His decision on hedging could end up having a much more significant effect on his fortune. ... ... et worth. His decision on hedging could end up having a much more significant effect on his fortune. ... ... s are likely to head higher. A couple of years of weaker prices, with slower production growth from shale companies, could be a good thing to allow global demand to “catch up” with the supply boom ...
Wed, 12 Nov 2014 12:18:20 GMT

Mexico Energy
Economic and practical obstacles limit shale ambitions
A glut in the US, poor infrastructure and crime dim prospects
... ckenzie, the global energy consultancy. From the shape of things, it could be for some time to come. ... ... ckenzie, the global energy consultancy. From the shape of things, it could be for some time to come. ... ... ckenzie, the global energy consultancy. From the shape of things, it could be for some time to come. ... ... ckenzie, the global energy consultancy. From the shape of things, it could be for some time to come. ... ... ckenzie, the global energy consultancy. From the shape of things, it could be for some time to come. ... ... a, Pemex has drilled 20, according to a June 2014 report by Accenture, the consultancy. “Mexican shale development is in its infancy at best,” says Ivan Cima of Wood Mackenzie, the global energy ...
Wed, 12 Nov 2014 06:50:29 GMT

Opinion
Europe has irrational fears over trade
For many, TTIP serves as a pressure valve for expressing other suspicions, says Katinka Barysch
... spread because the TTIP negotiations are not public. Trade negotiations have always been conducted behind closed doors, because the participating nations are loath to disclose their offers and reques ... ... director of political relations of Allianz and strategic adviser to the Munich Security Conference ... ... director of political relations of Allianz and strategic adviser to the Munich Security Conference ... ... tison the pact if it meant allowing chlorine-washed chicken or genetically modified soyThird, these fears can spread because the TTIP negotiations are not public. Trade negotiations have always been c ... ... director of political relations of Allianz and strategic adviser to the Munich Security Conference ... ... director of political relations of Allianz and strategic adviser to the Munich Security Conference ...
Tue, 11 Nov 2014 19:00:03 GMT

Commodities
US cold fears trigger gas price swings
High risk of below normal temperatures over next 6-10 days
... last one, natural gas stocks would be higher at the end of March 2015 than they were a year before. ... ... last one, natural gas stocks would be higher at the end of March 2015 than they were a year before. ... ... last one, natural gas stocks would be higher at the end of March 2015 than they were a year before. ... ... single-day consumption. It drove spot gas prices above $100 in New York City. “The market might fear a repeat of last winter,” said Anthony Yuen, energy strategist at Citigroup. Commodity Weath ... ... last one, natural gas stocks would be higher at the end of March 2015 than they were a year before. ... ... adds to inventories between April and October, then draws them down in winter. Production from US shale regions has allowed stocks to rebuild at a swift pace, however. Gas in storage stood at 3,571b ...
Tue, 11 Nov 2014 08:46:26 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
Britain and the cuts: Ministers fear GEP
Officials instruct departments where costs must be slashed
... has the thumbscrews at the ready, this process will dominate the first year of the next government. ... ... has the thumbscrews at the ready, this process will dominate the first year of the next government. ... ... has the thumbscrews at the ready, this process will dominate the first year of the next government. ... ... at the ready, this process will dominate the first year of the next government. ... ... has the thumbscrews at the ready, this process will dominate the first year of the next government. ... ... has the thumbscrews at the ready, this process will dominate the first year of the next government. ...
Mon, 10 Nov 2014 15:50:38 GMT

Europe
Heavy shelling sparks fresh Ukraine fears
Russia accused of supplying rebels with heavy weaponry and new fighters
... bled sharply in recent weeks, declining some 8 per cent against the dollar in the past week alone. ... ... bled sharply in recent weeks, declining some 8 per cent against the dollar in the past week alone. ... ... bled sharply in recent weeks, declining some 8 per cent against the dollar in the past week alone. ... ... bled sharply in recent weeks, declining some 8 per cent against the dollar in the past week alone. ... ... bled sharply in recent weeks, declining some 8 per cent against the dollar in the past week alone. ... ... bled sharply in recent weeks, declining some 8 per cent against the dollar in the past week alone. ...
Sun, 09 Nov 2014 19:28:05 GMT

Politics Amp Society
Human rights groups fear Egypt crackdown
NGOs must register and risk penalties for taking foreign funding
... for defending my principles and defending other people, I will consider it a price worth paying.” ... ... for defending my principles and defending other people, I will consider it a price worth paying.” ... ... for defending my principles and defending other people, I will consider it a price worth paying.” ... ... ar of arrest. “If you add the uncertainty to the smear campaign, it is creating an environment of fear at a time when we do not need to focus on ourselves but on the rights violations in the country ... ... for defending my principles and defending other people, I will consider it a price worth paying.” ... ... for defending my principles and defending other people, I will consider it a price worth paying.” ...
Sun, 09 Nov 2014 14:13:32 GMT

Americas Economy
Petrol rise fuels Brazil inflation fears
Price increases threaten Dilma Rousseff’s already thin support
... o announce his replacement over the next couple of weeks, setting the tone for her next government. ... ... o announce his replacement over the next couple of weeks, setting the tone for her next government. ... ... o announce his replacement over the next couple of weeks, setting the tone for her next government. ... ... o announce his replacement over the next couple of weeks, setting the tone for her next government. ... ... o announce his replacement over the next couple of weeks, setting the tone for her next government. ... ... o announce his replacement over the next couple of weeks, setting the tone for her next government. ...
Fri, 07 Nov 2014 18:42:52 GMT

Europe
Rouble fall stokes currency crisis fears
Dramatic decline of currency to record lows puts new exchange regime through stress test
... ghest level of the year. Credit default swaps for Russia were up 9 basis points to 286 basis points. ... ... ghest level of the year. Credit default swaps for Russia were up 9 basis points to 286 basis points. ... ... ghest level of the year. Credit default swaps for Russia were up 9 basis points to 286 basis points. ... ... a were up 9 basis points to 286 basis points. ... ... ghest level of the year. Credit default swaps for Russia were up 9 basis points to 286 basis points. ... ... ghest level of the year. Credit default swaps for Russia were up 9 basis points to 286 basis points. ...
Fri, 07 Nov 2014 11:43:19 GMT

