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Turkish lira hits record low after Erdogan seeks expulsions
  + stars: | 2021-10-24 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
A money changer holds Turkish lira banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey October 12, 2021. REUTERS/Cagla GurdoganISTANBUL, Oct 24 (Reuters) - The Turkish lira weakened 1.6% to a record low against the dollar in early Asian trade after President Tayyip Erdogan said he had ordered the expulsion of the ambassadors of the United States and nine other Western countries. read moreThe lira hit an all-time low of 9.75 by 1840 GMT on Sunday, weakening from Friday's close of 9.5950. The lira will inevitably come under extreme selling pressure," said veteran emerging market watcher Tim Ash at BlueBay. read moreTurkey's state banks were expected to cut borrowing costs on loans by around 200 basis points on Monday, according to three people with knowledge of the plan, following last week's central bank rate cut.
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan, Tim Ash, Central Bank Governor Sahap, Kavcioglu, Erdogan, Osman, Nevzat Devranoglu, Daren Butler, Alison Williams, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, Central Bank Governor, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Cagla, ISTANBUL, United States, Turkish, BlueBay, Erdogan's
(Adds comment, background)ISTANBUL, Oct 24 (Reuters) - The Turkish lira weakened 1.6% to a record low against the dollar in early Asian trade after President Tayyip Erdogan said he had ordered the expulsion of the ambassadors of the United States and nine other Western countries. The lira hit an all-time low of 9.75 by 1840 GMT on Sunday, weakening from Friday’s close of 9.5950. The lira will inevitably come under extreme selling pressure,” said veteran emerging market watcher Tim Ash at BlueBay. By Sunday evening, there was no sign that the foreign ministry had yet carried out the president’s instruction, which would open the deepest rift with the West in Erdogan’s 19 years in power. Turkey’s state banks were expected to cut borrowing costs on loans by around 200 basis points on Monday, according to three people with knowledge of the plan, following last week’s central bank rate cut.
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan, , , Tim Ash, Central Bank Governor Sahap, Kavcioglu, ” Erdogan, Osman, Nevzat Devranoglu, Daren Butler, Alison Williams, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Central Bank Governor Locations: ISTANBUL, United States, Turkish, BlueBay, Erdogan’s
TRIPOLI, Oct 24 (Reuters) - Registration for candidates in Libya's presidential and parliamentary elections should open in November, the head of the electoral commission said on Sunday. The first round of the presidential election is due to be held on Dec. 24. A second round, along with a parliamentary election, will then be held at a later date, said the commission head, Emad al-Sayah. Haftar heads the eastern-based Libyan National Army (LNA) and waged war on western factions after the country split in 2014. Aides to parliament head Aguila Saleh said he had also stepped down from his position in order to run in the election.
Persons: Emad, Khalifa Haftar, Haftar, Aguila Saleh, Saif al, Gaddafi, Muammar Gaddafi, Ahmed Elumami, Daniel Moshashai, Michael Georgy, Hugh Lawson, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Eastern, Libyan National Army, Thomson Locations: TRIPOLI, Libya, Tripoli
National flags of Russia and the U.S. fly at Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow, Russia April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Maxim ShemetovMOSCOW, Oct 24 (Reuters) - Russia on Sunday condemned a decision by the United States to add Russians seeking U.S. visas to a list of "homeless nationals" who can apply for visas in third countries. The U.S. State Department lists as "homeless" applicants from countries in which the United States has no consular representation, or where consular staff cannot issue visas due to the political or security situation. Russia became the 10th nation on the list, after Cuba, Eritrea, Iran, Libya, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen. At the talks, Moscow said it was willing to lift all the restrictions imposed in recent years, and Washington said it wanted parity on diplomatic staff numbers and visa reciprocity.
Persons: Maxim Shemetov, Maria Zakharova, Maria Tsvetkova, Matthias Williams, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Vnukovo, REUTERS, Sunday, American Embassy, The U.S . State Department, Thomson Locations: Russia, U.S, Moscow, Maxim Shemetov MOSCOW, United States, Warsaw, The, Cuba, Eritrea, Iran, Libya, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen, Washington
Russia puts man who leaked prison torture videos on wanted list
  + stars: | 2021-10-23 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
MOSCOW, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Russia's interior ministry has declared Sergei Savelyev, who leaked purported prison torture videos to a human rights group, as wanted, the database on its website showed on Saturday. Five senior prison officials have been fired and a slew of criminal investigations have been opened since Gulagu.net began publishing the videos this month. In a video comment posted by Gulagu.net on Saturday, Savelyev said he was not surprised, and that he was now in France. Gulagu.net has said that the documents, photos and videos that Savelyev passed on prove that hundreds of people across the Russian prison system have been tortured or raped by other inmates directed by prison officials. Gulagu.net said Savelyev was seeking political asylum in France, and that it would send the materials he had provided on to Interpol.
