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Gold on track for weekly rise as Middle East risks loom

PRECIOUS-Gold on track for weekly rise as Middle East risks loom Tehran plays down suspected attack by Israel Gold up over 2% for the week Platinum, palladium down for the week Updates prices, adds graphic By Ashitha Shivaprasad April 19 (Reuters) - Gold prices rose on Friday and logged a fifth consecutive weekly rise, as fears of further tit-for-tat retaliation between Iran and Israel triggered safe-haven demand.
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Australia's Genetic Technologies tumbles on discounted placement in US

BUZZ-Australia's Genetic Technologies tumbles on discounted placement in US ** Shares of Genetic Technologies GTG.AX fall as much as 25.7% to A$0.130, posting their biggest intraday pct decline since Dec. 18, 2023 ** Stock hits its lowest level since April 4 ** Molecular diagnostics co announces a $2 mln direct offering for its American depository
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What to expect in 2024: Forecasts for GDP, inflation and other assets

FACTBOX-What to expect in 2024: Forecasts for GDP, inflation and other assets Updates with HSBC, BofA Global Research, Wells Fargo Investment Institute forecasts April 18 (Reuters) - Global growth will likely slow this year and major central banks across the globe have indicated interest rate cuts this year. Following are forecasts from some major banks on economic growth, inflation, and how they expect certain asset classes to perform: Real GDP growth forecasts for 2024 GLOBAL U.S.
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HSBC Bought Back 3.3 Million Shares For HK$201.3 Million On April 17 - HKEX Filing

BRIEF-HSBC Bought Back 3.3 Million Shares For HK$201.3 Million On April 17 - HKEX Filing April 18 (Reuters) - HKEX Filing: HSBC BOUGHT BACK 3.3 MILLION SHARES FOR HK$201.3 MILLION ON APRIL 17 - HKEX FILING HSBC BOUGHT BACK 1.8 MILLION TOTAL SHARES ON OTHER EXCHANGES FOR GBP11.8 MILLION ON APRIL 17 - HKEX FILING Further company coverage: HSBA.L
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Spanish stocks - Factors to watch on April 18

Spanish stocks - Factors to watch on April 18 April 18 (Reuters) - The following Spanish stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Thursday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy: SANTANDER SAN.MC Spain's Santander will exit the mortgage business in Germany and cut around 500 jobs there by the end of 2026 as part of a process to concentrate on more profitable activities, a spokesperson for the lender told Reuters on Wednesday.
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Short bets on Asian currencies mount as firm dollar dents confidence

POLL-Short bets on Asian currencies mount as firm dollar dents confidence Short bets on ringgit, rupiah at multi-month highs Investors turn bearish on Indian rupee South Korean won most shorted currency Fed rate cut outlook hurts Asian currencies By Sameer Manekar April 18 (Reuters) - Bearish positions on most Asian currencies firmed, a Reuters poll showed on Thursday, intensifying steadily from the start of the year as repricing of rate cut bets after strong U.S.
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Morgan Stanley, HSBC cutting Asia investment banking jobs on China deals slowdown

REFILE-WRAPUP 4-Morgan Stanley, HSBC cutting Asia investment banking jobs on China deals slowdown Corrects grammar in paragraph 6. HONG KONG, April 17 (Reuters) - Morgan Stanley and HSBC are cutting dozens of investment banking jobs in the Asia Pacific region this week, sources said, as they ramp up cost-cutting, with weaker dealmaking and sluggish markets in China and Hong Kong weighing on business prospects.
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HSBC Bought Back 3.6 Million Shares For HK$225.6 Million On April 16 - HKEX Filing

BRIEF-HSBC Bought Back 3.6 Million Shares For HK$225.6 Million On April 16 - HKEX Filing April 17 (Reuters) - HKEX Filing: HSBC BOUGHT BACK 3.6 MILLION SHARES FOR HK$225.6 MILLION ON APRIL 16 - HKEX FILING HSBC BOUGHT BACK TOTAL 2.9 MILLION SHARES ON OTHER EXCHANGES FOR GBP18.2 MILLION ON APRIL 16 - HKEX FILING Further company coverage: HSBA.L
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Morgan Stanley, HSBC cutting dozens of Asia investment banking jobs on deal slowdown

CORRECTED-WRAPUP 2-Morgan Stanley, HSBC cutting dozens of Asia investment banking jobs on deal slowdown Corrects paragraph 9 to say money raised via China IPOs plunged 82% and not two-thirds HONG KONG, April 17 (Reuters) - Morgan Stanley and HSBC are cutting dozens of investment banking jobs in the Asia Pacific this week, sources with knowledge of the matter said, as weaker deal activities and sluggish markets in China and Hong Kong weigh on their business prospects.
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HSBC to cut another 20 investment banking jobs in Asia, sources say