US Equities
US earnings boost masks revenue fears
Analysts are not convinced consumer momentum has returned
... uld seem that management teams are becoming increasingly confident that conditions are improving.” ... ... uld seem that management teams are becoming increasingly confident that conditions are improving.” ... ... uld seem that management teams are becoming increasingly confident that conditions are improving.” ... ... uld seem that management teams are becoming increasingly confident that conditions are improving.” ... ... uld seem that management teams are becoming increasingly confident that conditions are improving.” ... ... uld seem that management teams are becoming increasingly confident that conditions are improving.” ...
Fri, 07 Nov 2014 09:30:10 GMT

Insurance
Terror attack insurers fear fivefold rise in fees
Pool Re subsidy scheme faces radical government overhaul
... and the guarantee will remain in place.” The plans still need to be approved by the UK regulators. ... ... and the guarantee will remain in place.” The plans still need to be approved by the UK regulators. ... ... and the guarantee will remain in place.” The plans still need to be approved by the UK regulators. ... ... signs that the Treasury’s latest proposals are not as harsh on insurers as industry insiders had feared. Government officials have confirmed they do not plan to scrap an arrangement, part of Pool R ... ... and the guarantee will remain in place.” The plans still need to be approved by the UK regulators. ... ... and the guarantee will remain in place.” The plans still need to be approved by the UK regulators. ...
Wed, 05 Nov 2014 22:56:21 GMT

Uk
Spy chief gambles on fear of terrorism
Two disturbing trends lie behind timing of GCHQ leader’s call for debate
... necessity, rather than an abstract desire to burnish GCHQ’s image. Two new, disturbing trends lie behind the timing and urgency of his call for a more forthright public discussion. Over the summer, ... ... s intelligence and security committee. “This is quite literally a matter of life and death.” ... ... s intelligence and security committee. “This is quite literally a matter of life and death.” ... ... s intelligence and security committee. “This is quite literally a matter of life and death.” ... ... s intelligence and security committee. “This is quite literally a matter of life and death.” ... ... s intelligence and security committee. “This is quite literally a matter of life and death.” ...
Tue, 04 Nov 2014 18:58:47 GMT

UK Equities
fears of power shake-up knock Aggreko
Multiyear low for oil weighs against wider UK stock market
... Rheinmetall, sent Chemring 1.5 per cent lower at 237.5p and cost BAE Systems 1.5 per cent to 451p. ... ... Rheinmetall, sent Chemring 1.5 per cent lower at 237.5p and cost BAE Systems 1.5 per cent to 451p. ... ... Rheinmetall, sent Chemring 1.5 per cent lower at 237.5p and cost BAE Systems 1.5 per cent to 451p. ... ... Rheinmetall, sent Chemring 1.5 per cent lower at 237.5p and cost BAE Systems 1.5 per cent to 451p. ... ... Rheinmetall, sent Chemring 1.5 per cent lower at 237.5p and cost BAE Systems 1.5 per cent to 451p. ... ... Rheinmetall, sent Chemring 1.5 per cent lower at 237.5p and cost BAE Systems 1.5 per cent to 451p. ...
Tue, 04 Nov 2014 18:04:36 GMT

Commodities
China fines slow progress on shale gas
Sinopec and PetroChina are two dominant oil groups being penalised for not meeting commitments
... ed results,” he said. Additional reporting by Owen Guo lucy.hornby@ft.com Twitter: @HornbyLucy ... ... oth blocks straddle the lawless border region where Chongqing, Guizhou and Hunan provinces meet. Sinopec said on Tuesday it had relinquished a portion of the block after conducting seismic surveys and ... ... ed results,” he said. Additional reporting by Owen Guo lucy.hornby@ft.com Twitter: @HornbyLucy ... ... ed results,” he said. Additional reporting by Owen Guo lucy.hornby@ft.com Twitter: @HornbyLucy ... ... ed results,” he said. Additional reporting by Owen Guo lucy.hornby@ft.com Twitter: @HornbyLucy ... ... sing water in an area dense with farming villages. PetroChina denied Chinese media reports that its shale ventures with Shell in Sichuan had been shelved altogether. Shell’s China spokesman, Shi Jia ...
Tue, 04 Nov 2014 11:29:30 GMT

Middle East Amp North Africa
Saudi attack raises fears of Isis effect
Five killed in Shia town as country braces for imported sectarian radicalism by domestic Islamist extremists
... e Shia harbour political loyalty to coreligionists in Iran, the Sunni Gulf states’ regional rival. ... ... e Shia harbour political loyalty to coreligionists in Iran, the Sunni Gulf states’ regional rival. ... ... e Shia harbour political loyalty to coreligionists in Iran, the Sunni Gulf states’ regional rival. ... ... t harder to secure state jobs and set up places of worship. The authorities deny the claims. Sunnis fear that the Shia harbour political loyalty to coreligionists in Iran, the Sunni Gulf states’ reg ... ... e Shia harbour political loyalty to coreligionists in Iran, the Sunni Gulf states’ regional rival. ... ... e Shia harbour political loyalty to coreligionists in Iran, the Sunni Gulf states’ regional rival. ...
Tue, 04 Nov 2014 05:41:34 GMT

Banks
Living wills raise liquidity fears
Banks fear they will have to boost cash reserves
... , Bank of New York Mellon, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche, Morgan Stanley, State Street and UBS. ... ... , Bank of New York Mellon, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche, Morgan Stanley, State Street and UBS. ... ... , Bank of New York Mellon, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche, Morgan Stanley, State Street and UBS. ... ... group, Credit Suisse, Deutsche, Morgan Stanley, State Street and UBS. ... ... , Bank of New York Mellon, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche, Morgan Stanley, State Street and UBS. ... ... , Bank of New York Mellon, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche, Morgan Stanley, State Street and UBS. ...
Mon, 03 Nov 2014 13:33:53 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
YPF seeks foreign partners for shale
Oil group chief hopes hydrocarbons law reform will boost investment in Vaca Muerta
... espected and an end to discretionary policy making. “A single law isn’t going to change that.” ... ... espected and an end to discretionary policy making. “A single law isn’t going to change that.” ... ... espected and an end to discretionary policy making. “A single law isn’t going to change that.” ... ... espected and an end to discretionary policy making. “A single law isn’t going to change that.” ... ... espected and an end to discretionary policy making. “A single law isn’t going to change that.” ... ... e second-largest reserves of shale gas in the world after China, and the fourth-largest reserves of shale oil, so far they have attracted investments from a limited clutch of companies. Some analysts ...
Sun, 02 Nov 2014 14:05:51 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
Argentina seeks its own shale boom
Country wants investors not scared off by default
... s resources successfully alone, and has been actively seeking partnership with foreign companies. ... ... s resources successfully alone, and has been actively seeking partnership with foreign companies. ... ... s resources successfully alone, and has been actively seeking partnership with foreign companies. ... ... s resources successfully alone, and has been actively seeking partnership with foreign companies. ... ... s resources successfully alone, and has been actively seeking partnership with foreign companies. ... ... he second largest reserves of shale gas in the world after China and the fourth largest reserves of shale oil, so far investments have been limited. But a widening energy deficit that is draining cent ...
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 15:35:05 GMT

