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Commodities
Iron ore falls on China demand fears
Big three producers have no plans to curtail output
... ghly double this year’s 60m-tonne surplus, through mine closures and restocking at Chinese ports. ... ... ghly double this year’s 60m-tonne surplus, through mine closures and restocking at Chinese ports. ... ... ghly double this year’s 60m-tonne surplus, through mine closures and restocking at Chinese ports. ... ... w supply from the world’s biggest and lowest-cost producers has hit the market. At the same time, fears about slowing demand in China, the world’s biggest consumer of seaborne iron ore, have inten ... ... ghly double this year’s 60m-tonne surplus, through mine closures and restocking at Chinese ports. ... ... ghly double this year’s 60m-tonne surplus, through mine closures and restocking at Chinese ports. ...
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 16:40:28 GMT

Europe
US experts fear Russia sanctions blowback
US and EU measures seen as counter-productive and potentially dangerous
... sians, meanwhile, who have weathered several economic crises since the Soviet collapse, would rally behind the leadership – not press to change it. Instead, the measures risked fragmenting the globa ... ... cial uprising is caused and the current regime is overthrown. But I think such efforts will fail.” ... ... cial uprising is caused and the current regime is overthrown. But I think such efforts will fail.” ... ... d Christopher Clark’s The Sleepwalkers, a recent book on the origins of the first world war. “I fear very much that . . . there is an element of sleepwalking in the policies of key players ... ... cial uprising is caused and the current regime is overthrown. But I think such efforts will fail.” ... ... cial uprising is caused and the current regime is overthrown. But I think such efforts will fail.” ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 15:23:29 GMT

Media
Publicis results lag behind rivals
French advertising company is regrouping after failed merger with Omnicom
... as become clear that the transition from analogue to digital is gathering pace,” the group said. ... ... as become clear that the transition from analogue to digital is gathering pace,” the group said. ... ... as become clear that the transition from analogue to digital is gathering pace,” the group said. ... ... as become clear that the transition from analogue to digital is gathering pace,” the group said. ... ... as become clear that the transition from analogue to digital is gathering pace,” the group said. ... ... as become clear that the transition from analogue to digital is gathering pace,” the group said. ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 12:23:15 GMT

Markets
Eurozone crisis fears re-emerge
Markets unsure if ECB bank stress test results will be positive
... react if they thought Mr Draghi had really sorted out the banks. ralph.atkins@ft.com More video ... ... react if they thought Mr Draghi had really sorted out the banks. ralph.atkins@ft.com More video ... ... react if they thought Mr Draghi had really sorted out the banks. ralph.atkins@ft.com More video ... ... priced into markets, the reaction could be modest, or amount to a “relief” rally. Conversely, a fear I have heard among investors is that there is “too much consensus” around a relatively harm ... ... react if they thought Mr Draghi had really sorted out the banks. ralph.atkins@ft.com More video ... ... react if they thought Mr Draghi had really sorted out the banks. ralph.atkins@ft.com More video ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 07:59:15 GMT

Capital Markets
Africa bond rally halts amid Ebola fear
Ghana defers planned sale of local currency debt
... nch. “The troughs and peaks in Africa are simply greater because the markets are less liquid.” ... ... nch. “The troughs and peaks in Africa are simply greater because the markets are less liquid.” ... ... nch. “The troughs and peaks in Africa are simply greater because the markets are less liquid.” ... ... nch. “The troughs and peaks in Africa are simply greater because the markets are less liquid.” ... ... nch. “The troughs and peaks in Africa are simply greater because the markets are less liquid.” ... ... nch. “The troughs and peaks in Africa are simply greater because the markets are less liquid.” ...
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14:49:01 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
Falling oil price raises shale concerns
Cost of US production has emerged as critical question for investors
... tput will be a lot more resilient than its competitors in other oil-producing countries would hope. ... ... tput will be a lot more resilient than its competitors in other oil-producing countries would hope. ... ... tput will be a lot more resilient than its competitors in other oil-producing countries would hope. ... ... tput will be a lot more resilient than its competitors in other oil-producing countries would hope. ... ... tput will be a lot more resilient than its competitors in other oil-producing countries would hope. ... ... ents per thousand cubic feet, compared with a benchmark US gas price of about $3.70. If oil-focused shale companies can follow that example, US output will be a lot more resilient than its competitors ...
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 07:35:47 GMT

Opinion
A modern plague spread by love and fear
Vaccines and experimental drugs are not likely to save west Africa from Ebola, says Wendy Orent
... of ‘Plague: The Mysterious Past and Terrifying Future of the World’s Most Dangerous Disease’ ... ... of ‘Plague: The Mysterious Past and Terrifying Future of the World’s Most Dangerous Disease’ ... ... of ‘Plague: The Mysterious Past and Terrifying Future of the World’s Most Dangerous Disease’ ... ... offices play a large part in spreading the disease. So does flight. The people of Ganta in Liberia, fearing the quarantine imposed on neighbouring towns and the dead bodies lying in the streets, left ... ... of ‘Plague: The Mysterious Past and Terrifying Future of the World’s Most Dangerous Disease’ ... ... of ‘Plague: The Mysterious Past and Terrifying Future of the World’s Most Dangerous Disease’ ...
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 17:07:31 GMT

Banks
Fed did not act on JPMorgan ‘whale’ fears
Report finds regulator failed to share concerns over bank unit
... ightened expectations” that also come with potentially tougher enforcement actions for violations. ... ... ightened expectations” that also come with potentially tougher enforcement actions for violations. ... ... ightened expectations” that also come with potentially tougher enforcement actions for violations. ... ... ightened expectations” that also come with potentially tougher enforcement actions for violations. ... ... ightened expectations” that also come with potentially tougher enforcement actions for violations. ... ... ightened expectations” that also come with potentially tougher enforcement actions for violations. ...
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 16:11:59 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
Investors in UK debt fear hung parliament
If fiscal consolidation is delayed, a sell-off looks more likely say analysts
... e expectations than longer-dated debt, are likely to bear the brunt of changing investor sentiment. ... ... e expectations than longer-dated debt, are likely to bear the brunt of changing investor sentiment. ... ... e expectations than longer-dated debt, are likely to bear the brunt of changing investor sentiment. ... ... e expectations than longer-dated debt, are likely to bear the brunt of changing investor sentiment. ... ... e expectations than longer-dated debt, are likely to bear the brunt of changing investor sentiment. ... ... e expectations than longer-dated debt, are likely to bear the brunt of changing investor sentiment. ...
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 14:33:00 GMT

Opinion
No Blofeld behind bond (market) avalanche
The plunge suggested a dynamite cause, yet nothing much had happened, writes James Mackintosh
... forces do their worst, and investors will be wishing they had one of Q’s gadgets to protect them. ... ... forces do their worst, and investors will be wishing they had one of Q’s gadgets to protect them. ... ... forces do their worst, and investors will be wishing they had one of Q’s gadgets to protect them. ... ... some good news. Exchange traded funds investing in illiquid markets were not the disaster that was feared. Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou, a JPMorgan strategist, says there was only a “relatively modest d ... ... forces do their worst, and investors will be wishing they had one of Q’s gadgets to protect them. ... ... forces do their worst, and investors will be wishing they had one of Q’s gadgets to protect them. ...
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 05:53:12 GMT

Opinion
Oil gush keeps prices low as fear is high
There is a surplus of geopolitical risk in the world, but a greater surplus of oil, writes Daniel Yergin
... irman of IHS and author of ‘The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World’ ... ... at current prices – they have the staying power to endure the cycle. Further declines could lead opec countries to try to cut production in concert, but there will be much arguing about at what lev ... ... irman of IHS and author of ‘The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World’ ... ... irman of IHS and author of ‘The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World’ ... ... irman of IHS and author of ‘The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World’ ... ... rplus of oil. Although some in Europe and the Middle East are sceptical, the revolution in American shale gas and tight oil is real. US crude oil output is up almost 80 per cent since 2008, supplying ...
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 17:32:10 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
Chesapeake sells shale fields for $5.38bn
Energy group’s shares rise on the higher than expected price of its deal with Southwestern
... enough potential to grow at the pace we need to grow to make this valuation look very, very good.” ... ... enough potential to grow at the pace we need to grow to make this valuation look very, very good.” ... ... enough potential to grow at the pace we need to grow to make this valuation look very, very good.” ... ... enough potential to grow at the pace we need to grow to make this valuation look very, very good.” ... ... enough potential to grow at the pace we need to grow to make this valuation look very, very good.” ... ... clude some working production. The gasfields have 435 horizontal wells in production across the two shale areas, with an output in September of 336m cubic feet of gas equivalent per day: 55 per cent o ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 17:01:55 GMT

