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Monday, 20 November
Oil markets tepid ahead of Nov. 30 OPEC meeting
1h ago - SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil markets were tepid on Monday as traders were reluctant to take on big new positions ahead of an OPEC meeting at the end of the month, when the producer club is expected to decide whether to continue output cuts aimed at propping up prices.
Alibaba goes offline with $2.9 billion stake in China's top grocer
2h ago - (This story corrects title of Weiwen Han in paragraph 9 from analyst to managing partner for Greater China.)
Toshiba $5 billion stock issue results in huge dilution but delisting risk removed
3h ago - TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp's (>> Toshiba Corp) plan to raise some $5.4 billion (4.1 billion pounds) through a sale of new shares will help it avoid a delisting, but will also see more than 30 overseas investors, including activist funds, own 35 percent of the embattled conglomerate.
Asia stocks wilt, German coalition impasse hits euro
1h ago - TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares pulled back on Monday with investor sentiment hurt by a retreat on Wall Street, while the euro and German stock futures skidded after German coalition talks hit an impasse.
Swiss private bank Julius Baer hits record ‍assets total
1m ago - ZURICH (Reuters) - Julius Baer said on Monday its assets under management had hit a record 393 billion Swiss francs (300.9 billion pounds) after a 17 percent rise in the first 10 months of 2017.
Thailand's Economy Grows at Fastest Rate in Over 4 Years
5h ago - By Saurabh Chaturvedi Thailand's economy grew at more than 4% for the first time in four-and-a-half years in the third quarter, powered by...
News Highlights: Top Company News of the Day
7h ago - Marvell Nears Deal to Buy Cavium for About $6 Billion The acquisition would create a bigger and more well-rounded competitor to chip-making...
Debt-ridden Altice says not preparing equity-linked cash raising, no margin loan problems
3h ago - PARIS (Reuters) - Debt-ridden telecoms and cable group Altice (>> Altice) said on Monday it was not preparing to raise cash by means of any equity issue, adding it had no margin loans problems and was working on an asset sale programme to cut its debt.
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