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Futures fall as Fed rate hike worries sap risk sentiment

(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click or type LIVE/ in a news window.) * Futures down: Dow 0.82%, S&P 1.04%, Nasdaq 1.18% Aug 19 (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures fell on Friday after Federal Reserve officials said the central bank needs to keep raising interest rates to rein in inflation, while deliberating on how fast and how high to lift them.

EU watchdog backs ESG 'quality label' for market benchmarks

LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The European Union's markets watchdog said on Friday that a 'quality label' for market benchmarks would help prevent investors being misled by environmental, social and governance (ESG) claims. Benchmarks are used by asset managers to pick investments for clients, helping to channel millions of euros into sustainable funds and projects, but the criteria behind them vary widely, leading to claims of "greenwashing".

Europe backs Germany's 27.5 bln euro plan to aid industry with energy bills

BRUSSELS, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The European Commission approved on Friday a 27.5 billion euro ($27.66 billion) German scheme to help energy-intensive companies deal with higher electricity costs resulting from having to buy permits on the EU carbon market. The Commission's approval falls in line with EU rules on state aid that aim to ensure fair competition for companies in the single market of the 27-nation bloc.

Germany's Scholz to testify over handling of multibillion-euro tax fraud

* Scholz to testify to Hamburg lawmakers over fraud handling * Case risks undermining Scholz as he faces multiple crises * Scholz's popularity lags top ministers, SPD party third in polls By Sarah Marsh BERLIN, Aug 19 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is to testify in front of lawmakers on Friday over his role as Hamburg mayor in tackling a multibillion-euro tax fraud in a case that threatens to tarnish him even as he battles multiple crises.

Wall Street set for losses as more data highlights global woes

* Graphic: Global asset performance Link * Graphic: World FX rates Link By Elizabeth Howcroft LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - European stocks fell on Friday and German government bond yields hit multi-week highs after German producer prices saw their biggest rise on record. Asian stocks had struggled to find direction, with concerns about China's sputtering growth weighing on sentiment.

German yields hit multi-week highs as producer prices surge

By Yoruk Bahceli Aug 19 (Reuters) - German bond yields surged on Friday after data showed the biggest jump in producer prices on record in the euro zone's biggest economy, stoking inflation concerns. Producer prices in July in Germany leapt 37.2% from the same time last year and 5.3% from June, compared to the 0.6% monthly rise expected in a Reuters poll.

China will implement prudent financing system for property firms, regulator says

BEIJING, Aug 19 (Reuters) - China's banking regulator will further implement a prudent financial management system for property firms and would look to effectively meet any reasonable financing demands they have, it said on Friday in a statement sent to Reuters. The China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) made the comment in response to queries on a Reuters report on Thursday that said the regulator is scrutinising the property loan portfolios of some local and foreign lenders

Cost-of-living crisis prompts 'buy now, pay later' warning from UK's FCA

By Huw Jones LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - People responsible for misleading 'buy now, pay later' adverts could face two years in prison, Britain's financial watchdog warned on Friday as it told firms offering the loans to stop encouraging "impulse buying" and spell out late repayment fees. As Britain's cost-of-living crisis worsens, the Financial Conduct Authority has told so-called BNPL firms and the British Retail Consortium that the benefits of the on-the-spot, interest-free, short-term loans w

U.S. equity funds draw biggest weekly inflow in eight weeks

Aug 19 (Reuters) - U.S. equity funds attracted their biggest weekly inflow in eight weeks in the week to Aug. 17 as strong earnings and hints of a slowing pace of inflation fanned optimism. According to Refinitiv Lipper data, U.S. equity funds drew $6.85 billion worth of net buying, the most since June 22. During the reported week, data showed U.S.

Indian rupee dips for second week as dollar gains on Fed rate hike talk

By Anushka Trivedi Aug 19 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee ended the holiday-shortened week lower on Friday as worries of an economic slowdown in developed economies bolstered an already firm dollar. The partially convertible rupee INR=IN fell to 79.7750 per dollar, compared with its previous close of 79.6725. The currency weakened 0.2% over the week, its second straight decline, against a greenback USD= that benefited from the U.S.