Capital Markets
Greek sell-off revives eurozone fears
Diverging bond spreads reflect investor unease on economy
... it will be enough’ talk of [ECB president Mario] Draghi to the test. He has to show his cards.” ... ... it will be enough’ talk of [ECB president Mario] Draghi to the test. He has to show his cards.” ... ... it will be enough’ talk of [ECB president Mario] Draghi to the test. He has to show his cards.” ... ... ets in 2010 are unhelpful, though, he says. “The circumstances are very different. That was about fears around the break-up of the eurozone. This is more compartmentalised and down to Greece trying ... ... it will be enough’ talk of [ECB president Mario] Draghi to the test. He has to show his cards.” ... ... it will be enough’ talk of [ECB president Mario] Draghi to the test. He has to show his cards.” ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 14:59:46 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
Pioneer sees shale weathering crude slump
Continental chief says companies may cut capital spending but are better placed than two years ago
... fore people get drunk on their own wine, they ought to realise that it’s not forever,” he said. ... ... fore people get drunk on their own wine, they ought to realise that it’s not forever,” he said. ... ... fore people get drunk on their own wine, they ought to realise that it’s not forever,” he said. ... ... fore people get drunk on their own wine, they ought to realise that it’s not forever,” he said. ... ... fore people get drunk on their own wine, they ought to realise that it’s not forever,” he said. ... ... ansport, where there is still no fully effective alternative to oil. But he added that even the US shale boom, as spectacular as it has been so far, must eventually run out. “Before people get drun ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 11:42:44 GMT

Columnists
fear and loathing in the land of the free
The GOP may be the ugly party but the one whose symbol is, appropriately, a donkey is mulish
... comparable test. But all else is dross. Parties that once mattered do not any more. onohana@aol.com ... ... comparable test. But all else is dross. Parties that once mattered do not any more. onohana@aol.com ... ... comparable test. But all else is dross. Parties that once mattered do not any more. onohana@aol.com ... ... blicans. Those in tight re-election races do not want him anywhere near their state or district for fear his unpopularity might drag them down, even though many of them owe their places in Congress to ... ... comparable test. But all else is dross. Parties that once mattered do not any more. onohana@aol.com ... ... comparable test. But all else is dross. Parties that once mattered do not any more. onohana@aol.com ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 10:08:14 GMT

The Commodities Note
Low oil prices do not ensure shale output cuts
Quest for revenue often outweighs cost of production debate
... Jonathan Kingsman is the founder of sugar consultancy Kingsman and currently a consultant to Platts ... ... Jonathan Kingsman is the founder of sugar consultancy Kingsman and currently a consultant to Platts ... ... Jonathan Kingsman is the founder of sugar consultancy Kingsman and currently a consultant to Platts ... ... Jonathan Kingsman is the founder of sugar consultancy Kingsman and currently a consultant to Platts ... ... Jonathan Kingsman is the founder of sugar consultancy Kingsman and currently a consultant to Platts ... ... ent benchmark hovering close to $85 a barrel, the debate has been where the break even point for US shale producers is and whether a fall in prices will lead to a cut in output. Unfortunately cost of ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 08:05:56 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
fears mount of Venezuela default
Deteriorating economy has forced president to slash imports to cover foreign debt payments
... ign break-even oil price” is above $100 a barrel, some 17 per cent higher than current oil prices. ... ... ’s calls for an emergency meeting. Indeed, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq, which account for half of opec’s output, are currently selling crude to Asian buyers at a discount in order to maintain mark ... ... ign break-even oil price” is above $100 a barrel, some 17 per cent higher than current oil prices. ... ... turing debt. Yet, although the country also has low debt-to-GDP ratios, this has not calmed default fears. This week, Harvard University economists Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff said there was an ... ... ign break-even oil price” is above $100 a barrel, some 17 per cent higher than current oil prices. ... ... . The fall in world oil prices has highlighted how slowing energy demand combined with increased shale gas production in the US has changed the balance of global energy production and the geopoliti ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 07:21:28 GMT

Banks
Bank investors fear new outlook for rates
US bank stocks suffer worst one-day fall in almost two years
... locked in ultra-low rates that there are doubts over how much more can be wrung out of this market. ... ... locked in ultra-low rates that there are doubts over how much more can be wrung out of this market. ... ... locked in ultra-low rates that there are doubts over how much more can be wrung out of this market. ... ... or loans and investments. The belief has grown in recent months until, abruptly, markets shunted to fears about contagion from a stubbornly weak European economy and the potential US impact of events ... ... locked in ultra-low rates that there are doubts over how much more can be wrung out of this market. ... ... locked in ultra-low rates that there are doubts over how much more can be wrung out of this market. ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 22:37:39 GMT

Business
Tata Steel sale plan sparks jobs fears
European division with nearly 6,000 UK workers is on the block
... UK’s steel industry compared with 19,000 today. Additional reporting by James Crabtree in Mumbai ... ... UK’s steel industry compared with 19,000 today. Additional reporting by James Crabtree in Mumbai ... ... UK’s steel industry compared with 19,000 today. Additional reporting by James Crabtree in Mumbai ... ... UK’s steel industry compared with 19,000 today. Additional reporting by James Crabtree in Mumbai ... ... UK’s steel industry compared with 19,000 today. Additional reporting by James Crabtree in Mumbai ... ... UK’s steel industry compared with 19,000 today. Additional reporting by James Crabtree in Mumbai ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 19:45:13 GMT

Markets
fear returns with yield plunge
Market move is enough to spook anyone investing in equities
... a long time but admits: “Our biggest concern is that we are not sure as to what is happening.” ... ... n 27 per cent dive in the price of Brent crude since June also provides no healthy explanation. The opec politics of supply, combined with concerns over global economic growth, certainly justify a fal ... ... a long time but admits: “Our biggest concern is that we are not sure as to what is happening.” ... ... a long time but admits: “Our biggest concern is that we are not sure as to what is happening.” ... ... a long time but admits: “Our biggest concern is that we are not sure as to what is happening.” ... ... a long time but admits: “Our biggest concern is that we are not sure as to what is happening.” ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 14:33:24 GMT

Europe
Ukraine fears winter energy crisis
Conflict in the east now endangering coal supplies, adding to country’s energy woes
... ock to help customers keep their flats warm if the electricity and gas both get cut off,” he said. ... ... ock to help customers keep their flats warm if the electricity and gas both get cut off,” he said. ... ... ock to help customers keep their flats warm if the electricity and gas both get cut off,” he said. ... ... ock to help customers keep their flats warm if the electricity and gas both get cut off,” he said. ... ... ock to help customers keep their flats warm if the electricity and gas both get cut off,” he said. ... ... ock to help customers keep their flats warm if the electricity and gas both get cut off,” he said. ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 13:53:53 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
Falling oil price hurts shale explorers
Energy companies struggle to generate sufficient cash to cover their capital spending
... s. “The risk for the Saudis is that they overdo it, and end up with $150 oil on the other side.” ... ... look relatively attractive. The producers that are more at risk, he argues, will be some members of opec, the oil producers’ cartel, such as Venezuela, and the oil sands of western Canada. Statoil, ... ... s. “The risk for the Saudis is that they overdo it, and end up with $150 oil on the other side.” ... ... s. “The risk for the Saudis is that they overdo it, and end up with $150 oil on the other side.” ... ... s. “The risk for the Saudis is that they overdo it, and end up with $150 oil on the other side.” ... ... h committing more debt and equity capital to the industry. Mr Verleger believes the economics of US shale will continue to look relatively attractive. The producers that are more at risk, he argues, w ...
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 12:46:22 GMT

