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  • 09/22/2017 00:29:08

    Boeing boosts Southeast Asia order forecast on strong demand

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Boeing Co said on Friday it had increased its 20-year forecast for Southeast Asian demand by 460 aircraft, the largest jump of any global region, as low-cost carriers make travel more accessible.

  • 09/20/2017 23:44:15

    CapitaLand Commercial to buy Singapore office tower from BlackRock for $1.55 bln

    SINGAPORE, Sept 21 (Reuters) - CapitaLand Commercial Trust said on Thursday it was buying an office tower in Singapore's financial district for for S$2.1 billion ($1.55 billion) from BlackRock Inc, the world's largest asset manager.

  • 09/20/2017 20:44:50

    Oil dips on rising U.S. crude inventories and production

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil markets dipped on Thursday, weighed down by rising U.S. crude inventories and production as well as a stronger dollar, which potentially hampers fuel consumption in countries that use other currencies at home.

  • 09/20/2017 07:10:18

    Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Biogen, Electronic Arts, Gap, Intuit, J&J, 3M, Intercept, AutoZone and More


  • 09/20/2017 05:45:34

    As Apple slows, fast-moving Chinese rivals gain in wealthy markets

    HONG KONG/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Slowing innovation at iPhone maker Apple gives Asian rivals their best chance yet to conquer developed markets, retailers and consumers say - thanks to better designs and lower prices.

  • 09/18/2017 00:09:34

    UPDATE 1-Australia's Cromwell seeks up to $1.1 bln with Singapore REIT offering -IFR

    * IPO to be priced Sept. 21, debut Sept. 28 (Adds details on cornerstone investors, pricing and debut dates)

  • 09/17/2017 18:22:10

    After 50 years, Rolling Stone is up for sale: report

    Rolling Stone, the iconic music magazine, is being put up for sale, according to a New York Times report Sunday. Founder Jann Wenner is ready to give up control of the independent magazine, the Times reported, putting Wenner Media, which owns a majority stake in Rolling Stone, on the market. The move comes in response to financial difficulties, largely related to the decline in print advertising in recent years. Last year, Wenner Media sold a 48% stake to Singapore's BandLab Technologies Ltd. Wenner has hired bankers to explore a sale, the Times reported, but no potential buyers have emerged yet. Wenner started the magazine in 1967 in San Francisco with music critic Ralph Gleason, and it made its mark in the 1970s with rollicking articles by the likes of Hunter S. Thompson, P.J. O'Rourke and Cameron Crowe. "I've enjoyed it for a long time," Wenner told the Times, but selling is "just the smart thing to do."Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/17/2017 17:53:00

    'The biggest science project on the planet' was on a racetrack on Sunday

    Singapore's Grand Prix final is a massive science experiment, McLaren Applied Technologies' CEO said.

  • 09/12/2017 18:45:13

    Boeing says signs deal to sell 8 787s, 8 737s to Malaysia

    SINGAPORE, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Boeing has signed a memorandum of understanding to sell 16 aircraft to Malaysia Airlines, eight widebody 787 Dreamliners and eight narrowbody 737 MAXs, the company said on Wednesday.

  • 09/12/2017 16:27:00

    Gap is undervalued with a 'powerhouse' in Old Navy, analyst says

    With both Old Navy and Athleta, Gap has delivered stronger comparable sales growth in recent quarters.

  • 09/12/2017 14:38:15

    Harvey, Irma to hit US apparel retailers more than restaurants

    Industry-wide retail sales in August and September will fall in the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, with apparel retailers such as Gap Inc (GPS) expected to take a longer-term hit than restaurant operators including Starbucks Corp. U.S. same-store sales at apparel chains are expected to rise just 0.1 percent in the third quarter ending October, compared with a 0.6 percent increase seen before the...

