News Archive for June 28, 2017

  • Eurozone Bonds Extend Selloff on Hints of ECB Taper

    Eurozone Bonds Extend Selloff on Hints of ECB Taper Investors dumped eurozone government bonds, marking a second day of heavy selling for debt in the region after ECB President Mario Draghi hinted at unwinding the bank’s $2.6 trillion bond-buying program.

  • Companies Work to Contain Fallout From Global Cyberattack

    Global Firms Work to Contain Fallout From Cyberattack The fallout from cyberattacks that disrupted computers across Europe and the U.S. continued to cause problems for the world’s largest shipping firm as A.P. Moller-Maersk reported that a number of its port operations remain effected.

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  • U.K. Regulator Calls for Major Shake-Up of Asset-Management Industry

    U.K. Regulator Calls for Asset Management Shake-Up The U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority issued a damning verdict on the country’s $7 trillion asset-management industry, criticizing weak price competition and bumper profits.

  • Jihadists Are Seeking Beachheads in Asia, U.S. Admiral Warns

    Jihadists Are Seeking Beachheads in Asia, U.S. Admiral Warns Islamic State-aligned militants’ onslaught in the southern Philippines should be a wake-up call to Asia that jihadists returning from the Middle East are seeking to open new fronts in the region, the commander of U.S. Pacific forces said.

  • Global Shares Decline Amid Tech Weakness

    Global Shares Decline Amid Tech Weakness Fresh losses in the technology sector sent global stocks lower Wednesday while the euro and government bond yields continued to climb as investors reassessed the course of eurozone monetary policy.

  • Takata Bankruptcy Doesn’t End Auto Industry’s Pain

    Heard on the Street Takata Bankruptcy Doesn’t End Auto Industry’s Pain One of the world’s largest air-bag makers, Takata Corp., has finally filed for bankruptcy after a drawn-out scandal involving faulty products that caused multiple deaths. The question now is how much wind this will take out of its big-auto-maker customers.

  • Toshiba Sues Western Digital in Bid to Keep Sale of Chip Unit Alive

    Toshiba Sues Western Digital in Bid to Keep Sale of Chip Unit Alive Toshiba is racing to bring in $20 billion from the sale of its stake in Toshiba Memory Corp.

  • Soybean Diplomacy: New U.S. Ambassador to China Touts Agricultural Trade

    Soybean Diplomacy: New U.S. Ambassador to China Touts Agricultural Trade Terry Branstad touted trade as he took the helm of an important diplomatic mission that has been mired in uncertainty under the Trump administration.

  • Venezuelan President’s Claims of Helicopter Attack Contested

    Maduro’s Claims of Helicopter Attack Contested President Nicolás Maduro said a helicopter dropped grenades on the Supreme Court in a terror attack, though opposition figures called his claims a diversion orchestrated to deflect from the government’s attempts to neuter state institutions outside its control.

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  • J.P. Morgan Finds the Newest Banking Fad: Dark Corners

    J.P. Morgan Finds the Newest Banking Fad: Dark Corners J.P. Morgan Chase and General Electric are announcing Wednesday that the industrial giant will help install new energy management and digital technologies for about 4,500 branches at the nation’s largest bank.

  • More Complaints Against NYPD Officers Include Video Evidence, Study Finds

    More Complaints Against NYPD Officers Include Video Evidence, Study Finds Civilians are increasingly including video evidence in complaints against New York Police Department officers, according to a study by an independent police review organization. The study comes as civilian recordings of police activity have led to investigations of alleged overuse of force by officers.

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