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Exclusive: US finds possible Deutsche Ba

U.S. congressional investigators have identified possible failures in Deutsche Bank AG's money laundering controls in its dealings with Russian oligarchs, after the lender handed over a trove of transaction records, emails and other documents, three people familiar with the matter said. Roger Fortuna has more.

14-Sep-2019
Former Starbucks CEO won't seek U.S. pre

Former Starbucks Corp chief executive Howard Schultz has abandoned plans for an independent presidential run. Havovi Cooper reports.

14-Sep-2019
New factory: Louis Vuitton beats trade w

French luxury brand Louis Vuitton has inaugurated a new factory in western France to meet strong demand in markets like China. David Pollard reports.

14-Sep-2019
Facebook hit with another antitrust prob

Several U.S. state attorneys general will investigate Facebook on whether the social network stifled competition and put users at risk, days after reports that Google would face an antitrust probe from a host of attorneys general. Havovi Cooper reports.

13-Sep-2019
Hiring slowdown extends into August

U.S. employment growth slowed more than expected in August, amid signs the trade war between Washington and Beijing are taking a toll on business sentiment, but wages saw their biggest jump in six months.  Conway G. Gittens reports.

13-Sep-2019
At Europe tech show, Huawei stays defian

Europe's top consumer technology show opens Friday in Berlin, and Huawei was sounding bullish about its plans despite the challenge of U.S. sanctions. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

13-Sep-2019
U.S. congressional probe finds possible

U.S. congressional investigators have identified possible failures in Deutsche Bank's money laundering controls in its dealings with Russian oligarchs, three people familiar with the matter have told Reuters.  David Pollard reports.

13-Sep-2019
Trade disputes to trim billions in ecomi

Trade policy uncertainty driven by the Trump administration's escalating dispute with China means hundreds of billions of dollars in lost U.S. output and as much as $850 billion lost globally through early next year, research published this week by the Federal Reserve suggests. Chris Dignam has more.

13-Sep-2019
Wall Street back in rally mode

U.S. stocks surged Thursday on expectations of a de-escalation in trade tensions after Washington and Beijing agreed to hold high-level talks next month, while strong U.S. economic data eased fears of a domestic slowdown. Fred Katayama reports.

13-Sep-2019
High stock prices are justifiable - Felt

With the S&P 500 less than 2% from its all time highs, RiverFront Investment Group's Rebecca Felton tells Reuters' Fred Katayama she prefers U.S. stocks over international and emerging markets equities even though valuations are high.

13-Sep-2019
Slack shares tumble after dismal outlook

A revenue growth warning from Slack in its first post-market debut earnings call did not go well with investors.  Conway G. Gittens has the story.

13-Sep-2019
Facebook launches U.S. dating service

Facebook has launched a dating service in the United States that will allow users to integrate their Instagram posts with their dating profiles. Jillian Kitchener reports.

13-Sep-2019
WeWork weighs slashing valuation

WeWork owner The We Company is considering slashing the valuation it will seek in an IPO at a little over $20 billion, less than half the $47 billion valuation it achieved in a private fundraising round in January, sources tell Reuters. Fred Katayama reports.

13-Sep-2019
Thyssenkrupp to leave Germany's blue chi

Thyssenkrupp will drop out of Germany's benchmark stock index this month, the stock market operator said, in the latest setback for the ailing conglomerate's turnaround efforts. David Pollard reports.

13-Sep-2019
As Porsche jumps in, fresh signs that el

Fresh signs this week that electric vehicles are coming of age, with Porsche launching its first such car and UK registrations of emission-free motors jumping 377.5 percent. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

13-Sep-2019
Recession risks rise for Germany as indu

German industrial orders fell more than expected in July on weak demand from abroad, data showed on Thursday, suggesting that struggling manufacturers could tip Europe's biggest economy into a recession in the third quarter.  David Pollard reports.

13-Sep-2019
Samsung tries again with its folding pho

Samsung has relaunched its Fold smartphone after an earlier launch was aborted when the handsets proved easy to break. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

13-Sep-2019
Under siege in Nigeria, South African bu

South African companies MTN and Shoprite closed stores in Nigeria on Wednesday after attacks on their facilities in the country - a retaliation after days of riots in South Africa chiefly targeting foreign-owned, including Nigerian, businesses. David Doyle reports.

13-Sep-2019
Nissan CEO, execs were overpaid: source

Nissan Motor was embroiled in another scandal over executive pay on Thursday (August 5) after Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa admitted to being overpaid in violation of an internal scheme. Ryan Brooks reports.

13-Sep-2019
Wall Street rebounds on overseas news

Wall Street's main indexes rebounded Wednesday after robust economic data from China, easing tensions in Hong Kong and British lawmakers' approval of a law to delay Brexit provided relief to investors worried about global growth. Fred Katayama reports.

12-Sep-2019
Five things to watch in September

September has a downward bias for the markets, but Invesco's Kristina Hooper tells Reuters' Fred Katayama investors should "believe in the Fed."

12-Sep-2019
system.scripts.YouTube to pay fine for c

Google, which is owned by Alphabet and its YouTube video service will pay $170 million to settle allegations that it broke federal law by collecting personal information about children, the Federal Trade Commission said on Wednesday. Havovi Cooper reports.

12-Sep-2019
The land of the car develops a taste for

A rising number of environmentally conscious Germans are buying electric cargo bikes, which last year outsold electric cars in a country known for its love of the combustion engine. Emer McCarthy reports.

12-Sep-2019
ECB back to easing again, but inflation

The European Central Bank will cut its deposit rate next week and announce a restart of its asset purchase programme. But most economists polled by Reuters are sceptical about its ability to shape the inflation outlook.  David Pollard reports.