HSBC to cut another 20 investment banking jobs in Asia, sources say HONG KONG, April 17 (Reuters) - HSBC HSBA.L is expected to cut an additional 20 investment banking jobs in Asia on a deals slump, takes the total cuts to around 30 this week, three sources with knowledge of the matter said. The Asia-focused lender started the layoffs on Tuesday in the region, when it notified around a dozen bankers.
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Spanish stocks - Factors to watch on April 17

UPDATE 1-Spanish stocks - Factors to watch on April 17 Updates with entries for Bankinter and Rovi April 17 (Reuters) - The following Spanish stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy: ACCIONA ANA.MC , ACCIONA ENERGIA ANE.MC Spanish renewable energy firm Acciona Energia has decided to restructure its businesses in Brazil, it said on Tuesday, after Reuters reported the subsidiary
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Spanish stocks - Factors to watch on April 17

Spanish stocks - Factors to watch on April 17 April 17 (Reuters) - The following Spanish stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy: ACCIONA ANA.MC , ACCIONA ENERGIA ANE.MC Spanish renewable energy firm Acciona Energia has decided to restructure its businesses in Brazil, it said on Tuesday, after Reuters reported the subsidiary of infrastructure giant Acciona had been downsizing i
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HSBC lays off at least a dozen Asia dealmakers amid weaker activities, sources say

UPDATE 1-HSBC lays off at least a dozen Asia dealmakers amid weaker activities, sources say Adds detail from paragraph 3 HONG KONG, April 16 (Reuters) - HSBC HSBA.L is laying off more than a dozen of its investment banking staff in Asia as dealmaking in the region slows, three people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Tuesday. Bankers in Hong Kong and Singapore will be affected as the lender cuts costs, two of the people said.
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Europe's STOXX 600 slides in broader market decline on geopolitical jitters

UPDATE 2-Europe's STOXX 600 slides in broader market decline on geopolitical jitters For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window. ECB policymakers stick with June rate cut plan Fresenius jumps on Tyenne launch in the US Topdanmark rises as Q1 beats expectations, ups guidance Naturgy up after report on takeover talks by Abu Dhabi's TAQA Updates with closing prices By Ozan Ergenay, Johann M Cherian and Ankika Biswas April 16 (Reuters)
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HSBC cuts a dozen Asia dealmakers, source says

HSBC cuts a dozen Asia dealmakers, source says HONG KONG, April 16 (Reuters) - HSBC HSBA.L is laying off around a dozen of its Asia investment banking staff, a person with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Tuesday. Bankers in Hong Kong and Singapore are impacted as the lender cuts costs due to slowing dealmaking activity, the person and a second source said.
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HSBC Bought Back 3.2 Million Shares For HK$205.7 Million On April 15 - HKEX Filing

BRIEF-HSBC Bought Back 3.2 Million Shares For HK$205.7 Million On April 15 - HKEX Filing April 16 (Reuters) - HKEX Filing: HSBC BOUGHT BACK 3.2 MILLION SHARES FOR HK$205.7 MILLION ON APRIL 15 - HKEX FILING HSBC BOUGHT BACK 2.9 MLN SHARES ON OTHER EXCHANGES FOR GBP19.0 MLN ON APRIL 15 - HKEX FILING Further company coverage: HSBA.L
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Wall Street Journal - April 16

PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - April 16 April 16 (Reuters) - Following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - The US Justice Department is preparing to sue Live Nation LYV.N as soon as next month, an antitrust challenge that could spur major changes at the biggest name in concert promotion and ticketing.
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Property developer Times China plunges to record low on winding-up petition in HK

BUZZ-Property developer Times China plunges to record low on winding-up petition in HK ** Shares of Times China Holdings 1233.HK plunge 26.5% to a record low of HK$0.175 ** Tuesday's drop is the second biggest on record for the Guangzhou-based Chinese property developer ** Stock is the second-biggest loser in the Hong Kong bourse ** Times China say
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Venture capital investment in UK start-ups falls in Q1 2024, report says

Venture capital investment in UK start-ups falls in Q1 2024, report says By Elizabeth Howcroft LONDON, April 16 (Reuters) - Venture capital investment in UK companies fell in the first three months of 2024, in the worst quarter for UK fundraising since the early months of the COVID pandemic, a report showed on Tuesday. UK start-ups raised $3.9 billion in Q1 2024, down from $4.8 billion in the previous quarter, a report by HSBC Innovation Banking and Dealroom showed, the lowest level since the se
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HSBC Bought Back 4.1 Million Shares For HK$263.3 Million On April 12 - HKEX Filing

BRIEF-HSBC Bought Back 4.1 Million Shares For HK$263.3 Million On April 12 - HKEX Filing April 15 (Reuters) - HKEX Filing: HSBC BOUGHT BACK 4.1 MILLION SHARES FOR HK$263.3 MILLION ON APRIL 12 - HKEX FILING HSBC BOUGHT BACK 4.6 MILLION TOTAL SHARES ON OTHER EXCHANGES FOR GBP30.3 MILLION ON APRIL 12 - HKEX FILING Further company coverage: HSBA.L
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