Persons: Sergei Savelyev, Gulagu.net, Savelyev, Polina Devitt, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Reuters, Interpol, Thomson Locations: MOSCOW, Saratov, Moscow, France, Russia
They were summoned by the foreign ministry, which called the statement irresponsible. The Norwegian Foreign Ministry said its embassy in Ankara had not received information from Turkish authorities regarding the matter at this time. Erdogan was cited on Thursday as saying the ambassadors in question would not release "bandits, murderers and terrorists" in their own countries. The Council of Europe, which oversees the implementation of ECHR decisions, has said it will begin infringement proceedings against Turkey if Kavala is not released. The next hearing in the case against Kavala and others is due on Nov. 26.
Persons: Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Tayyip Erdogan, Osman, Erdogan, Trude Maaseide, Maaseide, Demirtas, Nora Buli, Daren Butler, Peter Graff, Kevin Liffey, Frances Kerry Organizations: REUTERS, White House, . State Department, Norwegian Foreign Ministry, Reuters, European Human Rights, Kavala, of Human, Kurdish Peoples ' Democratic Party, of Europe, Turkey, Thomson Locations: Kavala, Turkey ISTANBUL, Osman Kavala, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, New Zealand, United States, Turkey, Eskisehir, The U.S, Norwegian, Ankara, Oslo
Nigerian gunmen attack jail, 575 detainees missing
  + stars: | 2021-10-23 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
ABUJA, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Gunmen attacked a jail in Nigeria's Oyo State late on Friday and freed over 800 inmates by force, the third such major attack this year, prison service said in a statement on Saturday. The prison service said the attackers were heavily armed and after an exchange of gunfire with prison officers, gained entry to the prison yard by blasting the walls with dynamite. Some 575 inmates, who were all awaiting trial, were missing while 262 escapees had since been recaptured, it said, adding that the jail housed only 64 convicts, who did not escape. "While all the awaiting trial detainees were forced out of custody, the cells housing the convicts and the female inmates were not vandalised," the prison service said. The jail attack in Oyo follows similar attacks in Imo state in April where more than 1,800 inmates were freed, while another 266 prisoners were forcibly released in Kogi state last month.
Persons: Camillus Eboh, Tife Owolabi, MacDonald Dzirutwe, Kevin Liffey, Ros Russell Organizations: Thomson Locations: ABUJA, Oyo State, Nigeria, Oyo, Imo, Yenago
Factbox: Climate targets – making sense of the promises
  + stars: | 2021-10-18 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +5 min
Here are some of the yardsticks being used:WHAT DOES THE PARIS AGREEMENT SAY? PEAK EMISSIONS, NET ZEROThe Paris Agreement sets out an aim for the world's greenhouse gas emissions to peak and start to reduce "as soon as possible". This is often called "net zero" emissions or "climate neutrality". PROMISES, PROMISESBoth the European Union and Britain, the conference host, have promised in law to achieve net zero by 2050. INTERMEDIATE TARGETSWhile working towards net zero, countries are also encouraged to set out intermediate targets for cutting their greenhouse gas emissions.
Persons: Carlos Jasso, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, Kevin Liffey, Frances Kerry Organizations: REUTERS, Carlos Jasso LONDON, European Union, United, Chevron Corp, Royal, Shell, BP, World Resources Institute, Thomson Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, Glasgow, PARIS, Paris, China, India, Brazil, Britain, United States
Italy reports 24 new coronavirus deaths, 2,437 new cases
  + stars: | 2021-10-17 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
A health worker administers a COVID-19 vaccine to a patient in Rome, Italy, September 21, 2021. REUTERS/Yara Nardi/File PhotoROME, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Italy reported 24 coronavirus-related deaths on Sunday, up from 14the previous day, the health ministry said, while the daily tally of new infections fell to 2,437 from 2,983. Italy has registered 131,541 deaths linked to COVID-19 since the outbreak in February last year. The number of patients in intensive care with COVID-19 fell to 349 from 352. Some 381,051 tests for COVID-19 were carried out in the space of 24 hours, compared with a previous 472,535, the health ministry said.
