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By Daniel Leussink TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s manufacturers were their least pessimistic in four months in August, the Reuters Tankan survey of business sentiment showed on Tuesday, but signalled a slow recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The reading highlights the immense task policymakers face to pull the economy out of its deepest recession on record...
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By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) – ‘Fortnite’ maker Epic Games has launched the most significant effort yet to advance the legal theory that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPhone ecosystem has become so “sticky” that it is a distinct software market over which Apple exercises monopoly power. On Thursday Epic filed a lawsuit in federal court after Apple pulled...
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By Stella Qiu and Kevin Yao BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s retail sales slipped in July, dashing expectations for a modest rise, as consumers in the world’s second-largest economy failed to shake off wariness about the coronavirus, while the recovery in the factory sector struggled to gain momentum. Asian markets pulled back on Friday following the...
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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The dollar drifted higher on Friday, helped by strong U.S. jobs data as well as firmer global demand for safe-havens amid concerns about the coronavirus recovery, setting the currency up to potentially snap a seven-week losing streak. Early moves in the Asia session were modest as traders awaited Chinese...
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TOKYO (Reuters) – Crude oil prices eased slightly on Thursday but held most of their gains from the previous session after U.S. government data showed a fall in inventories, supporting the view that fuel demand is returning despite the coronavirus pandemic. Brent crude (LCOc1) was down 8 cents at $45.35 a barrel by 0150 GMT,...
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(Bloomberg) — Australia’s consumer confidence collapsed as Melbourne shifted to Stage 4 Covid-19 restrictions, including a nightime curfew, and a contagion-like effect rolled across the rest of the country.The sentiment index tumbled 9.5% to 79.5 in August, approaching the lows recorded in April during the peak of the nationwide lockdown, Westpac Banking (NYSE:WBK) Corp. said Wednesday in...
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By William Schomberg and David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) – The number of people in work in Britain fell by the most since 2009 in the three months through June as the coronavirus crisis took a heavy toll on the labour market, even with the government’s huge jobs protection scheme still in place. Led by a...
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By David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) – British consumers spent the most last month since the country went into a coronavirus lockdown in March, as pubs, restaurants, barbers and beauty salons reopened, according to industry figures published on Tuesday. Data from Barclaycard and the British Retail Consortium showed spending was close to getting back to normal...
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By Timothy Gardner and Devika Krishna Kumar (Reuters) – Energy companies have begun taking back millions of barrels of oil from the U.S. government’s emergency stockpile after renting storage in the facility to help manage a glut of crude this spring after energy demand collapsed during COVID-19 lockdowns, a Department of Energy website showed on...
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By Elizabeth Dilts Marshall NEW YORK (Reuters) – Most Wall Street workers can expect to see their bonuses slashed this year and some jobs may be cut, according to a report published Monday by compensation consulting firm Johnson Associates Inc. Banks are struggling to curb rising costs as shutdowns caused by the pandemic have put...
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