04-Sep-2019
Cathay Pacific chairman follows CEO to e

Cathay Pacific Chairman John Slosar has quit, just three weeks after the airline's CEO made his exit, but the firm says it's nothing to do with its problems over staff involvement in Hong Kong protests. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

04-Sep-2019
India's economy suffers car crash

Automakers, component manufacturers and car dealers in India have laid off an estimated 350,000 workers since the start of the year, in response to plunging sales.  As David Pollard reports, the downturn is beginning to have a wider impact.

04-Sep-2019
UK retailer M&S set to be kicked out of

UK retailer M&S will be evicted from the FTSE 100 index for the first time according to Reuters calculations, marking an unfortunate milestone in the brand's recent struggles. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

04-Sep-2019
Walmart to end sales of ammunition for h

Walmart on Tuesday said it would discontinue sales of some ammunition - for short-barrel rifles and handguns - in stores across the United States, in response to the mass shootings in Texas last month that killed several people. Jillian Kitchener has more.

04-Sep-2019
Retailer Zara seeks distance from Hong K

Spanish fashion brand Zara, seeking to avoid becoming embroiled in controversy over protests in Hong Kong, issued a statement on Chinese social media expressing support for China’s sovereignty over the Asian financial hub. Lisa Bernhard reports.

04-Sep-2019
Weak factory data weigh on Wall Street

U.S. stocks fell Tuesday as investors worried about global growth prospects after data showed U.S. factory activity shrank in August for the first time since 2016 and the United States and China imposed new tariffs on each other over the weekend. Fred Katayama reports.

04-Sep-2019
Ariana Grande sues Forever 21 for $10 mi

The singing superstar Ariana Grande has sued Forever 21 for $10 million, accusing the fashion retailer and a beauty company started by its billionaire founders' daughters of piggybacking off her fame and influence to sell their wares. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

04-Sep-2019
Market worries could crimp spending - Co

Consumer concerns over market volatility could make them crimp spending, DataTrek Research's Nick Colas tells Reuters' Fred Katayama. He says that's a bearish sign for the markets.

04-Sep-2019
Wall St tumbles on lack of trade war pro

U.S. stocks slid across the board on Tuesday as tit-for-tat tariffs that went into effect on Sunday did little to ease trade tensions between the world's two biggest economies. Conway G. Gittens reports.

03-Sep-2019
U.S. manufacturing shrinks in August

U.S. manufacturing activity shrank for the first time in three years in August. As Fred Katayama reports, new orders and hiring declined as trade tensions weighed on business confidence.

03-Sep-2019
Oil drops 2% as trade war rumbles on and

Oil prices fell by 2% on Tuesday, weighed down by rising OPEC and Russian oil output as well as the protracted U.S.-China trade dispute that has dragged on the global economy.  David Pollard reports.

03-Sep-2019
Pound slides, retail flatlines as Brexit

The pound slides and UK retail sales flatline as Brexit looms and an election looks ever more likely.  As David Pollard reports, new readings show pressure mounting on the construction sector, too.

03-Sep-2019
Droids and superheroes ride to rescue fo

Sales of Star Wars and Avengers minifigures helped propel Lego to sales growth in the first half. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

03-Sep-2019
Ahead of Brexit, UK factories go quiet

British manufacturing contracted last month at the fastest rate in seven years, rocked by the deepening Brexit crisis and the global downturn. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

03-Sep-2019
Budget airline blues: Strikes at Ryanair

Budget airline Ryanair faces more strikes on Monday, while rival Norwegian is asking creditors for help with its debts. Julian Satterthwaite rounds up the latest troubles for the sector.

03-Sep-2019
Argentina restricts dollar purchases as

Argentina has reimposed capital controls as its economic crisis deepens. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

03-Sep-2019
China, U.S. kick off new round of tariff

China and the United States imposed additional tariffs on each other’s imports on Sunday, but U.S. President Donald Trump said the sides would still meet for talks later this month. Chris Dignam has more.

03-Sep-2019
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's account hacked

The account of Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey was hacked on Friday afternoon, sending public tweets and retweets including racial slurs and curse words to 4 million followers.

03-Sep-2019
What to watch in the week ahead

Wall Street will key in on the jobs report and speeches by Fed officials in the week ahead.

03-Sep-2019
Wall Street mixed ahead of holiday weeke

Wall Street showed mixed results Friday as investors were cautious ahead of a holiday weekend. Fred Katayama reports.

03-Sep-2019
Go for high-yielding stocks this fall -

Investors should position themselves defensively in September, Helios Quantitative's Joe Mallen tells Reuters' Fred Katayama.

03-Sep-2019
CDC issues warning over vaping

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a health advisory Friday, warning that youth, young adults and pregnant women should not use e-cigarettes. Tamara Lindstrom reports.

03-Sep-2019
China to exempt Tesla cars from sales ta

Shares of Tesla rallied on Friday after China announced it will exempt Tesla cars from a 10 percent sales tax.  Conway G. Gittens reports.

03-Sep-2019
Ulta Beauty's ugly day

Shares of Ulta Beauty lost more than a quarter of their value after the fast-growing costmetics and skin care retailer warned sales would slow and cut its profit forecast. Fred Katayama reports.

03-Sep-2019
Resurrected Uganda Airlines flies into c

Uganda Airlines has taken to the skies once more after almost two decades out of action, but flies into a crowded aviation market in Africa where carriers have the weakest finances and emptiest planes of any region in the world.

03-Sep-2019
Analysts slash oil price forecasts on tr

Analysts have slashed their oil price forecasts to the lowest in more than 16 months, citing softening global demand as an economic slowdown looms and uncertainty prevails on the U.S.-China trade front.  David Pollard reports.

03-Sep-2019
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