Iran
Acid attacks on women spread fear in Iran
Up to eight women in the central city of Isfahan have been injured in acid attacks this month
... judiciary helped fuel suspicions initially that groups affiliated to hardliners in the regime were behind the attacks, in an attempt to undermine Mr Rouhani and his ability to provide security. But M ... ... tacks are women, while one study in Bangladesh found that nearly 60 per cent were 10-19 years old. ... ... tacks are women, while one study in Bangladesh found that nearly 60 per cent were 10-19 years old. ... ... ts of the city on different days. Setareh, a university student in Isfahan, says: “I tremble with fear as soon as I hear a motorist nearing me.” According to locals, security measures in Isfahan h ... ... tacks are women, while one study in Bangladesh found that nearly 60 per cent were 10-19 years old. ... ... tacks are women, while one study in Bangladesh found that nearly 60 per cent were 10-19 years old. ...
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 08:36:21 GMT

Commodities
opec expects fall in US shale output
View at odds with US industry, which sees no pressure from lower oil price
... over 30m barrels a day this year. The cartel has not cut output since the financial crisis in 2008. ... ... l dampen expectations that opec might agree to lower production when it meets in Vienna next month. opec crude production has averaged just over 30m barrels a day this year. The cartel has not cut out ... ... over 30m barrels a day this year. The cartel has not cut output since the financial crisis in 2008. ... ... over 30m barrels a day this year. The cartel has not cut output since the financial crisis in 2008. ... ... over 30m barrels a day this year. The cartel has not cut output since the financial crisis in 2008. ... ... rude price remains above $60-$65 per barrel – about $25 below today’s levels – North American shale oil output will be able to sustain the rate of about 6.4m barrels per day expected for the end ...
Wed, 29 Oct 2014 18:13:10 GMT

Commodities
opec sends ‘don’t panic’ message
Sharp oil price drop not a problem as fundamentals are robust, says oil group’s secretary-general
... there is more Iranian and Libyan oil to absorb or there is another financial meltdown,” it said. ... ... the ‘call’, or demand for opec oil, in the first half of 2015 is expected to be 28.75m b/d. If opec continues to produce at its current level of 30.50m b/d, the surplus will be 1.75m b/d, accordi ... ... there is more Iranian and Libyan oil to absorb or there is another financial meltdown,” it said. ... ... there is more Iranian and Libyan oil to absorb or there is another financial meltdown,” it said. ... ... there is more Iranian and Libyan oil to absorb or there is another financial meltdown,” it said. ... ... there is more Iranian and Libyan oil to absorb or there is another financial meltdown,” it said. ...
Wed, 29 Oct 2014 12:12:17 GMT

Asia-Pacific
Australia terror laws raise liberty fears
Critics say legislation demonises Muslim community and impinges on freedoms
... return they pose one of the biggest weapons the government will have in fighting radicalisation.” ... ... return they pose one of the biggest weapons the government will have in fighting radicalisation.” ... ... return they pose one of the biggest weapons the government will have in fighting radicalisation.” ... ... e government’s resolve. Ironically, his family claim they may have been able to save him but were fearful of travelling to Iraq because of the provision in the bill outlawing travel to certain zones ... ... return they pose one of the biggest weapons the government will have in fighting radicalisation.” ... ... return they pose one of the biggest weapons the government will have in fighting radicalisation.” ...
Wed, 29 Oct 2014 04:32:02 GMT

The Big Read
Fracking: In the path of the ‘shale gale’
Divisions among Democrats in Colorado highlight how shale gas has become a toxic issue, writes Barney Jopson
... op land. “When it comes to protecting citizens through local planning and zoning, Colorado is far behind New York, Pennsylvania, New Mexico and even Texas,” says Matt Sura, who was appointed to th ... ... t on climate change but on the Republican’s conservative positions on abortion and contraception. ... ... t on climate change but on the Republican’s conservative positions on abortion and contraception. ... ... contamination, earthquakes and respiratory illnesses. Some have scientific studies to back up their fears; the industry says these are faulty or inconclusive. The ballot initiatives were set to spark ... ... t on climate change but on the Republican’s conservative positions on abortion and contraception. ... ... n Petroleum Institute, a big lobby group. But the state’s experience shows that the harder the “shale gale” blows, the more people will want to restrict it. “My long-term prediction is that th ...
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 20:01:49 GMT

Europe
Russia behind cyber attacks, says group
Security analyst FireEye claims to be tracking ‘focused, longstanding espionage effort’
... nergy companies, was also linked to Russian hackers. ... ... appears to have been used to infect European energy companies, was also linked to Russian hackers. ... ... appears to have been used to infect European energy companies, was also linked to Russian hackers. ... ... appears to have been used to infect European energy companies, was also linked to Russian hackers. ... ... appears to have been used to infect European energy companies, was also linked to Russian hackers. ... ... appears to have been used to infect European energy companies, was also linked to Russian hackers. ...
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 18:12:50 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
London mayor’s fears without Crossrail 2
Capital will ‘seize up’ if £20bn southwest-northeast link is not built, says Johnson
... ’s office says that if final permission is granted in 2017, work could begin two years after that. ... ... ’s office says that if final permission is granted in 2017, work could begin two years after that. ... ... ’s office says that if final permission is granted in 2017, work could begin two years after that. ... ... ’s office says that if final permission is granted in 2017, work could begin two years after that. ... ... ’s office says that if final permission is granted in 2017, work could begin two years after that. ... ... ’s office says that if final permission is granted in 2017, work could begin two years after that. ...
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 16:46:34 GMT

Columnists
The folly of immigration fears
The issue, like Europe and Scotland, is for many the focus of a more general discontent
... are the only way to define the resentments expressed in current public opinion. johnkay@johnkay.com ... ... are the only way to define the resentments expressed in current public opinion. johnkay@johnkay.com ... ... are the only way to define the resentments expressed in current public opinion. johnkay@johnkay.com ... ... are the only way to define the resentments expressed in current public opinion. johnkay@johnkay.com ... ... are the only way to define the resentments expressed in current public opinion. johnkay@johnkay.com ... ... are the only way to define the resentments expressed in current public opinion. johnkay@johnkay.com ...
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 13:40:05 GMT