  • 09/12/2017 13:03:20

    Apple's iPhone 8 to start at $699, iPhone X to start at $999

    Apple Inc. announced its new line of smartphones with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, along with its premium iPhone X, or 10. The iPhone 8 starts at $699, the iPhone 8 Plus starts at $799, and the iPhone X starts at $999. The iPhone 8s are available to order this Friday will ship on Sept. 22. The iPhone X, with its FaceID recognition feature, edge-to-edge display and dual 12-megapixel cameras, can be ordered beginning Oct. 27, and ships Nov. 3. Apple also announced it will launch its AirPower wireless charging pad for iPhones, Apple Watch and AirPods beginning next year. Apple shares, which had been up as much as 1% during the company's presentation, were last down 1.6% at $158.91.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/12/2017 07:33:10

    S&P 500, Nasdaq open in record territory

    U.S. stock-market indexes hit all-time highs Tuesday, extending solid gains from the previous session with investor optimism boosted by the much-anticipated Apple event with a lineup of new products. Investors were also feeling relieved that the damage from Hurricane Irma was less severe than expected, while the international community delivered a list of sanctions on North Korea. The S&P 500 advanced 4 points, or 0.2%, to 2,492.60, hitting an intraday record. The Nasdaq Composite index rose 13 points, or 0.2% to 6,445, also trading in record territory. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 48 points, 0.2%, to 22,106 at the open. Among the best performers on Wall Street,Gap, Inc. jumped more than 3%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/12/2017 06:59:04

    Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcoa, ADM, Citigroup, Gap, Kroger, Nike, Nucor, Rite Aid, Teva, Under Armour and More


  • 09/08/2017 00:25:56

    Oil prices rise on sharp drop in U.S. production as hurricanes bite

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices rose on Friday as U.S. crude production was hit harder by Hurricane Harvey than expected, with the even bigger storm Irma heading for Florida and threatening to cause more disruption to the petroleum industry.

  • 09/07/2017 20:13:18

    Oil markets move little with industry in grip of Caribbean hurricanes

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices were little changed on Friday as the international petroleum industry remains in the grip of Caribbean hurricanes which have pummeled the region for the last two weeks.

  • 09/07/2017 17:03:23

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  • 09/07/2017 14:02:45

    Popular financial ETF ends below 200-day moving average for first time in 14 months

    A popular way to wager on the financial sector Thursday closed below a long-term trend line intraday for the first time in about 14 months. The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF tumbled 1.7% to 23.88 on Thursday, closing below its 200-day moving average at 23.98 for the first time since early July, according to FactSet data. Market technicians tend to see short-term and long-term moving averages as dividing lines between bullish and bearish trends. Slipping below an trading averages is viewed as a bearish sign. The financial sector has been under recent pressure as Wall Street's expectations for another interest-rate increase in 2017 has diminished and as benchmark yields have fallen to their lowest level in 2017. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note declined to around 2.05% Thursday after a European Central Bank news conference. Anxieties about North Korea's recent test of a hydrogen bomb over the Labor Day weekend also have contributed to the swing lower for yields, which move inversely to prices. Recent declines in the 10-year Treasury yield narrows the gap between long- and short-term rates, potentially undercutting banks' business model of borrowing short term and providing long-term loans. Overall, the stock market edged lower, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.1% at 21,786, the S&P 500 index finished flat at 2,465, while the Nasdaq Composite Index also was little changed at 6,397.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/07/2017 11:28:00

    Popular financial ETF trades below 200-day moving average for first time in 14 months

    A popular way to wager on the financial sector Thursday afternoon was trading below a long-term trend line intraday for the first time in about 14 months. The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF tumbled 1.9% to 23.83 on Thursday, trading below its 200-day moving average at 23.98 for the first time since early July, according to FactSet data. Market technicians tend to see short-term and long-term moving averages as dividing lines between bullish and bearish trends. Slipping below an average is viewed as a bearish sign. The financial sector has been under recent pressure as Wall Street's expectations for another interest-rate increase in 2017 has diminished and as benchmark yields have fallen to their lowest level in 2017. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell to around 2.06% Thursday after a European Central Bank news conference. Anxieties about North Korea's recent test of a hydrogen bomb over the Labor Day weekend also have contributed to the swing lower for yields, which move inversely to prices. Recent declines in the 10-year Treasury yield narrows the gap between long- and short-term rates, potentially undercutting banks' business model of borrowing short term and providing long-term loans. Overall, the stock market was tipping lower, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.2% at 21,768, the S&P 500 index trading 0.1% lower at 2,463, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was flat at 6,395. U.S. equities had opened slightly higher on the day.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/07/2017 08:52:28

    Popular financial ETF falls below 200-day moving average for first time in 14 months

