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  • Shares in Mexican construction firm ICA fell more than 9 percent on Monday. In early trading, ICA's shares were down 9.64 percent at 3.28 pesos per share.

  • Cast members Bale, Gosling, Tomei and Carell pose at the premiere of "The Big Short" during the closing night of AFI Fest 2015 in Hollywood

    Wall Street villains are having their big moment on both television and the big screen. With the 2008-2009 financial crisis and the accompanying Great Recession not only fresh in many people’s minds but still having an impact on many lives, stories about greed on Wall Street and concern about growing income inequality …

  • A man and vehicles are reflected in a price display at a gas station in Tokyo

    Crude oil prices fell on Monday because of lingering concerns over a supply overhang and after a Saudi-Venezuela meeting showed few signs that steps would be taken to boost prices. Global benchmark Brent futures (LCOc1) were down 43 cents at $33.63 at 9.43 a.m. ET, while U.S. crude futures (CLc1) lost 66 cents to $30.23. …

  • Hasbro Inc reported its biggest jump in quarterly revenue in nearly five years, beating analysts' estimates by a wide margin, driven by demand for toys based on the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" ...

  • NEW DELHI/MUMBAI, Feb 8 (Reuters) - India introduced rules on Monday to prevent Internet service providers from having different pricing policies for accessing different parts of the Web, in a setback to Facebook Inc's plan to roll out a pared-back free Internet service to the masses. The new rules came after a two-month …

  • Pfizer Inc, which agreed to buy Allergan Plc for $160 billion last year, said it will create a new operating unit to house its consumer healthcare and Allergan's opthalmology and Botox units once the deal ...

  • Wall St. extends tech-led selloff Reuters - 17 minutes ago
    Traders work with a floor official on the floor of the NYSE

    Wall Street fell sharply in early trading on Monday, continuing a technology-led selloff from Friday, as fears of a worsening global-economic slowdown and dropping oil prices continued to rattle investors. ...

  • Wall Street fell sharply in early trading on Monday, continuing a technology-led selloff from Friday, as fears of a worsening global-economic slowdown and dropping oil prices continued to rattle investors. The Nasdaq Composite that includes large-cap technology names such as Alphabet, Microsoft and Facebook was off …

  • India's economic growth slowed in the last quarter of 2015, adding to pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to expedite stalled reforms in the next session of parliament when it presents its annual budget. Gross domestic product grew an annual 7.3 percent in the October-December quarter, government …

  • File photo of a boy sitting in a toy tricycle is pushed past shelves of bottled beverages at a supermarket in Nanjing

    LONDON (Reuters) - 2016 could be the year of the sugar tax, as several large nations consider levies on sweetened food and drinks to battle obesity and fatten government coffers. For years, public health advocates have called for such measures as one prong of an attack against a growing obesity epidemic that has fueled …

  • Wal-Mart Stores Inc's top retailing expert Andy Murray has been sent over to its British supermarkets operator Asda to try to reverse a decline in sales and loss of market share to fast-growing discount rivals. Murray, head of creative and customer experience at the U.S. giant, will become Asda's chief customer officer …

  • Several major stock markets in the Middle East rose on Monday as local investors bought back shares, though blue-chip banks weighed on Abu Dhabi. Equity markets in the region, where government revenues ...

  • Canada's main stock index fell on Monday as weaker crude oil prices and a broader sell-off in risky assets weighed on energy and financial stocks, overshadowing gains for gold stocks. The Toronto Stock ...

  • Egypt is drafting its next budget on the basis of an exchange rate of 8.25 Egyptian pounds to the dollar, weaker than the central bank's official rate, two government sources said on Monday, indicating the monetary authority may be preparing to devalue. The bank has defended the pound against growing pressure to devalue, …

  • Concerns over the Zika virus have not affected ticket sales at LATAM Airlines' TAM Brazilian unit, the regional carrier said on Monday. "So far, there has been no impact on reservations at TAM ... due to the cases of Zika virus in Brazil and in other locations where the airline operates," Chile-headquartered LATAM …

  • Breast implant maker Sientra Inc said it will resume selling all of its medical devices in the U.S. market from March 1, four months after it suspended sales of its breast implant devices to ensure technical compliance. The company had put a hold on sales of its implants in October, citing some technical compliance …

  • The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Monday. To inform us of other job changes, email moves@thomsonreuters.com. AVIVA PLC The insurer appointed Claudia Arney an independent ...