Pharmaceuticals
fears over flat sales hit Sanofi shares
Group unnerves investors with warning over competition in US forcing diabetes drug price cut
... ay, Mr Viehbacher said in a statement that he was “pleased” with Sanofi’s latest performance. ... ... ay, Mr Viehbacher said in a statement that he was “pleased” with Sanofi’s latest performance. ... ... ay, Mr Viehbacher said in a statement that he was “pleased” with Sanofi’s latest performance. ... ... loombergSanofi said sales of its diabetes treatments would remain flat next year, sparking investor fears about the French group’s biggest business and sending its shares tumbling. Shares in the ph ... ... ay, Mr Viehbacher said in a statement that he was “pleased” with Sanofi’s latest performance. ... ... ay, Mr Viehbacher said in a statement that he was “pleased” with Sanofi’s latest performance. ...
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 08:41:16 GMT

Mining
BHP puts US shale assets up for sale
Anglo-Australian miner insists its US shale unit can generate $3bn in free cash flow each year
... t supplier to China”, amid falling commodity prices that put pressure on less efficient producers. ... ... t supplier to China”, amid falling commodity prices that put pressure on less efficient producers. ... ... t supplier to China”, amid falling commodity prices that put pressure on less efficient producers. ... ... t supplier to China”, amid falling commodity prices that put pressure on less efficient producers. ... ... t supplier to China”, amid falling commodity prices that put pressure on less efficient producers. ... ... k of drilling activity that would refocus the company’s efforts on its most lucrative liquid-rich shale fields. “The chances of us developing this [Fayetteville] in the near future is low to non-e ...
Mon, 27 Oct 2014 16:27:12 GMT

US Economy
fears grow over QE’s toxic legacy
Fed’s asset purchases have led investors to scrum for subprime assets
... le risk factor [they] can find,” says Mohamed El-Erian, Pimco’s former chief investment officer. ... ... le risk factor [they] can find,” says Mohamed El-Erian, Pimco’s former chief investment officer. ... ... le risk factor [they] can find,” says Mohamed El-Erian, Pimco’s former chief investment officer. ... ... le risk factor [they] can find,” says Mohamed El-Erian, Pimco’s former chief investment officer. ... ... le risk factor [they] can find,” says Mohamed El-Erian, Pimco’s former chief investment officer. ... ... le risk factor [they] can find,” says Mohamed El-Erian, Pimco’s former chief investment officer. ...
Mon, 27 Oct 2014 12:42:09 GMT



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World News
u.s.-Cuba Deal Welcomed in Latin America
President Barack Obama’s move to end an unpopular Cold War policy toward Cuba received an embrace across Latin America.
... nd David Luhnow contributed to this article. Write to Juan Forero at Juan.Forero@wsj.com ... ... nd David Luhnow contributed to this article. Write to Juan Forero at Juan.Forero@wsj.com ... ... nd David Luhnow contributed to this article. Write to Juan Forero at Juan.Forero@wsj.com ... ... nd David Luhnow contributed to this article. Write to Juan Forero at Juan.Forero@wsj.com ... ... happy,” she said after hearing the news. Ms. Wainer said it was about time, for both Cuba and the u.s., to find a way to negotiate out of their conflictive relationship. “Even if Fidel Castro was ... ... nd David Luhnow contributed to this article. Write to Juan Forero at Juan.Forero@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 23:33:58 EST

Markets
KKR shale Investment Stumbles
KKR’s deal for energy company Samson Investment offers a cautionary tale of the u.s. shale boom, with the investment deep in the red.
... here are so many great assets and people at [the company] to generate positive results.” ... ... here are so many great assets and people at [the company] to generate positive results.” ... ... here are so many great assets and people at [the company] to generate positive results.” ... ... here are so many great assets and people at [the company] to generate positive results.” ... ... ncerns were well-placed. Within a month of the buyout being completed, KKR experienced a TXU redux: u.s. natural-gas prices dropped, crimping Samson’s cash flow. Meanwhile, the company had big inte ... ... About a year later, East was sold, fetching $1.5 billion for its stake. Along with two other small shale deals, KKR reaped more than the roughly $2 billion the firm lost for it and its investors at E ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 21:51:13 EST

Business
Sony Pulls Korea Film; u.s. Blames Pyongyang For Hack
Sony Pictures canceled its planned release of “The Interview” after hackers threatened violence against theaters that played the film, as u.s. officials concluded that North Korea was behind the broad cyberattack on the company.
... t team has previously been linked to cyberattacks against South Korean targets. Determining who is behind a cyberattack is far from science. For instance, the hackers traffic was routed through a var ... ... om, Erich Schwartzel at erich.schwartzel@wsj.com and Danny Yadron at danny.yadron@wsj.com ... ... om, Erich Schwartzel at erich.schwartzel@wsj.com and Danny Yadron at danny.yadron@wsj.com ... ... om, Erich Schwartzel at erich.schwartzel@wsj.com and Danny Yadron at danny.yadron@wsj.com ... ... cceptable without escalating tensions. Some experts believe that in cases like the Sony attack, the u.s. needs at least to make a public condemnation. “We can set the norms by coming out and saying ... ... om, Erich Schwartzel at erich.schwartzel@wsj.com and Danny Yadron at danny.yadron@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 19:45:36 EST

U S News
u.s. Has Concluded North Korea Is behind Sony Hack
u.s. officials have concluded North Korea is behind the hacking attack on Sony Pictures, elevating the issue from a question of corporate security to national security.
... merica, has to deal with North Korea as a neighbor just across the Sea of Japan. Determining who is behind a cyberattack is far from science. For instance, the Sony hackers’ traffic was routed throu ... ... rite to Devlin Barrett at devlin.barrett@wsj.com and Danny Yadron at danny.yadron@wsj.com ... ... rite to Devlin Barrett at devlin.barrett@wsj.com and Danny Yadron at danny.yadron@wsj.com ... ... rite to Devlin Barrett at devlin.barrett@wsj.com and Danny Yadron at danny.yadron@wsj.com ... ... Uplus Corp., the South Korean telecommunications company around the same time. Crowdstrike Inc., a u.s. cybersecurity firm, calls this group “Silent Chollima,” a reference to the mythical winged ... ... rite to Devlin Barrett at devlin.barrett@wsj.com and Danny Yadron at danny.yadron@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 19:45:32 EST

