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  • FRN Variable Rate Fix

     . Santander UK PLC. Series 66 GBP 1,000,000,000.00. Floating Rate Covered Bonds due 16 November 2022. Under EUR 35 billion Global Covered Bond Programme. ISSUE NAME. Our Ref. ISIN Code. TOTAL INTEREST AMT. CURRENCY CODE. DAY BASIS. NUM OF DAYS. INTEREST RATE. VALUE DATE. INTEREST PERIOD. GBP 2,464,479.45. POOL FACTOR.

  • Topix sinks to near 4-month low as Apple warning hurts tech shares

    • BY Reuters|
    • 02:34 AM ET 02/18/2020

    Japanese shares fell on Tuesday, with the broad Topix index finishing at its weakest in nearly four months, as investors sold tech firms after Apple Inc (AAPL) warned it will likely miss quarterly revenue targets due to the coronavirus outbreak. The benchmark Nikkei average fell 1.4% to a two-week low of 23,193.80, while the Topix index dropped 1.3% to 1,665.71, its lowest close since late October.

  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Tuesday, February 18 2020 Natural Rubber Turnover: 178,118 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Mar-20 11,485 11,520 11,485 11,490 11,435 55 8 58 Apr-20 11,535 11,535 11,535 11,535 11,570 -35 5 39 May-20 11,650 11,730 11,570 11,640 11,585 55 139,657 163,665 Jun-20 11,760 11,830 11,705 11,780 11,700 80 12 42 Jul-20 11,735 11,805 11,730 11,750 11,555 195 4 17 Aug-20 11,905 11,950 11,855 11,895 11,840 55 4 22 Sep-20 11,965 12,025 11,865 11,935 11,875 60...

  • IMF team to visit Ukraine for technical discussions

    • BY Reuters|
    • 02:15 AM ET 02/18/2020

    A team from the International Monetary Fund will visit Ukraine for technical discussions, Goesta Ljungman, the IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine said on Tuesday. "A small IMF team will visit Kiev for technical discussions on policies to achieve stronger growth and safeguard stability," he said.

  • European new car sales down 7.4% in January: ACEA

    European car sales fell in January, hit by a sluggish global economy, higher car taxes in some EU countries and uncertainty over Britain's departure from the bloc, the European Auto Industry Association said on Tuesday.

  • EU Car Sales Fell in January After Tax Changes Prompted December Rise

    Passenger-car registrations in the European Union dropped in January after tax changes in some member states prompted consumers to move their purchases forward to December, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association, also known as ACEA, said Tuesday. New car registrations--a reflection of sales--fell 7.5% on the year in January across the EU to 956,779 vehicles, according to the association. The data now excludes the U.K., which is no longer part of the EU.

  • BRIEF-Três Corações Group Acquires Mitsui Alimentos' Roast And Ground Coffee Business In Brazil

    Strauss Group Ltd (SGLJF): * TRÊS CORAÇÕES GROUP ACQUIRES MITSUI ALIMENTOS' ROAST AND GROUND COFFEE BUSINESS IN BRAZIL, STRENGTHENING ITS LEADERSHIP POSITION OF THE COFFEE MARKET IN THE COUNTRY. * ACCORDING TO AGREEMENT, 3C TO PAY BRL 210 MILLION REAIS FOR MITSUI ALIMENTOS'S DOMESTIC COFFEE BUSINESS IN BRAZIL. * 3C JOINT VENTURE IS EQUALLY HELD BY STRAUSS COFFEE AND SAO MIGUEL FIP, OWNED BY LIMA FAMILY.

  • Shades of Detroit? Germany's auto heartlands in peril as 'golden age' fades

    • BY Reuters|
    • 02:08 AM ET 02/18/2020

    When Kristin and Thomas Schmitt took out a mortgage and bought a house last summer, the German couple's dream looked as if it was coming true.

  • METALS-London copper dips as Apple's warning signals virus impact

    • BY Reuters|
    • 02:03 AM ET 02/18/2020

    London copper prices dipped on Tuesday on concerns of lower demand from top consumer China, where the coronavirus outbreak dented activity, and as a warning by tech giant Apple (AAPL) highlighted the impact of the epidemic. Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange was down 0.2% at $5,798.50 a tonne, as of 0638 GMT.

  • INSIGHT-Shades of Detroit? Germany's auto heartlands in peril as 'golden age' fades

    • BY Reuters|
    • 02:00 AM ET 02/18/2020

    * German car industry faces challenges on several fronts. * Electrification and tighter emissions among biggest changes. * Hundreds of thousands of jobs may be on the line. * Different companies taking different approaches to problem. * For graphic on short-term labour: https://tmsnrt.rs/2SI5VeC. By Michael Nienaber.

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