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Commodities
Rising shale output disrupts US gas prices
Pipeline owners scramble to keep up with shale gas drilling
... ction terminal under construction at Sabine Pass, Louisiana, will be set based on the Henry market. ... ... ction terminal under construction at Sabine Pass, Louisiana, will be set based on the Henry market. ... ... ction terminal under construction at Sabine Pass, Louisiana, will be set based on the Henry market. ... ... ction terminal under construction at Sabine Pass, Louisiana, will be set based on the Henry market. ... ... ction terminal under construction at Sabine Pass, Louisiana, will be set based on the Henry market. ... ... er company, seeks to build a 3.25bn cu ft/d pipeline named “Rover” from the Marcellus and Utica shales to the central US Midwest and Ontario, Canada. Teri Viswanath, gas analyst at BNP Paribas, s ...
Mon, 29 Sep 2014 08:00:45 GMT

Commodities
Iran urges opec to halt oil price slide

... l advantages in the current situation as its rival cannot stomach lower oil prices that easily.” ... ... il bin Mohammed al-Mazroui, oil minister for the UAE, said it was still too early to decide whether opec should lower output ahead of its November meeting. Bhushan Bahree, oil analyst at IHS Energy, s ... ... l advantages in the current situation as its rival cannot stomach lower oil prices that easily.” ... ... l advantages in the current situation as its rival cannot stomach lower oil prices that easily.” ... ... l advantages in the current situation as its rival cannot stomach lower oil prices that easily.” ... ... l advantages in the current situation as its rival cannot stomach lower oil prices that easily.” ...
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 16:29:23 GMT

Commodities
Iron ore at five-month low on China fears
Price hits $78.60 a tonne as Beijing rules out short term stimulus
... to do, this characteristic will be further tested into 2015,” said Macquarie in a note to clients. ... ... to do, this characteristic will be further tested into 2015,” said Macquarie in a note to clients. ... ... to do, this characteristic will be further tested into 2015,” said Macquarie in a note to clients. ... ... is characteristic will be further tested into 2015,” said Macquarie in a note to clients. ... ... to do, this characteristic will be further tested into 2015,” said Macquarie in a note to clients. ... ... to do, this characteristic will be further tested into 2015,” said Macquarie in a note to clients. ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 19:10:04 GMT

The Commodities Note
shale reshaping crop nutrient sector
Cheap natural gas behind Yara and CF $27bn merger talks
... negotiations. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ... ... negotiations. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ... ... negotiations. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ... ... negotiations. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ... ... negotiations. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ... ... a decline in shale drilling, potentially putting upward pressure on natural gas prices. In addition shale gas exports are scheduled to start in the next few years as LNG processing facilities come onl ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 08:21:15 GMT

Currencies
S Africa rand hits lows on economy fears
Anaemic growth and huge current account deficit weigh on currency
... ook the lack of clarity as a green light to sell. Few believe the sell-off will end any time soon. ... ... ook the lack of clarity as a green light to sell. Few believe the sell-off will end any time soon. ... ... ook the lack of clarity as a green light to sell. Few believe the sell-off will end any time soon. ... ... ook the lack of clarity as a green light to sell. Few believe the sell-off will end any time soon. ... ... ook the lack of clarity as a green light to sell. Few believe the sell-off will end any time soon. ... ... ook the lack of clarity as a green light to sell. Few believe the sell-off will end any time soon. ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 07:40:53 GMT

Europe
East Germany still lags behind west
As Germany prepares to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall’s dismantling, a report finds lower living standards in former Communist east
... e former DDR she advocates Germany-wide plans for supporting poorer regions in east and west alike. ... ... e former DDR she advocates Germany-wide plans for supporting poorer regions in east and west alike. ... ... e former DDR she advocates Germany-wide plans for supporting poorer regions in east and west alike. ... ... e former DDR she advocates Germany-wide plans for supporting poorer regions in east and west alike. ... ... e former DDR she advocates Germany-wide plans for supporting poorer regions in east and west alike. ... ... e former DDR she advocates Germany-wide plans for supporting poorer regions in east and west alike. ...
Wed, 24 Sep 2014 18:07:23 GMT

UK Equities
Sainsbury dips on dividend cut fears

... gins put a question mark over the shares’ valuations of 10 times 2015 sales, the broker concluded. ... ... gins put a question mark over the shares’ valuations of 10 times 2015 sales, the broker concluded. ... ... gins put a question mark over the shares’ valuations of 10 times 2015 sales, the broker concluded. ... ... question mark over the shares’ valuations of 10 times 2015 sales, the broker concluded. ... ... gins put a question mark over the shares’ valuations of 10 times 2015 sales, the broker concluded. ... ... gins put a question mark over the shares’ valuations of 10 times 2015 sales, the broker concluded. ...
Wed, 24 Sep 2014 17:00:20 GMT

Basic Resources
Sinosteel woes resurrect China debt fears
Public airing of debt troubles at state-owned steel trader has raise questions over Beijing’s willingness to tackle corporate indebtedness
... t that are most likely to need a bailout.” Additional reporting by Owen Guo Twitter: @HornbyLucy ... ... t that are most likely to need a bailout.” Additional reporting by Owen Guo Twitter: @HornbyLucy ... ... t that are most likely to need a bailout.” Additional reporting by Owen Guo Twitter: @HornbyLucy ... ... t that are most likely to need a bailout.” Additional reporting by Owen Guo Twitter: @HornbyLucy ... ... t that are most likely to need a bailout.” Additional reporting by Owen Guo Twitter: @HornbyLucy ... ... t that are most likely to need a bailout.” Additional reporting by Owen Guo Twitter: @HornbyLucy ...
Wed, 24 Sep 2014 10:04:40 GMT

UK Equities
J Sainsbury slides on trading fears
New regulations from the US Treasury to deter corporate tax inversions helped sink the wider market. The FTSE 100 ended 1.4% lower
... d 110p a share for Spirit within the past few days, having a week earlier had a 100p offer rejected. ... ... d 110p a share for Spirit within the past few days, having a week earlier had a 100p offer rejected. ... ... d 110p a share for Spirit within the past few days, having a week earlier had a 100p offer rejected. ... ... mong the big four supermarkets on Kantar sales figures, dropped another 4.2 per cent to 194.5p amid fears it would need a stronger balance sheet to launch an aggressive price war. “We initially esti ... ... d 110p a share for Spirit within the past few days, having a week earlier had a 100p offer rejected. ... ... d 110p a share for Spirit within the past few days, having a week earlier had a 100p offer rejected. ...
Tue, 23 Sep 2014 17:10:40 GMT

Industrials
Siemens set to exploit US shale boom
Siemens is poised to increase its presence in the US oil and gas industry via a pair of transactions that its new chief executive hopes will drive a turnround in profitability
... and transaction is expected to close in 2015. Additional reporting by Arash Massoudi and Ed Crooks ... ... and transaction is expected to close in 2015. Additional reporting by Arash Massoudi and Ed Crooks ... ... and transaction is expected to close in 2015. Additional reporting by Arash Massoudi and Ed Crooks ... ... and transaction is expected to close in 2015. Additional reporting by Arash Massoudi and Ed Crooks ... ... and transaction is expected to close in 2015. Additional reporting by Arash Massoudi and Ed Crooks ... ... ing Dresser-Rand, Siemens hopes to profit more from the investment boom triggered by discoveries of shale gas in the US. Meanwhile, the German engineering group that once manufactured mobile phones an ...
Mon, 22 Sep 2014 18:42:58 GMT

US Politics Amp Policy
Europe groups fear US tax crackdown
European multinationals are concerned that moves to limit the economic benefits of inversions would increase their US tax bill
... oyers, European multinationals do not have the same natural clout in Washington as their US rivals. ... ... oyers, European multinationals do not have the same natural clout in Washington as their US rivals. ... ... oyers, European multinationals do not have the same natural clout in Washington as their US rivals. ... ... oyers, European multinationals do not have the same natural clout in Washington as their US rivals. ... ... oyers, European multinationals do not have the same natural clout in Washington as their US rivals. ... ... oyers, European multinationals do not have the same natural clout in Washington as their US rivals. ...
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 18:53:10 GMT

Middle East Amp North Africa
Clinton works behind the scenes for Jordan
Former president urges investment for state struggling with Syrian refugee influx, as Isis banners are raised in recent weeks during protests in poor provincial cities
... s widely expected to run for president in 2016. ... ... ife, Hillary, the former US secretary of state, who is widely expected to run for president in 2016. ... ... ife, Hillary, the former US secretary of state, who is widely expected to run for president in 2016. ... ... ife, Hillary, the former US secretary of state, who is widely expected to run for president in 2016. ... ... ife, Hillary, the former US secretary of state, who is widely expected to run for president in 2016. ... ... ife, Hillary, the former US secretary of state, who is widely expected to run for president in 2016. ...
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 17:22:35 GMT