U S News
Cuban-American Reactions to u.s. Diplomatic News Vary Widely
Cuban-Americans reacted to the news that the u.s. would begin normalizing relations with Cuba with a wide range of sentiment, from outrage to jubilation, highlighting deep rifts in a community that is changing rapidly.
... contributed to this article. Write to Arian Campo-Flores at arian.campo-flores@wsj.com ... ... contributed to this article. Write to Arian Campo-Flores at arian.campo-flores@wsj.com ... ... contributed to this article. Write to Arian Campo-Flores at arian.campo-flores@wsj.com ... ... contributed to this article. Write to Arian Campo-Flores at arian.campo-flores@wsj.com ... ... policy,” he said. “It only helps the Castro regime manipulate people into believing” that the u.s. government, rather than Cuba’s, is to blame for the island’s woes. ... ... contributed to this article. Write to Arian Campo-Flores at arian.campo-flores@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 18:02:27 EST

Latin America News
Pope Sent Letters to Help Normalize u.s.-Cuba Relations
Pope Francis sent letters to President Barack Obama and President Raúl Castro in recent months to assist in the process to help normalize relations between the u.s. and Cuba, the Vatican said Thursday.
... , D.C. and the United Nations in New York. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ... ... , D.C. and the United Nations in New York. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ... ... , D.C. and the United Nations in New York. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ... ... , D.C. and the United Nations in New York. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ... ... Catholic-organized event on the family. The Vatican hasn’t confirmed the pontiff will visit other u.s. cities, although there are expectations he will go to Washington, D.C. and the United Nations i ... ... , D.C. and the United Nations in New York. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 14:21:06 EST

Business
u.s. Consumer Finance Regulator Sues Sprint Over Mobile Charges
The u.s. consumer-finance regulator filed its first legal action against a telecommunications company on Wednesday, accusing Sprint Corp. of hitting mobile phone customers with unauthorized charges.
... . Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com and Gautham Nagesh at gautham.nagesh@wsj.com ... ... . Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com and Gautham Nagesh at gautham.nagesh@wsj.com ... ... . Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com and Gautham Nagesh at gautham.nagesh@wsj.com ... ... . Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com and Gautham Nagesh at gautham.nagesh@wsj.com ... ... l@wsj.com and Gautham Nagesh at gautham.nagesh@wsj.com ... ... . Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com and Gautham Nagesh at gautham.nagesh@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 14:19:00 EST

Business
Diageo Says Growth in u.s. Spirits Industry Slows
Diageo said growth in the u.s. spirits industry slowed in the past year amid intense price competition and signs that drinkers are falling out of love with flavored vodka.
... low and whipped cream—are now in decline. Write to Peter Evans at peter.evans@wsj.com ... ... low and whipped cream—are now in decline. Write to Peter Evans at peter.evans@wsj.com ... ... low and whipped cream—are now in decline. Write to Peter Evans at peter.evans@wsj.com ... ... low and whipped cream—are now in decline. Write to Peter Evans at peter.evans@wsj.com ... ... ying “more tactical pricing actions.” Still, Diageo said the luxury side of its business in the u.s.—referring to brands that sell for more than $40 a bottle—had remained strong. The U.K.-base ... ... low and whipped cream—are now in decline. Write to Peter Evans at peter.evans@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 12:39:00 EST

World News
u.s. Moves to Normalize Cuba Ties as American Is Released
The u.s. expects to begin discussions with Cuba on normalizing relations, a u.s. official said, as Alan Gross, the u.s. contractor who has been held in a Cuban prison for five years, was released.
... erview that “he was working under a U.S. contract” at the time of his arrest in Cuba. ... ... erview that “he was working under a U.S. contract” at the time of his arrest in Cuba. ... ... erview that “he was working under a U.S. contract” at the time of his arrest in Cuba. ... ... erview that “he was working under a U.S. contract” at the time of his arrest in Cuba. ... ... rlier this year, his wife, Judy Gross, said in a televised interview that “he was working under a u.s. contract” at the time of his arrest in Cuba. ... ... erview that “he was working under a U.S. contract” at the time of his arrest in Cuba. ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 10:37:14 EST

Today S Markets
u.s. Stocks Rise Ahead of Fed Meeting
u.s. stocks opened higher after three consecutive sessions of losses, as investors awaited the Federal Reserve’s monetary-policy statement.
... shampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com and Corrie Driebusch at corrie.driebusch@wsj.com ... ... shampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com and Corrie Driebusch at corrie.driebusch@wsj.com ... ... shampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com and Corrie Driebusch at corrie.driebusch@wsj.com ... ... shampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com and Corrie Driebusch at corrie.driebusch@wsj.com ... ... -oil futures fell 2.3% to $54.67 a barrel. Gold futures rose 0.3% to $1197.70 an ounce. Demand for u.s. government debt waned, pushing the yield on the 10-year Treasury note up to 2.065%. In corpora ... ... shampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com and Corrie Driebusch at corrie.driebusch@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 09:53:33 EST

Sports
u.s. to Bid on 2024 Games But Delays Selecting a City
The u.s. Olympic Committee will bid for the 2024 Summer Games but won’t officially select the candidate city until early next year.
... flect on and discuss what it saw. A decision, he said, is likely soon after the holidays. ... ... flect on and discuss what it saw. A decision, he said, is likely soon after the holidays. ... ... flect on and discuss what it saw. A decision, he said, is likely soon after the holidays. ... ... flect on and discuss what it saw. A decision, he said, is likely soon after the holidays. ... ... ayed to do so again because five of the leading corporate sponsors of the Olympics are based in the u.s. In addition, earlier this year Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal unit extended its media rights de ... ... flect on and discuss what it saw. A decision, he said, is likely soon after the holidays. ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 09:32:55 EST

U S Economy
u.s. Consumer Prices Fall at Steepest Rate in Almost Six Years
u.s. consumer prices fell in November at the steepest rate in almost six years, a sign inflation is heading lower due to sliding oil prices.
... to Josh Mitchell at joshua.mitchell@wsj.com and Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ... ... to Josh Mitchell at joshua.mitchell@wsj.com and Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ... ... to Josh Mitchell at joshua.mitchell@wsj.com and Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ... ... to Josh Mitchell at joshua.mitchell@wsj.com and Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ... ... to spend on other items. Spending on other goods and services tends to give a greater boost to the u.s. economy than spending on gasoline. A separate report Wednesday showed Americans’ wages are p ... ... to Josh Mitchell at joshua.mitchell@wsj.com and Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 09:28:22 EST

