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  • Bonds see large inflows, TIPS pull in record money in weekly flows - BofA

    • BY Reuters|
    • 03:33 AM ET 07/30/2021

    Bond funds enjoyed the largest inflows in three weeks at $12.7 billion in the week to Wednesday with investors putting a record amount of $3.2 billion into Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities, BofA said on Friday.

  • BRIEF-Weyerhaeuser Reports Q2 Earnings Per Share $1.37

    Weyerhaeuser Co (WY): * FOR REAL ESTATE, ENERGY & NATURAL RESOURCES SECTOR, COMPANY EXPECTS ADJUSTED EBITDA WILL BE COMPARABLE TO Q3 2020. * WEYERHAEUSER REPORTS RECORD SECOND QUARTER RESULTS. * Q2 EARNINGS PER SHARE $1.37. * Q2 EARNINGS PER SHARE ESTIMATE $1.41 -- REFINITIV IBES DATA. * Q2 SALES $3.1 BILLION VERSUS REFINITIV IBES ESTIMATE OF $3.09 BILLION.

  • European shares slide from peak as Asian worries sour mood

    • BY Reuters|
    • 03:23 AM ET 07/30/2021

    European stocks fell from record highs on Friday as concerns about the fast-spreading Delta variant and regulatory actions in China outweighed optimism around quarterly earnings season and an economic recovery. The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 0.8% by 0714 GMT, with Asian shares set for their biggest monthly drop since the height of global pandemic lockdowns last March.

  • German bonds set for best month since Jan 2020, focus on data

    * Euro zone periphery govt bond yields http://tmsnrt.rs/2ii2Bqr. German government bond yields were set for their biggest monthly fall since January 2020 on Friday, in a steady market as investors eyed inflation data for the bloc. Fears that economic recovery was peaking and may not be as strong as expected drove bond yields sharply lower across the world in July.

  • N.Korea's economy in crisis because of COVID-19, sanctions - South

    North Korea's economy suffered its biggest contraction in 23 years in 2020 as it was battered by continued U.N. sanctions, COVID-19 lockdown measures and bad weather, South Korea's central bank said on Friday. The Bank of Korea gives the most reliable estimates of economic output in the reclusive North, but other experts said the situation could be even worse.

  • Marketmind: Ready for a summer lull?

    A look at the day ahead from Karin Strohecker. We are almost at the end of a pretty breathless month: The peak growth versus peak inflation debate got a fresh lease of life thanks to Delta variant surges, a cooling of commodities' red-hot rally and of course, Beijing's big regulation crackdown.

  • BRIEF-Audi H1 Revenue At EUR 29.2 Billion

    AUDI AG: * H1 REVENUE TOTALS EUR 29.2 BILLION, OPERATING PROFIT EUR 3.1 BILLION, OPERATING RETURN ON SALES 10.7 PERCENT, PROFIT BEFORE TAX AMOUNTS TO EUR 3.9 BILLION. * H1 STRONG NET CASH FLOW: EUR 5.5 BILLION. * BEST FIRST HALF-YEAR IN AUDI'S HISTORY WITH 981,681 VEHICLES DELIVERED TO CUSTOMERS.

  • MORNING BID-Ready for a summer lull?

    A look at the day ahead from Karin Strohecker. Actually, those obstacles did little to keep equity markets from sailing to record highs across multiple regions on Thursday. Reassurances from Beijing's regulators and official media have also helped but not enough to make for a quiet Friday, with markets having a bit of a wobble.

  • Oil prices drop, but on track for weekly gain

    * Brent, WTI both on track for over 1% weekly gains. * Vaccines likely to mitigate Delta's impact on demand -analysts. By Sonali Paul and Koustav Samanta. Oil prices fell on Friday but remained on track to post steep weekly gains with demand growing faster than supply, while vaccinations are expected to alleviate the impact of a resurgence in COVID-19 infections across the globe.

  • BA-owner IAG cautious on recovery, sees summer capacity rising to 45%

    • BY Reuters|
    • 02:38 AM ET 07/30/2021

    IAG said summer capacity would rise to 45% of pre-pandemic levels from 22% in the previous quarter, in the latest sign that a travel recovery is underway, although the British Airways-owner said significant uncertainty remained.

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