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S&P 500 ends flat in choppy trade
The S&P 500 ended little changed in a choppy trading session on Tuesday as the possibility of a partial government shutdown added to investors' jitters ahead of a highly anticipated Federal Reserve meeting. Fred Katayama reports.
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J&J tries to limit impact of Reuters report
Johnson & Johnson moved to contain fallout from a Reuters report that had said the healthcare conglomerate knew for decades about cancer-causing asbestos in its Baby Powder. Roselle Chen reports.
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Stocks dip ahead of Fed news; oil prices drop
Global equity markets dipped on Tuesday as nervous investors awaited indications whether the Federal Reserve will be able to raise interest rates much further amid turbulent markets and a weakening outlook for the global economy.
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Start nibbling on oil ETFs, Russell 2000, says Jeff Tomasulo
Vespula Capital's CEO tells Reuters' Fred Katayama investors should dollar-cost average instead of making big bets in this volatile market.
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Look for investment grade bonds to shine in '19, says Ajay Rajadhyaksha
Barclays' head of macro research tells Reuters' Fred Katayama a global economic slowdown will benefit high quality fixed income assets. He explains why he sees single digit percentage gains for the S&P 500.
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Fund managers raise cash as small caps sink
The shares of small companies in the U.S. fell into a bear market Monday, but several top-performing fund managers had already been acting as if it was inevitable.
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Breakingviews TV: New Goldman
David Solomon starts his first year as Goldman Sachs CEO with a mandate to grow the Wall Street firm, and something to prove. John Foley looks at how he could close the gap with crosstown rival Morgan Stanley, provided the bubbling 1MDB scandal doesn’t dominate his to-do list.
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Lovot - the robot that encourages you to love
Japanese startup Groove X, founded by an alumni of SoftBank Group Corp's robotics unit, has unveiled its first creation, a companion robot designed to make users happy. As Ivor Bennett reports the Lovot, a mash-up of "love" and "robot", cannot help with the housework but it will apparently "draw out your ability to love."
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Global economy: Santa tightens belt - leaner times ahead ....
Japan's government has revised down its forecasts for economic growth and consumer prices as natural disasters and weakening export demand weighed on the economy. As David Pollard reports, there were also warnings that Germany's economy faces a "lean" Christmas and the UK's is set for the slowest growth since 2009.
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As stores suffer, it's not just the web to blame
Clothing retailers across Europe are suffering poor sales, and as the malaise spreads to online stores as well, it seems it's not just competition from the web to blame. Reuters' Sonya Dowsett looks into the sector's woes.
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A world away, sting lingers from Fed's rate hikes
Indirectly and often subtly, people everywhere feel it when the U.S. Federal Reserve taps the brakes on the world's biggest economy, as it is poised to do again this week.
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'Who would be the stupidest person America could elect president?'
Actors and producers of 'The Simpsons' mark 30 years of series at Empire State Building and reflect on prediction of Donald Trump as president and impact of hit series. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Keep your cool during market slide, says Comprehensive Wealth Management's John Vento
The Fed will hike rates this week, but it'll ease off on rate hikes next year, says Comprehensive Wealth Management's John Vento. Aleksandra Michalska reports.
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Google to spend $1 bln on new campus in New York
Alphabet's Google is investing more than $1 billion on a new campus in New York, becoming the second major technology company after Amazon to pick America's financial capital. Jade Barker reports.
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Boeing and Embraer approve their $4.2 bln joint venture
Boeing and Embraer approved the terms of their $4.2 billion joint venture, but the deal still needs a nod from the Brazilian government. Jade Barker reports.
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Breakingviews TV: Woe Canada
U.S. corporate tax cuts and rising shale oil production pose an economic threat to the country’s northern neighbor. John Foley says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can best respond by cutting Canada’s internal trade barriers and being more welcoming to foreign investment.
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Hitachi buys live wire in ABB power deal
ABB will sell a majority stake in its Power Grids division to Japan's Hitachi and return the proceeds to shareholders, bowing to pressure from an activist investor to sell the business that makes transformers and converters. As Pascale Davies reports, the acquisition, which values the unit at $11 billion, will see Hitachi become one of the largest players in the power grid industry.
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ASOS profit warning brings retail stress for markets
European shares tumbled again on Monday as a profit warning from online fashion retailer ASOS sent retail stocks spiraling down as investors fretted that consumers are failing to deliver the traditional pre-Christmas spending boost to markets. Ivor Bennett reports
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Malaysia files charges against Goldman in 1MDB probe
Malaysia says it has filed criminal charges at home against Goldman Sachs and two of the U.S. bank's former employees in connection with a corruption and money laundering probe at state fund 1MDB. Grace Lee reports.
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Small rifle companies make gains on larger rivals
A cluster of small, privately held rifle manufacturers are taking market share from larger rivals as they side-step scrutiny from gun control activists and banks, while creating innovative product designs to attract buyers.
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