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U.S. housing starts fall further; permits at two-year low
Dollar holds steady, pound hits 27-month low
UBS wealth arm tells clients to shed negative yielding emerging market debt
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Fifth Wall raises $503 million from property owners seeking tech edge
By Herbert Lash NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fifth Wall, a venture capital firm focused on real estate technology, raised $503 million from a group of 50 large U.S., European and Asian property owners who will provide a market for the start-ups and their ...
Ryanair marketing boss does not expect any strike action in Europe
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Ryanair does not expect to see strike action in Germany or any other European markets, Kenny Jacobs, the Irish airline's chief marketing officer, said on Wednesday. Ryanair suffered a series of damaging strikes last year after ...
Facebook faces more scrutiny from Congress over Libra cryptocurrency plan
By Pete Schroeder and Anna Irrera WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Facebook Inc faces more questioning by U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday over its planned cryptocurrency, after a bruising first bout when senators from both parties condemned the project, saying the ...
Bank of America trims net interest income guidance
By Imani Moise and Noor Zainab Hussain (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp lowered its annual net interest income guidance on Wednesday to reflect a weakened interest rate environment as the second-largest U.S. lender reported higher-than expected ...
Hong Kong tourism, hotel occupancy falls as protests drag on
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong tourism numbers are falling and hotel occupancy rates are slumping after the Chinese-ruled city was rocked by sometimes violent political protests over the last month, adding pressure on its already struggling economy. ...
UK's Hammond attacks 'terrifying' views of Brexiteer Rees-Mogg
LONDON (Reuters) - British finance minister Philip Hammond said on Wednesday it was "terrifying" that leading Brexit advocate Jacob Rees-Mogg, who could have a role in the next government, thought Britain could be better off by leaving the EU without ...
Eni officials tried to tamper with witness in Nigeria case: prosecutor
By Emilio Parodi MILAN (Reuters) - Officials from Eni sought to convince a witness, a former Eni manager, to withdraw some statements he made during investigations into a Nigerian corruption case involving the Italian oil group, a court heard on ...
Turkey's economy to contract in 2019, limited growth ahead: Reuters Poll
By Ezgi Erkoyun ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's economy is expected to contract in 2019 for the first time in a decade and to see only modest growth in the following two years, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday. The poll of more than 40 economists ...
Euro zone inflation revised up to 1.3%, but still low for ECB
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Consumers prices in the euro zone increased by slightly more than initially forecast in June, data showed on Wednesday, although headline and underlying inflation rates were still below the improvement that policymakers are ...
BOJ Kuroda keeps upbeat view on economy, hints steady policy this month
By Leika Kihara CHANTILLY, France (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Wednesday the central bank will debate monetary policy this month based on a view the economy is sustaining a moderate recovery, signaling that he saw no ...