  • The top end of the revenue range indicates an 11.34 percent growth in the current quarter from a year earlier, its slowest since the March quarter of 2002. Analysts on average were expecting a profit of 81 cents per share and revenue of $3.32 billion for the first quarter, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Cognizant, …

  • Wall Street was set to open lower on Monday, continuing a technology-led selloff from Friday, as fears of a global economic slowdown worsening and dropping oil prices continue to rattle investors. The Nasdaq Composite that includes large-cap technology names like Alphabet, Microsoft and Facebook closed at its lowest …

  • Consol Energy Inc said on Monday it nominated Bernard Lanigan, former chief executive of Southeast Asset Advisors, for election to its board. Consol Energy's annual meeting of shareholders is scheduled ...

  • Consol Energy Inc said on Monday it nominated Bernard Lanigan, former chief executive of Southeast Asset Advisors, for election to its board. Consol Energy's annual meeting of shareholders is scheduled ...

  • Sarepta Therapeutics Inc said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had delayed a decision on its lead drug for a rare muscle-wasting disorder. The FDA has delayed the decision to May 26 from late February, ...

  • Greece expects the review of its bailout performance to resume next week and conclude two weeks later, its finance minister said on Monday. "We must convince them ... how we will reach the 3.5 percent of GDP primary budget surplus year by year," Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos told lawmakers.

  • The value of Canadian building permits jumped more than expected in December, driven by increased construction intentions for multi-family homes across much of the country, data from Statistics Canada ...

  • Financial sector stress delivers fresh jolt Reuters - 1 hour 36 minutes ago
    Traders work at their desks in front of the German share price index, DAX board, at the stock exchange in Frankfurt

    Stress in the financial sector triggered by worries over global growth and the impact of negative interest rates drove European share prices to their lowest in 16 months on Monday and sent the cost of insuring bank debt soaring. Concern over the health of the sector, which has prompted comparisons with the early days of …

  • Stress in the financial sector triggered by worries over global growth and the impact of negative interest rates drove European share prices to their lowest in 16 months on Monday and sent the cost of insuring bank debt soaring. Concern over the health of the sector, which has prompted comparisons with the early days …

  • Specialist trader Giacchi shouts out a price for Brixmor Property Group Inc. during the company's IPO on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, in New York

    "The board is disappointed to have learned of the conduct and lack of appropriate management supervision uncovered as a result of the Audit Committee review," Chairman John Schreiber said in a statement. Brixmor said it would not have to restate its historical financial statements as the impact of the discrepancies was …

  • Shopping center operator Brixmor Property Group Inc said three of its top officers, including its chief executive, had resigned after an internal accounting review showed discrepancies in the company's financial statements. "The board is disappointed to have learned of the conduct and lack of appropriate management …

  • Miner Tahoe Resources Inc said it would buy Canada's Lake Shore Gold Corp for about C$751 million ($540 million) to add low-cost gold mines in Ontario to its portfolio. Precious metals miners have been clamping down on costs amid a sharp decline in the price of bullion that has weighed on exploration spending, capital …

  • State Street Global Advisors (SSGA), the asset management business of State Street Corp appointed Bernhard Wenger as head of SPDR ETFs in Switzerland. Wenger, based in Zurich, will be responsible for business development and sales of SPDR ETFs in the country.

  • The FTSEurofirst 300 index of top European shares fell 2.5 percent to 1,250 points by 1252 GMT, its lowest intraday level since October 2014. The index is down more than 22 percent so far this year on concerns about banks' earnings and profitability in a negative rate environment. Shares in Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, …

  • The yen surged by half a percent against the dollar on Monday as worry over Europe's banks drove capital to the safety of the Japanese currency. A recovery in oil prices early in European trade quickly gave way to another bout of the selling that has dominated the first month of 2016 on major stock and commodity markets. …

  • The wild two-year downtrend in energy prices has been a nice ride for one phlegmatic Swedish hedge fund. While a 60 percent-plus fall in Brent crude has poleaxed markets and revived the spectre of global recession, Stockholm-based Lynx Asset Management is one of a group of computer-driven fund firms which have been …

  • A quarter of a century since Margaret Thatcher was deposed by her own party, Britain's 'Iron Lady' has stirred a row: Would the hero of Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party have voted to leave the European Union? Thatcher, who died in 2013, grappled with Britain's EU relationship, supporting membership …

  • Brixmor's top execs exit after accounting review Reuters - 2 hours 13 minutes ago

    Brixmor Property Group Inc said three of its top officers, including its chief executive, had resigned after an internal accounting review showed discrepancies in the company's financial statements. The ...

