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Chinese stocks fall after probes of brokers launched

Chinese stocks fall after probes of brokers launched

syndication.ap.orgChinese investors check stock prices on computer terminals at a brokerage house in Fuyang in central China’s Anhui province Friday, Nov. 27, 2015. China’s stock market fell sharply Friday as investigations into the securities industry … Continue reading at

Chinese executives keep going missing

Top company executives in China keep vanishing, and some never return to their posts. This week, it was the CEO of the Hong Kong arm of one of China’s largest brokerages who disappeared; a few months ago, the president of a giant bank. Once they go missing … Continue reading at

3 Chinese brokerages say they are under investigation

Cal loses 15-point lead, falls to San Diego St. Caption Close BEIJING (AP) -- Three of China’s biggest securities firms are under investigation in a fresh aftershock from this summer’s market plunge. Shares in Citic Securities Ltd. and Guosen Securities … Continue reading at

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Rio Tinto Bucks Trend to Bet on Bauxite

SYDNEY--Rio Tinto PLC approved a $ 1.9 billion bauxite project in northeastern Australia, bucking a trend among major resources companies that have largely delayed new mines to protect profits from low commodity prices. The Anglo-Australian mining company … Continue reading at

Activists Display Lighter Touch

Some of Wall Street’s most aggressive investors are taking on a gentler role: friend to companies in transition. Activist hedge funds have made big bets on companies such as General Electric Co., Mondelez International Inc. and 21st Century Fox Inc. that … Continue reading at

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Don’t Catch the Metals Knife

David Fickling is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering commodities, as well as industrial and consumer companies. He has been a reporter for Bloomberg News, Dow Jones, the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and the Guardian. Note: LME contracts are … Continue reading at

HSBC says to shut down India private banking business

Thomson ReutersA traffic light shines red near the HSBC bank logo in Paris By Sumeet Chatterjee MUMBAI (Reuters) – HSBC Holdings Plc is shutting its private banking unit in India, marking the exit of another foreign bank from the cut-throat wealth … Continue reading at

Black Friday for China stocks but metals not so heavy

LONDON (Reuters) – Chinese shares slumped 5 percent on Friday, hit by regulatory and industrial sector worries, though it wasn’t enough to derail the first weekly rise for metals like copper and zinc since early October. The Shanghai Composite index (.SSEC … Continue reading at

Suzuki trying to set up wholly owned subsidiary in India; MSIL minority stakeholders skeptical

Suzuki Motor Corporation, a 56 percent holder in MSIL, is trying to create a 100% owned Indian subsidiary which would be a separate entity from MSIL. With that sort of an arrangement, Suzuki seems to have a plan where it will take care of the majority of … Continue reading at

Potash Corporation Dividends: Will Potash Prices Fall Further?

Will Potash Corporation Dividends Scale Down? (Continued from Prior Part) Average potash prices Previously, we saw that if the average realized prices of potash fall below $ 200 per ton, Potash Corporation (POT) will find it challenging to fund its … Continue reading at

* European markets edged lower on Tuesday threatening to end a nine-session winning streak as momentum from the Greek bail out ebbed, and attention turned to quarterly earnings season. The big corporate news over night came out of Tokyo, where Toshiba's President and CEO Hisao Tanaka resigned after the company admitted inflating profits by at least ?152 billion (.2 billion) over several years. A report into the scandal said that Tanaka and his predecessor Norio Sasaki, now Toshiba's Vice Chairman, were aware of the inflated figures. In Europe, French spirits maker Remy Cointreau was amongst the biggest blue-chip fallers, down 2.3%, after like-for-like quarterly sales dipped 9% due to weak demand from Russia and China, where Beijing's ongoing crackdown on corruption continues to hurt luxury goods makers.

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