Luxury 360
Consumer fears weigh on Prada profits
First-half results at luxury goods group miss analysts’ expectations, sending its shares in Hong Kong down to lowest level in more than two years
... here Prada listed three years ago – hitting their lowest level in more than two years and lagging behind a rise in the Hang Seng index. Net profit at the group, founded by designer Miuccia Prada an ... ... nting H1 figures,” said Luca Solca, lead luxury analyst at Exane BNP Paribas, in a research note. ... ... nting H1 figures,” said Luca Solca, lead luxury analyst at Exane BNP Paribas, in a research note. ... ... nting H1 figures,” said Luca Solca, lead luxury analyst at Exane BNP Paribas, in a research note. ... ... nting H1 figures,” said Luca Solca, lead luxury analyst at Exane BNP Paribas, in a research note. ... ... nting H1 figures,” said Luca Solca, lead luxury analyst at Exane BNP Paribas, in a research note. ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 16:00:10 GMT

Business
Northeast fear over extra Scottish powers
Pledge to Scotland intensifies concerns in northeast England, where unemployment at 9.9% is highest in UK, over battle for inward investment
... Regional business leaders need to make sure they are a part of this debate,” he said. More video ... ... Regional business leaders need to make sure they are a part of this debate,” he said. More video ... ... Regional business leaders need to make sure they are a part of this debate,” he said. More video ... ... Regional business leaders need to make sure they are a part of this debate,” he said. More video ... ... Regional business leaders need to make sure they are a part of this debate,” he said. More video ... ... Regional business leaders need to make sure they are a part of this debate,” he said. More video ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:56:16 GMT

The Commodities Note
Cocoa market hit by Ebola fear factor
The premiums on near-term contracts rise as worries about the Ebola virus hitting Ivory Coast lead to traders holding on to their beans
... e executive. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ... ... e executive. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ... ... e executive. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ... ... at the San Pedro port, where the commodity is loaded in Ivory Coast, say executives. “It’s the fear factor that’s affecting sentiment at the moment,” says one leading cocoa trader. “Of cour ... ... e executive. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ... ... e executive. The Commodities Note is online commentary on the industry from the Financial Times. ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 08:24:35 GMT

Business
Border businesses fear Scots Yes vote
Future of the pound and possible controls on movement of people, animals and goods are the biggest concerns of businesses on both sides
... ke of people both sides of the border, he still hopes the result is No. “It’s just too risky.” ... ... ke of people both sides of the border, he still hopes the result is No. “It’s just too risky.” ... ... ke of people both sides of the border, he still hopes the result is No. “It’s just too risky.” ... ... like the status quo to continue.” And Neil McNicholas, managing director of Direct Rail Services, feared for cross-border trade. DRS handles freight for Asda and Tesco and for every three wagons it ... ... ke of people both sides of the border, he still hopes the result is No. “It’s just too risky.” ... ... ke of people both sides of the border, he still hopes the result is No. “It’s just too risky.” ...
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 13:42:58 GMT

Commodities
Oil slips on scepticism over opec cuts
Analysts were sceptical that opec members would agree to a collective production cut at the cartel’s forthcoming meeting in November
... s was in the US east coast, due to rail problems limiting Bakken [oilfield] deliveries,” it noted. ... ... ances”. In that light, he noted the International Energy Agency expects the call, or demand, for opec oil to reach 29.6m b/d next year. As for Libya, market watchers said a reduction in output cou ... ... s was in the US east coast, due to rail problems limiting Bakken [oilfield] deliveries,” it noted. ... ... rease in the near term as the short-covering continues and some geopolitical and related production fears return to the market, it would take further supply disruptions and, more importantly, an impro ... ... s was in the US east coast, due to rail problems limiting Bakken [oilfield] deliveries,” it noted. ... ... s was in the US east coast, due to rail problems limiting Bakken [oilfield] deliveries,” it noted. ...
Wed, 17 Sep 2014 16:55:59 GMT

Commodities
Coffee experts fear for Brazil harvest
In the past, the main weather problems for growers have been frosts – few farmers and traders have had to deal with consequences of heat and dryness
... thing is if it rains and rains, then you have funds liquidating their longs,” warns one trader. ... ... thing is if it rains and rains, then you have funds liquidating their longs,” warns one trader. ... ... thing is if it rains and rains, then you have funds liquidating their longs,” warns one trader. ... ... thing is if it rains and rains, then you have funds liquidating their longs,” warns one trader. ... ... thing is if it rains and rains, then you have funds liquidating their longs,” warns one trader. ... ... thing is if it rains and rains, then you have funds liquidating their longs,” warns one trader. ...
Wed, 17 Sep 2014 07:51:39 GMT

Capital Markets
EM stocks tumble on Fed rate rise fears
Talk of a possible policy shift at the Fed has raised fears that developing countries might face a repeat of the market rout that occurred in 2013
... to a shift in sentiment in coming months, said Alberto Gallo, strategist at Royal Bank of Scotland. ... ... to a shift in sentiment in coming months, said Alberto Gallo, strategist at Royal Bank of Scotland. ... ... to a shift in sentiment in coming months, said Alberto Gallo, strategist at Royal Bank of Scotland. ... ... arkets expected US rates to rise more slowly than the Fed’s forecasts. At the same time there are fears over the strength of China’s economy, which acts as a key driver of emerging markets growth. ... ... to a shift in sentiment in coming months, said Alberto Gallo, strategist at Royal Bank of Scotland. ... ... to a shift in sentiment in coming months, said Alberto Gallo, strategist at Royal Bank of Scotland. ...
Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:43:59 GMT

Europe
500 feared dead in migrant boat sinking
Survivors say traffickers used their boat to sink vessel carrying migrants across Mediterranean after passengers refused to move to another vessel
... committed to continued action aimed at attempting to prevent such tragedies from happening again.” ... ... committed to continued action aimed at attempting to prevent such tragedies from happening again.” ... ... committed to continued action aimed at attempting to prevent such tragedies from happening again.” ... ... in.” ... ... committed to continued action aimed at attempting to prevent such tragedies from happening again.” ... ... committed to continued action aimed at attempting to prevent such tragedies from happening again.” ...
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 17:04:29 GMT

Commodities
Oil slides on fears over China demand
Base metals, led by aluminium and nickel, lost ground as China’s August industrial prices showed the lowest growth since 2008
... ese steel prices. The iron ore benchmark for immediate delivery into China closed at $85.20 a tonne. ... ... ese steel prices. The iron ore benchmark for immediate delivery into China closed at $85.20 a tonne. ... ... ese steel prices. The iron ore benchmark for immediate delivery into China closed at $85.20 a tonne. ... ... ese steel prices. The iron ore benchmark for immediate delivery into China closed at $85.20 a tonne. ... ... ese steel prices. The iron ore benchmark for immediate delivery into China closed at $85.20 a tonne. ... ... ese steel prices. The iron ore benchmark for immediate delivery into China closed at $85.20 a tonne. ...
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 16:31:42 GMT

Europe
fears and hopes stirred in Nordic states
Politicians and businessmen regard with dismay the break-up of one of their allies but others are joyful at recollecting gaining their independence
... most countries but if there is a new capital in Edinburgh, power will move closer to our region.” ... ... most countries but if there is a new capital in Edinburgh, power will move closer to our region.” ... ... most countries but if there is a new capital in Edinburgh, power will move closer to our region.” ... ... Thorwaldsson, head of the powerful Swedish trade union confederation LO. Mostly this is because he fears the further “fragmentation of European countries” but, reflecting his political leaning, h ... ... most countries but if there is a new capital in Edinburgh, power will move closer to our region.” ... ... most countries but if there is a new capital in Edinburgh, power will move closer to our region.” ...
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 13:49:55 GMT

Markets
shale investing: sweet spot or sink hole?
The quest for black gold can lead to a lot of fool’s gold – particularly in the shale oil revolution, which can represent both opportunity and trap
... oo often the perpetual quest for black gold can lead to a lot of fool’s gold. henny.sender@ft.com ... ... oo often the perpetual quest for black gold can lead to a lot of fool’s gold. henny.sender@ft.com ... ... oo often the perpetual quest for black gold can lead to a lot of fool’s gold. henny.sender@ft.com ... ... oo often the perpetual quest for black gold can lead to a lot of fool’s gold. henny.sender@ft.com ... ... oo often the perpetual quest for black gold can lead to a lot of fool’s gold. henny.sender@ft.com ... ... ploration and production companies. It is impossible to know the future economics of any particular shale play. So some investors believe the sweet spot for betting on the sector lies in those busines ...
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 08:08:03 GMT