  • Raising taxes is "self defeating" when a country tries to bring down the ratio between its public debt and economic output, according to a research paper published by the European Central Bank on Monday and based on the euro zone's recent history. The ECB, along with the European Commission and the International Monetary …

  • MOVES-CS Healthcare appoints James Parker CEO Reuters - 2 hours 30 minutes ago

    Medical insurance provider CS Healthcare said it appointed James Parker its chief executive. Parker joins from Cigna Corp's unit Cigna Healthcare, where he was UK managing director for the past nine years....

  • PRESS DIGEST-Canada-Feb 8 Reuters - 2 hours 30 minutes ago

    ** When German regulators on Sunday essentially shut down Maple Bank GmbH, the German subsidiary of Maple Financial Group of Canada, following ongoing investigations into its trading activities, National Bank of Canada's quick response showed that the move was no surprise. ** Bernard Callebaut, the head of the company …

  • U.S. stock index futures were lower on Monday, with the Dow Jones industrial average slipping nearly 200 points, as fears of a global economic slowdown worsening rattle investors. * U.S. stocks are coming off Friday's massive tech-led selloff that pushed the Nasdaq to its lowest close since October 2014. Tech stocks …

  • Greek banks have seen only a trickle of deposit inflows six months after the country clinched a third bailout to stay in the euro zone, and will remain hooked on central bank borrowing for months as confidence has yet to be fully restored. Banks bled 41 billion euros of deposits since November 2014, an outflow that …

  • France called on the European Commission on Monday to do more to help its struggling livestock industry, seeking to defuse protests that have seen farmers block highways and supermarkets. Speaking after a meeting with supermarket retailers about the farming situation, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said the Commission …

  • The Indian government on Monday forecast annual economic growth to accelerate to 7.6 percent in the fiscal year ending in March 2016 after Asia's third-largest economy grew 7.3 percent in the quarter to end-December. The GDP growth in the December quarter was in line with the forecast of economists in a Reuters p …

  • Oman to borrow $5-10 billion from abroad -c.bank Reuters - 2 hours 55 minutes ago

    Oman plans to borrow between $5 billion and $10 billion from abroad to help finance a budget deficit caused by low oil prices, central bank executive president Hamood Sangour al-Zadjali told Al Arabiya television on Monday. Zadjali said the government might issue eurobonds by the middle of this year, but did not comment …

  • Canadian miner Tahoe Resources Inc said it would buy peer Lake Shore Gold Corp in a stock deal valued at C$945 million to add low-cost gold operations to its portfolio. Tahoe will pay 0.1467 of its stock ...

  • Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc, one of the world's top five offshore rig contractors, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as cost cutting pays off, and the company said it was suspending its dividend to add to cost savings. A near-70 percent fall in crude oil prices since mid-2014 has pushed Diamond Offshore's …

  • File photo of CBS Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer Moonves posing for a portrait in his office in Studio City

    CBS Corp CEO Leslie Moonves, who was given the additional title of executive chairman last week, is planning more original content and looking at taking some of his network's shows off the air and putting them exclusively on its subscription-based CBS All Access service, to compete with the growing popularity of Netflix …

  • Employees of U.S. companies seeking to avoid exposure to the Zika virus likely have few legal avenues to either refuse travel to affected areas or sue if they actually become sick from the virus. Since Zika was detected in Brazil last year, the mosquito-borne virus has spread to 33 countries, most of them in the Americas. …

  • Honda Motor Co's order that its U.S. dealers stop selling some 2.2 million of the automakers' most popular models is compounding financial and regulatory headaches for car dealers stuck with millions of vehicles that have potentially hazardous air bags or other safety defects. With the recalls affecting Honda vehicles …

  • The global economy is being hit by a slowdown in growth, large swings in exchange rates and tumbling commodity prices. The case for a single interconnected adjustment was made by Jaime Caruana, general manager of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) on Friday ("Credit, commodities and currencies" BIS, Feb …

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