Commodities
opec unlikely to cut production
IEA says cartel will not play traditional swing producer role
... forecast global oil demand growth of 1.1m b/d next year compared to initial estimates of 1.2m b/d. ... ... ack in higher cost production, such as from US shale formations. This, rather than supply cuts from opec, in particular the cartel’s largest producer Saudi Arabia, would increasingly be the mechanis ... ... forecast global oil demand growth of 1.1m b/d next year compared to initial estimates of 1.2m b/d. ... ... forecast global oil demand growth of 1.1m b/d next year compared to initial estimates of 1.2m b/d. ... ... forecast global oil demand growth of 1.1m b/d next year compared to initial estimates of 1.2m b/d. ... ... n its monthly report. Oil from deepwater reserves, oil sands, and particularly from North American shale – or “light, tight oil” – plays are widely considered to be those types of crude oil p ...
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 10:26:29 GMT

Capital Markets
fear gauge’ highest since eurozone panic
Increase in jitters suggests central banks are losing some of their grip on financial markets
... capital, rushing in to buy on any 2 or 3 per cent dip in the stock markets could be big mistake.” ... ... capital, rushing in to buy on any 2 or 3 per cent dip in the stock markets could be big mistake.” ... ... capital, rushing in to buy on any 2 or 3 per cent dip in the stock markets could be big mistake.” ... ... Street fear gauge” – jumped to 24.6 late on Monday, the highest since June 2012, when investors feared the eurozone was close to breaking up. The comparable index for European shares is the highes ... ... capital, rushing in to buy on any 2 or 3 per cent dip in the stock markets could be big mistake.” ... ... capital, rushing in to buy on any 2 or 3 per cent dip in the stock markets could be big mistake.” ...
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 08:17:18 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
Salmond blasts Treasury over RBS move fears
First minister calls for probe into alleged breach of insider dealing rules
... the more controversial suggestion of restricting the powers of Scottish MPs in the House of Commons. ... ... the more controversial suggestion of restricting the powers of Scottish MPs in the House of Commons. ... ... the more controversial suggestion of restricting the powers of Scottish MPs in the House of Commons. ... ... the more controversial suggestion of restricting the powers of Scottish MPs in the House of Commons. ... ... the more controversial suggestion of restricting the powers of Scottish MPs in the House of Commons. ... ... the more controversial suggestion of restricting the powers of Scottish MPs in the House of Commons. ...
Sun, 12 Oct 2014 16:36:49 GMT

Pensions
Friends Life fears pension reform risks
Tim Tookey warns providers will be held responsible if retirees ran out of cash amid ‘blame culture’
... aid. “It’s a much more efficient and effective way of interacting with the regulatory regime.” ... ... aid. “It’s a much more efficient and effective way of interacting with the regulatory regime.” ... ... aid. “It’s a much more efficient and effective way of interacting with the regulatory regime.” ... ... aid. “It’s a much more efficient and effective way of interacting with the regulatory regime.” ... ... aid. “It’s a much more efficient and effective way of interacting with the regulatory regime.” ... ... aid. “It’s a much more efficient and effective way of interacting with the regulatory regime.” ...
Sun, 12 Oct 2014 15:18:36 GMT

Europe
Russia’s Estonian swoop stirs Baltic fears
The FSB’s border snatch of Eston Kohver is seen as a provocation to Nato
... a Lithuanian fishing boat in international waters, according to EU officials. Moscow has also been behind other harassments, from a growing number of air incursions by its military aircraft across th ... ... one said. “Others might say, ‘Oh, these Baltic countries, they are a pain in the neck.’ ” ... ... one said. “Others might say, ‘Oh, these Baltic countries, they are a pain in the neck.’ ” ... ... stonians seem more on edge. A survey by the defence ministry this year showed 27 per cent of people feared an invasion – up 16 percentage points from 2013. A lawyer working on Mr Kohver’s case say ... ... one said. “Others might say, ‘Oh, these Baltic countries, they are a pain in the neck.’ ” ... ... one said. “Others might say, ‘Oh, these Baltic countries, they are a pain in the neck.’ ” ...
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 17:32:38 GMT

Commodities
Oil nears four-year low on growth fears
Brent benchmark crude price falls below $89 a barrel
... ombination of increased output from Opec Libya and non-Opec producers and softening demand has been behind the sell-off, which has gathered pace in the past week after Saudi Arabia, the world’s larg ... ... id all eyes would now be on Friday’s monthly report from opec, especially the output data. “Are opec members in general and Saudi Arabia in particular trying to support oil prices by cutting produ ... ... is in their focus?” he said. Additional reporting by Gregory Meyer and Mamta Badkar in New York ... ... al economy has darkened in recent weeks. News that German exports had plunged in August has fuelled fear the eurozone’s largest economy may be slipping into recession while growth in China has slowe ... ... is in their focus?” he said. Additional reporting by Gregory Meyer and Mamta Badkar in New York ... ... is in their focus?” he said. Additional reporting by Gregory Meyer and Mamta Badkar in New York ...
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 10:06:05 GMT

The Connected Business
Banks fear rise of online competitors
The financial world increasingly worries about competition from companies such as Amazon and Google rather than from rival lenders
... to stave off customer defections, which supports the view that banks’ IT spending will increase. ... ... to stave off customer defections, which supports the view that banks’ IT spending will increase. ... ... to stave off customer defections, which supports the view that banks’ IT spending will increase. ... ... ficulty that consumers have in differentiating who is providing what in an online world. Banks also fear that many customers may opt out of conventional banking and migrate to what are known as peer-t ... ... to stave off customer defections, which supports the view that banks’ IT spending will increase. ... ... to stave off customer defections, which supports the view that banks’ IT spending will increase. ...
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 00:31:28 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
Global growth fears weigh on oil prices
Brent benchmark falls below $90 to its lowest level since December 2010
... ronger domestic consumption or purchases for strategic reserves, said Energy Aspects, a consultancy. ... ... cut prices to customers last week, signalling what analysts called a price war among members of the opec cartel. The US this week reported oil production had hit 8.9m barrels per day, the highest in n ... ... ronger domestic consumption or purchases for strategic reserves, said Energy Aspects, a consultancy. ... ... s, a consultancy. ... ... ronger domestic consumption or purchases for strategic reserves, said Energy Aspects, a consultancy. ... ... ronger domestic consumption or purchases for strategic reserves, said Energy Aspects, a consultancy. ...
Thu, 09 Oct 2014 22:27:24 GMT

US Politics Amp Policy
Cabin cleaners strike over Ebola fears
Protest comes as US airports step up health screenings
... er symptoms, and be given information about the virus so they can monitor themselves in the future. ... ... er symptoms, and be given information about the virus so they can monitor themselves in the future. ... ... er symptoms, and be given information about the virus so they can monitor themselves in the future. ... ... er symptoms, and be given information about the virus so they can monitor themselves in the future. ... ... er symptoms, and be given information about the virus so they can monitor themselves in the future. ... ... er symptoms, and be given information about the virus so they can monitor themselves in the future. ...
Thu, 09 Oct 2014 15:43:26 GMT

Columnists
America’s economy is cooking on shale
As businesses enjoy lower energy costs, a new spirit of collaboration is taking hold
... r not yet. This week Nick Clegg, the leader of Britain’s Liberal Democrat party, threw his weight behind shale gas. But many British politicians remain suspicious of fracking, and environmental grou ... ... r Europe, at a time when the continent needs every iota of growth it can find. gillian.tett@ft.com ... ... r Europe, at a time when the continent needs every iota of growth it can find. gillian.tett@ft.com ... ... r Europe, at a time when the continent needs every iota of growth it can find. gillian.tett@ft.com ... ... r Europe, at a time when the continent needs every iota of growth it can find. gillian.tett@ft.com ... ... old pioneers such as Mr Ratcliffe can help change this. It would be nice to hope so. But the longer shale gas remains a dirty word in Europe, the more the transatlantic gap in productivity – and psy ...
Thu, 09 Oct 2014 15:21:46 GMT