Earnings
General Mills Sales Slip on u.s. Weakness, Slow Growth Elsewhere
General Mills said its sales fell in the most recent quarter amid continued weakness in the u.s. food industry and slowing growth in emerging markets.
... hile input costs declined less than 1%. Write to Michael Calia at michael.calia@wsj.com ... ... hile input costs declined less than 1%. Write to Michael Calia at michael.calia@wsj.com ... ... hile input costs declined less than 1%. Write to Michael Calia at michael.calia@wsj.com ... ... hile input costs declined less than 1%. Write to Michael Calia at michael.calia@wsj.com ... ... cuits and Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, among others—helped buoy sales. However, the company’s u.s. retail segment posted $2.86 billion in sales, a drop of 4% as volumes fell. The segment’s sna ... ... hile input costs declined less than 1%. Write to Michael Calia at michael.calia@wsj.com ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 07:43:00 EST

Business
Philips to Buy u.s. Medical-Imaging Firm
Dutch electronics company Philips said it is buying u.s. medical-imaging company Volcano for $1 billion to boost its image-guided therapy offering.
... its image-guided therapy business. ... ... its image-guided therapy business. ... ... its image-guided therapy business. ... ... its image-guided therapy business. ... ... 12/17/14 Philips to Buy u.s. Medical Im... 10/02/14 Camber Capital Says Volcano Sh... 09/29/14 Engag ... ... its image-guided therapy business. ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 03:06:24 EST

Business
Alstom Tab To Settle u.s. Case: $700 Million
u.s. prosecutors are close to a deal with Alstom SA that would require the French engineering giant to pay about $700 million to settle a foreign-bribery probe, people familiar with the matter said.
... from abroad not covered by the subpoena. — Ted Mann contributed to this article. ... ... from abroad not covered by the subpoena. — Ted Mann contributed to this article. ... ... from abroad not covered by the subpoena. — Ted Mann contributed to this article. ... ... from abroad not covered by the subpoena. — Ted Mann contributed to this article. ... ... s attorney Michael Jennings declined to comment. Earlier this month, u.s. Justice Department criminal division head Leslie Caldwell made th ... ... from abroad not covered by the subpoena. — Ted Mann contributed to this article. ...
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 00:38:46 EST

World News
Vatican Praises Work of Nuns in u.s.
A review by the Vatican of nuns in the u.s. highlighted such challenges as the sharp fall in vocations while also praising their work with the poor and elderly, signaling a thawing of relations.
... nt of Assumption College in Massachusetts. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ... ... nt of Assumption College in Massachusetts. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ... ... nt of Assumption College in Massachusetts. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ... ... nt of Assumption College in Massachusetts. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ... ... ce of acknowledging the important contributions that women religious have made to the Church in the u.s. while at the same time recognizing that their future presence is at risk of survival,” said ... ... nt of Assumption College in Massachusetts. Write to Liam Moloney at liam.moloney@wsj.com ...
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 20:31:31 EST

Business
Survey: u.s. Teens' E-Cigarette Use Tops Traditional Cigarettes
A new survey shows u.s. teenagers are more likely to use electronic cigarettes than traditional cigarettes, a trend researchers say is driven by teens’ belief that e-cigarettes are less harmful.
... ales, limiting flavors or restricting ads. Write to Tripp Mickle at Tripp.Mickle@wsj.com ... ... ales, limiting flavors or restricting ads. Write to Tripp Mickle at Tripp.Mickle@wsj.com ... ... ales, limiting flavors or restricting ads. Write to Tripp Mickle at Tripp.Mickle@wsj.com ... ... ales, limiting flavors or restricting ads. Write to Tripp Mickle at Tripp.Mickle@wsj.com ... ... e-cigarettes to be used in public spaces, which can make their use seem normal to young people. The u.s. Food and Drug Administration is working to finalize rules that would ban sales of the devices t ... ... ales, limiting flavors or restricting ads. Write to Tripp Mickle at Tripp.Mickle@wsj.com ...
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 20:22:19 EST

World News
Scant u.s. Hope for Russian Reversal
After Ruble’s fall, Western policy makers are waiting to see whether a weakened Kremlin will call off its intervention in Ukraine to win a reprieve from economic sanctions, but officials aren’t optimistic.
... hwartz contributed to this article. ... ... hwartz contributed to this article. ... ... hwartz contributed to this article. ... ... hwartz contributed to this article. ... ... Michael McFaul, a former u.s. ambassador to Russia, said a Russian retreat appeared unlikely. “It’s hard for me to imagin ... ... hwartz contributed to this article. ...
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 19:43:50 EST

Markets
u.s. Banks Relax Loan Standards
A federal regulator said increased risk is creeping back into the financial system, warning in a report that u.s. banks are relaxing loan-underwriting standards in a manner similar to the years preceding the 2008 financial crisis.
... ;Julie Steinberg contributed to this article. Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com ... ... ;Julie Steinberg contributed to this article. Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com ... ... ;Julie Steinberg contributed to this article. Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com ... ... ;Julie Steinberg contributed to this article. Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com ... ... t with other data looking across the banking industry. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has said u.s. banks boosted outstanding loans in the third quarter of this year by 4.6% over the same period ... ... ;Julie Steinberg contributed to this article. Write to Alan Zibel at alan.zibel@wsj.com ...
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 19:33:39 EST

U S News
u.s. Housing Starts Fall
Housing starts fell 1.6% in November, the latest sign of an uneven housing recovery.
... els normal,” Mr. Huff said. “We are cautiously optimistic about the spring of 2015.” ... ... els normal,” Mr. Huff said. “We are cautiously optimistic about the spring of 2015.” ... ... els normal,” Mr. Huff said. “We are cautiously optimistic about the spring of 2015.” ... ... els normal,” Mr. Huff said. “We are cautiously optimistic about the spring of 2015.” ... ... and provide a crucial second wind to the economic recovery,” said Millan Mulraine, deputy head of u.s. research and strategy at TD Securities. ... ... els normal,” Mr. Huff said. “We are cautiously optimistic about the spring of 2015.” ...
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 12:44:13 EST

