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Ghana extends domestic debt exchange deadline again to Feb. 7

UPDATE 2-Ghana extends domestic debt exchange deadline again to Feb. 7 Adds investor comment, bond details By Cooper Inveen ACCRA, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Ghana has extended the deadline to register for its domestic debt exchange programme for a fourth time to Feb. 7 to allow for new agreed terms to be finalised and finish discussions with other bondholders, the finance ministry said on Tuesday.
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Ex-Allianz executive wants Structured Alpha fraud charges dismissed over lawyers' alleged conflict

Ex-Allianz executive wants Structured Alpha fraud charges dismissed over lawyers' alleged conflict By Jody Godoy NEW YORK, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The former Allianz SE ALVG.DE fund manager charged with fraud over the multibillion-dollar collapse of a group of investment funds urged a U.S. judge on Monday to dismiss the criminal case, saying lawyers who once represented him improperly "switched sides." Gregoire Tournant, the former chief investment officer who created the now-defunct Structured Alpha
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Campaigners urge bond investors to shun Adani Group on green concerns

Campaigners urge bond investors to shun Adani Group on green concerns By Isla Binnie NEW YORK, Jan 30 (Reuters) - An advocacy group focused on the impact of debt markets on climate change called on Monday for major bond investors to shun India's Adani Group, saying a critical report by a short-seller had undermined confidence in the company's governance.
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L&G succession planning misses the mark

BREAKINGVIEWS-L&G succession planning misses the mark The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are their own. LONDON, Jan 30 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Chief executives always like to see their company’s share price dip when they announce their departure. As such, the 3% drop in Legal & General’s LGEN.L share price is a compliment to Nigel Wilson’s stewardship over a decade in which investors in the $19 billion UK insurer enjoyed a comfortable ride.
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German industry to pay 40% more for energy than pre-crisis - study says

German industry to pay 40% more for energy than pre-crisis - study says FRANKFURT, Jan 30 (Reuters) - German industry is set to pay about 40% more for energy in 2023 than in 2021, before the energy crisis triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a study by Allianz Trade said on Monday, citing contract expiries and delayed wholesale pricing effects.
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Stocks slide as corporate results spur recession fears

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks slide as corporate results spur recession fears Adds closing market prices Battle of whether downturn forces Fed rate cut simmers Corporate outlooks, results point to slowing economy Yield curve "inversion" flash recession ahead By Herbert Lash NEW YORK, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Global equity markets skidded on Wednesday as poor corporate results fueled recession fears, as did the ongoing inversion of short- and long-dated Treasury yields - a harbinger of economic downturns.
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Stocks slide as corporate results spur recession feats

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks slide as corporate results spur recession feats Adds oil, gold settlement prices, comment Graphic: Global asset performance http://tmsnrt.rs/2yaDPgn Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh By Herbert Lash NEW YORK, Jan 25 (Reuters) - A gauge of global equity markets slid from five-month highs on Wednesday as poor corporate results fueled recession fears, as did the ongoing inversion of short- and long-dated Treasury yields - a harbinger of economic downturns.
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Stocks slide as corporate results fuel recession fears

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks slide as corporate results fuel recession fears Adds pricing, comment Graphic: Global asset performance http://tmsnrt.rs/2yaDPgn Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh By Herbert Lash and Dhara Ranasinghe NEW YORK/LONDON, Jan 25 (Reuters) - A gauge of global equity markets slid from five-month highs and Treasury yields rose on Wednesday as corporate results fueled recession fears, overshadowing recent optimism that the Federal Reserve could soon back off aggressiv
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UK gilt prices slide as investors eye higher rates and issuance

LONDON, Dec 19 (Reuters) - British government bond prices fell sharply on Monday, pushing two-year yields to a two-month high, as investors reassessed how close the Bank of England is to finishing its tightening cycle, and weaker U.S. bond prices added to the negative tone. Two-year gilt yields GB2YT=RR were at 3.664% at 1644 GMT, their highest since Oct.
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U.S. jury finds Credit Suisse did not rig forex market

By Jody Godoy NEW YORK, Oct 20 (Reuters) - A U.S. jury found on Thursday that Credit Suisse Group AG CSGN.S did not conspire with the world's largest banks to rig prices in the foreign exchange market between 2007 and 2013, handing the bank a win as it works to restructure and put a string of scandals behind it. The case stems from the forex rigging scandal, which led to international regulatory probes resulting in more than $10 billion in fines for several banks.
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Credit Suisse currency rigging claims go before U.S. jury

