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Following January’s Bank of Canada’s (BoC) meeting, which decided to maintain its key rate at 1.75% for the second consecutive time, the loonie is holding up against the greenback. Under current settings, we expect the Canadian econom...
13.02.2019
The investment firm JAB wants to boost its stake in beauty products company Coty Inc., offering to buy shares from existing stockholders if independent directors on the company’s board sign off on the plan. JAB said in a statement Tuesday an affiliate will pay $11.65 a share to purchase up to...
13.02.2019
Brexit is going down to the wire. We are hurtling towards 29 March with scant evidence the EU-UK are closer to resolution. Political brinkmanship has damaged GBP (although Euro has not performed well either), with traders selling upti...
12.02.2019
Compagnie Generale des Etablissements Michelin's after-tax and net profit both dropped in 2018, dragged down by a challenging economic environment and adverse currency effects, the French tire maker said. After-tax profit slipped to 1.66 billion euros ($1.87 billion) last year from EUR1.69...
12.02.2019
The Swiss economy remains robust and Swiss companies are optimistic, with order backlogs, stable employment and high capacity utilization. Inflation was quiet in January, with headline consumer prices +0.60% and -0.30% in yearly and m...
11.02.2019
The British government is trying to gain more time from the London Parliament for Brexit renegotiations with the EU. In an interview with the BBC on Sunday, Housing Minister James Brokenshire called for a new vote in the House of Commons on the modalities of Brexit to be postponed until 27...
11.02.2019
When central banks loosen money, it’s time to get bullish and fill your boots with shares. Loose money has been the primary inflator of asset prices in the last 10 years or longer. Should 2019 see slower economic growth – but easy mon...
08.02.2019
 
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