Business
Top Scottish companies fear independence
Respondents to an FT poll have expressed concerns over the impact of a Yes vote this week, but most have played down the likely impact on jobs
... itional reporting by Peggy Hollinger, Andy Sharman, Tanya Powley, Gill Plimmer and Michael Kavanagh ... ... itional reporting by Peggy Hollinger, Andy Sharman, Tanya Powley, Gill Plimmer and Michael Kavanagh ... ... itional reporting by Peggy Hollinger, Andy Sharman, Tanya Powley, Gill Plimmer and Michael Kavanagh ... ... ices company Wood Group. Company executives were particularly concerned about the higher taxes they feared a Scottish nationalist government would be forced to impose in the event of a Yes vote. “If ... ... itional reporting by Peggy Hollinger, Andy Sharman, Tanya Powley, Gill Plimmer and Michael Kavanagh ... ... itional reporting by Peggy Hollinger, Andy Sharman, Tanya Powley, Gill Plimmer and Michael Kavanagh ...
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 19:09:20 GMT

Columnists
Divisions behind declining EU influence
The eurozone has been running on luck – a commodity about which little is certain expect that tends not to last
... ence – and who are able to spot it without the help of rapporteurs. munchau@eurointelligence.com ... ... ence – and who are able to spot it without the help of rapporteurs. munchau@eurointelligence.com ... ... ence – and who are able to spot it without the help of rapporteurs. munchau@eurointelligence.com ... ... ence – and who are able to spot it without the help of rapporteurs. munchau@eurointelligence.com ... ... ence – and who are able to spot it without the help of rapporteurs. munchau@eurointelligence.com ... ... ence – and who are able to spot it without the help of rapporteurs. munchau@eurointelligence.com ...
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 16:05:50 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
Sinopec sells $17.4bn retail unit stake
Sale to mostly domestic investors is far from the opening of the Chinese oil sector to outside forces that reformers had sought
... s – into a Hong Kong-listed polyester maker. Twitter: @HornbyLucy @JennHughes13 @AsiaNewsDemetri ... ... advised by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, CICC, Citic Securities and Deutsche Bank. Separately, Sinopec said it would reverse its oil services unit – one of its more active subsidiaries – into a ... ... s – into a Hong Kong-listed polyester maker. Twitter: @HornbyLucy @JennHughes13 @AsiaNewsDemetri ... ... s – into a Hong Kong-listed polyester maker. Twitter: @HornbyLucy @JennHughes13 @AsiaNewsDemetri ... ... s – into a Hong Kong-listed polyester maker. Twitter: @HornbyLucy @JennHughes13 @AsiaNewsDemetri ... ... s – into a Hong Kong-listed polyester maker. Twitter: @HornbyLucy @JennHughes13 @AsiaNewsDemetri ...
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:53:19 GMT

Capital Markets
Century bond surge defies rate fears
Total sales of the securities are running at $14.3bn, a jump of almost 60 per cent from the same period in 2013, according to Dealogic
... ing costs and investor interest,” said Steve Glass, chief financial officer of Cleveland Clinic. ... ... ing costs and investor interest,” said Steve Glass, chief financial officer of Cleveland Clinic. ... ... ing costs and investor interest,” said Steve Glass, chief financial officer of Cleveland Clinic. ... ... ing costs and investor interest,” said Steve Glass, chief financial officer of Cleveland Clinic. ... ... ing costs and investor interest,” said Steve Glass, chief financial officer of Cleveland Clinic. ... ... ing costs and investor interest,” said Steve Glass, chief financial officer of Cleveland Clinic. ...
Thu, 11 Sep 2014 17:20:47 GMT

Business
Green energy sector fears Yes vote
Independence would be ‘a disaster’ for Scottish renewables success story, warn experts, as investment plans put on hold in run-up to the referendum
... rs that either there’s a No vote or some sort of deal is hashed out that protects your revenue.” ... ... rs that either there’s a No vote or some sort of deal is hashed out that protects your revenue.” ... ... rs that either there’s a No vote or some sort of deal is hashed out that protects your revenue.” ... ... rs that either there’s a No vote or some sort of deal is hashed out that protects your revenue.” ... ... rs that either there’s a No vote or some sort of deal is hashed out that protects your revenue.” ... ... rs that either there’s a No vote or some sort of deal is hashed out that protects your revenue.” ...
Thu, 11 Sep 2014 14:05:11 GMT

Technology
Uber leaves Lyft behind in US drive
Uber’s aggressive tactics have given it a lead over chief rival but both have seen growth rates fall from about 25% in June of last year to 10%
... here passengers are encouraged to sit in the front seat alongside drivers and fist-bump each other. ... ... here passengers are encouraged to sit in the front seat alongside drivers and fist-bump each other. ... ... here passengers are encouraged to sit in the front seat alongside drivers and fist-bump each other. ... ... here passengers are encouraged to sit in the front seat alongside drivers and fist-bump each other. ... ... here passengers are encouraged to sit in the front seat alongside drivers and fist-bump each other. ... ... here passengers are encouraged to sit in the front seat alongside drivers and fist-bump each other. ...
Thu, 11 Sep 2014 13:06:10 GMT

Business
Funds head south over Yes fears
Investors and pension savers act ahead of vote with rising concerns about the financial consequences of a Yes vote in next week’s independence referendum
... ses.” Additional reporting by George Parker, Sam Fleming, Anne-Sylvaine Chassany and Elaine Moore ... ... ses.” Additional reporting by George Parker, Sam Fleming, Anne-Sylvaine Chassany and Elaine Moore ... ... ses.” Additional reporting by George Parker, Sam Fleming, Anne-Sylvaine Chassany and Elaine Moore ... ... ses.” Additional reporting by George Parker, Sam Fleming, Anne-Sylvaine Chassany and Elaine Moore ... ... ses.” Additional reporting by George Parker, Sam Fleming, Anne-Sylvaine Chassany and Elaine Moore ... ... ses.” Additional reporting by George Parker, Sam Fleming, Anne-Sylvaine Chassany and Elaine Moore ...
Tue, 09 Sep 2014 18:29:44 GMT

Technology
Company behind Little Printer to fold
The start-up behind the Little Printer will shut up shop by March as it looks for a buyer for the business, which sold thousands of the £149 devices
... l amount of paper back into our digital lives, is headed to the shredder. The London-based start-up behind the Little Printer, a small internet-connected device, said that it was going into “hiberna ... ... over $1m in investment from backers including Index Ventures, Initial Capital and Connect Ventures. ... ... over $1m in investment from backers including Index Ventures, Initial Capital and Connect Ventures. ... ... over $1m in investment from backers including Index Ventures, Initial Capital and Connect Ventures. ... ... over $1m in investment from backers including Index Ventures, Initial Capital and Connect Ventures. ... ... over $1m in investment from backers including Index Ventures, Initial Capital and Connect Ventures. ...
Tue, 09 Sep 2014 16:37:35 GMT

Asia-Pacific Economy
Asean chiefs fear rising protectionism
Frustration is growing among large Asean companies that efforts to remove barriers through a liberalised economic zone are moving too slowly
... cilitators of business – or are they in business?” Additional reporting by Ben Bland in Jakarta ... ... cilitators of business – or are they in business?” Additional reporting by Ben Bland in Jakarta ... ... cilitators of business – or are they in business?” Additional reporting by Ben Bland in Jakarta ... ... cilitators of business – or are they in business?” Additional reporting by Ben Bland in Jakarta ... ... cilitators of business – or are they in business?” Additional reporting by Ben Bland in Jakarta ... ... cilitators of business – or are they in business?” Additional reporting by Ben Bland in Jakarta ...
Mon, 08 Sep 2014 13:53:56 GMT

Companies
Finance groups seek to soothe fears over Scots vote
Companies have reassured investors that contingency plans in place are in place if Scotland votes for independence
... if the separatists were successful, the country’s ‘independence day’ might not be until 2016. ... ... if the separatists were successful, the country’s ‘independence day’ might not be until 2016. ... ... if the separatists were successful, the country’s ‘independence day’ might not be until 2016. ... ... if the separatists were successful, the country’s ‘independence day’ might not be until 2016. ... ... if the separatists were successful, the country’s ‘independence day’ might not be until 2016. ... ... if the separatists were successful, the country’s ‘independence day’ might not be until 2016. ...
Mon, 08 Sep 2014 00:11:17 GMT

Africa
Nigeria fears Boko Haram move on city
Counter terrorism and Nigeria experts, who have been tracking the insurgency, warned this week that urgent action is needed to defend the city
... oming. [But] if the threat level is as the reports suggest, this is going to concentrate minds.” ... ... oming. [But] if the threat level is as the reports suggest, this is going to concentrate minds.” ... ... oming. [But] if the threat level is as the reports suggest, this is going to concentrate minds.” ... ... uri, the regional capital of Borno state and base for military operations in the region, leading to fears that it could be preparing to attack the city itself. Counter terrorism and Nigeria experts t ... ... oming. [But] if the threat level is as the reports suggest, this is going to concentrate minds.” ... ... oming. [But] if the threat level is as the reports suggest, this is going to concentrate minds.” ...
Fri, 05 Sep 2014 17:49:31 GMT

