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Posted 14 August 2017 - 02:14 AM

Japan GDP Jumps 1.0% In Q2
Japan's gross domestic product expanded 1.0 percent on quarter in the second three months of 2017, the Cabinet Office said in Monday's preliminary reading. 
That beat forecasts for a gain of 0.6 percent following the upwardly revised 0.4 percent increase in the three months prior (originally -0.3 percent). 
On a yearly basis, GDP surged 4.0 percent - again topping expectations for 2.5 percent and up from the upwardly revised 1.5 percent jump in the first quarter (originally 1.0 percent). 
Nominal GDP jumped 1.1 percent on quarter, beating forecasts for an increase of 0.7 percent following the 0.3 percent decline in the previous three months. 

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Posted 14 August 2017 - 02:53 AM

Oil Steady, Buoyed by Firm Demand and Drop in Inventories
Oil prices were steady on Monday, buoyed by firm demand and a fall in inventories. However, it remains under pressure due to high output. 
U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures CLc1 stood at $48.85 per barrel, higher by three cents. 
According to Anz bank, prices are supported by a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) which stated that crude oil stockpiles were now below 2016 levels. Stocks continue to be at 219 million barrels above a 5-year average, which is a level that OPEC is aiming for with its output cuts, the IEA said. 
The agency increased its 2017 demand growth forecast to 1.5 million barrels per day (bpd) from 1.4 million bpd in its earlier monthly report and said it sees demand to grow further by 1.4 million bpd in 2017. 
Shale production in the biggest U.S. oilfield should increase by as much as 300,000 bpd by December, according to industry forecasts. 
Drillers added three rigs looking for new oil in the week to Aug. 11 which brings the overall count up to 768, the most since April 2015, according to General Electric Co's Baker Hughes energy services company.

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Posted Yesterday, 02:01 AM

VALE: Company To Increase Corporate Governance Level Sooner Than Expected
The chief executive officer of the Brazilian miner Vale, Fabio Schvartsman, said that the company could enter the Novo Mercado stock market segment - which means that the firm will follow the highest standards of corporate governance available in Brazil - sooner than expected. 
"We do not have the date yet, but we will do everything at reach to make it fast. It is possible that it will happen later this year," the executive said in a teleconference with reporters. 
His statement came after Vale's stockholders agreed to convert 84.4% of the company's preferred shares into common shares. According to Schvartsman, nobody expected such high level of commitment to the share conversion process. 
Now, Vale is reviewing what to do with the remaining preferred shares. One possibility would be to hold a new shareholder meeting to convert those stocks. Schvartsman also reiterated that it would not be necessary to use company money to buy the shares, since shareholders who did not join the conversion did not do so due to regulatory issues, such as index funds abroad. 
Vale needed a conversion rate of at least 54.09% to proceed with its corporate restructuring and for changes in corporate governance, such as those required to enter the Novo Mercado segment. 
After the conversion, Valepar - Vale's controlling shareholder - will merge with and into the mining company. Valepar is formed by Bradesco, Mitsui, BNDESPar and state pension funds, such as Previ. In this way, shareholders linked to the government will have smaller shares. 
Asked about government participation in the company, Schvartsman said that this issue is "100% solved" and that government interference in the company "is a page turned." "Not that there was interference, but the government is very welcome as a minority shareholder," he said.

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Posted Yesterday, 02:31 AM

Wall Street Higher as North Korea Tensions Dwindle Down
U.S. stocks closed higher on Monday from the previous week's selloff, as traders saw geopolitical tensions subsiding. 
The Dow Jones industrial average climbed 0.62 percent to 21,993.71, as Goldman Sachs, Apple and Boeing contributed the most advances. 
The S&P 500 advanced one percent to 2,465.84, as the information technology ended at a record peak. The S&P also recorded its best day since April 24, when it climbed 1.08 percent. The Nasdaq composite gained 1.34 percent to 6,340.23, with shares of Amazon, Facebook and Tesla all increasing. 
The CBOE Volatility index, Wall Street's fear gauge, dropped over three points after it jumped to a nine-month peak last week. 
Technology shares were among stocks that gave the index its largest boost. Apple rose 1.5 percent and the S&P 500 technology index climbed 1.6 percent. 
Tesla advanced 1.7 percent after two brokerages increased their price targets on the stock, citing possible success of the firm's Model 3 sedan. 
Snap Inc rose 6.5 percent after notching a record low early in the session, as investors posted their stakes in the social media firm while a wave of employees became eligible to sell their shares.

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Posted Today, 02:04 AM

Australia Leading Index Climbs 0.12% In July
The Australian economy picked up steam in July, the latest survey from Westpac Bank revealed on Wednesday. 
The bank's leading index moved up 0.12 percent on month, the bank said. 
That follows the downwardly revised 0.15 percent decline in June (originally 0.14 percent).

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Posted Today, 02:30 AM

Wall Street Flat as Retail Stocks Sharply Drop
U.S. equities closed little changed on Tuesday as losses in Home Depot and other retailers followed results which counterbalanced strong U.S. retail sales data. 
The Dow Jones industrial average edged up 0.02 percent to end at 21,998.99, with Home Depot contributing the most losses. The S&P 500 slipped 0.05 percent to 2,464.61, as telecommunications lagged behind. The Nasdaq composite was down 0.11 percent to 6,333.01. 
The SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) dropped 2.7 percent. 
Advance Auto Parts marked their worst day ever after reporting lower-than-expected earnings. Dick's Sporting Goods tumbled 23 percent after its results fell short of expectations. The company also lowered its 2017 outlook. 
Home Depot reported better-than-expected earnings and sales for the second quarter. However, its stocks dropped 2.7 percent. Investors seem to be worried about supply constraints in the housing market which could add more pressure on the company's future earnings. Bank stocks climbed following higher-than-expected economic data which raised Treasury yields. 
General Electric fell 0.9 percent and dropped to an intraday low of $25.10, its weakest point since October 2015. A quarterly report from Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc revealed that it reduced its investment in the industrial company.

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