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  • CANADA STOCKS-TSX rises with energy stocks, banks; up 0.7 pct on week

    Canada's main stock index ended up on Friday, with broad gains led by modest moves higher for its heavyweight energy and financial sectors while gold miners weighed. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index unofficially closed up 33.79 points, or 0.21 percent, at 16,108.09. It added 0.7 percent over the course of the week.

  • European shares set to snap 2-week losing streak as consumer stocks buoyant

    European shares edged higher in early deals on Friday, underpinned by gains among heavyweight consumer goods firms as the pan-European STOXX 600 index was set to snap a two-week losing streak. The STOXX 600 index was 0.1 percent higher, while Germany's DAX advanced 0.2 percent.

  • Smart Home Market Share & Trends will Hit USD 53.45 Billion by 2022: Zion Market Research

    Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Smart Home Market: Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2016-2022”. According to the report, the global smart home market was valued at around USD 24.10 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach approximately USD 53.45 billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 14.5% between 2017 and 2022.

  • BULLET: US TSYS: Futures lower in Asia-Pac trade, 10-Year....

    US TSYS: Futures lower in Asia-Pac trade, 10-Year future last down 4+ ticks at 124.31 retracing some of the move higher seen after FOMC minutes. Sources noting stops hit around the 125 handle. - Cash tsys also selling off, led by the 5-Year sector with yields up 2.4bp. - Seen some decent volume in FV roll, 22k taking bid to 06+. - US stock futures higher on risk on cross market flows. Dow futures up 32 points, S&P 500 futures up 3 points.

  • Nikkei eases as automakers drag, Mitsubishi Materials dives

    Japan's Nikkei share average fell on Friday morning after exporters such as automakers were sold, while Mitsubishi Materials (MIMTF) dived after it said its subsidiaries falsified data. The Nikkei declined 0.4 percent to 22,428.83 in midmorning trade, after markets were closed for a national holiday on Thursday.

  • CANADA STOCKS-TSX flat as resource share gains offset by bank falls

    * TSX ends up 0.72 point at 16,074.30. * Six of the index's 10 main groups decline. * Energy group gains 0.3 percent, materials sector up 0.5 percent. Canada's main stock index ended flat on Thursday, with materials and energy shares up with higher oil and base metals prices, while financial stocks weighed as retail sales data reinforced expectations the Bank of Canada is on hold until next year.

  • CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends flat as resource stock gains offset by financials fall

    Canada's main stock index ended flat on Thursday, boosted by gains for energy and mining stocks but weighed by losses among its financial issuers. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index unofficially closed up 0.72 points at 16,074.30.

  • Oi seeks to woo public banks, export credit agencies -sources

    The board of Brazilian telecoms company Oi SA (OIBRQ) is trying to assemble a coalition dependent on public sector creditors to pass its restructuring plan in the face of serious opposition from private bondholders, three sources with knowledge of the board's strategy told Reuters.

  • CANADA STOCKS-TSX gets boost from resource shares as oil prices rise

    * TSX rises 20.83 points, or 0.13 percent, to 16,094.41. * Seven of the index's 10 main groups advance. * Energy group gains 0.3 percent. * Materials sector climbs 0.4 percent. Canada's main stock index rose on Thursday, led by materials and energy shares as oil prices rose, while domestic retail sales data reinforced expectations the Bank of Canada is on hold until next year.

  • Belgium Business Confidence Rises Again in November

    Belgian business confidence rose in November to 1.6 from 0.5 in October, the central bank said on Thursday, as executives saw improved prospects in the services sector. There were slight improvements in the outlook for the building industry and for the manufacturing sector although executives were again less optimistic about the outlook for Belgium's export market. However, executives were much more confident about improved business in the service sector, with the November...

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