Business
Northeast fears indecisive Scotland vote
Industry figures express concern that region will lose out as Scots are promised sweeteners by Westminster politicians to bolster support for union
... s and the rest of the UK.” But, he warned: “It’s going to take leadership from the regions.” ... ... s and the rest of the UK.” But, he warned: “It’s going to take leadership from the regions.” ... ... s and the rest of the UK.” But, he warned: “It’s going to take leadership from the regions.” ... ... nder No; it will continue to fester as an issue.” Consequent “devo max” incentives would, he fears, exacerbate difficulties such as recruiting skilled people. “We would have to compete with a ... ... s and the rest of the UK.” But, he warned: “It’s going to take leadership from the regions.” ... ... s and the rest of the UK.” But, he warned: “It’s going to take leadership from the regions.” ...
Thu, 04 Sep 2014 13:54:48 GMT

Business
Nuclear outage heightens UK energy fears
UK’s energy capacity shortage deepens as EDF Energy warns that four nuclear reactors could be out of action for longer than initially expected
... more conventional design with boiler tubes supported at multiple points rather than having a spine. ... ... more conventional design with boiler tubes supported at multiple points rather than having a spine. ... ... more conventional design with boiler tubes supported at multiple points rather than having a spine. ... ... more conventional design with boiler tubes supported at multiple points rather than having a spine. ... ... more conventional design with boiler tubes supported at multiple points rather than having a spine. ... ... more conventional design with boiler tubes supported at multiple points rather than having a spine. ...
Thu, 04 Sep 2014 08:48:34 GMT

Financial Services
Hargreaves Lansdown hears Scots vote fear
Investment manager reports record profits after bumper year of flotations, but says clients are increasingly worried about the impact of a ‘yes’ vote
... ing on Wednesday, shares in Hargreaves Lansdowne were flat, rising less than 1 per cent to £11.38. ... ... ing on Wednesday, shares in Hargreaves Lansdowne were flat, rising less than 1 per cent to £11.38. ... ... ing on Wednesday, shares in Hargreaves Lansdowne were flat, rising less than 1 per cent to £11.38. ... ... ing on Wednesday, shares in Hargreaves Lansdowne were flat, rising less than 1 per cent to £11.38. ... ... ing on Wednesday, shares in Hargreaves Lansdowne were flat, rising less than 1 per cent to £11.38. ... ... ing on Wednesday, shares in Hargreaves Lansdowne were flat, rising less than 1 per cent to £11.38. ...
Wed, 03 Sep 2014 07:48:32 GMT

Retail
fears grow over possible Home Depot breach
Cyber security analyst says suspected attack could be bigger than theft of data of 40m credit and debit cards from Target earlier this year
... ch, he wrote on his blog, suggested the same group of hackers could be responsible for both attacks. ... ... ch, he wrote on his blog, suggested the same group of hackers could be responsible for both attacks. ... ... ch, he wrote on his blog, suggested the same group of hackers could be responsible for both attacks. ... ... ch, he wrote on his blog, suggested the same group of hackers could be responsible for both attacks. ... ... ch, he wrote on his blog, suggested the same group of hackers could be responsible for both attacks. ... ... ch, he wrote on his blog, suggested the same group of hackers could be responsible for both attacks. ...
Wed, 03 Sep 2014 02:09:00 GMT

Globaleconomy
Water shortages pose threat to shale gas
Of the 20 countries with the largest shale gas resources, eight have deposits in areas that are arid or face high to very high water stress, WRI think-tank says
... production would be on a large scale. However, development would be difficult without the pipeline. ... ... production would be on a large scale. However, development would be difficult without the pipeline. ... ... production would be on a large scale. However, development would be difficult without the pipeline. ... ... production would be on a large scale. However, development would be difficult without the pipeline. ... ... production would be on a large scale. However, development would be difficult without the pipeline. ... ... . In Argentina, she added, plans had been made to build pipelines to take water to the Vaca Muerta shale formation, but a chicken-and-egg problem emerged: the water pipeline would be worth building o ...
Tue, 02 Sep 2014 17:45:50 GMT

World
Baltic states fear Kremlin focus on ethnic Russians
Moscow would probably defend any move – at least with regard to Estonia and Latvia – by claiming that their large ethnic Russian communities suffer human rights abuses
... loyal to the Estonian state. Whether Russia will leave them to their own devices remains to be seen. ... ... loyal to the Estonian state. Whether Russia will leave them to their own devices remains to be seen. ... ... loyal to the Estonian state. Whether Russia will leave them to their own devices remains to be seen. ... ... entury experience. Nothing preoccupies policy makers in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania more than the fear that Russia will follow its political and military intervention in Ukraine with a campaign of i ... ... loyal to the Estonian state. Whether Russia will leave them to their own devices remains to be seen. ... ... loyal to the Estonian state. Whether Russia will leave them to their own devices remains to be seen. ...
Tue, 02 Sep 2014 12:53:24 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
fears of disunity grow within Tory ranks
One senior backbencher claimed on Monday that last week’s defection of Douglas Carswell to the europhobic Ukip could trigger a serious bout of disunity
... , Ukip might give them an easier ride at the election in a series of informal non-aggression pacts. ... ... , Ukip might give them an easier ride at the election in a series of informal non-aggression pacts. ... ... , Ukip might give them an easier ride at the election in a series of informal non-aggression pacts. ... ... s always said that he is not going into this negotiation expecting to fail,” said one. Mr Cameron fears that fellow EU leaders will not react well to an explicit threat that Britain is countenancing ... ... , Ukip might give them an easier ride at the election in a series of informal non-aggression pacts. ... ... , Ukip might give them an easier ride at the election in a series of informal non-aggression pacts. ...
Mon, 01 Sep 2014 18:23:39 GMT

Politics Amp Policy
Dearth of London office space feared
Proposed shake-up of planning rules causes concern that move to convert properties for residential use could hit growth, particularly in the capital
... n acute need”, offering “competitively priced properties, accessible to hard-working people”. ... ... n acute need”, offering “competitively priced properties, accessible to hard-working people”. ... ... n acute need”, offering “competitively priced properties, accessible to hard-working people”. ... ... n acute need”, offering “competitively priced properties, accessible to hard-working people”. ... ... n acute need”, offering “competitively priced properties, accessible to hard-working people”. ... ... n acute need”, offering “competitively priced properties, accessible to hard-working people”. ...
Mon, 01 Sep 2014 13:25:58 GMT

Chinese Economy
Factory data fuel fears for China economy
The Chinese government’s official purchasing manager’s index showed its first drop since February, sparks concerns that the slowdown could deepen
... al government officials are not incentivised to speed up fiscal spending and investment projects.” ... ... al government officials are not incentivised to speed up fiscal spending and investment projects.” ... ... al government officials are not incentivised to speed up fiscal spending and investment projects.” ... ... al government officials are not incentivised to speed up fiscal spending and investment projects.” ... ... al government officials are not incentivised to speed up fiscal spending and investment projects.” ... ... al government officials are not incentivised to speed up fiscal spending and investment projects.” ...
Mon, 01 Sep 2014 09:01:29 GMT

Europe
Frontline states’ fears on Russia realised
Baltic nations and Poland wanted less diplomatic approach from Germany, and for Nato to station troops permanently in the region
... need thousands and thousands of static Nato troops waiting for an apocalyptic scenario to unfold.” ... ... need thousands and thousands of static Nato troops waiting for an apocalyptic scenario to unfold.” ... ... need thousands and thousands of static Nato troops waiting for an apocalyptic scenario to unfold.” ... ... need thousands and thousands of static Nato troops waiting for an apocalyptic scenario to unfold.” ... ... need thousands and thousands of static Nato troops waiting for an apocalyptic scenario to unfold.” ... ... need thousands and thousands of static Nato troops waiting for an apocalyptic scenario to unfold.” ...
Sun, 31 Aug 2014 16:10:18 GMT

Business
Manufacturers fear rising energy costs
Almost nine in 10 businesses discuss energy management at board level and a similar proportion said it was a ‘business critical’ issue
... ht not be just how to manage costs in the UK but where to put further investments,” Mr Stace said. ... ... ht not be just how to manage costs in the UK but where to put further investments,” Mr Stace said. ... ... ht not be just how to manage costs in the UK but where to put further investments,” Mr Stace said. ... ... hreatens to damage growth and undermine efforts to rebalance the economy towards manufacturing. The fears are supported by separate research by EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, which found ener ... ... ht not be just how to manage costs in the UK but where to put further investments,” Mr Stace said. ... ... ht not be just how to manage costs in the UK but where to put further investments,” Mr Stace said. ...
Sun, 31 Aug 2014 14:17:47 GMT

