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  • MONTREAL/ CALGARY, Alberta, Nov 14- Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd sees shipments of crude by rail "coming alive a little bit," Chief Marketing Officer John Brooks said on Tuesday, signaling a pickup in a business that had been hurt by low energy prices and competition from pipelines. TransCanada Corp's in October scrapped its $12 billion Energy East pipeline that...

  • Cargo aircrafts from UPS, FedEx and West Air Europe are parked at Cargo City at Arlanda airport in Stockholm.

    Goldman initiates coverage on UPS and FedEx with buy ratings, citing strong international outlook and overblown worries about Amazon.

  • BAYAMON, Puerto Rico/ NEW YORK, Nov 10,- Along a stretch of highway in suburban Bayamon, Puerto Rico, construction workers tried desperately to make progress repairing a 100- foot-long sinkhole before the clouds rolled in. The 20- foot crater was among thousands of sites damaged by a storm that exposed an already fragile infrastructure in Puerto Rico, decimating...

  • *Administrator KPMG seeks to appeal High Court ruling. LONDON, Nov 8- Monarch does not have the right to sell its airport takeoff and landing slots, potentially the most valuable remaining part of the failed airline, a court in London ruled on Wednesday. In a blow to administrators seeking to recoup money, the High Court rejected Monarch's claim that it must be...

  • Autonomous vehicles and Amazon may be the shipping industry's buzzwords today, but blockchain is well on its way to becoming the future.

  • SAO PAULO, Nov 3- Brazil's Itaqui port, the country's closest deepwater gateway to the Panama Canal, has projected a rise in 2017 shipping volumes thanks to a record grain harvest and development of a new northern farming frontier. It is the deepest public port in Brazil, and its travel time to Europe and North America is seven days shorter than from rivals in the...

  • *Steel, cement terminal volumes fall 10-20 pct. SINGAPORE, Nov 3- Singapore port operator Jurong Port is entering the oil storage business to diversify its revenue as volumes passing through its cement and steel terminals fall amid a slowdown in the construction and shipbuilding sectors, its chief executive said. Singapore is the world's second-largest...

  • *Ryanair, Lufthansa to provide strongest growth at Frankfurt. Fraport had been slow to open up Frankfurt, one of Europe's busiest and most expensive airports, to low-cost carriers. "We are also achieving solid growth in Frankfurt again, where we made the necessary strategic decisions at the right time," Fraport CEO Stefan Schulte said as the group reported...

  • UBS CIO: This is the biggest opportunity in China's belt and road

    Emerging market infrastructure presents massive opportunities for those looking to invest in China's One Belt One Road Initiative, says Kelvin Tay of UBS Wealth Management.

  • DUBAI, Oct 26- Emirates and flydubai could use the same terminal at Dubai International Airport, the world's busiest for international travellers, after expanding their commercial relationship earlier this year, the head of the airport operator said. Emirates, the Middle East's largest airline, exclusively uses Terminal 3 with the exception of some Qantas...

  • Lance Fritz, CEO of Union Pacific

    Union Pacific reported earnings before the bell on Thursday.

  • DUBAI, Oct 26- Emirates and flydubai could use the same terminal at Dubai International Airport, the world's busiest for international travellers, after expanding their commercial relationship earlier this year, the head of the airport operator said. Emirates, the Middle East's largest airline, exclusively uses Terminal 3 with the exception of some Qantas...

  • United Parcel Service reported its third-quarter earnings before the bell Thursday.

  • NEW YORK/ SAO PAULO, Oct 25- Supplies of prompt Brazilian coffee have tightened in the United States and Europe as importers say some shipping companies are cutting container availability from the world's biggest grower. While some importers attribute the reduction to delayed dredging at Brazil's Port of Santos, others point to the drop in overall trade...

  • The first Boeing 737 MAX 9 airliner is pictured at the company's factory on March 7, 2017 in Renton, Washington. The 737 MAX 9, which can carry up to 220 passengers, is the second of three variants of the popular single-aisle model.

    Boeing reported third-quarter earnings before the market opens on Wednesday.

  • KIEV/ MOSCOW, Oct 24- Cyber attacks using malware called "BadRabbit" hit Russia and other nations on Tuesday, affecting Russian Interfax news agency and causing flight delays at Ukraine's Odessa airport. More than half the victims were in Russia, followed by Ukraine, Bulgaria, Turkey and Japan, according to ESET. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued a...

  • MONTREAL/ WASHINGTON Oct 24- Air Canada and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Tuesday they are investigating a weekend flight that landed on a San Francisco runway after the crew was told to abort, the second recent incident involving the carrier at the busy California airport. Air traffic control at SFO had instructed the Air Canada crew...

  • Chrysler Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit, Michigan

    Fiat Chrysler reported third-quarter earnings before the bell.

  • Albert Lee and John Siu, Project manager, Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge and Managing Director, Cushman and Wakefield Hong Kong discuss the complexities of connecting Hong Kong, Macau and Guangdong province.

  • *Air Berlin aircraft grounded at Keflavik airport. FRANKFURT/ BERLIN, Oct 20- An Air Berlin airliner was grounded at Iceland's Keflavik airport late on Thursday because the insolvent German carrier had not paid its airport charges, Keflavik operator Isavia said in a statement. "We have told Keflavik airport repeatedly that any outstanding demands of payment...