By Jody Godoy Oct 19 (Reuters) - A U.S. jury began deliberating on Wednesday at a civil trial where Credit Suisse Group AG CSGN.S stands accused of conspiring with the world's largest banks to rig prices in the foreign exchange market between 2007 and 2013. Credit Suisse is the last bank defendant remaining in the class action brought by currency investors in 2013, after 15 others reached settlements worth $2.31 billion.
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Credit Suisse faces trial on investors' currency rigging claims

By Jody Godoy Oct 11 (Reuters) - An attorney for investors suing Credit Suisse Group AG CSGN.S told a jury in U.S. court on Tuesday that chats between traders prove the world's largest banks colluded to fix prices in the foreign exchange market between 2007 and 2013. Credit Suisse is the last bank defendant remaining in the class action that began in 2013, after 15 others reached $2.31 billion of settlements.
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Top banks say London forex rigging case filed too late

By Kirstin Ridley LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Eight of the world's biggest banks, including Deutsche Bank DBKGn.DE , Goldman Sachs GS.N and Bank of America BAC.N , say it is unfair to rope them into a vast London lawsuit over alleged collusion in the foreign exchange market. The banks, which were sued in 2020 by 11 investment fund groups such as Allianz, PIMCO, BlueCrest and Brevan Howard, told London's specialist Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) on Thursday the claims against them had simply b
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Bank of England 'will not hesitate' to act as it monitors market turmoil

* Pound briefly touched a record low against dollar * Five-year gilts match Friday's record daily slump * Yields on 2-year and 5-year debt up 100 bps in 2 days * Finance minister to detail fiscal plans on Nov. 23 * BoE monitoring developments 'very closely' * UK lenders to pull mortgage products amid turmoil By Amanda Cooper, David Milliken and Andy Bruce LONDON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The Bank of England said on Monday it would not hesitate to change interest rates and was monitoring markets "very
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UniCredit CEO says buyback shows capital focus is valid

MILAN, Sept 14 (Reuters) - UniCredit CRDI.MI Chief Executive Andrea Orcel said focusing on capital generation was the right strategy for the Italian bank as its shareholders on Wednesday approved a 1 billion euro ($1 billion) share buyback. UniCredit's second buyback this year brings the overall capital distribution on 2021 earnings to 3.75 billion euros, as Orcel works towards a goal of returning more than 16 billion euros to shareholders by 2024. The former head of investment banking at UBS, w
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Return of coal a threat to European companies' ESG ratings

By Carolyn Cohn and Christoph Steitz LONDON/FRANKFURT, July 26 (Reuters) - European companies turning to coal as an alternative to Russian gas face a hit to their environmental, social and governance ratings, leaving them scrambling to impress investors still vocal on sustainability. Despite an energy crisis following sanctions on Russia, major European investors say they will not relax their investment principles of reaching net zero targets on greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 or earlier.
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EU watchdog tackles insurance policy price differences

LONDON, July 11 (Reuters) - The European Union's insurance watchdog launched a public consultation on Monday to crack down on how insurers unfairly charge customers different prices for the same type of cover. The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) said it was looking in particular at so-called price walking. This practice refers to raising premiums when a policy is being renewed based on an assessment of how much of a hike a consumer would tolerate before shopping ar
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Bridgewater's bearish bets on European stocks jump to $10.5 bln - Bloomberg News

June 23 (Reuters) - Bridgewater Associates has raised its short position on European stocks to $10.5 billion, nearly doubling from the previous week, according to a Bloomberg News report on Thursday, in a sign the hedge fund was increasingly bearish on equities in the continent. Bridgewater disclosed short bets against 28 companies that include individual wagers of more than $500 million against ASML Holding NV ASML.AS , TotalEnergies SE TTFE.PA , Sanofi SASY.PA and SAP SE SAPG.DE , according to
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Bridgewater bets $6.7 billion against European stocks

By Carolina Mandl NEW YORK, June 16 (Reuters) - Bridgewater Associates has placed at least $6.7 billion in bets against European stocks, according to data group Breakout Point, in a sign that the hedge fund firm may be pessimistic about companies on the continent. Using Bridgewater's public disclosures, Breakout Point calculated that the Connecticut-based fund has bet against 21 European companies so far this week, in sectors ranging from finance to energy.
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Bridgewater bets $6.7 billion against European stocks

By Carolina Mandl NEW YORK, June 16 (Reuters) - Bridgewater Associates has placed at least $6.7 billion in bets against European stocks, according to data group Breakout Point, in a sign that the hedge fund firm may be pessimistic about companies on the continent. Using Bridgewater's public disclosures, Breakout Point calculated that the Connecticut-based fund has bet against 21 European companies so far this week, in sectors ranging from finance to energy.
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