Regulation Amp Governance
European fund houses fear SEC’s reach
The US regulator is increasing oversight of fund groups that are registered to conduct business in the US, even if they are regulated elsewhere
... in the UK. “Corporate governance has been better in London for a while. I suspect they are a bit behind the curve in the US,” he said. The SEC declined to comment. ... ... while. I suspect they are a bit behind the curve in the US,” he said. The SEC declined to comment. ... ... while. I suspect they are a bit behind the curve in the US,” he said. The SEC declined to comment. ... ... vides third-party asset pricing systems, said: “The SEC has been extending its reach. “There is fear. The SEC doesn’t do this kind of work without enforcing things [but] all the regulators are p ... ... while. I suspect they are a bit behind the curve in the US,” he said. The SEC declined to comment. ... ... while. I suspect they are a bit behind the curve in the US,” he said. The SEC declined to comment. ...
Sun, 31 Aug 2014 07:31:50 GMT

IMF board stands behind Lagarde over French probe
The head of the IMF is under formal investigation by a French court on suspicion of negligence in a scandal from her time as finance minister
... it decided to hire her in 2011. Three sources told Reuters on Thursday the board would likely stand behind Ms Lagarde this time, as well. Ms Lagarde’s lawyer said he was likely to appeal against the ... ... on when they believe there are indications of wrongdoing, but that does not always lead to a trial. ... ... on when they believe there are indications of wrongdoing, but that does not always lead to a trial. ... ... on when they believe there are indications of wrongdoing, but that does not always lead to a trial. ... ... on when they believe there are indications of wrongdoing, but that does not always lead to a trial. ... ... on when they believe there are indications of wrongdoing, but that does not always lead to a trial. ...
Sat, 30 Aug 2014 12:09:36 GMT

Style
fear and clothing: Why fashion matters
The FT’s style editor on two books that explore our relationship with clothing and its power as a communication tool
... harming love story about the flannel shirt she wears to write in; Albert Maysles, the documentarian behind Gimme Shelter (1970) and Grey Gardens (1975), describes his attachment to a quilted jacket kn ... ... will be published in the UK on September 1 (Abrams & Chronicle) Slideshow images: Lisa Milroy ... ... will be published in the UK on September 1 (Abrams & Chronicle) Slideshow images: Lisa Milroy ... ... will be published in the UK on September 1 (Abrams & Chronicle) Slideshow images: Lisa Milroy ... ... will be published in the UK on September 1 (Abrams & Chronicle) Slideshow images: Lisa Milroy ... ... will be published in the UK on September 1 (Abrams & Chronicle) Slideshow images: Lisa Milroy ...
Fri, 29 Aug 2014 17:32:04 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
PetroChina behind in China’s shale race
PetroChina is planning to produce 2.6bcm of shale gas next year, up from 100m cubic metres this year and above its official 2015 target of 1.5bcm
... the national target of 6.5 bcm next year. “Our shale gas development is about a year and a half behind Sinopec,” Wang Dongjin, PetroChina vice-chairman, said on Thursday, adding that the company ... ... nal target of 6.5 bcm next year. “Our shale gas development is about a year and a half behind Sinopec,” Wang Dongjin, PetroChina vice-chairman, said on Thursday, adding that the company’s atten ... ... ux of Chinese diesel and gasoline, said Li Li, research director for energy consultancy ICIS China. ... ... ux of Chinese diesel and gasoline, said Li Li, research director for energy consultancy ICIS China. ... ... ux of Chinese diesel and gasoline, said Li Li, research director for energy consultancy ICIS China. ... ... res this year and above its official 2015 target of 1.5bcm. The two companies’ new enthusiasm for shale gas comes as China’s natural gas demand grew by almost 9 per cent in the first half. PetroCh ...
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 14:35:20 GMT

Oil Amp Gas
shale finances lift growth hopes
Analysts forecast industry leaders’ 2015 operating cash flows will show an excess of $2.4bn over their capital spending, despite critics’ fears
... to the wall,” Mr Powers said. “Its remaining options were not attractive, so it sold itself.” ... ... to the wall,” Mr Powers said. “Its remaining options were not attractive, so it sold itself.” ... ... to the wall,” Mr Powers said. “Its remaining options were not attractive, so it sold itself.” ... ... to the wall,” Mr Powers said. “Its remaining options were not attractive, so it sold itself.” ... ... to the wall,” Mr Powers said. “Its remaining options were not attractive, so it sold itself.” ... ... l facing financial strain. He cited the example of Kodiak Oil and Gas, which operates in the Bakken shale of North Dakota and recently agreed a takeover from its rival Whiting Petroleum. “This was a ...
Tue, 26 Aug 2014 18:26:18 GMT



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Today S Markets
u.s. Stocks Pare Losses
u.s. stocks held slim losses following a media report suggesting the European Central Bank will consider fresh easing steps in January.
... osoft Corp. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ... ... osoft Corp. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ... ... osoft Corp. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ... ... osoft Corp. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ... ... ges $400 million in assets. His firm is selling some of its international stocks. In economic news, u.s. jobless claims in the week ended Nov. 29 fell by 17,000 to 297,000, the Labor Department said T ... ... osoft Corp. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 15:35:16 EST

Commodities
Oil Falls on Saudi Price Cut to u.s.
The global oil benchmark slid to a fresh more-than-four-year low Thursday after Saudi Arabia cut the price of its oil in the u.s., reinforcing concerns that the kingdom is more concerned with maintaining market share than raising prices.
... te to Nicole Friedman at nicole.friedman@wsj.com and Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... e they could withstand, according to people familiar with the situation. That suggests the de facto opec leader won’t push for supply cuts in the near term, even if oil prices fall further. Another ... ... te to Nicole Friedman at nicole.friedman@wsj.com and Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... te to Nicole Friedman at nicole.friedman@wsj.com and Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... ades due to new technologies enabling producers to access supplies trapped in shale-oil fields. The u.s. Energy Information Administration said Thursday that the country’s proven reserves of crude o ... ... e 1974. However, prices have fallen in recent months to levels that could threaten the viability of shale production. Some companies have already reduced capital expenditure plans for next year. Janua ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 15:26:34 EST

U S News
u.s. General's Killer Likely Wasn't Taliban: Investigators
An Afghan soldier who killed a two-star u.s. Army general last summer in Kabul was likely a lone wolf with no ties to the Taliban, and the attack couldn’t have been foreseen, a u.s. military investigation concluded Thursday.
... urity forces battling the Taliban. Write to Dion Nissenbaum at dion.nissenbaum@wsj.com ... ... urity forces battling the Taliban. Write to Dion Nissenbaum at dion.nissenbaum@wsj.com ... ... urity forces battling the Taliban. Write to Dion Nissenbaum at dion.nissenbaum@wsj.com ... ... urity forces battling the Taliban. Write to Dion Nissenbaum at dion.nissenbaum@wsj.com ... ... process of winding up major military operations in Afghanistan and preparing to leave about 10,000 u.s. troops in the country to support Afghan security forces battling the Taliban. Write to Dion Ni ... ... urity forces battling the Taliban. Write to Dion Nissenbaum at dion.nissenbaum@wsj.com ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 13:01:00 EST

U S News
Health Worker Arrives in u.s. for Ebola Evaluation
An American health-care worker who may have been infected with the Ebola virus in West Africa has arrived at Emory University Hospital.
... Cartersville, Georgia-based Phoenix Air Group Inc. Copyright 2014 the Associated Press. ... ... Cartersville, Georgia-based Phoenix Air Group Inc. Copyright 2014 the Associated Press. ... ... Cartersville, Georgia-based Phoenix Air Group Inc. Copyright 2014 the Associated Press. ... ... Cartersville, Georgia-based Phoenix Air Group Inc. Copyright 2014 the Associated Press. ... ... y, with more than 17,100 illnesses and at least 6,000 deaths this year. Six of those treated in the u.s. were Americans infected while providing medical aid there. The hospital says that as in previou ... ... Cartersville, Georgia-based Phoenix Air Group Inc. Copyright 2014 the Associated Press. ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 12:03:37 EST

World News
Woman Held for Abu Dhabi Killing of u.s. Teacher
The main suspect in the murder of an American woman in a shopping mall this week has been apprehended, and was plotting to bomb the home of an American in the city, the United Arab Emirates interior minister said.
... ther implements used to assemble a crude bomb. Write to Asa Fitch at asa.fitch@wsj.com ... ... ther implements used to assemble a crude bomb. Write to Asa Fitch at asa.fitch@wsj.com ... ... ther implements used to assemble a crude bomb. Write to Asa Fitch at asa.fitch@wsj.com ... ... ther implements used to assemble a crude bomb. Write to Asa Fitch at asa.fitch@wsj.com ... ... A person, dressed in a black robe and suspected in the killing of a u.s. woman at a shopping mall at Reem Island in Abu Dhabi is seen in this still image taken from a m ... ... ther implements used to assemble a crude bomb. Write to Asa Fitch at asa.fitch@wsj.com ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 11:16:14 EST