China demand doubts darken mood as miners baulk at energy costs

By Clara Denina LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The prospect of a global recession and doubts over economic stimulus in China, the world's biggest user of raw materials, add to the challenges of mining companies as they grapple with energy costs, raising the risk of downsizing and layoffs. None of the major diversified miners is under financial strain after years of strong commodity prices.

Sri Lankan shares rise on telecom boost, mark weekly decline

Aug 19 (Reuters) - Sri Lankan shares rose on Friday, lifted by sharp gains in telecom and industrial stocks, but marked their first weekly decline since early July. * The CSE All-Share index .CSE closed 0.73% higher at 8,975.75. It declined 0.6% for the week, ending five straight weeks of gains after losing steam on Tuesday following a 12-day rally. * The index has gained 16% so far this month, but has lost 26.6% for the year.

Kenyan shilling stable, trade ramping up after election lull

NAIROBI, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Kenya's shilling KES= was broadly stable against the dollar on Friday as dollar supply and demand started to ramp up after a post-election lull, traders said. Deputy President William Ruto was declared president-elect by the Kenyan election commission on Monday, but his defeated rival Raila Odinga has said he will contest the results in court.

Gold faces first weekly decline in a month as dollar, yields rise

* Gold on its longest losing run since Nov 2021 * Silver set for worst week in nearly 2 years * Platinum, palladium set for weekly falls * Dollar hits 1-month peak By Bharat Gautam Aug 19 (Reuters) - Gold slipped to a three-week low on Friday and was en route for its first weekly drop in a month, pressured by a stronger dollar and rising U.S. bond yields.

Germany corporate earnings week ahead

Aug 19 (Reuters) - Diary of Germany (.GDAXI) corporate earnings for the week ahead GERMANY EARNINGS Start Date Start Time RIC Company Name Event Name (GMT) 25-Aug-2022 NTS DHER.DE Delivery Hero SE Q2 2022 Delivery Hero SE Earnings Release ** All times are listed in AMC - 'After market close', or BMO - 'Before market opens', or DBH - 'During business hours', or NTS - 'No time scheduled' ** This Diary does not provide the EPS estimate figures.

Dollar back on the march

A look at the day ahead in U.S. and global markets from Mike Dolan After almost a month on the back foot, the U.S. dollar is on the rise again and shaping up for its best week since March. A darkening inflation picture in Europe, China's economic stumble and falling interest rates, and Federal Reserve hawkishness ahead of its annual Jackson Hole symposium next week are all conspiring to lift the greenback again.

Ugandan shilling little-changed, remains under pressure

KAMPALA, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The Uganda shilling UGX= was little-changed on Friday but was feeling downward pressure from strong demand for hard currency by merchandise importers and offshore investors, traders said. At 0929 GMT commercial banks quoted the shilling at 3,840/3,850, compared to Thursday's close of 3,830/3,840. UGX Spot Rate..... UGX= Ugandan Shilling Money Guide....

Sterling stays at one-month low despite uptick in retail sales

LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - A surprise uptick in UK retail sales failed to lift a weakening British pound off one-month lows versus the dollar on Friday, as inflation and recession risks continue to dominate traders' minds. British shoppers spent more than expected last month after being enticed by online shopping deals, official figures showed on Friday.

Russia's Deputy Foreign Min says Russian military control of Zaporizhzhia plant guarantees no 'Chernobyl scenario'

MOSCOW, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Friday that Russia's military presence at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine is a guarantee against what he called a "Chernobyl scenario", referring to the 1986 nuclear catastrophe. Yesterday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ivan Nechaev said that a U.N.

Ukraine says Russia plans to disconnect nuclear plant's power blocks from grid

KYIV, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Ukraine's Energoatom state nuclear company said on Friday Russian forces planned to switch off the functioning power blocks at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and to disconnect them from the Ukrainian power grid. In a statement, Energoatom said it believed Russia, which controls the power plant in southern Ukraine, was preparing to conduct a "large-scale provocation" there.

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