EU Economy
German exports fall stokes recession fear
Fresh signs of slowdown in Europe’s largest economy
... nd imports €70bn. Compared to August 2013, exports were down 1 per cent and imports, 2.4 per cent. ... ... nd imports €70bn. Compared to August 2013, exports were down 1 per cent and imports, 2.4 per cent. ... ... nd imports €70bn. Compared to August 2013, exports were down 1 per cent and imports, 2.4 per cent. ... ... er cent and imports, 2.4 per cent. ... ... nd imports €70bn. Compared to August 2013, exports were down 1 per cent and imports, 2.4 per cent. ... ... nd imports €70bn. Compared to August 2013, exports were down 1 per cent and imports, 2.4 per cent. ...
Thu, 09 Oct 2014 08:08:33 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
Top universities’ staff fear pension dip

... said the forum. “Reform is necessary to address the sizeable and continuing deficit in USS.” ... ... said the forum. “Reform is necessary to address the sizeable and continuing deficit in USS.” ... ... said the forum. “Reform is necessary to address the sizeable and continuing deficit in USS.” ... ... said the forum. “Reform is necessary to address the sizeable and continuing deficit in USS.” ... ... said the forum. “Reform is necessary to address the sizeable and continuing deficit in USS.” ... ... said the forum. “Reform is necessary to address the sizeable and continuing deficit in USS.” ...
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 22:16:44 GMT

Banks
Bankers fear rules will scare off talent

... us regulatory breach. Bankers who recklessly drive their firm out of business could find themselves behind bars. The regulations are meant to prevent a re-run of the banking fiascos of 2007 and 2008, ... ... y mortgage lending, and has requested statutory powers over loan-to-value and debt-to-income levels ... ... y mortgage lending, and has requested statutory powers over loan-to-value and debt-to-income levels ... ... ome observers say the real problem may be less the letter of the law and more the way that bankers fear it will be enforced by the FCA. There are concerns about the “shoot first, ask questions late ... ... y mortgage lending, and has requested statutory powers over loan-to-value and debt-to-income levels ... ... y mortgage lending, and has requested statutory powers over loan-to-value and debt-to-income levels ...
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 19:24:51 GMT

US Politics Amp Policy
Fed fears market misreading of guidance
Minutes show debate about what to do with low rates pledge
... d with their previous meeting. Inflation has been below the Fed’s 2 per cent goal for many months. ... ... d with their previous meeting. Inflation has been below the Fed’s 2 per cent goal for many months. ... ... d with their previous meeting. Inflation has been below the Fed’s 2 per cent goal for many months. ... ... d with their previous meeting. Inflation has been below the Fed’s 2 per cent goal for many months. ... ... d with their previous meeting. Inflation has been below the Fed’s 2 per cent goal for many months. ... ... d with their previous meeting. Inflation has been below the Fed’s 2 per cent goal for many months. ...
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 18:05:33 GMT

UK Equities
GKN stalls on auto production fears

... er at 10p apiece. Roman Abramovich had in 2012 paid 26.6p a share to buy a 15 per cent stake in AFC. ... ... er at 10p apiece. Roman Abramovich had in 2012 paid 26.6p a share to buy a 15 per cent stake in AFC. ... ... er at 10p apiece. Roman Abramovich had in 2012 paid 26.6p a share to buy a 15 per cent stake in AFC. ... ... piece. Roman Abramovich had in 2012 paid 26.6p a share to buy a 15 per cent stake in AFC. ... ... er at 10p apiece. Roman Abramovich had in 2012 paid 26.6p a share to buy a 15 per cent stake in AFC. ... ... er at 10p apiece. Roman Abramovich had in 2012 paid 26.6p a share to buy a 15 per cent stake in AFC. ...
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 16:52:23 GMT

UK Equities
Ebola virus fears hit UK travel stocks
Parent of Iberia and BA suffers biggest FTSE loss
... up 0.7 per cent at £15.21 and Unilever, the consumer products maker, up 0.2 per cent at £25.22. ... ... up 0.7 per cent at £15.21 and Unilever, the consumer products maker, up 0.2 per cent at £25.22. ... ... up 0.7 per cent at £15.21 and Unilever, the consumer products maker, up 0.2 per cent at £25.22. ... ... rties of major food retailers left them looking undervalued, with the recent slide in the sector on fears about intensifying competition from discount retailers looking to have taken it too far, too f ... ... up 0.7 per cent at £15.21 and Unilever, the consumer products maker, up 0.2 per cent at £25.22. ... ... up 0.7 per cent at £15.21 and Unilever, the consumer products maker, up 0.2 per cent at £25.22. ...
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 08:40:33 GMT

UK Equities
Ebola fears hit UK travel stocks
British Airways owner IAG and cruise ship operator Carnival slide
... d given recent post-drill disappointments such as Tullow Oil’s Zaedyus prospect in French Guiana. ... ... d given recent post-drill disappointments such as Tullow Oil’s Zaedyus prospect in French Guiana. ... ... d given recent post-drill disappointments such as Tullow Oil’s Zaedyus prospect in French Guiana. ... ... d given recent post-drill disappointments such as Tullow Oil’s Zaedyus prospect in French Guiana. ... ... d given recent post-drill disappointments such as Tullow Oil’s Zaedyus prospect in French Guiana. ... ... d given recent post-drill disappointments such as Tullow Oil’s Zaedyus prospect in French Guiana. ...
Tue, 07 Oct 2014 16:55:34 GMT

EU Economy
German recession fears rise
Biggest fall in industrial output in more than five years
... ay factor - contributed 2.9 percentage points to the decrease of 4 per cent in the headline figure. ... ... ay factor - contributed 2.9 percentage points to the decrease of 4 per cent in the headline figure. ... ... ay factor - contributed 2.9 percentage points to the decrease of 4 per cent in the headline figure. ... ... n industrial output suffered its biggest monthly decline in more than five years in August, raising fears that Europe’s biggest economy might be heading for recession and prompting renewed concern a ... ... ay factor - contributed 2.9 percentage points to the decrease of 4 per cent in the headline figure. ... ... ay factor - contributed 2.9 percentage points to the decrease of 4 per cent in the headline figure. ...
Tue, 07 Oct 2014 07:54:16 GMT

US Politics Amp Policy
Republicans raise Isis fears in election
Candidates attack Obama over terror policy in campaign ads
... , Ms Hagan shot back that he was “spineless” for not having a position on how to challenge Isis. ... ... , Ms Hagan shot back that he was “spineless” for not having a position on how to challenge Isis. ... ... , Ms Hagan shot back that he was “spineless” for not having a position on how to challenge Isis. ... ... , Ms Hagan shot back that he was “spineless” for not having a position on how to challenge Isis. ... ... , Ms Hagan shot back that he was “spineless” for not having a position on how to challenge Isis. ... ... , Ms Hagan shot back that he was “spineless” for not having a position on how to challenge Isis. ...
Fri, 03 Oct 2014 17:25:59 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
Shell suspends Russia shale oil venture
Sanctions take toll on co-operation between western and Russian groups
... Ukraine in June, with the two countries and the European Commission likely to meet again next week. ... ... Ukraine in June, with the two countries and the European Commission likely to meet again next week. ... ... Ukraine in June, with the two countries and the European Commission likely to meet again next week. ... ... Ukraine in June, with the two countries and the European Commission likely to meet again next week. ... ... Ukraine in June, with the two countries and the European Commission likely to meet again next week. ... ... ng work . . . with the relevant regulators”. That project is mostly conventional oil, not shale, so is unlikely to be affected by the current sanctions. More video The Anglo-Dutch company is ...
Fri, 03 Oct 2014 16:04:45 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
Labour MPs fear popularity of PM’s vows
Party’s europe and immigration views not seen as strong sellers
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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 17:01:04 GMT