U S News
u.s. Jobless Claims Hover Near Eight-Year Lows
The number of Americans filing for first-time jobless benefits fell last week and were hovering near eight-year lows, the latest indication of an improving labor market.
... rite to Sarah Portlock at sarah.portlock@wsj.com and Eric Morath at eric.morath@wsj.com ... ... rite to Sarah Portlock at sarah.portlock@wsj.com and Eric Morath at eric.morath@wsj.com ... ... rite to Sarah Portlock at sarah.portlock@wsj.com and Eric Morath at eric.morath@wsj.com ... ... rite to Sarah Portlock at sarah.portlock@wsj.com and Eric Morath at eric.morath@wsj.com ... ... since mid-September. The last time claims were steadily this low was in early 2006. Meanwhile, the u.s. labor market reached its longest stretch of job creation since at least World War II in October ... ... rite to Sarah Portlock at sarah.portlock@wsj.com and Eric Morath at eric.morath@wsj.com ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 10:35:10 EST

Middle East News
Yemen Exposes Difficulties in u.s. Strategy
The steady weakening of Yemen’s pro-u.s. government over the past two months has exposed some of the same difficulties Washington faces in its efforts to battle extremist group Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
... Almasmari contributed to this article. Write to Maria Abi-Habib at maria.habib@wsj.com ... ... Almasmari contributed to this article. Write to Maria Abi-Habib at maria.habib@wsj.com ... ... Almasmari contributed to this article. Write to Maria Abi-Habib at maria.habib@wsj.com ... ... Almasmari contributed to this article. Write to Maria Abi-Habib at maria.habib@wsj.com ... ... we’re seeing in Iraq and Syria—where Americans expect instant gratification,” said the senior u.s. official. “But it doesn’t work that way.” —Hakim Almasmari contributed to this art ... ... Almasmari contributed to this article. Write to Maria Abi-Habib at maria.habib@wsj.com ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 07:45:23 EST

Business
Glaxo to Slash u.s. Jobs
Drug maker GlaxoSmithKline said it would lay off hundreds of its u.s. workers to reduce costs and to streamline its research and drug-marketing operations by the end of 2015.
... treatments for the skin cancer melanoma. Write to Peter Loftus at peter.loftus@wsj.com ... ... treatments for the skin cancer melanoma. Write to Peter Loftus at peter.loftus@wsj.com ... ... treatments for the skin cancer melanoma. Write to Peter Loftus at peter.loftus@wsj.com ... ... treatments for the skin cancer melanoma. Write to Peter Loftus at peter.loftus@wsj.com ... ... .-based company, which has about 99,000 employees globally, didn’t specify how many of its 17,000 u.s. workers would be laid off, saying only that it would involve “hundreds” in both its researc ... ... treatments for the skin cancer melanoma. Write to Peter Loftus at peter.loftus@wsj.com ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 03:50:55 EST

World News
Yemen's Al Qaeda Threatens to Kill u.s. Hostage
A u.s. terrorism watchdog says al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen is threatening to kill an American hostage kidnapped in the Arabian Peninsula country over a year ago if its demands aren't met.
... in his “life is in danger” and asking for help. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. ... ... in his “life is in danger” and asking for help. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. ... ... in his “life is in danger” and asking for help. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. ... ... in his “life is in danger” and asking for help. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. ... ... cal al Qaeda figure, speaking about alleged American crimes against the Muslim world and saying the u.s. is “aware” of the militants’ demands. Then Somers gives a brief statement in English, say ... ... in his “life is in danger” and asking for help. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 02:08:08 EST

Business
shale Oil's Secret Routes to Market
NEWARK, Del.—Early last year, a new kind of pipeline full of volatile oil appeared in this college town, halfway between Philadelphia and Baltimore.
... see trains with crude every day or so. I don’t like it, but this is the way it is.” ... ... see trains with crude every day or so. I don’t like it, but this is the way it is.” ... ... see trains with crude every day or so. I don’t like it, but this is the way it is.” ... ... see trains with crude every day or so. I don’t like it, but this is the way it is.” ... ... r the railroad industry anticipated the rapid and dramatic rise of oil shipments by train. In 2009, u.s. railroads transported about 21,000 barrels a day of oil; today they carry 1.1 million barrels a ... ... o tell states about the counties traversed by trains carrying combustible crude oil from the Bakken shale in North Dakota so local first responders could be notified. The Journal submitted open-record ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 00:05:53 EST

World News
u.s. Woman Stabbed, Killed in Abu Dhabi
An American schoolteacher was stabbed to death in a public restroom at a mall in Abu Dhabi by a suspect wearing the full black veil commonly worn by local women throughout the Arab Gulf region, police said.
... ng airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. —Associated Press ... ... ng airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. —Associated Press ... ... ng airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. —Associated Press ... ... ng airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. —Associated Press ... ... citizens. The U.A.E. prides itself on being a haven in the turbulent Middle East. It is part of the u.s.-led coalition conducting airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. —A ... ... ng airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. —Associated Press ...
Wed, 03 Dec 2014 23:38:03 EST

World News
u.s. Military Ebola Effort Could End by Summer, Top General Says
The u.s. mission in Liberia to combat Ebola could end as early as next summer, the top American commander in Africa said Wednesday.
... structing Ebola treatment units. Write to Felicia Schwartz at Felicia.Schwartz@wsj.com ... ... structing Ebola treatment units. Write to Felicia Schwartz at Felicia.Schwartz@wsj.com ... ... structing Ebola treatment units. Write to Felicia Schwartz at Felicia.Schwartz@wsj.com ... ... structing Ebola treatment units. Write to Felicia Schwartz at Felicia.Schwartz@wsj.com ... ... addition to more than $72 million on Ebola-related activities, including research and development. u.s. military personnel are providing logistical support, training health-care workers, testing flui ... ... structing Ebola treatment units. Write to Felicia Schwartz at Felicia.Schwartz@wsj.com ...
Wed, 03 Dec 2014 19:00:16 EST

Asia Markets
China Stock Surge Stokes fears
Trading volume in China’s stock markets surged to a record high Wednesday, but the recent rally has also revived memories of the kind of frenzy seen before the market cratered in 2008.
... d. —Amy Li contributed to this article. Write to Shen Hong at hong.shen@wsj.com ... ... d. —Amy Li contributed to this article. Write to Shen Hong at hong.shen@wsj.com ... ... d. —Amy Li contributed to this article. Write to Shen Hong at hong.shen@wsj.com ... ... d. —Amy Li contributed to this article. Write to Shen Hong at hong.shen@wsj.com ... ... d. —Amy Li contributed to this article. Write to Shen Hong at hong.shen@wsj.com ... ... d. —Amy Li contributed to this article. Write to Shen Hong at hong.shen@wsj.com ...
Wed, 03 Dec 2014 13:55:53 EST

Today S Markets
u.s. Stocks Edge Higher
u.s. stocks rose Wednesday as a rebound in oil prices led to gains in energy shares.
... he year. Shares rose 4.6%. Write to Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ... ... he year. Shares rose 4.6%. Write to Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ... ... he year. Shares rose 4.6%. Write to Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ... ... he year. Shares rose 4.6%. Write to Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ... ... on of 230,000 jobs, according to a survey of economists by The Wall Street Journal. Separately, the u.s. nonmanufacturing sector expanded by more than expected in November though hiring slowed. The In ... ... he year. Shares rose 4.6%. Write to Saumya Vaishampayan at saumya.vaishampayan@wsj.com ...
Wed, 03 Dec 2014 13:19:10 EST

World News
u.s. Pledges to Fight Islamic State 'For as Long as It Takes'
International efforts to defeat Sunni extremist group Islamic State have already degraded the group’s operations in Syria and Iraq, u.s. Secretary of State John Kerry said, as he pledged the campaign will continue “for as long as it takes.”
... y training mission from 2007-2011. Write to Laurence Norman at laurence.norman@wsj.com ... ... y training mission from 2007-2011. Write to Laurence Norman at laurence.norman@wsj.com ... ... y training mission from 2007-2011. Write to Laurence Norman at laurence.norman@wsj.com ... ... y training mission from 2007-2011. Write to Laurence Norman at laurence.norman@wsj.com ... ... sts, they added. Speaking at the end of the meeting, Mr. Kerry said those efforts are something the u.s. and its European allies should contribute to but that he is hopeful Iraq’s regional neighbors ... ... y training mission from 2007-2011. Write to Laurence Norman at laurence.norman@wsj.com ...
Wed, 03 Dec 2014 13:12:48 EST

Deal Of The Week
Singapore's GIC Fund Wagers on u.s. Property
Singapore’s sovereign-wealth fund is making a big bet on u.s. industrial property, as a strengthening American economy and the growth of online shopping fuel demand for warehouses and distribution centers.
... y, people familiar with the decision said. Write to Peter Grant at peter.grant@wsj.com ... ... y, people familiar with the decision said. Write to Peter Grant at peter.grant@wsj.com ... ... y, people familiar with the decision said. Write to Peter Grant at peter.grant@wsj.com ... ... y, people familiar with the decision said. Write to Peter Grant at peter.grant@wsj.com ... ... t opportunities” and that the company will make further announcements “when appropriate.” The u.s. industrial market is huge, encompassing about 13 billion square feet of space. Prologis’s occ ... ... y, people familiar with the decision said. Write to Peter Grant at peter.grant@wsj.com ...
Tue, 02 Dec 2014 23:17:23 EST

