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Nigeria opens order book for $3 billion Eurobond, investor notice says

By Chijioke Ohuocha ABUJA, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Nigeria opened the order book for a $3 billion Eurobond offering on Tuesday, aiming to issue the bond next week, according to a notice to investors seen by Reuters. The West African country is aiming to issue the debt in tranches of three tenors - a seven-year at a yield of 6.5%, a 12-year bond at 7.75
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UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Sept 21

Sept 21 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 .FTSE index is seen opening 35 points higher on Tuesday, with futures .FFIc1 up 0.77%. * COMPASS: Compass Group CPG.L forecast fourth-quarter revenues slightly above expectations as sports fans throng stadiums again and students come back to campuses. * SIG: Building materials supplier SIG Plc SHI.L said that
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UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Sept 21

Sept 21 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 .FTSE index is seen opening 35 points higher on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers. * SHELL: Royal Dutch Shell RDSa.L said it would sell its Permian Basin assets to ConocoPhillips COP.N for $9.5 bln in cash, an exit from the largest U.S. oilfield for the energy major shifting its focus to the clean ene
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JPMorgan takes on British rivals with launch of digital bank Chase

* U.S. retail banking giant makes first overseas foray * UK seen as testing ground for global expansion -CEO * Bank will face thin margins, tough competition By Lawrence White LONDON, Sept 21 (Reuters) - JPMorgan JPM.N is challenging British rivals on their home turf with the launch on Tuesday of its long-awaited digital retail bank, Chase, as part
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Argentina readies stimulus package as new ministers sworn in

By Walter Bianchi and Nicolás Misculin BUENOS AIRES, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Argentina is expected to begin rolling out an economic stimulus package from Tuesday, as center-left President Alberto Fernandez tries to try to rev up growth and claw back support after a bruising primary election defeat a week ago. Fernandez swore in new ministers on Monday
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Argentina markets dip after Cabinet reshuffle clouds policy outlook

BUENOS AIRES, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Argentina's markets dipped on Monday as investors remained uncertain about economic policy outlook after a bruising primary election defeat for the government led to a Cabinet reshuffle at the end of last week. With center-left President Alberto Fernandez set to swear in his new ministers later in the day, over-the
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S.Africa's rand, stocks fall on strong dollar, drop in commodity prices

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 17 (Reuters) - South Africa's rand weakened on Friday, reversing some early gains and was set to close the week with an overall loss of almost 3.8% as the U.S. dollar rose and weak domestic economic data weighed on sentiment. At 1610 GMT the rand ZAR= traded at 14.7400 against the dollar, 1.03% weaker than its previous close. Aft
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South Africa's rand firms, but heads for weekly loss

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 17 (Reuters) - South Africa's rand firmed early on Friday, but was on track for weekly losses as the U.S. dollar rose and weak domestic economic data weighed on sentiment. At 0610 GMT, the rand ZAR= traded at 14.5700 against the dollar, 0.17% firmer than its previous close. However, the currency was set to make weekly losses of m
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Financial Times - Sept 17

Sept 17 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - JPMorgan to open digital retail bank in UK Link - Sunak to set out new fiscal rules to rein in UK borrowing Link - Unpublished ECB inflation estimate raises prospect of earlier rate
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Banks beware, outsiders are cracking the code for finance

* Embedded finance investment jumps in 2021, data shows * Buy now pay later deals take centre stage * Fintech market valuations leapfrog banks By Anna Irrera and Iain Withers LONDON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Anyone can be a banker these days, you just need the right code. Global brands from Mercedes and Amazon AMZN.O to IKEA and Walmart WMT.N are cuttin
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S.African rand slides as dollar jumps on U.S. data, stocks fall

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The South African rand fell to more than two-week lows on Thursday as the dollar jumped on a surprise rebound in U.S. retail sales, extending this week's rand losses to more than 2%. At 1550 GMT, the rand ZAR=D3 traded at 14.5750 against the dollar, around 1.1% weaker than its previous close and trading near its we
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Boom for banks as M&A and pandemic boost corporate FX needs

* Global dealmaking running at record high this year * Pandemic uncertainty, rising input costs encourage hedging * FX boost helping banks to offset lower investor activity By Saikat Chatterjee and Tommy Wilkes LONDON, Sept 16 (Reuters) - A boom in corporate dealmaking, surging input costs and a focus on short-term cash flows in the pandemic have s
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Wall Street ends down after jobless claims hit 18-month low

(Updates after close of market) * Gaming stocks drop on Beijing crackdown * Lululemon jumps on strong earnings forecast * Amazon, Microsoft weigh on indexes By Noel Randewich Sept 9 (Reuters) - Wall Street ended lower on Thursday after weekly jobless claims fell to a near 18-month low, allaying fears of a slowing economic recovery, but also stoking
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S&P 500 ends down after jobless claims hit 18-month low

(Updates with close of market) * Gaming stocks drop on Beijing crackdown * Lululemon jumps on strong earnings forecast * Amazon, Apple, Microsoft weigh on indexes By Noel Randewich Sept 9 (Reuters) - The S&P 500 ended lower on Thursday after weekly jobless claims fell to a near 18-month low, allaying fears of a slowing economic recovery, but also s
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London's financial workers flock back to office in hot commuter crush

* Bank offices back to half-full, occupancy rising * Office return comes despite rising virus cases * HSBC, StanChart, Goldman see influx accelerating By Lawrence White, Iain Withers and Rachel Armstrong LONDON, Sept 9 (Reuters) - There's no free lunch in finance - except when banks are wooing workers back to the office. London's financial sector,
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Aramco oil pipelines investors to sell at least $4 bln in bonds in Q4 - sources

By Davide Barbuscia, Saeed Azhar and Yousef Saba DUBAI, Sept 8 (Reuters) - A consortium led by EIG Global Energy Partners that took a stake in Saudi Aramco's oil pipelines is preparing to issue at least $4 billion in the fourth quarter to refinance a loan that largely funded the $12.4 billion deal, two sources familiar with the matter said. The dea
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Abu Dhabi expected to raise $3 billion via bonds

(Updates with launch, tranche sizes) By Yousef Saba DUBAI, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi locked in $3 billion on Wednesday with its second bond sale of the year for which it received more than $9.75 billion in orders for two tranches, a bank document showed. The emirate sold $1.75 billion in 10-year bonds at 63 basis points (bps) over U.S. Treasurie
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Credit Suisse names audit expert Lopez Lorenzo as compliance chief

ZURICH, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Credit Suisse Group AG CSGN.S named on Wednesday audit expert Rafael Lopez Lorenzo as chief compliance officer, as the Swiss bank tries to rebuild its reputation after a series of risk-management blunders. The collapse of $10 billion worth of supply chain finance funds linked to Greensill in March kicked off a tumultuous
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Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia expected to issue bonds by end-2021 - sources

By Yousef Saba and Davide Barbuscia DUBAI, Sept 7 (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia, and possibly other Gulf sovereigns, are expected to return to the international debt markets before the end of this year to lock in more funds while interest rates remain low, banking sources said. The oil-rich Gulf was battered by last year's crash in oil pri
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Maldives tops up April Islamic bond sale with another $200 million

(Updates with launch, size) DUBAI, Sept 2 (Reuters) - The government of the Maldives launched $200 million in a tap of existing sukuk, or Islamic bonds - reopening them for subscription to raise more cash - at 10.5%, a bank document showed on Thursday. Maldives raised $300 million via sukuk in April. They are due in 2026 and were sold at 9.875%. It
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