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Bank of England raises rates, signals end to hikes

INSTANT VIEW-Bank of England raises rates, signals end to hikes Adds comments LONDON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - The Bank of England raised interest rates for the 10th time in a row on Thursday, but dropped a pledge to keep increasing them "forcefully" if needed and said inflation had probably peaked, sending the pound to session lows in volatile trade. Softening their forecasts of recession this year, the BoE's nine interest rate-setters voted 7-2 to increase Bank Rate to 4.0% - its highest since 2008 -
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Bank of England raises rates, signals end to hikes

INSTANT VIEW-Bank of England raises rates, signals end to hikes Adds comments, refreshes prices LONDON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - The Bank of England raised interest rates for the 10th time in a row on Thursday, but dropped a pledge to keep increasing them "forcefully" if needed and said inflation had probably peaked, sending the pound to session lows in volatile trade.
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Julius Baer profits dip in 2022 as money inflow growth picks up

UPDATE 2-Julius Baer profits dip in 2022 as money inflow growth picks up Adds details By Noele Illien ZURICH, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Swiss wealth management firm Julius Baer BAER.S on Thursday said profits fell in 2022 in a tough market environment, as strengthening inflows of new client money towards the end of the year helped it hit its business cycle targets.
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Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on February 2

Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on February 2 ZURICH/BERLIN, Feb 2 (Reuters) - The Swiss blue-chip SMI .SSMI was seen opening up 0.45% at 11,251 points on Thursday, according to premarket indications by bank Julius Baer JBPRE01 . Here are some of the main factors that may affect Swiss stocks on Thursday: ROCHE HOLDING AG ROG.S Roche ROG.S predicted a decline in 2023 earnings as revenue growth from new drugs such as haemophilia treatment Hemlibra and multiple sclerosis drug Ocrevus would not make
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Apple set to post rare revenue drop as focus shifts to demand rebound

PREVIEW-Apple set to post rare revenue drop as focus shifts to demand rebound By Nivedita Balu and Akash Sriram Feb 1 (Reuters) - Apple Inc AAPL.O is expected to report its first decline in quarterly revenue in nearly four years after strict COVID-19 curbs in China rapped the economy and related protests upended iPhone production at its biggest supplier Foxconn 2317.TW .
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Global investment banks project jump in yuan in 2023

Global investment banks project jump in yuan in 2023 SHANGHAI, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Global investment banks have raised their forecasts for the Chinese yuan this year on expectations the country's economic reopening and Beijing's decision to relax property sector curbs will trigger strong capital inflows. The bullish forecasts follow Beijing's exit from a crippling zero-COVID strategy in early December and reversion to pro-growth policies to restore investor confidence and prioritise domestic deman
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Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on February 1

Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on February 1 ZURICH/BERLIN, Feb 1 (Reuters) - The Swiss blue-chip SMI .SSMI was seen opening 0.34% higher at 11,324 points on Wednesday, according to premarket indications by bank Julius Baer JBPRE01 . Here are some of the main factors that may affect Swiss stocks on Wednesday: NOVARTIS NOVN.S The Swiss drugmaker Novartis predicted that core operating income would grow in a "mid single digit" percentage range in 2023, following stagnation last year.
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'Soft landing' or 'no landing'?

MORNING BID-'Soft landing' or 'no landing'? A look at the day ahead in U.S. and global markets from Mike Dolan There's an uncomfortable feeling in markets this week that good news may be bad news once again - mainly because of what the former means for this week's big central banking set pieces. As U.S. Federal Reserve's Federal Open Market Committee kicks off its two-day policymaking meeting, the economic news from around the world brightened considerably.
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European shares end lower but log biggest January gain in eight years

UPDATE 2-European shares end lower but log biggest January gain in eight years For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window STOXX 600 off 0.2%, records best Jan since 2015 UniCredit tops STOXX 600 on profit beat UBS down after flagging caution for 2023 Europe's economy grows in Q4 but weak outlook for 2023 Updates to market close By Amruta Khandekar and Ankika Biswas Jan 31 (Reuters) - Europe's STOXX 600 fell on Tuesday as investors g
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UBS boss Ralph Hamers has a growth problem

BREAKINGVIEWS-UBS boss Ralph Hamers has a growth problem The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. By Liam Proud LONDON, Jan 31 (Reuters Breakingviews) - The pandemic was great for wealth managers. Looser monetary policy boosted asset prices, creating a bonanza for the private bankers, who charge rich clients based on the value of their portfolios.
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STOXX slides

