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Euro zone bond yields stabilize after volatility
Euro zone bond yields steadied on Thursday as the market continued to calm from a sell-off that had sent bond yields and rate hike expectations shooting higher.
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Miners weigh on FTSE 100; Unilever top boost
London's FTSE 100 index fell on Thursday as miners slipped over rising troubles in China's property sector and investors fretted about rate hike prospects, while Unilever gained on strong quarterly sales growth.
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G20 split over coal, 1.5 degree climate limit ahead of Rome summit - sources
SummaryRome G20 precedes UN 'COP 26' climate meeting in ScotlandPhasing out coal a big hurdle ahead of Rome Oct. 30-31 meetingProgress seen unlikely before sherpas meet next weekChinese, Russian leaders unlikely to be in RomeROME, Oct 21 (Reuters) - The Group of 20 rich countries are divid
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European stocks head lower on Evergrande woes, mixed earnings
European shares slipped on Thursday, driven by gloomy sentiment on renewed worries around China's property sector and mixed quarterly results.
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European stocks head lower on Evergrande woes, mixed earnings
European shares slipped on Thursday, driven by gloomy sentiment on renewed worries around China's property sector and mixed quarterly results.
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European stocks head lower on Evergrande woes, mixed earnings
Oct 21 (Reuters) - European shares slipped on Thursday, driven by gloomy sentiment on renewed worries around China's property sector and mixed quarterly results.The pan-European STOXX 600 index (.STOXX) edged down 0.4% by 0710 GMT, retreating from its highest level in six weeks. Asian stocks we
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Japan's 10-year bond yields fall amid domestic equities retreat
Japan's benchmark 10-year government bond yields fell on Thursday as demand for safe-haven debt was underpinned by weak domestic equities, while investors bought back debt after the yields hit six-month highs in the previous session.
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Russia warns NATO any move on Ukraine will have consequences - report
MOSCOW, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Moscow has warned NATO that any move towards Ukraine's membership in the bloc will have consequences, the RIA news agency quoted Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudenko as saying on Thursday.RIA said Rudenko had been asked about U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Aus
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Turkey arrests Russians suspected of planning attacks on Chechens -state media
ISTANBUL, Oct 21 (Reuters) - A Turkish court has sent to jail pending trial six suspects, including four Russians, accused of espionage after they were detained on suspicion of preparing armed attacks on Chechen dissidents, state broadcaster TRT Haber said on Thursday.It said Turkish police first de
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S.Korean stocks fall for a second day as mood sours over Evergrande
Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korean shares fell for a second session on Thursday as investors weighed the outlook for China's property sector over ailing developer Evergrande's financial strains and elevated inflation. The Korean won weakened, while the benchmark bond yield fell.
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Foreign investors fled when Turkey began cutting rates -IIF data
A small but steady flow of foreign cash into Turkish bonds abruptly reversed in September, when the central bank shocked markets with a rate cut that hit the lira, according to data from the Institute of International Finance.
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EU lawmakers push for closer ties with Taiwan amid rising Chinese pressure
BRUSSELS, Oct 21 (Reuters) - The European Union must deepen ties with Taiwan and start work on an investment deal with the island, EU lawmakers said in a resolution adopted on Thursday, a move likely to anger Beijing as a similar EU-China deal struck in 2020 has been put on ice.The European Parliame
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Egypt economy forecast to grow 5.1% in year to June, 5.5% in 2022/23
SummaryCAIRO, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Egypt's economy will grow 5.1% in the fiscal year that ends in June 2022, but accelerate to 5.5% in each of the following two years as tourism continues to rebound and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic wane, a Reuters poll showed.The central bank said last
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Water-poor Egypt eyes quadrupling desalination capacity in 5 years
SummaryEgypt issues tenders for 17 new desalination plantsEyes adding 2.8 mln cubic metres' daily desalting capacityTo buy water from private plants for subsidised re-saleEmphasis on using solar energy to expand desalinationKarmSolar firm aims to cut costs by integrating utilitiesCAIRO, Oct 21
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Are we safe? Killing of UK lawmaker makes colleagues nervous
SummaryUK lawmaker killed while meeting constituentsMeeting voters seen as key part of the jobLack of security leaves some feeling vulnerableLONDON, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Last week, British lawmaker Christian Wakeford opened his office door in the market town of Radcliffe to a passer-by who wanted to t
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French minister Beaune says financial sanctions could be taken against Poland
PARIS, Oct 21 (Reuters) - French European Affairs Minister Clement Beaune reaffirmed to LCI TV on Thursday that financial sanctions could be taken against Poland if dialogue with the country over the primacy of European laws does not work out.Earlier in October, Poland's Constitutional Tribunal
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Japan's Nikkei falls nearly 2% on election, China Evergrande jitters
Japan's Nikkei share average fell nearly 2% on Thursday, weighed down by fresh fears around China Evergrande Group, concerns ahead of a general election and worries over the impact of rising costs on corporate outlook.
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Russia's SPB Exchange enters custody agreement with BNY Mellon before IPO
Russia's second-largest bourse, SPB Exchange, which plans to apply for a U.S. listing in the first half of 2022, said on Thursday it had entered into a global custody agreement with Bank of New York Mellon Corp .
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BOJ says Japan's banking system stable, warns of risks
Japan's banking system remains stable as a whole but faces risks such as a possible increase in financial institutions' credit costs caused by a delay in the country's economic recovery, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) said on Thursday.
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GRAPHIC-Analysts cut Asia's corporate earnings estimates on growth concerns
Asian companies' earnings have been downgraded for the first time in 16 months, data shows, on concerns over slowing growth in China and on worries that higher inflation and supply chain disruptions would weigh on profits.
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