    A popular way to wager on the financial sector Thursday morning dipped below a long-term trend line intraday for the first time in about 14 months. The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF tumbled 1.6% to 23.92 on Thursday, trading below its 200-day moving average at 23.98 for the first time since early July, according to FactSet data. Market technicians tend to see short-term and long-term moving averages as dividing lines between bullish and bearish trends. Slipping below an average is viewed as a bearish sign. The financial sector has been under recent pressure as Wall Street's expectations for another interest-rate increase in 2017 has diminished and as benchmark yields have fallen to their lowest level in 2017. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell to around 2.05% Thursday after a European Central Bank news conference. Anxieties about North Korea's recent test of a hydrogen bomb over the Labor Day weekend also have contributed to the swing lower for yields, which move inversely to prices. Recent declines in the 10-year Treasury yield narrows the gap between long- and short-term rates, potentially undercutting banks' business model of borrowing short term and providing long-term loans. Overall, the stock market was tipping lower, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.2% at 21,770, the S&P 500 index trading 0.2% lower at 2,461, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was retreating by 0.1% at 6,385. U.S. equities had opened slightly higher on the day.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/06/2017 14:31:40

    Trump Pledges To Withdraw From U.S.-South Korea Trade Agreement

    President Trump says he wants to begin withdrawing from the U.S.-South Korea Free Trade Agreement. The pact was supposed to help U.S. companies sell more to Korea, but the trade gap is wider than it was when it took effect. The reasons have to do with regulations in Korea, the relatively weak economy in Korea and the U.S. consumer's love of spending.

  • 09/06/2017 10:38:30

    Gap to shift focus to Old Navy, Athleta stores

    Gap Inc. says it will shift its focus to its growing brands Old Navy and Athleta, and away from the Gap and Banana Republic.

  • 09/06/2017 01:24:28

    Oil markets subdued by storm Harvey fallout; Hurricane Irma heads into Caribbean

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil market trading was cautious on Wednesday, with crude demand and shipments subdued due to refinery closures following Storm Harvey and the arrival of an even bigger hurricane in the Caribbean.

  • 09/05/2017 20:26:02

    Oil markets dip on fallout from Hurricane Harvey; Irma also in focus

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices slipped on Wednesday as crude demand remained subdued on the back of refinery closures following Hurricane Harvey which hit the U.S. Gulf coast 10 days ago.

  • 09/05/2017 15:24:44

    Chipotle says queso will fill gap in menu, help sales

    Chipotle hopes its new queso dip will satisfy its customers' cravings, help sales

  • 09/05/2017 11:50:09

    Debt ceiling concerns contribute to 'ghastly' 4-week T-bill auction result

    An auction of $20 billion worth of 4-week bills posted lackluster results after market participants looked to avoid purchase debt at risk of default if Congress fails to raise the federal government's debt ceiling. The bills mature on October 5, close to the date when economists expect the government to run up against its borrowing cap. Thomas Simons, senior money market economist for Jefferies, called the sale "ghastly." A sign of tepid demand, the auction "tailed", stopping at 1.300%, 2 basis points above the when-issued level. The "tail" is the gap between the highest yield of the Treasury sold in the auction and the highest yield expected when the auction began - the "when issued" level. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 09/05/2017 09:47:42

    Singapore's GIC to buy 30 pct stake in aircraft manager BBAM

    Sept 5 (Reuters) - Singapore's sovereign wealth fund GIC said on Tuesday it would buy a 30 percent stake in BBAM, the world's largest manager of investments in leased commercial jets.

  • 09/05/2017 01:08:59

    U.S. crude rises on returning refineries; gasoline slumps to pre-Harvey levels

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - U.S. oil prices rose on Tuesday as the gradual restart of refineries in the Gulf of Mexico that were shut by Hurricane Harvey raised demand for crude, their main feedstock.

  • 09/04/2017 18:58:31

    U.S. crude prices rise on returning refineries, but gasoline slumps to pre-Harvey levels

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - U.S. oil prices edged up on Tuesday as the gradual restart of Gulf of Mexico refineries following forced shutdowns due to Hurricane Harvey raised demand for crude, their most important feedstock.

  • 09/03/2017 17:18:37

    Hong Kong, Singapore in talks to grab bigger share of derivatives business

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong and Singapore are seeking to snare a bigger share of the $540 trillion global derivatives business, taking advantage of tough new UK and European banking rules and uncertainty created by Britain's plans to leave the European Union.

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