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Australian banks need extra $8.5 billion to meet tougher New Zealand capital rules
Japan launches $122 billion stimulus to fight trade risks, post-Olympic slump
TSX falls 0.25% to 16,854.92
Chile's central bank slashes growth forecasts as protests take toll
EU agrees tough line on digital currencies like Facebook's Libra
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Tiffany profit falls short on weak demand in Americas, Hong Kong
By Aishwarya Venugopal (Reuters) - Luxury jeweler Tiffany & Co , which is being bought by Louis Vuitton owner LVMH , missed market expectations for quarterly profit and sales on Thursday, hit by lower spending by foreign tourists in the United States ...
Brazil statistics agency to adjust third-quarter GDP figures after exports revised higher
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's statistics agency IBGE will revise the country's third quarter GDP figures, it said late on Wednesday, after upward revisions to export data this week suggested growth may have been stronger than first estimated. IBGE ...
TD Bank Group's quarterly profit falls 3.5% as loan loss provisions rise
(Reuters) - TD Bank Group reported a 3.5% fall in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, as Canada's second-biggest lender by market value was hurt by higher provisions for loan losses and a restructuring charge. Provisions for credit losses also rose ...
UK regulators call time on lengthy glitches in banking services
By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Regulators made proposals on Thursday to strengthen the ability of banks and payment firms in Britain to cope with major incidents and maintain key services with minimum interruption. A parliamentary committee called ...
Pompeo says U.S. warns partners of risks from 'untrusted' 5G networks
By Victoria Waldersee LISBON (Reuters) - The United States has spent "the past couple years" working to make sure its partners around the world are aware of the risks of working with companies such as Huawei, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told ...
Brazil's real to stay soft, turnaround to hinge on economic recovery: Reuters poll
By Gabriel Burin BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Brazil's real will trade not far off record lows into the new year, receiving eventual support from a tentative economic recovery after months of unconvincing macro performance that has dragged the currency ...
Canada's CIBC profit miss sends shares to deepest daily dive in 10 years
By Nichola Saminather and C Nivedita (Reuters) - Shares of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce on Thursday posted their biggest daily percentage slide in a decade, after disappointing results including worse-than-expected bad loan provisions. CIBC ...
Western, Chinese consumers divided on electric, self-driving cars -survey
By Tina Bellon (Reuters) - Automakers, ride-hailing and technology companies plowing money into the development of electric, self-driving and shared car services will find more enthusiastic consumers in China than in Europe and the United States, a ...
Greek economic growth slows, net exports are main driver
By George Georgiopoulos ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's economy continued to recover in the third quarter, driven by net exports, but its expansion slowed from the second quarter amid weaker consumer spending and investments. Seasonally adjusted data ...
Italy's transport minister says government should intervene over UniCredit job cuts
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's transport minister said on Thursday that planned job cuts at UniCredit were unacceptable, adding the government must intervene in the matter. As part of its new business plan, announced on Tuesday, UniCredit said it would ...