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  • Aug 31- Wall Street was set to open lower on Monday after weekend comments from Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer appeared to keep the door open for a rate hike in September. U.S. inflation will likely rebound as pressure from the dollar fades, allowing the Fed to raise interest rates gradually, Fischer said at the global central banking conference in...

  • *Weekend comments from Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer appeared to keep the door open for a rate hike next month. *U.S. inflation will likely rebound as pressure from the dollar fades, allowing the Fed to raise interest rates gradually, Fischer told CNBC at the global central banking conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. *Fischer's comments suggest...

  • NEW YORK, Aug 31- Citigroup plans to rebuild its long-neglected equities franchise seeking to capitalize on a retrenchment by rivals in the face of new rules designed to make the financial system less risky, according people familiar with the bank's plans. But having shored up its business and capital ratios since the financial crisis, largely by spinning off...

  • Indian economy offers hope as China struggles Sunday, 30 Aug 2015 | 5:00 PM ET

    NEW DELHI, Aug 31- For investors worried about the health of emerging economies, India's gross domestic product data for April-June should supply some cheer on Monday- the country is expected to remain the fastest growing major economy for a second straight quarter. But doubts persist over India's new way of calculating GDP, introduced early this year, even...

  • But a counter flow- call it "quantitative tightening"- is gathering force as China sells foreign exchange reserves to protect its economy and markets from the recent surge of capital out of the country. Analysts at Citi estimate that global FX reserves have been depleted at an average pace of $59 billion a month in the past year or so, and closer to $100 billion over...

  • Amgen wins approval for second biotech cholesterol drug Thursday, 27 Aug 2015 | 5:18 PM ET

    WASHINGTON— Amgen Inc. has won federal approval for the second medicine in a new class of pricey biotech drugs that reduce artery-clogging cholesterol more than older statin drugs that have been used for decades. Thousand Oaks, California- based Amgen priced the drug slightly below a similar drug Praluent, which costs $14,600 per year. Sanofi and partner...

  • Aug 27- The billionaire chief executive of Dole Food Co and his top lieutenant must pay $148.2 million of damages to shareholders they shortchanged when the produce company went private in 2013, a Delaware judge ruled on Thursday. In a decision that may cast a pall on management-led buyouts, Vice Chancellor Travis Laster said Dole Chief Executive David...

  • COLUMN-From China: quantitative tightening: James Saft Thursday, 27 Aug 2015 | 3:35 PM ET

    Aug 27- Money is flowing out of China at a quickening pace, leading to Beijing selling currency reserves in what amounts to a global quantitative tightening. Now the money is going the other way, a trend which accelerated after China experimented with a devaluation and a new semi-flotation of its yuan. Whereas China had been spending down its reserves at a more...

  • Dole Food CEO, former top exec ordered to pay $148M Thursday, 27 Aug 2015 | 2:27 PM ET

    DOVER, Del.— A Delaware judge on Thursday ordered 92- year-old Dole Food CEO David Murdock and a former top lieutenant to pay $148 million in damages for misleading directors and shareholders in a deal that took the company private in 2013.. The judge on Thursday said the billionaire businessman, along with former Dole president and chief operating officer C....

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 27- The U.S. Labor Department is leaning toward denying requests for regulatory relief by three big foreign banks that pleaded guilty to manipulating Libor interest rates but want to keep managing retirement accounts for clients. In letters to units of Deutsche Bank, UBS and the Royal Bank of Scotland, the department said it has "tentatively...

  • Aug 27- A Delaware judge on Thursday said David Murdock, the billionaire chief executive of Dole Food Co, is liable to shareholders for $148.2 million of damages for having shortchanged them when he took the fruit and vegetable producer private in 2013.. In his 106- page decision, Laster also held Dole's recently retired chief operating officer, C. Michael Carter,...

  • Dole CEO liable for $148.2 mln over 2013 buyout-ruling Thursday, 27 Aug 2015 | 11:03 AM ET

    Aug 27- A Delaware judge on Thursday said David Murdock, the chief executive of Dole Food Co, is liable for $148.2 million of damages for having shortchanged shareholders when he took the fruit producer private in 2013.. Delaware Chancery Judge Travis Laster said Murdock, 92, took several actions to reduce Dole's market value, and thus the price he would pay, and...

  • Kazakhstan unshackled its tenge last week, and bets are growing that from Hong Kong to Saudi Arabia, dollar pegs are at risk. "Markets are now questioning the sustainability of other dollar pegs, wondering which will be the next domino to fall," Deutsche Bank told clients. Justifying the cost of clinging to them will become increasingly difficult for those reliant...

  • WARSAW, Aug 25- Polish banks' foreign owners plan to seek compensation for any losses incurred by their operations from a bill on Swiss franc-denominated mortgages, according to letters they sent to Poland's Senate. On Tuesday, the Senate published letters it had received from U.S. conglomerate General Electric and Germany's Commerzbank, owners of Poland's...

  • COPENHAGEN, Aug 24- Nasdaq is poised to launch a platform for foreign exchange trading which it says would make the $5 trillion- a-day global market more transparent and would diversify its own business, a top executive from the stock market operator said. Authorities in the United States and Europe have fined major banks more than $10 billion for failing to stop...

  • Aug 24- Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc has lost a bid to escape a U.S. regulator's lawsuit accusing it of misleading Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into buying $32 billion of mortgage-backed securities ahead of the financial crisis. The case against RBS is the biggest and last of 18 lawsuits the FHFA filed in 2011 over about $200 billion in mortgage-backed...

  • *China slowing down, U.S. rate hike bets pushed back. LONDON, Aug 21- Stock markets are slipping the leash from central banks. China's economy, for years the driver of global growth, is slowing alarmingly.

  • *Europe bourses in 2015: http://link.reuters.com/pap87v. LONDON, Aug 20- European stock markets extended their losing streak on Thursday, with benchmark indexes in Frankfurt and London hitting seven-month lows as fears of a global economic slowdown took hold. Its losses for August have already matched those for June, which was its weakest month in two years, as...

  • European stocks extend drop after U.S. inflation data Wednesday, 19 Aug 2015 | 10:48 AM ET

    *Glencore also down after earnings drop. LONDON, Aug 19- European stock markets fell on Wednesday, extending a recent losing streak after U.S. inflation data supported expectations of a rate rise, while brewer Carlsberg slumped after cutting its outlook. News that German lawmakers had voted to back a third bailout for Greece had little positive effect, with the...

  • Emerging market debt trading volumes down 27 pct in Q2 Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015 | 1:18 PM ET

    NEW YORK, Aug 18- Emerging market debt trading volumes fell to $1.211 trillion in the second quarter of 2015, from $1.668 trillion in the same period a year ago, due to economic weakness in the sector and regulations tied to the Volcker Rule, a new survey showed. "EM's weakening fundamentals have also played an important role, underpinning relentless outflows from...