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Global Market Update

U.S. Indexes Turn Lower and European Markets Drop 1% on ECB Stimulus Delay
Dec 04, 2014 12:54 PM ET
Stocks on Wall turned lower and energy stocks led the decline after the crude oil dropped 1% and extended the loss in the year to 40%. European Central Bank is wait for another quarter of data before announcing additional stimulus measures. ECB President also lowered growth and inflation estimates. >>

Yen at Seven Year Low, Softbank Invests $250 M in GrabTaxi
Dec 04, 2014 12:19 PM ET
Stocks in Tokyo closed higher and automakers led the charge. The yen closed at its weakest since 2007 and the Japanese currency has declined 12% in the year so far against the U.S. dollar. Softbank invests in taxi booking service provider in Southeast Asia. >>

Avago, Kroger Climb; Aeropostale, Barnes & Noble, Express, Sears Plunge
Dec 04, 2014 12:12 PM ET
Avago Technologies net declined 22% but revenues climbed 115%. Aeropostale net loss widened. Barnes & Noble profit slumped 7%. Dollar General net fell. Kroger profit surged 21%. NextEra agreed to acquire Hawaiian Electric for $4.3 billion. PVH net soared 15%. Sears Holdings net loss widened. >>

India to Sell 5% in SAIL, India to Recover $160 M from Oil Contractors
Dec 04, 2014 12:08 PM ET
Central Bank plans to raise about Rs 626 crore. Strides Arcolab plans to construct biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Malaysia. Government of India is looking to recover $160 million on KG-D6 block from contractors. >>

Australian Trade Deficit Narrows, Aussie Dollar Eases
Dec 04, 2014 11:30 AM ET
Australian trade deficit narrowed in October to $1.32 billion from the revised $2.24 billion deficit in September. Retail sales in the month increased 0.4% from the revised 1.3% increase in September. Australian dollar edged lower. >>

EasyJet, Ryanair November Traffic Climb; DS Smith, TUI Travel Net Soar
Dec 04, 2014 11:00 AM ET
DS Smith profit soared 36% to 95 million. EasyJet said passengers and load factor in November increased. Ryanair said passengers in November climbed 22% and lifted profit outlook. Mulberry net swung to a loss on 17% decrease in revenues. TUI Travel net surged 246% to 187 million. >>

Wall Street Awaits Payroll Data, Stock Lack Direction
Dec 03, 2014 1:24 PM ET
Market indexes in New York traded higher and crude oil bounced around $67 a barrel. Walgreen fiscal first-quarter sales increased 6.8%. Abercrombie & Fitch comparable sales in third-quarter plunged 14%. >>

Japan Indexes in 4-day Rally, Toyota and Honda U.S. Sales Advance
Dec 03, 2014 12:39 PM ET
Stocks in Tokyo advanced for the fourth day in a row and the Topix index closed at a high not seen since 2008. Toyota and Honda gained after the U.S. sales in November were ahead of expectations. Nissan sales lagged. >>

Alico, G-III Apparel, Leidos Soar; Walgreen November Sales Jump
Dec 03, 2014 12:11 PM ET
Abercrombie & Fitch net swung to profit but sales declined. Alico agreed to acquire Florida-based three citrus producers for about $363 million. G-III Apparel net climbed 35%. Leidos net swung to profit. OmniVision net jumped 7%. Walgreen November sales climbed 5%. >>

Australian September Quarter GDP Expands 0.3%
Dec 03, 2014 11:34 AM ET
Australian market indexes rebounded from the early weakness and closed 0.8% higher despite the weakness in resource prices and in the economic growth. September quarter GDP growth was less than expected 0.3%. Aussie dollar edged down. >>



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