• Ireland, Scotland attempting to deny minnows 'dream' World T20 qualification
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    Ireland, Scotland attempting to deny minnows 'dream' World T20 qualification

    Ireland captain Gary Wilson wants his side to ensure they finish "right at the top again" in the upcoming 2020 T20 World Cup qualifying tournament, but Nigeria and Jersey are among those chasing a "dream" appearance on the global stage. Scotland are the highest-ranked team in the

  • Ecuador counts cost of deadly protests after deal
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    Ecuador counts cost of deadly protests after deal

    Ecuador began counting the cost Monday of 12 days of indigenous protests against fuel hikes that left eight demonstrators dead and severely dented President Lenin Moreno's austerity program. Moreno and indigenous leaders reached an agreement Sunday after the president pledged to withdraw subsidy

  • Bank of Japan's Kuroda vows further easing if price momentum lost
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    Bank of Japan's Kuroda vows further easing if price momentum lost

    Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Tuesday the central bank would not hesitate to take additional easing steps if risks to the economy grow and threaten momentum towards its 2% inflation target. "We need to pay closer attention to the possibility that momentum towards achieving our

  • Reuters SG

    KKR-led group buying $685 mln stake in Philippines' top hospital chain

    Philippines' Metro Pacific Investments Corp said on Tuesday it is selling a stake in the country's largest hospital chain to a consortium led by private equity firm KKR & Co for 35.3 billion pesos ($684.5 million). The consortium will acquire a 42.5% stake in Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings

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    Tokyo stocks open higher

    Tokyo stocks opened higher Tuesday after a typhoon battered Japan over the long weekend, as investors played catch-up with other markets and Washington and Beijing worked on a trade deal. The benchmark ...

  • The Complete History Of Oil Markets
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    The Complete History Of Oil Markets

    Oil has arguably been the most important commodity in human history, with everything from wars to recessions and even technological breakthroughs leading to price booms and busts

  • Early Pinterest Investors Get Their First Chance to Cash In
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    Early Pinterest Investors Get Their First Chance to Cash In

    Oct.14 -- Early investors in Pinterest Inc., the fifth best-performing IPO this year among technology and communication stocks, have their first opportunity to cash in some gains. Bloomberg Intelligence's Jitendra Waral has more on "Bloomberg Technology."

  • Pound resumes slide at start of key Brexit week
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    Pound resumes slide at start of key Brexit week

    The British pound fell against the euro and dollar on Monday, the start of a pivotal week for Britain and the European Union to strike a Brexit deal. Sterling "is in the red as dealers are less hopeful that a deal will be struck between the UK and the EU," said David Madden, analyst at CMC

  • US slaps sanctions on Turkey as Syrian regime returns to north
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    US slaps sanctions on Turkey as Syrian regime returns to north

    The United States slapped sanctions on Turkey Tuesday as it demanded an end to its deadly incursion against Syrian Kurdish fighters, accusing its NATO partner of putting civilians at risk and allowing the release of Islamic State extremists. The actions came hours after regime troops returned for the

  • WeWork Struggles Provide an Exciting Opportunity, Industrious CEO Says
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    WeWork Struggles Provide an Exciting Opportunity, Industrious CEO Says

    Oct.14 -- Jamie Hodari, Industrious chief executive officer and founder, discusses the company's co-working business model and profitability outlook with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology."

  • Exclusive: No choice but to invest in oil, Shell CEO says
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    Exclusive: No choice but to invest in oil, Shell CEO says

    Royal Dutch Shell still sees abundant opportunity to make money from oil and gas in coming decades even as investors and governments increase pressure on energy companies over climate change, its chief executive said.     But in an interview with Reuters, Ben van Beurden expressed concern that some

  • Exclusive: No choice but to invest in oil, Shell CEO says
    Reuters

    Exclusive: No choice but to invest in oil, Shell CEO says

    Royal Dutch Shell still sees abundant opportunity to make money from oil and gas in coming decades even as investors and governments increase pressure on energy companies over climate change, its chief executive said. Shell, which supplies around 3% of the world's energy, set out in 2017 a plan

  • Oilprice.com

    Is Iran Considering An Attack On Saudi Arabia?