Business
Wal-Mart Weighs Appealing Wage Suit to u.s. Supreme Court
Wal-Mart said it is considering an appeal of Monday’s Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision to uphold a settlement in a more than decade-old class-action suit over worker pay.
... rs with proper rest and meal breaks. Write to Chelsey Dulaney at Chelsey.Dulaney@wsj.com ... ... rs with proper rest and meal breaks. Write to Chelsey Dulaney at Chelsey.Dulaney@wsj.com ... ... rs with proper rest and meal breaks. Write to Chelsey Dulaney at Chelsey.Dulaney@wsj.com ... ... rs with proper rest and meal breaks. Write to Chelsey Dulaney at Chelsey.Dulaney@wsj.com ... ... employees $4.8 million in back wages and damages, as well as $464,000 in civil penalties, after the u.s. Department of Labor found the company failed to pay overtime to more than 4,500 workers. That f ... ... rs with proper rest and meal breaks. Write to Chelsey Dulaney at Chelsey.Dulaney@wsj.com ...
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 12:34:00 EST

Today S Markets
u.s. Stocks Charge Forward
u.s. stocks shrugged off emerging-market turbulence in early trading Tuesday, underscoring investors’ faith in the u.s. economy.
... Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com and Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ... ... Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com and Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ... ... Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com and Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ... ... Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com and Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ... ... ain near all-time highs. Many investors say they aren’t worried about the recent decline in major u.s. stock indexes because they believed shares had become overvalued by some metrics. —Andrey ... ... Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com and Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ...
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 11:43:54 EST

Business
Alstom, u.s. Near Deal on Landmark Fine
u.s. prosecutors are close to a deal with Alstom that would require the engineering giant to pay close to $700 million to settle a foreign bribery probe, the largest such deal ever.
... hel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com and Andrew Grossman at andrew.grossman@wsj.com ... ... hel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com and Andrew Grossman at andrew.grossman@wsj.com ... ... hel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com and Andrew Grossman at andrew.grossman@wsj.com ... ... hel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com and Andrew Grossman at andrew.grossman@wsj.com ... ... pany. Alstom has in recent years faced a number of bribery investigations around the world, and the u.s. probe has also led to charges being brought against former executives. Earlier this month, Just ... ... hel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com and Andrew Grossman at andrew.grossman@wsj.com ...
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 11:27:09 EST

Digits
Silicon Valley Trails Big u.s. Companies in Women CEOs and Directors
The share of women leaders at Silicon Valley companies has increased steadily over two decades, according to a new study. But only about 10% of directors at Silicon Valley’s largest companies are women, compared with about 21% of directors at S&P 100 co
... in finding women,” Bell says. ... ... in finding women,” Bell says. ... ... in finding women,” Bell says. ... ... in finding women,” Bell says. ... ... in finding women,” Bell says. ... ... in finding women,” Bell says. ...
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 09:27:12 EST

Latin America News
Venezuela's Leader Blasts u.s. Over New Sanctions
Embattled President Nicolás Maduro lashed out at Washington during a pro-government rally Monday, days after the u.s. Congress approved sanctions against Venezuelan officials amid a deepening economic crisis in this oil-rich country.
... sta faithful are going to buy it.” Write to Ezequiel Minaya at ezequiel.minaya@wsj.com ... ... sta faithful are going to buy it.” Write to Ezequiel Minaya at ezequiel.minaya@wsj.com ... ... sta faithful are going to buy it.” Write to Ezequiel Minaya at ezequiel.minaya@wsj.com ... ... sta faithful are going to buy it.” Write to Ezequiel Minaya at ezequiel.minaya@wsj.com ... ... erica studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, said that Mr. Maduro’s strategy of blaming the u.s. for Venezuela’s economic troubles is a “time-proven tactic to deflect attention away from r ... ... sta faithful are going to buy it.” Write to Ezequiel Minaya at ezequiel.minaya@wsj.com ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 22:10:16 EST

U S Economy
u.s. Industrial Production Surpasses Prerecession Peak
u.s. manufacturing output climbed past its prerecession peak this fall, suggesting the American economy is on solid footing despite growing signs of weakness abroad.
... dorf contributed to this article Write to Jeffrey Sparshott at jeffrey.sparshott@wsj.com ... ... dorf contributed to this article Write to Jeffrey Sparshott at jeffrey.sparshott@wsj.com ... ... dorf contributed to this article Write to Jeffrey Sparshott at jeffrey.sparshott@wsj.com ... ... dorf contributed to this article Write to Jeffrey Sparshott at jeffrey.sparshott@wsj.com ... ... Overall industrial output in November was up 5.2% from a year earlier. The relative strength of the u.s. economy has pushed up the value of the dollar against the euro, the yen and other currencies, c ... ... dorf contributed to this article Write to Jeffrey Sparshott at jeffrey.sparshott@wsj.com ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 20:56:24 EST

World News
u.s. Marine Charged With Murder in Philippines
The case involves the alleged killing of a Filipino woman in October and has been seized on by opponents of a u.s.-Philippines military pact.
... e moved to a Philippine jail if he is tried. Write to Cris Larano at cris.larano@wsj.com ... ... e moved to a Philippine jail if he is tried. Write to Cris Larano at cris.larano@wsj.com ... ... e moved to a Philippine jail if he is tried. Write to Cris Larano at cris.larano@wsj.com ... ... e moved to a Philippine jail if he is tried. Write to Cris Larano at cris.larano@wsj.com ... ... la. That arrangement reflects a separate Visiting Forces Agreement between the Philippines and the u.s. regarding criminal matters involving American soldiers. The family of Ms. Laude wants Mr. Pembe ... ... e moved to a Philippine jail if he is tried. Write to Cris Larano at cris.larano@wsj.com ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 19:42:19 EST

Opinion
behind Israel's Jewish 'State' Uproar
Many democracies also explicitly embrace their ethnic identity. The u.s. is unusual in not doing it.
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Mon, 15 Dec 2014 18:54:31 EST

Politics And Policy
Senate Confirms Vivek Murthy as u.s. Surgeon General
The Senate on Monday confirmed Vivek Murthy as u.s. Surgeon General, in a 51-43 vote, despite opposition from antigun-control groups concerned about his comments that gun violence is a u.s. public health issue.
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Mon, 15 Dec 2014 18:46:40 EST

Markets
Canada to Clamp Down on Routing Stock Orders to u.s.
Canadian regulators signaled Monday that they are moving ahead with plans to clamp down on efforts by domestic brokers to route stock orders to u.s. trading venues.
... and to increase, industry sources have said. Write to Ben Dummett at ben.dummett@wsj.com ... ... and to increase, industry sources have said. Write to Ben Dummett at ben.dummett@wsj.com ... ... and to increase, industry sources have said. Write to Ben Dummett at ben.dummett@wsj.com ... ... and to increase, industry sources have said. Write to Ben Dummett at ben.dummett@wsj.com ... ... r-dealers to execute and print trades for stocks listed both on the Toronto Stock Exchange and on a u.s. stock market or equity trading platform. But as domestic dealers face increasing pressure to cu ... ... and to increase, industry sources have said. Write to Ben Dummett at ben.dummett@wsj.com ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 15:56:48 EST