US Politics Amp Policy
Business puts its cash behind Republicans
Chamber of Commerce spends $30m on midterms campaign
... to gain the majority: Arkansas, Louisiana, Iowa, Colorado, Alaska, North Carolina and New Hampshire. ... ... to gain the majority: Arkansas, Louisiana, Iowa, Colorado, Alaska, North Carolina and New Hampshire. ... ... to gain the majority: Arkansas, Louisiana, Iowa, Colorado, Alaska, North Carolina and New Hampshire. ... ... to gain the majority: Arkansas, Louisiana, Iowa, Colorado, Alaska, North Carolina and New Hampshire. ... ... to gain the majority: Arkansas, Louisiana, Iowa, Colorado, Alaska, North Carolina and New Hampshire. ... ... to gain the majority: Arkansas, Louisiana, Iowa, Colorado, Alaska, North Carolina and New Hampshire. ...
Thu, 02 Oct 2014 13:14:51 GMT

UK Equities
BG retreats on production downgrade fears
Company risks ‘falling short of contractual obligations in 2015’
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Wed, 01 Oct 2014 17:48:04 GMT

US Equities
Utilities win as eurozone fears damp tech
S&P 500 slumped as investors sold off positions in the technology and industrial sectors
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Wed, 01 Oct 2014 17:38:24 GMT

Currencies
Rouble hits low on capital control fears

... ssed only by that of the Argentine peso, which collapsed after a 20 per cent devaluation in January. ... ... ssed only by that of the Argentine peso, which collapsed after a 20 per cent devaluation in January. ... ... ssed only by that of the Argentine peso, which collapsed after a 20 per cent devaluation in January. ... ... ssed only by that of the Argentine peso, which collapsed after a 20 per cent devaluation in January. ... ... ssed only by that of the Argentine peso, which collapsed after a 20 per cent devaluation in January. ... ... ssed only by that of the Argentine peso, which collapsed after a 20 per cent devaluation in January. ...
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 14:09:25 GMT

China
HK activists defiant but still fear China
Threat remains of military intervention to control protests
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Mon, 29 Sep 2014 16:33:42 GMT

Energy
Sumitomo’s US shale oil foray turns sour
Writedowns associated with Texas project nearly wipe out year’s earnings
... A minus, to negative from stable. Sumitomo is due to announce its first-half results on October 31. ... ... A minus, to negative from stable. Sumitomo is due to announce its first-half results on October 31. ... ... A minus, to negative from stable. Sumitomo is due to announce its first-half results on October 31. ... ... A minus, to negative from stable. Sumitomo is due to announce its first-half results on October 31. ... ... A minus, to negative from stable. Sumitomo is due to announce its first-half results on October 31. ... ... duction to recover the investment”. Other Japanese trading companies have taken big writedowns as shale bets have soured. Itochu Corp, the third largest trader by market capitalisation, has written ...
Mon, 29 Sep 2014 16:29:34 GMT

Africa
Cocoa traders fear spread of Ebola
Prices at 3½ year high on worries virus could spread to the chocolate ingredient producer
... ian Lude at Maviga, the commodities trader, says “any bit of news would have an instant effect”. ... ... ian Lude at Maviga, the commodities trader, says “any bit of news would have an instant effect”. ... ... ian Lude at Maviga, the commodities trader, says “any bit of news would have an instant effect”. ... ... rrent outbreak could infect 1.4m people in west Africa by January. “The market is being driven by fear,” says Jonathan Parkman, co-head of agriculture at Marex Spectron, a London-based commodities ... ... ian Lude at Maviga, the commodities trader, says “any bit of news would have an instant effect”. ... ... ian Lude at Maviga, the commodities trader, says “any bit of news would have an instant effect”. ...
Mon, 29 Sep 2014 15:51:50 GMT



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U S Economy
u.s. Retail Sales Post Biggest Gain in Eight Months
u.s. retail sales climbed 0.7% in November from a month earlier, as Americans stepped up their shopping amid lower gasoline prices and brisk job growth.
... r more than two-thirds of the goods and services produced in the U.S., making it the biggest factor behind the economy’s growth. The U.S. economy grew at a 3.9% annual pace in the third quarter afte ... ... Write to Josh Mitchell at joshua.mitchell@wsj.com ... ... Write to Josh Mitchell at joshua.mitchell@wsj.com ... ... Write to Josh Mitchell at joshua.mitchell@wsj.com ... ... and services produced in the u.s., making it the biggest factor behind the economy’s growth. The u.s. economy grew at a 3.9% annual pace in the third quarter after expanding at a 4.6% rate in the s ... ... Write to Josh Mitchell at joshua.mitchell@wsj.com ...
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 15:09:24 EST

Europe News
Hungary Tax Official Sues u.s. Envoy
Pushed by prime minister Viktor Orban, the head of Hungary’s Tax Office has taken legal action against the u.s. envoy to Budapest, M. André Goodfriend, a sign of further deterioration in the relations between the two countries.
... ion against the U.S. envoy. He also called upon Mr. Goodfriend “to act like a man” and not hide behind his diplomatic immunity but “stand up for what he has said.” Mr. Goodfriend said in an in ... ... ks. The treaty sets out the rules for the investigation of transnational criminal conduct. ... ... ks. The treaty sets out the rules for the investigation of transnational criminal conduct. ... ... ks. The treaty sets out the rules for the investigation of transnational criminal conduct. ... ... ent on Monday. A message posted on Mr. Goodfriend‘s Twitter account earlier this week said the “u.s. and Hungary have excellent legal cooperation, including a Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty,” wi ... ... ks. The treaty sets out the rules for the investigation of transnational criminal conduct. ...
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 12:07:47 EST

U S News
Enrollment Falls Again at u.s. Colleges
u.s. college and university enrollments slid 1.3% this fall to 19.6 million, dragged down by a 6% decline in students at two-year public schools and a drop in students over age 24.
... .9% of the student population this fall. Write to Melissa Korn at melissa.korn@wsj.com ... ... .9% of the student population this fall. Write to Melissa Korn at melissa.korn@wsj.com ... ... .9% of the student population this fall. Write to Melissa Korn at melissa.korn@wsj.com ... ... .9% of the student population this fall. Write to Melissa Korn at melissa.korn@wsj.com ... ... miannual count by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center covering 96% of enrollments at u.s. schools that are eligible to receive Title IV federal student aid. The research center is an ar ... ... .9% of the student population this fall. Write to Melissa Korn at melissa.korn@wsj.com ...
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 11:46:50 EST

Economy
u.s. Import Prices Drop
Prices of imported goods posted their biggest drop in nearly two and a half years in November, more evidence that falling oil prices, slow growth abroad and a strong dollar are holding down inflation in the u.s.
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Thu, 11 Dec 2014 11:41:23 EST

Heard On The Street
Saudi Arabia's Tank Battle With shale
opec’s big producer is targeting refiners with its discounts, which should boost inventories and cause oil prices to slide further.
... am Denning at liam.denning@wsj.com ... ... am Denning at liam.denning@wsj.com ... ... am Denning at liam.denning@wsj.com ... ... am Denning at liam.denning@wsj.com ... ... ew refining capacity to have opened worldwide this quarter. Those refineries will be competing with u.s. ones, putting competitive pressure on the prices of products like gasoline. This, in turn, will ... ... am Denning at liam.denning@wsj.com ...
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 11:22:51 EST

Markets
Europe Presents Olive Branch to u.s. in Derivatives Skirmish
European policy makers took steps Thursday to ease a cross-border dispute with the u.s. over the regulation of derivatives, delaying onerous capital charges that would have gone into effect.
... rinou contributed to this article. Write to Andrew Ackerman at andrew.ackerman@wsj.com ... ... rinou contributed to this article. Write to Andrew Ackerman at andrew.ackerman@wsj.com ... ... rinou contributed to this article. Write to Andrew Ackerman at andrew.ackerman@wsj.com ... ... rinou contributed to this article. Write to Andrew Ackerman at andrew.ackerman@wsj.com ... ... would harmonize them with those in Europe. Industry observers see the spat as retaliation for steps u.s. officials took earlier this year, when the CFTC declined to grant full equivalence to European ... ... rinou contributed to this article. Write to Andrew Ackerman at andrew.ackerman@wsj.com ...
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 10:50:24 EST