Health Policy
Rate Falls for Often-Deadly Ailments Acquired in u.s. Hospitals
The rate of often-deadly ailments that patients fall prey to inside u.s. hospitals fell by 17% between 2010 and 2013, federal officials said, resulting in as many as 50,000 fewer deaths while hospitalized.
... ections or falls—had occurred. Write to Louise Radnofsky at louise.radnofsky@wsj.com ... ... ections or falls—had occurred. Write to Louise Radnofsky at louise.radnofsky@wsj.com ... ... ections or falls—had occurred. Write to Louise Radnofsky at louise.radnofsky@wsj.com ... ... ections or falls—had occurred. Write to Louise Radnofsky at louise.radnofsky@wsj.com ... ... ... ... ections or falls—had occurred. Write to Louise Radnofsky at louise.radnofsky@wsj.com ...
Tue, 02 Dec 2014 20:11:31 EST

U S News
u.s.-Russia Space Alliance Hits Snags
Heightened tensions between Russia and the u.s. are hampering their cooperation in space, adding to the problems of an American space industry reeling from the crashes of two commercial spacecraft this fall.
... iority over commercial customers. Write to Philip Shishkin at philip.shishkin@wsj.com ... ... iority over commercial customers. Write to Philip Shishkin at philip.shishkin@wsj.com ... ... iority over commercial customers. Write to Philip Shishkin at philip.shishkin@wsj.com ... ... iority over commercial customers. Write to Philip Shishkin at philip.shishkin@wsj.com ... ... a British company rolling out a trio of u.s.-made satellites to provide high-speed broadband to the u.s. military, among others. Inmarsat already had launched one satellite with ILS, and had the other ... ... iority over commercial customers. Write to Philip Shishkin at philip.shishkin@wsj.com ...
Tue, 02 Dec 2014 19:30:28 EST

World News
Ukrainian Billionaire, Wanted by u.s., Builds Ties in Britain
When the U.K. government wanted advice early in the Ukraine crisis, it turned to a tycoon from the former Soviet republic, who was also a close associate of a British lord and a major donor to the University of Cambridge.
... ite to Benoît Faucon at benoit.faucon@wsj.com and James Marson at james.marson@wsj.com ... ... ite to Benoît Faucon at benoit.faucon@wsj.com and James Marson at james.marson@wsj.com ... ... ite to Benoît Faucon at benoit.faucon@wsj.com and James Marson at james.marson@wsj.com ... ... ite to Benoît Faucon at benoit.faucon@wsj.com and James Marson at james.marson@wsj.com ... ... ench Alps, Mr. Firtash flew to Vienna. On March 13, an elite Austrian police unit detained him on a u.s. arrest warrant. — Bradley Hope in New ... ... ite to Benoît Faucon at benoit.faucon@wsj.com and James Marson at james.marson@wsj.com ...
Tue, 02 Dec 2014 16:16:59 EST

Today S Markets
u.s. Stocks Trade Higher
Energy shares led u.s. stocks higher, with the Dow industrials reaching a new intraday high, even as oil prices continued to drop.
... C. Medtronic shares gained 0.7%. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ... ... C. Medtronic shares gained 0.7%. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ... ... C. Medtronic shares gained 0.7%. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ... ... C. Medtronic shares gained 0.7%. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ... ... Avanir Pharma, Cypress Semi, Spansion Wal-Mart Reports Strong Cyber Monday Orders GM, Chrysler u.s. Sales Jump ... ... C. Medtronic shares gained 0.7%. Write to Alexandra Scaggs at alexandra.scaggs@wsj.com ...
Tue, 02 Dec 2014 15:38:31 EST

Business
EU Says u.s. in Breach of Aviation Pact
European Union representatives said the u.s. has breached a landmark aviation treaty between two of world’s biggest aviation markets by taking too long to process a controversial effort by a Norwegian airline to expand its trans-Atlantic services.
... Write to Doug Cameron at doug.cameron@wsj.com and Robert Wall at robert.wall@wsj.com ... ... Write to Doug Cameron at doug.cameron@wsj.com and Robert Wall at robert.wall@wsj.com ... ... Write to Doug Cameron at doug.cameron@wsj.com and Robert Wall at robert.wall@wsj.com ... ... Write to Doug Cameron at doug.cameron@wsj.com and Robert Wall at robert.wall@wsj.com ... ... though it wouldn’t fly from that country, and hiring staff at local bases in Europe, Asia and the u.s. Eurocockpit, a group representing pilots, said Tuesday the Norwegian carrier was seeking to “ ... ... Write to Doug Cameron at doug.cameron@wsj.com and Robert Wall at robert.wall@wsj.com ...
Tue, 02 Dec 2014 13:23:36 EST

Digits
Nintendo Files u.s. Patent for Game Boy ‘Software Emulator’
Nintendo has filed a patent with the u.s. patent & Trade Mark Office that looks to enable users to play Game Boy on their smartphones or on displays in planes.
... fighting back piracy, analysts said. ... ... fighting back piracy, analysts said. ... ... fighting back piracy, analysts said. ... ... fighting back piracy, analysts said. ... ... ... ... fighting back piracy, analysts said. ...
Tue, 02 Dec 2014 03:39:33 EST

World News
u.s., Turkey Narrow Differences on Islamic State Fight
u.s. and Turkish officials have narrowed their differences over a joint military mission in Syria that would give the u.s. and its coalition partners permission to use Turkish air bases to launch strikes against Islamic State targets.
... ck anti-Assad rebels, Gen. Dempsey wrote. Write to Adam Entous at adam.entous@wsj.com ... ... ck anti-Assad rebels, Gen. Dempsey wrote. Write to Adam Entous at adam.entous@wsj.com ... ... ck anti-Assad rebels, Gen. Dempsey wrote. Write to Adam Entous at adam.entous@wsj.com ... ... ck anti-Assad rebels, Gen. Dempsey wrote. Write to Adam Entous at adam.entous@wsj.com ... ... y’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, said establishing a no-fly zone would require the u.s. to shoot down Syrian aircraft and to strike airfields. The regime could then compensate for th ... ... ck anti-Assad rebels, Gen. Dempsey wrote. Write to Adam Entous at adam.entous@wsj.com ...
Mon, 01 Dec 2014 08:33:26 EST

Middle East News
Egypt Militant Group Says it Killed u.s. Oil Worker
An Egyptian militant organization allied with Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the killing of an American oil worker.
... army checkpoint in October, killing 31 soldiers. —Copyright 2014 Associated Press ... ... army checkpoint in October, killing 31 soldiers. —Copyright 2014 Associated Press ... ... army checkpoint in October, killing 31 soldiers. —Copyright 2014 Associated Press ... ... army checkpoint in October, killing 31 soldiers. —Copyright 2014 Associated Press ... ... while working in Egypt. It said he had worked for Apache for 28 years and was 58 when he died. The u.s. embassy declined to comment on the militant group’s claim, and Apache couldn’t immediately ... ... army checkpoint in October, killing 31 soldiers. —Copyright 2014 Associated Press ...
Mon, 01 Dec 2014 05:01:44 EST

Technology
Dotcom Bail Upheld Against u.s. Claims
New Zealand court ruled that Kim Dotcom wasn’t at risk of fleeing the country as lawyers for the u.s. government had argued, and that he would be allowed to remain out of jail.
... bank accounts in a number of countries. Write to Lucy Craymer at Lucy.Craymer@wsj.com ... ... bank accounts in a number of countries. Write to Lucy Craymer at Lucy.Craymer@wsj.com ... ... bank accounts in a number of countries. Write to Lucy Craymer at Lucy.Craymer@wsj.com ... ... bank accounts in a number of countries. Write to Lucy Craymer at Lucy.Craymer@wsj.com ... ... tains his innocence, and is embroiled in a protracted legal fight to prevent his extradition to the u.s. An extradition hearing in New Zealand is scheduled for June. Mr. Dotcom has largely embraced hi ... ... bank accounts in a number of countries. Write to Lucy Craymer at Lucy.Craymer@wsj.com ...
Mon, 01 Dec 2014 01:27:00 EST

U S News
Iraqis Who Served u.s. Seek Visas...and Wait
After enduring attempts on his life while working as an interpreter for u.s. troops in Iraq, Neshwan Kherallah received a visa to settle in the u.s. in 2008. So did some other members of his family, made eligible for resettlement by his service.
... m to come to the United States.” ... ... m to come to the United States.” ... ... m to come to the United States.” ... ... m to come to the United States.” ... ... o choice but to leave Iraq. Now in Turkey, they are trying to find another avenue for reaching the u.s., such as through the UNHCR, the United Nations refugee agency, according to Melissa Patterson, ... ... m to come to the United States.” ...
Sun, 30 Nov 2014 23:57:13 EST