U S Economy
u.s. Home-Builder Confidence Declined Slightly in December
A gauge of home-builder sentiment ticked down this month, the latest mixed signal for the u.s. housing recovery.
... terprises Inc., told analysts last week. Write to Ben Leubsdorf at ben.leubsdorf@wsj.com ... ... terprises Inc., told analysts last week. Write to Ben Leubsdorf at ben.leubsdorf@wsj.com ... ... terprises Inc., told analysts last week. Write to Ben Leubsdorf at ben.leubsdorf@wsj.com ... ... terprises Inc., told analysts last week. Write to Ben Leubsdorf at ben.leubsdorf@wsj.com ... ... ry, according to Freddie Mac. Sales of previously owned homes, which account for roughly 90% of the u.s. market, have gained traction in recent months and in October reached their highest level in a y ... ... terprises Inc., told analysts last week. Write to Ben Leubsdorf at ben.leubsdorf@wsj.com ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 10:12:03 EST

Oil Markets
opec Oil Prices Fall Below $60 a Barrel
opec’s basket of crudes fell below $60 a barrel Friday for the first time since oil prices began sliding this summer.
... above to balance their government budgets. Write to Benoît Faucon benoit.faucon@wsj.com ... ... barrel Friday, the group said. That compares with $60.50 a barrel the previous day. The majority of opec members need prices at $100 a barrel or above to balance their government budgets. Write to Be ... ... above to balance their government budgets. Write to Benoît Faucon benoit.faucon@wsj.com ... ... above to balance their government budgets. Write to Benoît Faucon benoit.faucon@wsj.com ... ... above to balance their government budgets. Write to Benoît Faucon benoit.faucon@wsj.com ... ... above to balance their government budgets. Write to Benoît Faucon benoit.faucon@wsj.com ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 04:40:19 EST

Asia News
Sydney Cafe Siege Sparks Terror fears
Large parts of central Sydney were in lockdown Monday after at least one gunman took hostages in a cafe and placed an Islamic flag in the window, sparking concerns a terrorist attack was under way. So far, five people have safely exited the cafe.
... other companies also closed their offices and told staff to go home, or made the decision to remain behind locked doors. Sydney’s Opera House was among the buildings evacuated as part of the police ... ... Sydney contributed to this article. Write to Rebecca Thurlow at rebecca.thurlow@wsj.com ... ... Sydney contributed to this article. Write to Rebecca Thurlow at rebecca.thurlow@wsj.com ... ... ion to the police shooting of an 18 year-old Islamic State sympathizer in September. Muslim leaders fear the latest development risks igniting community tension, and may lead to acts of random retalia ... ... ponse to the siege, as police boats patrolled the nearby harbor. The u.s. State Department said the u.s. Consulate-General had been evacuated, with all personnel accounted for. Australia’s stock mar ... ... Sydney contributed to this article. Write to Rebecca Thurlow at rebecca.thurlow@wsj.com ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 03:40:48 EST

World News
Sydney Siege Sparks Terror fears
SYDNEY—Large parts of central Sydney were in lockdown Monday after at least one gunman took hostages in a cafe and draped an Islamic flag in the window, sparking concerns a terrorist attack was under way.
... other companies also closed their offices and told staff to go home, or made the decision to remain behind locked doors. Sydney’s Opera House was among the buildings evacuated as part of the police ... ... then, Rhiannon Hoyle, James Glynn and Ross Kelly in Sydney contributed to this article. ... ... then, Rhiannon Hoyle, James Glynn and Ross Kelly in Sydney contributed to this article. ... ... ion to the police shooting of an 18 year-old Islamic State sympathizer in September. Muslim leaders fear the latest development risks igniting community tension, and may lead to acts of random retalia ... ... then, Rhiannon Hoyle, James Glynn and Ross Kelly in Sydney contributed to this article. ... ... then, Rhiannon Hoyle, James Glynn and Ross Kelly in Sydney contributed to this article. ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 01:15:51 EST

Business
China's Hard Line on Biotech Burns u.s. Hay
China’s tough new stance on imports of genetically modified crops is shaking up a little-noticed u.s. industry: hay.
... i Yap contributed to this article. ... ... i Yap contributed to this article. ... ... i Yap contributed to this article. ... ... i Yap contributed to this article. ... ... dified seeds, but its approval process often takes longer than in other big countries, according to u.s. industry executives. —Chuin-Wei Yap contributed to this article. ... ... i Yap contributed to this article. ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 01:14:15 EST

Abreast Of The Market
Has the Bounce Gone From u.s. Stocks' Step?
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... mptomatic of what we think we are going to see over the next six to 12 months,” he said. ... ... mptomatic of what we think we are going to see over the next six to 12 months,” he said. ... ... mptomatic of what we think we are going to see over the next six to 12 months,” he said. ... ... residential election raised worries the country could pull back from some of its austerity program. fears have spread that China could miss its 7.5% growth target this year. Last week a working paper ... ... which oversees $25.9 billion, agrees with Mr. Morris on the broad outlook, although he prefers the u.s. market. “The economic fundamentals here are more attractive than virtually anywhere in the wo ... ... mptomatic of what we think we are going to see over the next six to 12 months,” he said. ...
Sun, 14 Dec 2014 23:27:42 EST

Business
China's Hard Line on Biotech Burns u.s. Hay
China’s tough new stance on imports of genetically modified crops is shaking up a little-noticed u.s. industry: hay.
... Chuin-Wei Yap contributed to this article. Write to Jesse Newman at jesse.newman@wsj.com ... ... Chuin-Wei Yap contributed to this article. Write to Jesse Newman at jesse.newman@wsj.com ... ... Chuin-Wei Yap contributed to this article. Write to Jesse Newman at jesse.newman@wsj.com ... ... Chuin-Wei Yap contributed to this article. Write to Jesse Newman at jesse.newman@wsj.com ... ... dified seeds, but its approval process often takes longer than in other big countries, according to u.s. industry executives. —Chuin-Wei Yap contributed to this article. Write to Jesse Newman ... ... Chuin-Wei Yap contributed to this article. Write to Jesse Newman at jesse.newman@wsj.com ...
Sun, 14 Dec 2014 22:10:02 EST



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