Business
Oil Drop Puts Chill on u.s. Energy Drilling
u.s. energy companies are starting to cut drilling, lay off workers and slash spending in the face of an accelerating decline in oil prices, which fell to a fresh five-year low Wednesday.
... said, adding that the stock market reaction to crude’s price drop has been overblown. ... ... said, adding that the stock market reaction to crude’s price drop has been overblown. ... ... said, adding that the stock market reaction to crude’s price drop has been overblown. ... ... said, adding that the stock market reaction to crude’s price drop has been overblown. ... ... eak of 210 rigs in July but recently fell to 190 rigs. These declines don’t necessarily mean that u.s. oil output will fall, said Greg Haas, a director at research firm ... ... her sign of the energy industry’s pullback: the number of rigs drilling for oil in the Eagle Ford shale in Texas has started to drop. Drilling in the nation’s second most active oil region hit a p ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 23:12:05 EST

Asia News
Afghan Shiites fear Sectarian Strife
For now, Afghanistan has avoided the bloody sectarian strife plaguing much of the Muslim world. But many Afghan Shiites are beginning to wonder how long before they too are targeted.
... y called him the Shiite prophet. Write to Yaroslav Trofimov at yaroslav.trofimov@wsj.com ... ... y called him the Shiite prophet. Write to Yaroslav Trofimov at yaroslav.trofimov@wsj.com ... ... y called him the Shiite prophet. Write to Yaroslav Trofimov at yaroslav.trofimov@wsj.com ... ... It isn’t just the fear of Islamic State, which recently gathered pledges of allegiance from small insurgent factions a ... ... xterminating the Shiites is a higher priority than killing Western “crusaders.” Before the 2001 u.s. invasion, some Afghan Taliban commanders—often influenced by Arab jihadists—held similar vi ... ... y called him the Shiite prophet. Write to Yaroslav Trofimov at yaroslav.trofimov@wsj.com ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 22:06:30 EST

World News
u.s. House Passes Bill Sanctioning Venezuelan Officials
The u.s. House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill Wednesday sanctioning Venezuelan officials who had allegedly committed human rights abuses earlier this year.
... year, and a further 6.2% in 2015. Write to José de Córdoba at jose.decordoba@wsj.com ... ... year, and a further 6.2% in 2015. Write to José de Córdoba at jose.decordoba@wsj.com ... ... year, and a further 6.2% in 2015. Write to José de Córdoba at jose.decordoba@wsj.com ... ... year, and a further 6.2% in 2015. Write to José de Córdoba at jose.decordoba@wsj.com ... ... handling of the protests. At the time, Venezuela’s government charged the protests were part of a u.s.-organized attempt to overthrow Mr. Maduro. While protests eventually petered out, Venezuela’s ... ... year, and a further 6.2% in 2015. Write to José de Córdoba at jose.decordoba@wsj.com ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 19:09:25 EST

U S News
u.s. Spending Deal Would Extend Moratorium on Internet Access Taxes
The last-minute spending deal in Congress would extend a 15-year-old moratorium on Internet access taxes, resolving a long-running policy battle in Washington.
... ccess-tax moratorium expires again. Write to John D. McKinnon at john.mckinnon@wsj.com ... ... ccess-tax moratorium expires again. Write to John D. McKinnon at john.mckinnon@wsj.com ... ... ccess-tax moratorium expires again. Write to John D. McKinnon at john.mckinnon@wsj.com ... ... ccess-tax moratorium expires again. Write to John D. McKinnon at john.mckinnon@wsj.com ... ... ccess-tax moratorium expires again. Write to John D. McKinnon at john.mckinnon@wsj.com ... ... ccess-tax moratorium expires again. Write to John D. McKinnon at john.mckinnon@wsj.com ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 17:41:25 EST

Business
Wal-Mart Taps New u.s. Operating Head
Wal-Mart has promoted Judith McKenna to be chief operating officer for its u.s. stores, succeeding Gisel Ruiz, who has been named executive vice president of the retail giant’s international people division.
... e and smaller-format grocery stores. Write to Lauren Pollock at lauren.pollock@wsj.com ... ... e and smaller-format grocery stores. Write to Lauren Pollock at lauren.pollock@wsj.com ... ... e and smaller-format grocery stores. Write to Lauren Pollock at lauren.pollock@wsj.com ... ... e and smaller-format grocery stores. Write to Lauren Pollock at lauren.pollock@wsj.com ... ... three years ago and previously headed its Asian operations. Among the changes afoot at Wal-Mart’s u.s. stores, the company is slowing the expansion of its giant supercenters and moving into e-commer ... ... e and smaller-format grocery stores. Write to Lauren Pollock at lauren.pollock@wsj.com ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 15:32:32 EST

Today S Markets
u.s. Stocks Tumble
u.s. stocks tumbled Wednesday after a renewed decline in oil prices rattled investors and led to sharp declines in energy stocks.
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Wed, 10 Dec 2014 15:23:20 EST

U S News
u.s. Budget Deficit Narrows
The u.s. budget deficit narrowed sharply in November, helped by a shift in timing of benefit payments. The federal government’s deficit for October and November totaled $178.53 billion, down 21% from the same period a year earlier.
... ted to the aging of the population. Write to Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ... ... ted to the aging of the population. Write to Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ... ... ted to the aging of the population. Write to Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ... ... ted to the aging of the population. Write to Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ... ... for October and November totaled $178.53 billion, down 21% from the same period a year earlier, the u.s. Treasury Department said Wednesday. The federal government’s fiscal year starts Oct. 1. For N ... ... ted to the aging of the population. Write to Jonathan House at jonathan.house@wsj.com ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 14:02:38 EST

U S News
u.s. Spending Deal Raises Donors' Limits for Party Committees
The bill would ultimately allow donors to contribute $324,000 to a national party a year—10 times the current limit--drawing fire from campaign-finance watchdogs.
... sh to raise contribution limits. Write to Rebecca Ballhaus at Rebecca.Ballhaus@wsj.com ... ... sh to raise contribution limits. Write to Rebecca Ballhaus at Rebecca.Ballhaus@wsj.com ... ... sh to raise contribution limits. Write to Rebecca Ballhaus at Rebecca.Ballhaus@wsj.com ... ... sh to raise contribution limits. Write to Rebecca Ballhaus at Rebecca.Ballhaus@wsj.com ... ... A woman checks her smartphone as she walks past the u.s. Capitol in Washington on Dec. 4, 2014. Reuters ... ... sh to raise contribution limits. Write to Rebecca Ballhaus at Rebecca.Ballhaus@wsj.com ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 12:04:32 EST

Commodities
opec Sees Less Demand for Its Oil
opec cut its collective oil output to just above the producer group’s targeted production ceiling last month, but said it expects demand for its oil to be further below the level at which it is currently pumping next year.
... orning before the OPEC report’s release. Write to Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... onsultancies. Brent crude was down around 1.5% to $65.8 per barrel on Wednesday morning before the opec report’s release. Write to Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... orning before the OPEC report’s release. Write to Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... orning before the OPEC report’s release. Write to Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... orning before the OPEC report’s release. Write to Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... orning before the OPEC report’s release. Write to Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 07:04:23 EST

Asian Business News
Samsung to Merge Two u.s. Sales Units
The sales units for consumer electronics products and mobile devices will be combined into a single entity to enhance efficiency and streamline organization.
... tinue to focus on developing services. Write to Min-Jeong Lee at min-jeong.lee@wsj.com ... ... tinue to focus on developing services. Write to Min-Jeong Lee at min-jeong.lee@wsj.com ... ... tinue to focus on developing services. Write to Min-Jeong Lee at min-jeong.lee@wsj.com ... ... tinue to focus on developing services. Write to Min-Jeong Lee at min-jeong.lee@wsj.com ... ... expected and prices fell. The Wall Street Journal has reported that Samsung has begun consolidating u.s. operations by combining its mobile and consumer-electronics subsidiaries and cutting redundant ... ... tinue to focus on developing services. Write to Min-Jeong Lee at min-jeong.lee@wsj.com ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 05:39:13 EST