    The attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure sent ripples through the oil markets, and the absence of repercussions from Washington or Riyadh may well encourage more attacks

  • CME Says Bitcoin Futures Gaining Interest From Big Investors
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    CME Says Bitcoin Futures Gaining Interest From Big Investors

    The CME touts the success of its bitcoin futures contract, as the battle for institutional investors heats up thanks to competition from Bakkt.

  • SoftBank's Claure announces investment in Mexican startup Kavak
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    SoftBank's Claure announces investment in Mexican startup Kavak

    Japan's SoftBank will invest in Mexican used car platform Kavak, the group's chief operating officer Marcelo Claure said on Monday, adding to SoftBank's growing portfolio in Latin America. "We are proud to join with and invest in Kavak Mexico," Claure, who oversees SoftBank Group

  • Warning Turkey, Trump authorizes sanctions and slaps steel tariffs
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    Warning Turkey, Trump authorizes sanctions and slaps steel tariffs

    US President Donald Trump on Monday authorized sanctions on Turkey's leaders, reimposed steel tariffs and ended talks on a trade deal, seeking to punish the historic ally for its deadly offensive into Syria. Trump announced the measures as he came under intense pressure at home for appearing to

  • Facebook-Led Libra Forms Governing Council After Big-Name Departures
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    Facebook-Led Libra Forms Governing Council After Big-Name Departures

    At a charter signing in Geneva on Monday, the Libra Association locked in 21 members of its governing council.

  • Against All Odds: Iraq And Turkey Aim To Rebuild Oil Relations
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    Against All Odds: Iraq And Turkey Aim To Rebuild Oil Relations

    Turkey and Iraq have always had a volatile relationship, but recent shifts within the Iraqi border have driven the two countries to attempt to rebuild energy relations

  • Stocks close slightly lower after choppy day on Wall Street
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    Stocks close slightly lower after choppy day on Wall Street

    Losses in consumer goods makers, utilities and technology stocks helped outweigh gains in banks and real estate companies. A 2% drop in crude oil prices also hurt energy stocks. Washington and Beijing agreed to a truce Friday.

  • Trump authorizes sanctions, slaps steel tariffs on Turkey
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    Trump authorizes sanctions, slaps steel tariffs on Turkey

    US President Donald Trump on Monday authorized sanctions on Turkey's leaders, reimposed steel tariffs and ended trade negotiations to protest Ankara's offensive into Syria. "I am fully prepared to swiftly destroy Turkey's economy if Turkish leaders continue down this dangerous and destructive

  • Splurging on Seclusion: Cost of 5 Remote Honeymoon Destinations
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    Splurging on Seclusion: Cost of 5 Remote Honeymoon Destinations

    How much would you be willing to spend to have your honeymoon in some of the remote hotels in the world?

  • J&J is swamped by opioid fears and lawsuits, but Wall Street isn't worried
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    J&J is swamped by opioid fears and lawsuits, but Wall Street isn't worried

    Despite an onslaught of verdicts in the past quarter, J&J is expected to remain strong.

  • Associated Press

    How major US stock indexes fared Monday

    Losses in consumer goods makers, utilities and technology stocks helped outweighed gains in banks and real estate companies. The muted trading followed a rally Friday spurred by investor optimism over signs of progress in the latest round of trade talks between the U.S. and China.

  • Oilprice.com

    Oil Prices Fall After Misleading Trade War Rumors

    Oil prices fell significantly on Monday morning as it became apparent that there was very little substance to the apparent trade war success claimed by Trump on Friday

  • Bank earnings — What to know in markets Tuesday
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    Bank earnings — What to know in markets Tuesday

    A slew of big banks are gearing up to release quarterly results Tuesday including Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo.