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  • *European shares down as investors seek clarity over Greece. The leaders of Germany and France and Greece's international creditors agreed late on Monday to work with "real intensity" as they try to reach a deal that would prevent Athens from defaulting and potentially leaving the euro zone. Greek Prime Minister Tsipras said Athens had sent creditors a "...

  • *European shares down as investors seek clarity over Greece. LONDON, June 2- European shares dipped on Tuesday while German bond yields rose, with investors in the dark over whether a high-level meeting on Greece's debt crisis might herald a significant breakthrough. The leaders of Germany, France and Greece's international creditors agreed late on Monday to...

  • The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen rose 1.7 percent, to 5,161.87, and the Shanghai Composite Index also gained 1.7 percent, to 4,910.53 points. The Shenzhen market, home to start-up firms and small- and medium-sized enterprises, was much stronger than the Shanghai market on Tuesday. Infrastructure stocks rose on news that...

  • SHANGHAI, June 2- China's yuan inched up slightly on Tuesday, with traders saying that dollar supply and demand was roughly in balance in the market, helping to offset the central bank's decision to set the daily midpoint at its lowest in more than a month. The People's Bank of China set the midpoint rate at 6.1225 per dollar prior to the market open, the weakest level...

  • *Barclays sees modest copper surplus, prices to avg $6,300 for Q2. MELBOURNE, June 2- Copper prices held near $6,000 a tonne on Tuesday, as bleak global factory growth data indicated a muddy outlook for metal consumption over what is typically the stronger quarter of the year for seasonal demand. Manufacturing activity showed few signs of picking up across Europe,...

  • LISBON, June 1- The sale of Portugal's Novo Banco is likely to end with a duel between two Chinese bidders, which have both presented offers of just over 4 billion euros, and could lead to a fourth stage involving direct negotiations, sources said on Monday. Chinese insurer Anbang and Fosun International both presented bids just over 4 billion euros in April, far...

  • SHANGHAI, June 1- China stocks jumped nearly 5 percent on Monday, regaining most of the ground lost in Thursday's sell-off, as investors sitting on growing piles of cash took advantage of that tumble to swoop on shares as a chorus of official media commentary asserted the bull market is not over yet. "The pattern in a bull market is that immediately after a plunge,...

  • LONDON, June 1- European stock markets inched higher on Monday, putting aside concerns over Greece that unsettled the euro after Chinese stocks rallied almost 5 percent. "The pattern in a bull market is that immediately after a plunge, money will pile in, pushing the market higher," said Wang Yu, analyst at Pacific Securities Co in Beijing. The CSI300 index of the...

  • On Friday, a Korean man was confirmed as China's first case after traveling to the country via Hong Kong with Asiana Airlines Inc. None of 64 people quarantined after contact with the man tested positive, state media reported. In Hong Kong, 299 people died from SARS and tourism dropped almost 90 percent during the worst-hit months. Korean Air Lines Co Ltd closed...

  • SHANGHAI, June 1- China's key CSI300 index posted its biggest single-day rise in two and a half years, as investors sitting on growing piles of cash took advantage of last week's tumble to swoop on shares, emboldened by a chorus of official media commentary asserting the bull market is not over yet. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and...

  • Greece's ongoing woes, downbeat U.S. data keep investors wary. Financial spreadbetters expected a brighter start to European trading, with Britain's FTSE 100 seen opening as much as 0.5 percent higher, Germany's DAX 0.4 percent, and France's CAC 40 up 0.5 percent. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was nearly flat in late afternoon...

  • SHANGHAI, June 1- China stocks rose sharply on Monday morning, as investors took a positive view on fresh official economic surveys and welcomed a chorus of domestic media commentary asserting the bull market has not yet ended. In Hong Kong, both the Hang Seng index and the Hong Kong China Enterprises Index were up 0.7 percent. Growth in China's giant factory...

  • KEEPING SCORE: In Europe, Germany's DAX was up 0.4 percent to 11,465 while the CAC-40 in France rose 0.7 percent at 5,042. The FTSE 100 index of leading British shares was 0.1 percent higher at 6,992. U.S. shares were poised for a fairly flat open with Dow futures and the broader S&P 500 futures up 0.1 percent. GREECE UNCERTAINTY: Greece remains one of the key...

  • SHANGHAI, June 1- China's yuan firmed against the dollar on Monday after the G7 agreed in principle that it would be good to include the currency in the International Monetary Fund's currency basket, traders said. The People's Bank of China set the midpoint rate at 6.1207 per dollar prior to market open, the lowest level since Apr.28, or 0.02 percent weaker than the...

  • *Greece's ongoing woes, downbeat U.S. data hit sentiment. Persistent fears about Greece's financial situation and downbeat U.S. data also sapped investors' confidence. "A solid fall in new export work contributed to fewer new orders, which in turn led to the first contraction of output in 2015 so far," said Qu Hongbin, an economist at HSBC in Hong Kong.

  • China import tax cuts no remedy for retail slowdown Sunday, 31 May 2015 | 7:30 PM ET

    SHANGHAI, June 1- China's economic policymakers clearly didn't consult mother-of-one Chen Xuejun when they decided to try stimulating consumer demand by slashing import tariffs on sneakers to skincare. Private consumption now accounts for over half of China's GDP growth, but lags far behind levels in markets like the United States. High Street prices of...

  • SAFT ON WEALTH-The power of the fear of missing out Friday, 29 May 2015 | 5:09 PM ET

    There are two markets right now which show meaningful signs of attracting capital in substantial part because of this fear: China's stock market and Silicon Valley's unicorn factory. In China, which is enjoying a vertiginous market ride upwards, money is flowing into stocks in part because investors believe the authorities' want' a bull market and in part...

  • LONDON, May 29- Stocks of tin held in London Metal Exchange warehouses currently stand at 7,570 tonnes. The London tin market seems blissfully unconcerned by the steady decline in exchange-registered inventory. The general consensus is that tin is currently in oversupply, thanks first and foremost to the emergence of Myanmar as a new global supplier.

  • LONDON, May 29- Gold steadied off the previous session's 2-1/ 2 week low on Friday, supported by uncertainty over Greece's debt talks, but still under pressure from expectations that a rise in U.S. interest rates may come soon. Spot gold was at $1,188.30 an ounce at 0915 GMT, little changed from late on Thursday, while U.S. gold futures for June delivery were up 30 cents...

  • *European markets inch lower, wary eyes on Greece. LONDON, May 29- The dollar inched higher on Friday, putting it on track for a monthly rise in May, while Chinese shares steadied after a plunge a day earlier that stoked concerns about the financial health of the world's second largest economy. European stock markets were a touch lower, with dealers pointing to doubts...