Real Estate
Funding u.s. Builders: Visa Seekers
The giant trucks pumping concrete in Hudson Yards, New York’s biggest real-estate project in a generation, are being financed by an unlikely source: about 1,200 Chinese families in search of u.s. visas.
... e trip. “Apparently not.” —Esther Fung and Wei Gu contributed to this article. ... ... e trip. “Apparently not.” —Esther Fung and Wei Gu contributed to this article. ... ... e trip. “Apparently not.” —Esther Fung and Wei Gu contributed to this article. ... ... e trip. “Apparently not.” —Esther Fung and Wei Gu contributed to this article. ... ... the number from individual countries also is capped. At times the program has invited scrutiny. The u.s. Securities and Exchange Commission last year warned of “fraudulent securities offerings” re ... ... e trip. “Apparently not.” —Esther Fung and Wei Gu contributed to this article. ...
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 01:28:33 EST

Markets
Phibro to Shut Down u.s. Business
Phibro is closing its doors in the u.s., marking the end of an era for a commodities firm that came to prominence under oil trader Andrew Hall.
... ” from OPEC, he wrote. Write to Christian Berthelsen at christian.berthelsen@wsj.com ... ... e and could become very volatile as the market strives for equilibrium without intervention” from opec, he wrote. Write to Christian Berthelsen at christian.berthelsen@wsj.com ... ... ” from OPEC, he wrote. Write to Christian Berthelsen at christian.berthelsen@wsj.com ... ... ” from OPEC, he wrote. Write to Christian Berthelsen at christian.berthelsen@wsj.com ... ... eriod of relatively stable oil prices that ended in the middle of this year. The price of benchmark u.s. oil futures has plunged about 40% in the past six months. On Tuesday, the front-month contract ... ... ” from OPEC, he wrote. Write to Christian Berthelsen at christian.berthelsen@wsj.com ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 23:08:51 EST

Politics And Policy
u.s. Lawmakers Agree on $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill
House and Senate lawmakers reached an agreement Tuesday evening on a nearly $1.1 trillion bill to fund most of the government through September and avert a shutdown, aides said.
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Tue, 09 Dec 2014 23:00:10 EST

Asia Markets
Asia Stocks Mostly Lower on Growth fears
Investors in China are on edge a day after the Shanghai benchmark recorded its biggest fall in five years.
... se the chances of further rate cuts next year. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ... ... se the chances of further rate cuts next year. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ... ... se the chances of further rate cuts next year. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ... ... se the chances of further rate cuts next year. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ... ... ay by holding fast to their optimism toward u.s. growth. Japanese stocks fell as the yen rose. The u.s. dollar traded at ¥119.47, down from ¥119.70 late Tuesday in New York. In Australia, consumer ... ... se the chances of further rate cuts next year. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 21:45:28 EST

Business
Protests Slow Pipeline Projects Across u.s., Canada
Keystone XL’s political and regulatory snarls have emboldened resistance to at least 10 other big projects, delaying six that cost a proposed $15 billion.
... inistration. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said 2.7 million cubic feet. ... ... inistration. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said 2.7 million cubic feet. ... ... inistration. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said 2.7 million cubic feet. ... ... inistration. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said 2.7 million cubic feet. ... ... ications Natural-gas production climbed 21% to 2.7 trillion cubic feet in August, according to the u.s. Energy Information Administration. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said 2.7 mill ... ... inistration. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said 2.7 million cubic feet. ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 21:28:36 EST

World News
u.s. Moves to Penalize Venezuelan Officials
The u.s. government moved closer to hardening sanctions on Venezuelan officials for alleged human rights abuses after Senate lawmakers passed a bill that now heads to the lower house, which has backed a similar proposal, for a vote this week.
... nited States have an obligation to shine a bright spotlight on Venezuela’s abuses.” ... ... nited States have an obligation to shine a bright spotlight on Venezuela’s abuses.” ... ... nited States have an obligation to shine a bright spotlight on Venezuela’s abuses.” ... ... nited States have an obligation to shine a bright spotlight on Venezuela’s abuses.” ... ... repressed the demonstrators during the protests this year. Mr. Maduro’s administration alleged a u.s.-orchestrated plot to overthrow his government. Some analysts said the bill is unlikely to persu ... ... nited States have an obligation to shine a bright spotlight on Venezuela’s abuses.” ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 21:11:37 EST

Environment Science
u.s., EU Wrangle Over Legal Force of Climate Targets
Officials from nearly 200 countries working to negotiate a climate-change agreement are wrestling with the most basic question: whether key sections of the final pact should be legally binding.
... said Elina Bardram, the EU’s senior climate negotiator. ... ... said Elina Bardram, the EU’s senior climate negotiator. ... ... said Elina Bardram, the EU’s senior climate negotiator. ... ... said Elina Bardram, the EU’s senior climate negotiator. ... ... one involved in the talks agrees that a formal treaty, which would require a two-thirds vote in the u.s. Senate, is off the table. Republicans object to any international deal that isn’t a treaty bl ... ... said Elina Bardram, the EU’s senior climate negotiator. ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 18:02:00 EST

Markets
u.s. Extends Standard Chartered Scrutiny
u.s. prosecutors are investigating Standard Chartered employees as officials examine whether the bank violated the terms of a 2012 settlement over transactions involving Iran and other countries.
... thews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com and Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ... ... thews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com and Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ... ... thews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com and Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ... ... thews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com and Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ... ... a beating from the 2012 settlements. Chairman John Peace then angered u.s. officials in March 2013 by describing the bank’s actions as “clerical errors,” and he was ... ... thews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com and Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 17:07:00 EST

Business
Canada Moves to Address Retail Price Gap With u.s.
Canada moved Tuesday to address a retail-price gap vis-à-vis the u.s. that leaves Canadians paying more for the same goods.
... ss a large but sparsely populated country. Write to Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ... ... ss a large but sparsely populated country. Write to Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ... ... ss a large but sparsely populated country. Write to Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ... ... ss a large but sparsely populated country. Write to Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ... ... llar. Last year, Canada removed tariffs on a number of goods to narrow the gap between Canadian and u.s. goods, as recommended in a report by the Canadian senate. That 2013 report suggested prices in ... ... ss a large but sparsely populated country. Write to Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:57:52 EST

Technology
Europe vs. u.s. Tech Giants
From Berlin to Madrid, from London to Paris, discontent on the European continent highlights battle over economics, culture and Internet control.
... hemselves are exploiting the European tensions to attack rivals. Microsoft has been a driving force behind the antitrust campaign against Google in Brussels, while Oracle Corp. is another member of th ... ... listair Barr contributed to this report. Write to Tom Fairless at tom.fairless@wsj.com ... ... listair Barr contributed to this report. Write to Tom Fairless at tom.fairless@wsj.com ... ... ogle. “We are just reflecting the concerns of European consumers and European enterprises.” The fears often have crystallized around Google, which has been embroiled in a series of dust-ups in Fra ... ... The public subsidies for debt are high in Europe and equity is taxed far more heavily than in the u.s.,” says Xavier Rolet , chief executive of the ... ... listair Barr contributed to this report. Write to Tom Fairless at tom.fairless@wsj.com ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 09:42:08 EST

Technology
European Report Sees Risks to Internet From u.s. Surveillance
The collection of huge volumes of personal data by the u.s. increases the likelihood countries will require data to be stored in local clouds and to pass solely through local routers and cables, a Council of Europe report says.
... judgments on member governments. Write to Frances Robinson at frances.robinson@wsj.com ... ... judgments on member governments. Write to Frances Robinson at frances.robinson@wsj.com ... ... judgments on member governments. Write to Frances Robinson at frances.robinson@wsj.com ... ... n citizens. U.S. officials subsequently engaged in a diplomatic offensive aimed at putting European fears over the data collection to rest. The European Court of Human Rights is the only internationa ... ... allegedly showed u.s. surveillance programs routinely collected data from European citizens. u.s. officials subsequently engaged in a diplomatic offensive aimed at putting European fears over t ... ... judgments on member governments. Write to Frances Robinson at frances.robinson@wsj.com ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 09:34:32 EST

