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Anta Group Said to Syndicate 4 Billion Euro Amer Buyout ...

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The buyout financing is expected to comprise a 2.2 billion euro five-year facility, which will be syndicated in Asia, and a 1.7 billion euro seven-year term loan B to be offered to lenders in Europe, ...

The Best Case Scenario: What the Trump-Xi Dinner Could ...

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Whatever happens in Buenos Aires when President Donald Trump and China’s Xi Jinping dine on Saturday night, the trade wars are set to be with us well into 2019 and possibly beyond. There’s a good reas...

Trump Goes Into Trade Talks With Xi Holding One Big ...

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President Donald Trump and his party took a drubbing in the midterm elections. But the results held a bit of good news for Trump as he prepares to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Group o...

Ghosn's Detention Said Extended Amid Calls for More ...

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Japanese prosecutors extended the jail detention of former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn, people familiar with the matter said, amid calls for more transparency in the probe that led to the a...

SpaceX to Loft Satellites to Hunt Pirates, and Maybe ...

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The company he formed in 2015 had a simple pitch to government agencies: “We convert a capital expense to an operation expense.” Raytheon Co., the giant defense contractor, was an early investor and c...

South African Central Bank Governor Kganyago Wants More ...

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The South African Reserve Bank, having handed out the first three bank licenses in 11 years, is keen to see more entrants into the industry to drive down costs for consumers. All the newcomers operate ...

Four Years After Jet Vanished, Malaysia Still Open for a ...

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Malaysia’s government is still open to the idea of resuming the world’s longest search for a missing jet, even after a multimillion-dollar scouring of the oceans over several years failed to find anyt...

TDB Bank Is Said to Arrange $1 Billion Syndicated Loan for ...

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Kenya approached the Trade and Development Bank for a syndicated loan to pay off five-year Eurobonds maturing in 2019, according to a person familiar with the arrangement. The government is said to ta...

Back May Deal for a Stable Brexit, UK's Fox to Tell Tories

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U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will receive a boost from a pro-Brexit cabinet member on Friday as she fights against the odds to win enough support for her deal to pass a crucial vote in Parliament. International Trade Secretary Liam Fox…

Anil Ambani Clears Court Hurdle to Sell Telecom Assets to ...

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India’s top court ordered the government to approve the sale of billionaire Anil Ambani’s telecom assets once the tycoon submits guarantees to pay dues to state agencies. Reliance Communication Ltd.’s ...

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Fed Jumps Off Predictable Path and Into a Policy ...

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Federal Reserve officials have stepped off a predictable path of interest-rate increases and are signaling to investors a hard truth about relying on increasingly contradictory economic data: There ar...

How Far to Fed Neutral? - Bloomberg

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell fueled bets on risk assets after saying the central bank is “just below the broad range of estimates” for a neutral level of interest rates. But he didn’t say wh...

European Shares Down With Trade Tension in Mind; Altice ...

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European shares opened down, and are poised to close another month with losses, while investors will look to the G-20 summit and any moves toward a resolution to the trade war. The Stoxx 600 Europe In...

Airline Boss Takes 20% Pay Cut in Penance for Drunk JAL ...

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A drunk pilot has just cost the president of Japan Airlines 20 percent of his salary for a few months. Taking responsibility for the errant cockpit crew member, the top executive at the carrier, Yuji ...

Canadian Weed Giant Backs Medical Marijuana Trials in U.K.

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One of the world’s biggest cannabis growers is preparing to fund clinical trials of marijuana-based drugs in the U.K. that could help jump-start the nascent British market. Canopy Growth Corp., the Ca...

Merkel's Emergency Landing Investigated for Possible Crimes

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German authorities are investigating possible sabotage of Chancellor Angela Merkel's plane after pilots cut short her trip to the Group of 20 summit due to an electronics failure. A government official said investigators are looking at all…

Modi's Popularity at Risk as Farmers' Protest Hits Capital ...

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Tens of thousands of farmers started their march toward parliament in India’s capital on Friday demanding debt waivers and remunerative prices for crops, underscoring challenges Prime Minister Narendr...

Rocket Internet Posts Hefty Nine-Month Profit on Westwing ...

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Rocket Internet reported a net profit of 296 million euros ($337 million) in the first nine months of the year after several of its startups grew sales. The company has 2 billion euros in cash after s...

SoftBank Sets $21 Billion IPO, Skipping Price Range in a First

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SoftBank Group Corp. dispensed with a price range and chose to set a single preliminary figure for the $21 billion initial public offering of its Japanese telecom business, showing that the company and its bankers are confident of their…

An $85 Billion Asset Manager Is Planning a Total Exit From ...

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The biggest publicly traded life insurer in Norway, Storebrand ASA, is planning a total exit from coal by 2026. They’re one of a widening field of investors withdrawing from the most polluting fossil ...

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Brexit Bulletin: Opportunity or Fantasy - Bloomberg

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Today in Brexit: Theresa May gets the backing of one prominent Cabinet member, but a former trade chief warns of struggles ahead. The prime minister will get a boost from a pro-Brexit campaigner in he...

South Africa's Rand Is Seen as Emerging-Market Proxy, SARB ...

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The rand’s wild swings whenever there is good or bad news elsewhere in the developing world is due to its status as a proxy for emerging markets, rather than to domestic factors, said Francois Groepe, ...

U.K. House Prices Edge Higher But Annual Growth Remains ...

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U.K. house-price growth edged higher this month, but the annual pace of gains remained subdued, according to Nationwide Building Society. Average values rose 1.9 percent in November compared with a ye...

Bank of France's Villeroy Urges Italy to Respect EU Budget ...

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Bank of France Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau urged Italy to follow the European Union’s budget rules, in an op-ed piece in newspaper Corriere della Sera. Villeroy, who is also a member of the E...

Commodities Drop Looks Secular, Not Cyclical - Bloomberg

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A. Gary Shilling is president of A. Gary Shilling & Co., a New Jersey consultancy, and author of “The Age of Deleveraging: Investment Strategies for a Decade of Slow Growth and Deflation.” Some portfo...

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Meitu's Share Price Falls as China Cracks Down on ...

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A 23 percent plunge in Meitu Inc.’s shares in just a day and a half serves as a stark warning to Chinese tech companies: Don’t compete with Beijing. China’s Consumer Association on Wednesday issued a ...

Brussels Edition: German Succession

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Welcome to the Brussels Edition, Bloomberg's daily briefing on what matters most in the heart of the European Union. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every weekday morning. The race to succeed the German Chancellor Angela Merkel as…

Oil Poised for Worst Month in 10 Years on Specter of ...

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Oil’s on track for its worst month in a decade on growing fears over a global supply glut that’s been exacerbated by American waivers to Iranian crude buyers. Futures in New York are set to drop about ...

Swiss Weigh Plan B as Deadlock With EU Threatens Stock ...

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Switzerland must decide whether to implement a contingency plan to protect its stock market as the prospect looms of its exchanges losing recognition under European Union rules. The temporary equivale...

Wafra, Former Executive Lively Sued in Sexual-Harassment ...

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Kuwait-backed Wafra Inc. and its former head of real estate Francis P. Lively were sued in a Manhattan federal court by an executive at the closely held investment company who claims she was subjected ...