Business
u.s. Unlikely to Slash Oil Output
New pressure from opec will cause a lot of pain for u.s. energy companies, but they probably won’t slash American oil output anytime soon.
... s wait to see if oil prices stabilize. Write to Erin Ailworth at Erin.Ailworth@wsj.com ... ... Iran and Ecuador, whose economies depend on higher oil prices. “They believe, as I believe, that opec is not going to be able to hold out,” said Dominick A. Chirichella, ... ... s wait to see if oil prices stabilize. Write to Erin Ailworth at Erin.Ailworth@wsj.com ... ... s wait to see if oil prices stabilize. Write to Erin Ailworth at Erin.Ailworth@wsj.com ... ... translate into cheaper gasoline costs—“a wonderful Christmas present for the consumer.” Some u.s. companies will begin absorbing weaker operators. Nasdaq energy analyst Tamar ... ... , she added, might try to consolidate acreage in important areas such as the Eagle Ford and Permian shale regions of Texas and the Bakken of North Dakota.“In terms of major transactions on the produ ...
Sun, 30 Nov 2014 21:48:30 EST

U S News
Iraqis Who Served u.s. Seek Visas … and Wait
Amid the rise of Islamic State, thousands of Iraqis who served the u.s. and wish to immigrate there are in a state of limbo since the State Department, citing security concerns, suspended refugee processing in Baghdad.
... them to come to the United States.” Write to Miriam Jordan at miriam.jordan@wsj.com ... ... them to come to the United States.” Write to Miriam Jordan at miriam.jordan@wsj.com ... ... them to come to the United States.” Write to Miriam Jordan at miriam.jordan@wsj.com ... ... them to come to the United States.” Write to Miriam Jordan at miriam.jordan@wsj.com ... ... o choice but to leave Iraq. Now in Turkey, they are trying to find another avenue for reaching the u.s., such as through the UNHCR, the United Nations refugee agency, according to ... ... them to come to the United States.” Write to Miriam Jordan at miriam.jordan@wsj.com ...
Sun, 30 Nov 2014 20:03:02 EST

Markets
States, u.s. Beef Up Cybersecurity Training for Bank Examiners
Federal and state regulators are ramping up plans to train bank examiners about cybersecurity risks at a time when the financial institutions they oversee face growing threats from hackers.
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Sun, 30 Nov 2014 19:33:16 EST

Middle East News
Qatari Court Absolves u.s. Couple in Child's Death
A Qatari appeals court overturned a ruling against an American couple over the death of their adopted daughter, but a representative for the family said they have been barred from leaving the Gulf nation.
... of Asian descent, would adopt children who didn’t share their “hereditary traits.” ... ... of Asian descent, would adopt children who didn’t share their “hereditary traits.” ... ... of Asian descent, would adopt children who didn’t share their “hereditary traits.” ... ... of Asian descent, would adopt children who didn’t share their “hereditary traits.” ... ... nited with our sons,” he said after the ruling. “We have been unable to grieve our daughter.” u.s. officials intervened on the couple’s behalf, with State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki last ... ... of Asian descent, would adopt children who didn’t share their “hereditary traits.” ...
Sun, 30 Nov 2014 12:06:36 EST

Business
Energy Reels as opec Stands Pat
Energy company stocks and the currencies of major oil-producing nations stumbled Friday as opec’s decision to keep pumping crude at high levels despite a glut rippled across the globe.
... scheck@wsj.com, Sarah Kent at sarah.kent@wsj.com and Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... omic—vary widely and can be relatively low. But Mr. al-Naimi warned that if opec cuts output, non-opec crude likely will replace it. Attempts to reach the media office of the Saudi oil ministry were ... ... scheck@wsj.com, Sarah Kent at sarah.kent@wsj.com and Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... scheck@wsj.com, Sarah Kent at sarah.kent@wsj.com and Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... o u.s. shale producers would be worse. Mr. al-Naimi wasn’t advocating forcing down prices to run u.s. shale producers out of business, these people said. Indeed, so-called break-even prices for sha ... ... un U.S. shale producers out of business, these people said. Indeed, so-called break-even prices for shale production—the price at which wells remain economic—vary widely and can be relatively low. ...
Sat, 29 Nov 2014 00:25:02 EST

Business
u.s. Officials Chase Fake Goods Online
ICE and u.s. Customs agents are trying to crack down on counterfeit goods, but that trade has moved online where goods are shipped directly to consumers.
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Sat, 29 Nov 2014 00:14:37 EST

General News
Fresh Signs of Global Slump Challenge u.s.
Economic prospects are flagging across Europe, Japan and big emerging markets such as India, a turn that presents fresh challenges to the relatively robust u.s. economy at a time when the world needs a dependable growth engine.
... ic’s “deflationary mind-set.” ... ... ic’s “deflationary mind-set.” ... ... ic’s “deflationary mind-set.” ... ... . In Europe, consumer prices rose in November at their slowest annual pace in five years, deepening fears the continent may be tipping toward deflation. In Japan, the core consumer-price index in Octo ... ... e money supply and further depress borrowing costs, following a route taken by central banks in the u.s., U.K. and Japan. Commerzbank economists said Friday they expect eurozone inflation to hit zero ... ... ic’s “deflationary mind-set.” ...
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 22:51:01 EST

Economy
Fresh Signs of Global Slump Challenge u.s.
Economic prospects are flagging across Europe, Japan and big emerging markets such as India, a turn that presents fresh challenges to the relatively robust u.s. economy.
... ackstone at brian.blackstone@wsj.com and Takashi Nakamichi at takashi.nakamichi@wsj.com ... ... ackstone at brian.blackstone@wsj.com and Takashi Nakamichi at takashi.nakamichi@wsj.com ... ... ackstone at brian.blackstone@wsj.com and Takashi Nakamichi at takashi.nakamichi@wsj.com ... ... . In Europe, consumer prices rose in November at their slowest annual pace in five years, deepening fears the continent may be tipping toward deflation. In Japan, the core consumer-price index in Octo ... ... e money supply and further depress borrowing costs, following a route taken by central banks in the u.s., U.K. and Japan. Commerzbank economists said Friday they expect eurozone inflation to hit zero ... ... ackstone at brian.blackstone@wsj.com and Takashi Nakamichi at takashi.nakamichi@wsj.com ...
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 21:11:45 EST

Commodities
u.s. Appeals WTO Meat-Label Ruling
The Obama administration appealed a World Trade Organization ruling that would have limited meat-origin labeling, angering Canadian officials who threatened retaliation for what they called violations of international trade rules.
... Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ... ... Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ... ... Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ... ... Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ... ... ustoms plaza on the u.s. side of a new border crossing between Detroit and the province of Ontario. u.s. business groups are split on the labeling rule. Some large meatpackers oppose the rule, saying ... ... Paul Vieira at paul.vieira@wsj.com ...
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 16:10:59 EST

Europe Markets
opec Decision Continues to Hit Stocks and Currencies
The tumbling price of oil hammered commodity-dependent currencies as well as shares in oil and gas companies, a day after opec kept its output target.
... Write to Josie Cox at josie.cox@wsj.com and Chiara Albanese at chiara.albanese@wsj.com ... ... wer prices in trying to deal with rising North American oil production at a time when several major opec members are unable and/or unwilling to share the full burden of output cuts and markets are ove ... ... Write to Josie Cox at josie.cox@wsj.com and Chiara Albanese at chiara.albanese@wsj.com ... ... Write to Josie Cox at josie.cox@wsj.com and Chiara Albanese at chiara.albanese@wsj.com ... ... elasticities are tested, and non-OPEC supply sensitivities, and particularly the pain threshold for u.s. producers becomes better understood,” they wrote in a note. Turkey, a major oil importer, is ... ... Write to Josie Cox at josie.cox@wsj.com and Chiara Albanese at chiara.albanese@wsj.com ...
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 14:57:05 EST

Technology
Europe Targets u.s. Web Firms
Europe escalated its war against u.s. technology superpowers as the Continent’s two largest economies and the European Parliament backed efforts to rein in the influence of Apple, Facebook and Google.
... ractors say a wave of new regulations could discourage investment in Europe and leave the Continent behind in the race for technology dominance, despite a new crop of promising startups. Some in the U ... ... Frankfurt contributed to this article. Write to Sam Schechner at sam.schechner@wsj.com ... ... Frankfurt contributed to this article. Write to Sam Schechner at sam.schechner@wsj.com ... ... Frankfurt contributed to this article. Write to Sam Schechner at sam.schechner@wsj.com ... ... protection. European officials look at the protection of personal data as a fundamental right; the u.s. puts more emphasis on freedom of expression and regulates privacy mostly as a consumer-protecti ... ... Frankfurt contributed to this article. Write to Sam Schechner at sam.schechner@wsj.com ...
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 11:10:37 EST



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