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  • Qantas Airways Ltd. posted a record full-year profit of 1.53 billion Australian dollars ($1.1 billion) on Wednesday, after undergoing a cost-saving restructuring amid steep losses just two years ago. The ...

  • The only sure thing in the run-up to the BOJ board meeting next month may be wilder market swings. Volatile movements in Japanese government bonds are likely because debt investors aren’t able to price in the outcome of the meeting, according to Hiroki Tsuji, a market analyst at Mizuho Securities Co. in Tokyo. Kuroda …

  • Tokyo stocks rose on the back of a rally on global markets in early trade Wednesday, with automakers including Toyota and Honda rebounding from the previous session's sharp losses. Investors are now awaiting ...

  • JPMorgan: Why we’re short the dollar

    JPMorgan has gone short the dollar against the euro and the yen, but don't blame the greenback.

  • China Asset Management Co. has seen more inflows into equity funds that invest offshore yuan into mainland equities since Britain’s June 23 vote to leave the European Union. CSOP Asset Management Ltd. had its strongest inflows in 14 months in June to an exchange-traded fund that pumps yuan held abroad into China’s sovereign …

  • Here are three charts showing why, and what it might take for Chinese policy makers to resume cutting the key rate. The PBOC’s foreign exchange reserves have steadied since March at around $3.2 trillion, halting a two-year drop. If reserves remain stable and capital outflows stay modest, the PBOC may feel less compelled …

  • The People’s Bank of China will auction 50 billion yuan ($7.5 billion) of the contracts in open-market operations Wednesday, the traders said. The central bank will also offer 90 billion yuan in seven-day reverse repos, the traders said. The higher cost of 14-day funds from the central bank would prevent institutions which …

  • AST may also reach out to stock exchange Nasdaq Inc. as well as trust banks State Street Corp., SunTrust Banks Inc. and Bank of New York Mellon Corp., said the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter isn’t public. Pacific Equity Partners, AST’s owner since 2008, is seeking as much as $1.5 billion for …

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  • Goldman On Oil: We Are More Worried About A Thaw Than … @ Barrons.com - 1 hour 18 minutes ago

    After six failed attempts, a deal to freeze production when OPEC meets in late September may well be possible, but a production freeze is not the point, according to Goldman Sachs. The bank maintains its view that oil prices will remain in $45-50 per barrel range through next summer. Goldman analyst Damien Courvalin and …

  • Australian Olympic gold medalist Mack Horton (L) disembarks from the plane with other team members, in Sydney, on August 24, 2016

    Australia set aside squabbles over under-performing athletes on Wednesday to welcome home the Rio Olympics team as heroes. Generous public funding for a return of just half the expected medal tally -- Australia's worst performance since Barcelona in 1992 -- have sparked recriminations. "Our performance is not just measured …

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    Toronto Stock Exchange rallies for a second day in a row as mining stocks make big moves. Eric Lam reports on Bloomberg TV Canada's The Daily Brief. More from Bloomberg.com Donald Trump the Mortgage Broker ...

  • OPEC’s Output Freeze: What Has Changed Since Doha?

    Saudi-Arabia’s hints of an output freeze are subject to erosion after earlier bold comments ahead of the Doha meeting, but the situation in several nations has changed since Doha

  • People receive free pears and apples during a protest staged by Argentine producers and farmers from the Patagonian provinces of Neuquen and Rio Negro for their losses in the activity in Buenos Aires

    By Hugh Bronstein BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Thousands of Argentines stood in line for free fruit next to the Casa Rosada presidential palace on Tuesday, while growers handed out 10,000 kilos of produce as a way of protesting price distortions and double-digit inflation they say crushes profits. The queues lasted for hours, …

  • Crude Oil Price Spikes on Reports Iran, OPEC May Cooperate

  • Even though rumors keep on lifting oil prices, oil is unlikely to break out of its narrow band as storage, supply and demand fundamentals are not moving fast enough

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