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  • In 2014, US economy began shaky, finished strong Friday, 26 Dec 2014 | 3:41 PM ET

    WASHINGTON— The U.S. economy flexed its old muscles in 2014.. But consumers, businesses and investors, after enduring a brutal winter, showed renewed vigor as the year wore on and set the United States apart from much of the world. All told, the United States remained insulated from the financial struggles surfacing everywhere from Europe and Latin America to...

  • SINGAPORE, Dec 26- Gold ticked up in thin post-Christmas trading on Friday, but the metal was headed for a second straight weekly drop as strength in the dollar and equities hurt safe-haven bids for bullion. *Spot gold gained 0.3 percent to $1,177.31 an ounce by 0020 GMT, not too from a three-week low of $1,170.17 hit earlier in the week. *The metal has lost about 1.5...

  • LONDON, Dec 23- Investment bankers working on corporate takeovers and share issues can expect good news on bonuses after a buoyant year when they return from the holidays, but bond and currency traders face lower payouts. "We're seeing bonus pools on average up by between 5 and 10 percent on 2013 numbers, but that's massively differentiated across different...

  • *Germany's No. 2 bank to intensify reforms. FRANKFURT, Dec 23- Commerzbank boss Martin Blessing has restored the German lender to health but it is unlikely to meet ambitious 2016 turnaround targets as it faces tough competition at home and a stagnating European economy. "When Commerzbank set out its 2016 targets in 2012, no one could have predicted the...

  • HONG KONG, Dec 23- Announced M&A volume in Asia-Pacific jumped 48 percent in 2014 from a year ago to $802.2 billion, preliminary data from Thomson Reuters shows, the highest volume on record. Goldman Sachs 125,542 Morgan Stanley 120,547 Citigroup 88,409 JPMorgan 80,651 CITIC 79,850 Bank of America Corp 76,853 Deutsche Bank 63,815 Somerley Ltd 62,122 UBS...

  • *Alibaba helps U.S. market hit IPO numbers not seen since 2000. Tuesday's data showed the U.S. market was among the most successful for new issues, thanks in part to the record-breaking listing of Chinese online retailer Alibaba in September, the largest to date. After the bumper Alibaba sale, Saudi Arabia led the listings with National Commercial Bank's $6...

  • WASHINGTON, Dec 22- The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Monday ordered Deutsche Bank to pay a $3 million fine over charges that it had failed to properly invest customer funds and had made other mistakes in the process. Deutsche Bank neither denied nor admitted the regulator's findings, a court order said. In July, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York...

  • WASHINGTON, Dec 22- The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Monday ordered a unit of Deutsche Bank to pay a $3 million fine over charges that it had failed to properly invest customer funds and had made other mistakes in the process. "DBSI failed to accurately compute the amount of customer funds on deposit," over the period of June 18, 2012 to August 15, 2012,...

  • *Copper tracks oil lower after Saudi minister comments. LONDON, Dec 22- Copper dipped on Monday after oil prices retreated and as worries over growth in top consumer China persisted, though a trimming back of surplus forecasts for next year limited losses. Copper prices changed direction after oil resumed its slide after Saudi Arabia's oil minister said OPEC...

  • *Copper surplus forecasts for 2015 being trimmed back. *Copper heading for double-digit pct drop in 2014. LONDON, Dec 22- Copper steadied on Monday as a recovery in oil and global equities helped solidify the view that the metal looked relatively cheap following recent steep price drops, though worries over growth in top consumer China persisted.

  • METALS-Copper up on view it looks cheap after falls Monday, 22 Dec 2014 | 6:19 AM ET

    *Copper surplus forecasts for 2015 being trimmed back. *Copper heading for double-digit pct drop in 2014. LONDON, Dec 22- Copper edged up for a second consecutive day on Monday as a recovery in oil prices and global equities helped solidify the view that copper looked cheap following recent steep price drops.

  • Dec 22- Crude oil prices are likely to bottom out in the first half of 2015, until a possible slowdown in U.S. shale production counters a supply glut exacerbated by OPEC's decision not to cut output, a Reuters monthly survey showed. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' agreement last month to stand pat on output meant the onus for any supply...

  • *Assets eyed in Mozambique, Mongolia, Australia and Indonesia. TOKYO/ MELBOURNE, Dec 22- Only a few months ago, a potential buyer said Japanese trading house Marubeni Corp was prepared to sell a costly stake in a Canadian coal mine for as little as $1. This vote of confidence comes amid signs that coal demand in Japan and emerging markets such as India is holding up well...

  • FRANKFURT, Dec 19- Western companies are curtailing investments in Russia, repatriating funds and talking with their banks about currency hedges to protect profits from the falling rouble and worsening growth outlook. Collapsing oil prices and a punishing round of sanctions over Ukraine are pushing Russia into recession and frustrating thousands of...

  • HONG KONG, Dec 19- Hong Kong's de facto central bank said it found no evidence of rigging in Hong Kong's foreign exchange benchmark following an 18- month investigation into the trading operations of 10 banks. However, it identified "inappropriate" behavior by individual traders at Standard Chartered and Deutsche Bank. The HKMA began the investigation into...

  • ZURICH, Dec 18- Denise Anderegg is happy enough about the Swiss National Bank's decision to charge banks for deposits. Foreign banks that accept overseas deposits seeking a safe haven in Switzerland are likely to be hit hardest, according to bankers and economists. Credit Suisse, UBS and cooperative bank Raiffeissen have said they will not be affected by...

  • The strong debt issuance outlook comes on top of a record year for the "dim sum" bond market which has seen 324 billion yuan in bond issuance so far this year, a 74 percent increase from 2013 volumes, according to Thomson Reuters data. "It's trade settlement that drives the dim sum bond market in the end," said Andrew Malcolm, capital markets partner at Linklaters in Hong...

  • SYDNEY, Dec 18- Australia's New South Wales state said it plans to raise $16 billion by selling just under half its electricity network, using proceeds from one of the country's biggest privatisations for major rail, road and other infrastructure upgrades. The so-called "poles and wires" deal has been seen as attractive to large offshore investors like State...

  • SYDNEY, Dec 18- Australia's New South Wales state said it plans to raise A $20 billion by leasing or selling 49 percent of its electricity network, enabling it to pay for a second Sydney Harbour rail crossing and several road upgrades. State Treasurer Andrew Constance said the plan, to proceed if the government is re-elected in a ballot scheduled for March, would...

  • Fed to be 'patient' about a rate hike; stocks soar Wednesday, 17 Dec 2014 | 2:07 PM ET

    WASHINGTON— The Federal Reserve is edging closer to raising interest rates from record lows given a strengthening U.S. economy. At a news conference afterward, Chair Janet Yellen said she foresaw no rate hike in the first quarter of 2015.. "The Fed is sending the message that the broader U.S. economy is on the path toward healing," said Steven Ricchiuto, chief...