LIVE MARKETS-STOXX slides STOXX 600 down 0.5% Rate hikes this week in focus UniCredit rallies after record profit U.S. stock futures inch lower Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of markets brought to you by Reuters reporters. You can share your thoughts with us at markets.research@thomsonreuters.com STOXX SLIDES (0910 GMT) A surprise plunge in German retail sales and angst over another round of likely rate hikes this week combined to push the STOXX 600 .STOXX below parity in early tradi
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European shares seen lower

LIVE MARKETS-European shares seen lower Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of markets brought to you by Reuters reporters. You can share your thoughts with us at markets.research@thomsonreuters.com EUROPEAN SHARES SEEN LOWER (0730 GMT) European shares were set to open lower on Tuesday ahead of preliminary GDP readings, which investors will be watching closely to assess how the region's economy is going just as the European Central Bank prepares to raise rates again this week.
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Europe's luxury stocks have room to rise, but becoming costly

Europe's luxury stocks have room to rise, but becoming costly By Lucy Raitano LONDON, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Europe's glittering luxury companies, the region's top stock-market performers in 2023, may see yet more gains driven by a rebound in Chinese spending, but for some the sector is starting to look expensive. The likes of French luxury giant and Louis Vuitton-owner LVMH LVMH , and Swiss jewelry company Richemont CFR.S , have benefited from the resilience of their wealthy customers against the c
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Investors cheer after UniCredit lifts payout goal by 40%

UPDATE 6-Investors cheer after UniCredit lifts payout goal by 40% Shares jump 12.3% to near five-year high CEO betting on dividends, buybacks to lift shares Sees 2023 distribution, profit in line with 2022 Adds comment from UniCredit investor By Valentina Za MILAN, Jan 31 (Reuters) - UniCredit CRDI.MI on Tuesday galvanised investors by pledging to return 5.25 billion euros ($5.69 billion) from its 2022 earnings after posting a record quarterly profit, as CEO Andrea Orcel works to deliver on his
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UBS flags uncertain year ahead after profit beats forecasts

UPDATE 3-UBS flags uncertain year ahead after profit beats forecasts Adds details, analyst note, share price By Noele Illien ZURICH, Jan 31 (Reuters) - UBS UBSG.S , Switzerland's biggest bank, forecast an uncertain year ahead due to the war in Ukraine and sagging client confidence on Tuesday, despite trumping expectations for 2022 with a $7.6 billion net profit.
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UBS fourth-quarter profit rises 23%; beats estimates

UBS fourth-quarter profit rises 23%; beats estimates By Noele Illien ZURICH, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Switzerland's UBS Group AG UBSG.S on Tuesday reported a 23% increase in fourth-quarter profit, beating analyst estimates, helped by a fall in costs despite a drop in financial markets. The world's largest wealth manager kicked off a round of reporting for major European banks, many of which have been cutting jobs and costs in light of waning economic growth.
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Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on January 31

Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on January 31 ZURICH/BERLIN, Jan 31 (Reuters) - The Swiss blue-chip SMI .SSMI was seen opening 0.2% lower at 11,355 points on Tuesday, according to premarket indications by bank Julius Baer JBPRE01 . Here are some of the main factors that may affect Swiss stocks on Tuesday: UBS UBSG.S UBS Group AG predicted an "uncertain" year ahead plagued by accelerating inflation and higher interest rates on Tuesday after the Swiss bank beat estimates in its latest quarter.
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Australia Dec retail spending nosedives in warning for economy

UPDATE 2-Australia Dec retail spending nosedives in warning for economy Adds quotes from economists By Stella Qiu SYDNEY, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Australian retail sales recorded the biggest drop in more than two years in December, as rising borrowing costs and sky-high inflation finally sank spending, an economic shock that may lessen the need for much more policy tightening.
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Australia Dec retail sales record biggest drop since Aug 2020

UPDATE 1-Australia Dec retail sales record biggest drop since Aug 2020 SYDNEY, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Australian retail sales recorded the biggest drop in more than two years in December, as the higher cost of living and rate hikes finally had an impact on spending, a surprisingly soft result that argues for a less aggressive Reserve Bank of Australia.
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Australia's Flight Centre raising A$180 mln to buy Britain's Scott Dunn

UPDATE 2-Australia's Flight Centre raising A$180 mln to buy Britain's Scott Dunn Adds detail By Scott Murdoch and Navya Mittal SYDNEY Jan 31 (Reuters) - Australia's Flight Centre Travel Group Ltd FLT.AX is raising A$180 million ($126.94 million) in one of the country's first major capital raisings of 2023 to buy British travel business Scott Dunn for A$211 million.
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