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Europe's debt market strains force some governments to rework trading rules

Europe’s debt market strains force some governments to rework trading rules

Oct 31 (Reuters) – Some euro zone countries have eased rules for the banks that manage the trading of their government debt to help them cope with some of the most challenging market conditions in years, officials told Reuters. Out of 11 major euro area debt agencies Reuters contacted, officials in the Netherlands and Belgium …

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Exclusive: Tesla faces US criminal probe over self-driving claims

Exclusive: Tesla faces US criminal probe over self-driving claims

Oct 25 – Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) is under criminal investigation in the United States over claims that the company’s electric vehicles can drive themselves, three people familiar with the matter said. The US Department of Justice launched the previously undisclosed probe last year following more than a dozen crashes, some of them fatal, involving Tesla’s …

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Exclusive: Toyota scrambles for EV reboot with eye on Tesla

Exclusive: Toyota scrambles for EV reboot with eye on Tesla

Oct 24 (Reuters) – Toyota (7203.T) is considering a reboot of its electric-car strategy to better compete in a booming market it has been slow to enter, and has halted some work on existing EV projects, four people with knowledge of the still-developing plans said. The proposals under review, if adopted, would amount to a …

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Nasdaq halts IPOs of small Chinese companies as it probes stock rallies

Nasdaq halts IPOs of small Chinese companies as it probes stock rallies

NEW YORK, Oct 22 (Reuters) – Nasdaq Inc (NDAQ.O) has put the brakes on initial public offering (IPO) preparations of at least four small Chinese companies while it investigates short-lived stock rallies of such firms following their debuts, according to lawyers and bankers who work on such stock launches. The stock exchange operator’s actions come …

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EXCLUSIVE Korean auto giant Hyundai investigating child labor in its US supply chain

EXCLUSIVE Korean auto giant Hyundai investigating child labor in its US supply chain

DETROIT, Oct 19 (Reuters) – Hyundai Motor Co (005380.KS), Korea’s top automaker, is investigating child labor violations in its US supply chain and plans to “sever ties” with Hyundai suppliers in Alabama found to have relied on underage workers , the company’s global chief operating officer Jose Munoz told Reuters on Wednesday. A Reuters investigative …

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Analysis: As US stocks rip higher, investors hunt for signs of market bottom

Analysis: As US stocks rip higher, investors hunt for signs of market bottom

NEW YORK, Oct 19 (Reuters) – Some gauges of the stock market’s health are showing that the latest rally in US equities may be the start of a sustained move higher, although many investors are hesitant to jump on board until there are signs of inflation. cooling. Few can blame them for being skeptical. The …

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US Treasury asks major banks if it should buy back bonds

US Treasury asks major banks if it should buy back bonds

Oct 14 (Reuters) – The US Treasury Department is asking primary dealers of US Treasuries whether the government should buy back some of its bonds to improve liquidity in the $24 trillion market. Liquidity in the world’s largest bond market has deteriorated this year partly because of rising volatility as the Federal Reserve rapidly raises …

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OPEC+ oil output cut shows widening rift between Biden and Saudi royals

OPEC+ oil output cut shows widening rift between Biden and Saudi royals

WASHINGTON/LONDON, Oct 7(Reuters) – The OPEC+ organization’s decision this week to cut oil production despite stiff US opposition has further strained already tense relations between President Joe Biden’s White House and Saudi Arabia’s royal family, once one of Washington’s staunchest Middle East allies. , according to interviews with about a dozen government officials and experts …

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Exclusive: UK gilt market resilient despite 'major repricing' - debt office head

Exclusive: UK gilt market resilient despite ‘major repricing’ – debt office head

LONDON, Oct 4 (Reuters) – Britain’s bond market is undergoing “a major repricing”, but should comfortably absorb the extra 62 billion pounds ($69 billion) of debt announced after finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng’s Sept. 23 mini-budget, the head of the UK Debt Management Office (DMO) said on Monday. Robert Stheeman – the man tasked with overseeing …

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