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  • German inflation eases further in May as energy prices slide

    Annual inflation in Germany slowed further in May, remaining well below the European Central Bank's target, preliminary data showed on Thursday, providing further justification for stimulus.

  • METALS-China hopes keep aluminium near two-month high

    * Premium for cash over three-month tin elevated. * Aluminium prices face strong resistance at $1,5445. By Pratima Desai. Aluminium prices held near two-month highs on Thursday as hopes for stronger demand in top consumer China buoyed sentiment, but an oversupplied global market and large surpluses are expected to cap gains.

  • Coronavirus unleashing new wave of U.S. layoffs

    The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits held above 2 million last week for a 10th straight week amid job cuts by U.S. state and local governments whose budgets have been decimated fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and more second-wave layoffs in the private sector.

  • WEEKAHEAD-AFRICA-FX-Kenya's shilling to weaken, Uganda's to strengthen

    Kenya's shilling is expected to weaken against the dollar in the week to next Thursday, while Uganda's will strengthen, traders said. KENYA. The Kenyan shilling could come under pressure from end-of-month dollar demand from the energy sector and multinational companies paying dividends. Commercial banks quoted the shilling at 107.00/20 per dollar, compared with 106.70/90 at last Thursday's close.

  • PRESS DIGEST- Canada- May 28

    The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. THE GLOBE AND MAIL. ** The Alberta government tabled legislation on Wednesday which, if passed, will allow cabinet to set limits on how long the province's independent energy regulator has to review and make decisions about applications for oil and gas projects. https://tgam.ca/2AjrcFD.

  • German inflation eases in May

    German annual inflation slowed further in May, remaining well below the European Central Bank's target, preliminary data showed on Thursday, providing further justification for stimulus.

  • BRIEF-Slate Retail REIT - As Of May 27, Collected 87% Of May Rents In Cash

    Slate Retail REIT: * SLATE RETAIL REIT - AS OF MAY 27, COLLECTED 87% OF MAY RENTS IN CASH Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  • BRIEF-Boston Properties Provides Business Update

    Boston Properties Inc (BXP): * BOSTON PROPERTIES PROVIDES BUSINESS UPDATE. * BOSTON PROPERTIES PROVIDES BUSINESS UPDATE. * Boston Properties Inc (BXP) - IN MONTHS OF APRIL AND MAY COMPANY SIGNED APPROXIMATELY 870,000 SQUARE FEET OF NEW LEASES AND RENEWALS.

  • BRIEF-India's Nesco March Quarter Consol Net Profit Rises

    Nesco Ltd: * MARCH QUARTER CONSOL NET PROFIT 529.2 MILLION RUPEES VERSUS 513.5 MILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO. * MARCH QUARTER CONSOL REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 1.18 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 935.1 MILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO. * DID NOT RECOMMEND ANY FINAL DIVIDEND Source text: https://bit.ly/2M56kEV Further company coverage:

  • CANADA STOCKS-TSX futures rise on recovery hopes

    Canada's main stock index futures rose on Thursday as countries around the world continued to ease lockdown measures, and tensions between China and the U.S. failed to dampen investor sentiment. June futures on the S&P/TSX index were up 0.33% at 7:00 a.m. ET. Canada's current account balance for Q1 is due at 08:30 a.m. ET.

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