Markets
u.s. Sues Deutsche Bank Over Tax Payments
The Justice Department has sued Deutsche Bank over allegations of tax fraud, saying the German lender owes taxes amounting to more than $190 million.
... t saabira.chaudhuri@wsj.com and Christopher M. Matthews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com ... ... t saabira.chaudhuri@wsj.com and Christopher M. Matthews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com ... ... t saabira.chaudhuri@wsj.com and Christopher M. Matthews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com ... ... t saabira.chaudhuri@wsj.com and Christopher M. Matthews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com ... ... u.s. Attorney Preet Bharara filed a civil suit over Deutsche’s 2000 sale of Bristol-Myers Squibb s ... ... t saabira.chaudhuri@wsj.com and Christopher M. Matthews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 02:28:32 EST

Asia Markets
Strong Dollar Burns u.s. Investors in Asia
Investors using dollars to snap up stocks in Asia and emerging markets elsewhere are finding their returns dented by the surging greenback.
... or Stuart Hunter contributed to this article. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ... ... or Stuart Hunter contributed to this article. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ... ... or Stuart Hunter contributed to this article. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ... ... or Stuart Hunter contributed to this article. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ... ... u.s. counterparts for the first time this year since 2011. That year the euro fell 3.2% against the u.s. dollar, compared with a more than 10% decline so far this year that has put the euro at a two-y ... ... or Stuart Hunter contributed to this article. Write to Chao Deng at Chao.Deng@wsj.com ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 01:59:56 EST

Journal Reports Leadership
Susan Rice on u.s. Military and Diplomatic Challenges
National Security Adviser Susan Rice defends the Obama administration’s strategy on Islamic State, Putin, Iran and climate change.
... of vision that we put forward that they embraced, that we were able to achieve together. ... ... of vision that we put forward that they embraced, that we were able to achieve together. ... ... of vision that we put forward that they embraced, that we were able to achieve together. ... ... China’s carbon emissions, which people think China’s probably going to hit anyway. There’s a fear here, isn’t there, that this is the way in which, unfortunately, the world is going, that the ... ... ear here, isn’t there, that this is the way in which, unfortunately, the world is going, that the u.s. in these relationships is not getting the better of them? MS. RICE: China has never, up un ... ... of vision that we put forward that they embraced, that we were able to achieve together. ...
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 23:36:00 EST

Middle East News
u.s. Allies Pledge 1,500 Military Trainers for Iraqi Forces
Nations participating in the fight against Islamic State militants have pledged to provide nearly 1,500 trainers to augment u.s. efforts to support Iraq’s security forces, a top general said Monday.
... ll be victories,” said Mr. Hagel. Write to Julian E. Barnes at julian.barnes@wsj.com ... ... ll be victories,” said Mr. Hagel. Write to Julian E. Barnes at julian.barnes@wsj.com ... ... ll be victories,” said Mr. Hagel. Write to Julian E. Barnes at julian.barnes@wsj.com ... ... ll be victories,” said Mr. Hagel. Write to Julian E. Barnes at julian.barnes@wsj.com ... ... erationally is probably on the defense, trying to hold what they have gained,” he said. In Syria, u.s. airstrikes have helped disrupt the safe haven that Islamic State fighters use as a staging grou ... ... ll be victories,” said Mr. Hagel. Write to Julian E. Barnes at julian.barnes@wsj.com ...
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 21:37:19 EST

U S News
u.s. Watch: News Digest
u.s. Watch: News Digest
... face a maximum of 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. —Matthew Dolan ... ... face a maximum of 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. —Matthew Dolan ... ... face a maximum of 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. —Matthew Dolan ... ... face a maximum of 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. —Matthew Dolan ... ... o defraud retirees through bribery and kickbacks involving $200 million in deals, prosecutors said. u.s. Attorney Barbara McQuade for the Eastern District of Michigan said the three convicted after a ... ... face a maximum of 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. —Matthew Dolan ...
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 20:30:00 EST

Today S Markets
u.s. Stocks Close Lower
Stocks retreated, pressured by steepening declines in oil prices and signs of economic weakness in Europe and Japan.
... it was the lowest finish since July 2008. Write to Dan Strumpf at dan.strumpf@wsj.com ... ... elloff in oil stocks is clearly a reaction to the fact that there’s going to be no letup from the opec contingent as far as supply is concerned,” he said. Chevron ... ... it was the lowest finish since July 2008. Write to Dan Strumpf at dan.strumpf@wsj.com ... ... it was the lowest finish since July 2008. Write to Dan Strumpf at dan.strumpf@wsj.com ... ... y measure of revenue generation in the fourth quarter. Corrections & Amplifications Benchmark u.s. oil futures fell to their lowest finish Monday since July 2009. An earlier version of this arti ... ... it was the lowest finish since July 2008. Write to Dan Strumpf at dan.strumpf@wsj.com ...
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 17:36:58 EST

European Business News
IronFX Global Files Confidentially for u.s. IPO
IronFX Global Ltd., an online brokerage that trades currencies and other instruments, is working on a potential 2015 initial public offering in the u.s., according to people familiar with the matter.
... s in other countries can sometimes borrow. Write to Telis Demos at telis.demos@wsj.com ... ... s in other countries can sometimes borrow. Write to Telis Demos at telis.demos@wsj.com ... ... s in other countries can sometimes borrow. Write to Telis Demos at telis.demos@wsj.com ... ... s in other countries can sometimes borrow. Write to Telis Demos at telis.demos@wsj.com ... ... er that “foreign exchange trading is a market that individual investors should avoid.” In 2010, u.s. regulators set limits on how much individuals can borrow to trade currencies. The Commodity Fut ... ... s in other countries can sometimes borrow. Write to Telis Demos at telis.demos@wsj.com ...
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 13:43:00 EST

Digits
EU Sees u.s. Firms Building More Data Centers in Europe
The push for data centers on European soil provides a glimpse at how global tech companies are adapting to the commercial and legal fallout from revelations of widespread u.s. government surveillance.
... wth and employment.”     ... ... wth and employment.”     ... ... wth and employment.”     ... ... the same time, big technology companies are already looking at technical solutions to help address fears of greater surveillance by governments worldwide. An executive from Apple, which is encrypting ... ... “Safe Harbor” that allows companies to transfer European’s personal data from the E.U. to the u.s. provided they agree to adhere to a set of general principles—demands that were reiterated at ... ... wth and employment.”     ...
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 09:46:54 EST

Law Journal
Russian Ties Complicate u.s. Blacklist
u.s. companies trying to avoid running afoul of the recent sanctions against Russia say they face a monumental challenge: Figuring out which companies are owned by those blacklisted.
... Dow Jones conference in April. Write to Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ... ... Dow Jones conference in April. Write to Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ... ... Dow Jones conference in April. Write to Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ... ... Dow Jones conference in April. Write to Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ... ... uld sweat a little bit,” said John E. Smith, deputy director at the u.s. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, at a Dow Jones conference in A ... ... Dow Jones conference in April. Write to Rachel Louise Ensign at rachel.ensign@wsj.com ...
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 09:30:03 EST

Digits
France Wants EU Data Privacy Rules to ‘Balance’ u.s. Web Giants’ Power
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has a message for big tech companies: Europe is beefing up its privacy laws for you.
... role of the state.”     ... ... role of the state.”     ... ... role of the state.”     ... ... role of the state.”     ... ... lear that he was talking in large part about large Internet companies — many of whom are from the u.s. — that have at times lobbied against elements of the proposed data protection law. “These c ... ... role of the state.”     ...
Mon, 08 Dec 2014 05:57:47 EST



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