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  • **FRANKFURT- Speech by DaniEele Nouy, the head of ECB's supervisory board, at the Communicators Conference in Frankfurt, Germany- 0900 GMT. LONDON- Sam Woods, Bank of England Deputy Governor for Prudential Regulation and Chief Executive Officer of the Prudential Regulation Authority, to moderate a panel at Chatham House Conference on The Future of London as a...

  • Nov 9- A liberal-leaning California- based federal appeals court that has often ruled against President Donald Trump dealt him another setback this week in a major immigration case and soon could be asked to weigh in on a pipeline project he has championed. The 9th Circuit would hear any appeal by Trump's administration of the ruling late on Thursday by a...

  • **FRANKFURT- Speech by DaniEele Nouy, the head of ECB's supervisory board, at the Communicators Conference in Frankfurt, Germany- 0900 GMT. LONDON- Sam Woods, Bank of England Deputy Governor for Prudential Regulation and Chief Executive Officer of the Prudential Regulation Authority, to moderate a panel at Chatham House Conference on The Future of London as a...

  • WASHINGTON DC- Randal Quarles, the Federal Reserve's vice chair for supervision, speaks in Washington on the future of financial regulation- 0900 GMT. WASHINGTON D C- Federal Reserve Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles speaks on "Stress Testing" before Brookings Institution event: "The Future of Financial Regulation," in Washington- 1405 GMT.

  • Nov 8- The trade landscape in the U.S. House of Representatives will shift significantly next year following Democrats' seizure of control in Tuesday's elections. Pelosi also has applauded Trump's initial round of tariffs against China, citing the need to combat China's "brazenly unfair trade policies". Richard Neal of Massachusetts is expected to become...

  • issues for schools, roads, parks, sewers and other projects as well as measures to rein in taxation and expand Medicaid. F-State of California $8.87 bln for water projects P-State of California $4 bln for housing and veterans' loans P-San Diego Unified School District $3.5 bln for school improvements P-State of California $2 bln for homeless housing P-State of...

  • issues for schools, roads, parks, sewers and other projects as well as measures to rein in taxation and expand Medicaid. F-Pima County $430 mln for roads and highways Mesa School District $300 mln for upgrades and renovations. F-State of California $8.87 bln for water projects P-State of California $4 bln for housing and veterans' loans P-San Diego Unified...

  • *Fresenius, DaVita buoyed by defeat for California dialysis plan. *Three states approve Medicaid expansion. Republicans lost control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats, a setback for President Donald Trump, but increased their grip on the Senate, signalling likely policy gridlock in Washington.

  • A voters fills out his ballot for the midterm election at a polling place in Madison, Wisconsin, November 6, 2018.

    Voters in Utah, Nebraska and Idaho were all projected to pass ballot measures to expand the federal and state health insurance program, according to NBC.

  • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 WELLINGTON- Reserve Bank of New Zealand announces Official Cash Rate and Monetary Policy Statement at a media conference- 2000 GMT. FRANKFURT- ECB governing council non-monetary policy meeting. STOCKHOLM Riksbank Deputy Governor Martin Flodén will discuss the economic situation and monetary policy 1630 GMT.

  • CHICAGO, Nov 1- Election ballots around the United States on Tuesday will be packed with referendums for billions of dollars of state, local government and school bonds, as well as measures seeking to curb taxation, expand healthcare for the poor and increase school funding. There are 673 bond issues on ballots in 38 states totaling nearly $76.3 billion, the...

  • CHICAGO, Nov 1- Election ballots around the United States on Tuesday will be packed with referendums for billions of dollars of state, local government and school bonds, as well as measures seeking to curb taxation, expand healthcare for the poor and increase school funding. There are 673 bond issues on ballots in 38 states totaling nearly $76.3 billion, the...

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 29- Wells Fargo& Co will not finish paying back the estimated 600,000 customers it wrongly charged for auto insurance until at least 2020, the bank said in a letter to U.S. lawmakers seen by Reuters. U.S. regulators slapped Wells Fargo with a $1 billion penalty in April when it admitted to wrongly forcing drivers into auto insurance policies.

  • Oct 10- Micron Technology said on Wednesday it planned to invest up to $100 million in startup companies working on artificial intelligence technologies for use in self-driving vehicles, factory automation and other growing fields. The Idaho- based memory chip maker launched a corporate venture capital program more than a decade ago, but its investments...

  • *S&P, Dow hit record highs for second straight session. Sept 21- The S&P 500 and the Dow touched record highs for the second straight day, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq dipped in heavy trading on Friday, largely related to Wall Street's sector reshuffling and "quadruple witching" expirations. "The communications sector will be a more widely-held, widely-traded and...

  • Sept 21- The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average touched record highs for a second session running on Friday, helped by a boost for energy stocks from higher oil prices as changes to Wall Street industry sectors index spurred volatility. Eight of the 11 major S&P sectors gained ground with the S&P energy sector rising 0.58 percent led by Chevron and Exxon...

  • Crude prices rose ahead of a meeting of OPEC and other large exporters that will focus on production increases as U.S. sanctions restrict Iranian exports while President Trump simultaneously demands Middle East producers get prices down. Shares in Idaho- based Micron dropped 5.8 percent after the chipmaker said U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods would weigh on...

  • The memory chipmaker, whose NAND and DRAM chips help power smartphones and servers, said that U.S. tariffs of 10 percent $200 billion of Chinese goods that go into effect on Sept. 24 played a big role in its gross margin forecast. Chief Financial Officer David Zinsner said Micron expects to be able to work through the blow from tariffs but that it will take up to a year.

  • Aug 29- Chipmaker Micron Technology Inc said Wednesday it plans to spend $3 billion over the next 12 years to expand a plant in Virginia about 40 miles west of Washington, D.C.. It also makes chips in Singapore, Japan and Taiwan, but only performs assembly and test work in China. The company has become a prominent point in trade relations between China and the United...

  • LONDON, Aug 29- Phoenix Global Mining, which is reopening a U.S. copper mine abandoned during World War II when its workforce left to fight, plans to list in New York in September after a disappointing launch on London's AIM market. Following a shareprice consolidation in August, shares in Phoenix that listed on AIM in 2017 are trading at 29 pence, down from a peak of 53...