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APi Group drops on stock offering

BUZZ-APi Group drops on stock offering ** APi Group Corp's AGP.N shares down 5.1% at $37.11 premarket after construction and engineering co's overnight follow-on priced ** Co announces 11 mln shares at $37.50 for $412.5 mln gross raise with Citi, BofA and UBS as jt lead bookrunners ** Offering price represents 4.1% discount to stock's last sale ** APi plans to use net offering proceeds for general purposes, including capex, working capital and acquisitions ** Early Mon, co announced accretive pu
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Banks falling behind on messaging app scrutiny, survey finds

Banks falling behind on messaging app scrutiny, survey finds By Sinead Cruise LONDON, April 17 (Reuters) - Global financial companies are falling behind on the monitoring and archiving of all business-related communications using personal messaging apps, a survey released on Wednesday showed, potentially running the risk of regulatory breaches and fines.
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Morgan Stanley, HSBC cutting Asia investment banking jobs on China deals slowdown

WRAPUP 3-Morgan Stanley, HSBC cutting Asia investment banking jobs on China deals slowdown Adds Asia investment banking outlook in the 6th and 7th paragraphs; and China IPO data in the 11th paragraph 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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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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Morgan Stanley cuts dozens of investment banking jobs in Asia-Pacific, sources say

UPDATE 2-Morgan Stanley cuts dozens of investment banking jobs in Asia-Pacific, sources say Adds earnings details, recent job cuts at other investment banks from paragraph 6 HONG KONG, April 17 (Reuters) - Morgan Stanley MS.N is cutting at least 50 investment banking jobs in Asia Pacific, three sources said, becoming the latest among global banks to scale back operations in the region mainly due to a slump in China markets.
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