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  • Take Five: Time to talk

    - 1/STERLING BULLS UNLEASHED? Sterling bulls could be forgiven if they thought Christmas had arrived early. Deadlocked for months over Brexit, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar now say they "see a pathway to a possible deal".

  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks slip amid lack of detail on trade deal

    * Graphic: World FX rates in 2019 http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh. * Investors caution on lack of detail in trade deal. * China trade data add to signs of weakness in economy. * Asian stocks gain, European shares fall. * Wall Street futures down 0.2% By Ritvik Carvalho.

  • Freenet still rejects Sunrise deal despite Liberty Global offer

    Freenet still opposes Sunrise's 6.3 billion Swiss franc deal to buy Liberty Global's Swiss business, despite a new offer from the American seller to take part in the acquisition. Liberty Global (LBTYA), set up by U.S. cable pioneer John Malone, said on Monday it has offered to buy up to 500 million Swiss francs in newly created Sunrise shares to help finance the purchase.

  • Brexit hangs in the balance as EU demands more British concessions

    * Ireland: Brexit deal can be done, but work to do. * EU diplomats pessimistic about a deal. * Sterling falls. By Guy Faulconbridge and Robin Emmott. A deal to smooth Britain's departure from the European Union hung in the balance on Monday after diplomats indicated the bloc wanted more concessions from Prime Minister Boris Johnson and said a full agreement was unlikely this week.

  • FOREX-Dollar rebounds as ebbing trade deal optimism hurts risk appetite

    * Dollar rallies vs euro, weaker vs yen. * Sterling falls as EU, Britain pursue Brexit deal. * Asian and U.S. holidays to limit mkt volumes. * Graphic: World FX rates in 2019 http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh. By Tommy Wilkes. The dollar rose on Monday as investors headed into safer assets after they became more cautious that progress was being made towards a comprehensive U.S.-China trade deal.

  • Liberty Global backs Sunrise deal to tune of $500 million

    Liberty Global (LBTYA) has offered a 500 million Swiss franc sweetener to rescue the sale of its Swiss cable and TV business to Sunrise Communications but a key Sunrise shareholder said it remained opposed to the deal. Some Sunrise investors say the 6.3 billion franc price tag for cable operator UPC is too expensive.

  • BRIEF-OCI Prices Offering Of $600 Mln, EUR 700 Mln Notes Due 2024

    OCI NV: * PRICES AN OFFERING OF $600.0 MILLION AND €700.0 MILLION SENIOR SECURED NOTES DUE 2024. * THE DOLLAR NOTES WILL BEAR INTEREST AT A RATE OF 5.250% PER ANNUM AND THE EURO NOTES WILL BEAR INTEREST AT A RATE OF 3.125% PER ANNUM. * TO BE ISSUED AT PAR, WILL BE SENIOR SECURED OBLIGATIONS OF THE COMPANY AND WILL BE GUARANTEED BY CERTAIN OF THE COMPANY'S SUBSIDIARIES.

  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares get trade lift, let down by China data

    * Asian stock markets: https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4. * Nikkei futures rise, trade thin with Tokyo on holiday. * Shares up on relief at Sino-U.S. trade progress. * But caution as China export, import data disappoint. * Sterling rally pauses as EU summit looms over Brexit. By Wayne Cole.

  • FOREX-Dollar holds near 2-1/2-mth high vs yen on trade progress; sterling firm

    * U.S., China strike partial trade deal. * EU, Britain to hold intense negotiations on Brexit deal. * Dollar/yen near 2-1/2-month high as risk appetite returns. * Sterling rally pauses as EU summit looms. * Graphic: World FX rates in 2019 http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh. By Tomo Uetake.

  • Morning News Call - India, October 14

    FX WEEK AHEAD Reuters FX Buzz Analyst Jeremy Boulton, examines what the week could hold for the G7 currencies and select EM FX pairs at 5.00 pm IST. To join the conversation, click on the link: ...

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