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  • U.S. says Chinese group can’t buy Chicago Stock Exchange

    U.S. regulators on Thursday killed the politically sensitive sale of the Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) to a group led by China-based investors, saying a lack of information on the would-be buyers thre…

  • Renault green-lights Ghosn for 4 more years, picks No. 2

    PARIS (AFP-Jiji) — French auto giant Renault’s board on Thursday backed a new four-year term for chief executive Carlos Ghosn and set up his succession by naming a number two. “The board decide…

  • White House blames Russia for cyber-attack

  • Nidec chief to step down after 45 yrs

    KYOTO (Jiji Press) — Nidec Corp. said Thursday that it will promote Executive Vice President Hiroyuki Yoshimoto, 50, to president to succeed Shigenobu Nagamori, in a bid to rejuvenate its managemen…

  • Massive easing here to stay

    Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda’s reappointment, which the government proposed to the Diet on Friday, is aimed at giving the highest priority to overcoming deflation and stabilizing financial mar…

  • 3% hike in pay easier said than done

    Despite some prodding from the government, it remains unclear if companies will offer to raise wages by 3 percent during annual shunto labor-management negotiations in spring. Labor unions of major c…

  • Aso warns against yen’s rise

    TOKYO (Reuters) — Finance Minister Taro Aso fired on Friday a warning shot against gains in the yen, saying he would respond appropriately to currency fluctuations after the dollar hit a 15-month l…

  • U.S. producer prices rise in Jan., signaling inflation pressures

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) — U.S. producer prices accelerated in January, boosted by gains in the cost of gasoline and health care, offering more evidence that inflation pressures were building up. Whil…

  • Major trading houses on prowl for projects

    TOKYO (Reuters) — The nation’s trading houses are scouting for assets as they enjoy their best profit outlook in six years, driven by higher prices for commodities from metals and coking coal to …

  • U.S. consumer prices jump in January, fuel rate hike fears

    WASHINGTON (AFP-Jiji) — U.S. consumer inflation jumped sharply in the first month of 2018, the government reported Wednesday, spooking global stock markets amid concerns that interest rates will ris…

  • Zuma gives in to pressure, resigns as S. African president

  • Trump shows surprise support for gas tax hike

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (Bloomberg) — U.S. President Donald Trump surprised a group of lawmakers Wednesday by saying he would support a 25-cent per gallon increase in federal gasoline and diesel taxes to he…

  • Hilton books robust earnings on stronger dem


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