Persons: Yara, Giulia Segreti, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Rome, Italy, Europe, Britain, COVID
Teamviewer says CFO to quit next year
  + stars: | 2021-10-17 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
Oliver Steil, Chief Executive Officer of software company TeamViewer AG and Stefan Gaiser, Chief Financial Officer of TeamViewer attend TeamViewer's initial public offering (IPO) at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, September 25, 2019. REUTERS/Ralph OrlowskiFRANKFURT, Oct 17 (Reuters) - TeamViewer (TMV.DE), a German software development firm that cut its full-year earnings guidance this month, said finance chief Stefan Gaiser's contract would not be renewed when it expires next year. Chief Executive Oliver Steil's contract will, however, be extended for three years to October 2024. TeamViewer saw a huge increase in demand for its remote connectivity software last year as customers were forced to ask their staff to work from home. read moreReporting by Ludwig Burger; Editing by Kevin LiffeyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Oliver Steil, Stefan Gaiser, Ralph Orlowski FRANKFURT, Stefan Gaiser's, Oliver Steil's, TeamViewer, Ludwig Burger, Kevin Liffey Organizations: TeamViewer AG, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Frankfurt, Germany
French ambassador ordered out of Belarus - AFP
  + stars: | 2021-10-17 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
PARIS, Oct 17 (Reuters) - France's ambassador has been ordered out of Belarus and has already left the country, the French news agency AFP reported on Sunday, citing the French embassy in Minsk. It did not say why the ambassador, Nicolas de Bouillane de Lacoste, had been expelled. Belarusian media reported that Minsk had recalled its ambassador to Paris, Igor Fesenko. Belarus's and France's foreign ministries and the French embassy were not immediately available for comment. Reporting by Sybille de La Hamaide in Paris and Vladimir Soldatkin in Moscow; Editing by Kevin LiffeyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Nicolas de Bouillane de Lacoste, Igor Fesenko, Lacoste, Govori, Andrey Dmitriev, Alexander Lukashenko, Sybille de La, Vladimir Soldatkin, Kevin Liffey Organizations: AFP, Wednesday, Thomson Locations: Belarus, Minsk, Belarusian, Paris, Moscow
Debris are seen in the port area after a blast in Beirut, Lebanon, August 10, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKayCAIRO, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Lebanese Justice Minister Henry Khoury said on Saturday that Beirut blast probe judge Tarek Bitar has full authority in the case and has the right to summon whoever he wants, Al Jadeed television reported. Reporting by Omar Fahmy; Writing by Moataz Abdelrahiem; Editing by Kevin LiffeyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Hannah McKay CAIRO, Henry Khoury, Tarek Bitar, Al Jadeed, Omar Fahmy, Moataz Abdelrahiem, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, Lebanese, Thomson Locations: Beirut, Lebanon
Army soldiers are seen behind a glass with gun holes, after gunfire erupted in Beirut, Lebanon October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed AzakirCAIRO, Oct 16 (Reuters) - A Lebanese soldier suspected of firing towards protesters in Beirut on Thursday is under investigation, the army said on Saturday. Seven people were killed in clashes that erupted near the site of a protest against the judge leading an inquiry into a catastrophic port explosion in Beirut last year. Reporting by Yasmin Hussein; Editing by Kevin LiffeyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Mohamed Azakir CAIRO, Yasmin Hussein, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Beirut, Lebanon
Centre-left favoured to take Rome in Italian municipal run-offs
  + stars: | 2021-10-16 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
The centre-right candidate for mayor of Rome Enrico Michetti casts his vote during Italian elections for mayors and councillors, in Rome, Italy, October 3, 2021. REUTERS/Remo CasilliROME, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Italians begin voting on Sunday in a two-day run-off for the local governments of 65 large cities and smaller towns, including the capital Rome. But there will be second rounds in the northern cities of Turin and Trieste, as well as Rome. Gualtieri came second in the first round with 27%, behind the right-wing candidate Enrico Michetti, a lawyer and radio host, on 30%. The results so far have been a setback for two allied right-wing parties, Matteo Salvini's League and Giorgia Meloni's Brothers of Italy, although they are likely to do well in many of the smaller towns still to be decided.
Persons: Rome Enrico Michetti, Remo Casilli ROME, Virginia Raggi, Roberto Gualtieri, Carlo Calenda, Gualtieri, Enrico Michetti, Giuseppe Conte, Raggi, Mario Draghi's, Matteo Salvini's, Giorgia Meloni's, Giulia Segreti, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, Democratic Party, Star Movement, Star, Matteo Salvini's League, Thomson Locations: Rome, Italy, Virginia, Milan, Bologna, Naples, Turin, Trieste
Judge Maria Servini de Cuba, sitting in Buenos Aires, issued the ruling against Rodolfo Martin Villa, 87, interior minister between 1976 and 1979. Martin Villa told the Spanish newspaper ABC: "I am calm. Judge Servini wrote that Martin Villa had played a key role in the repressive structures of the dictatorship, which continued in the years immediately after Franco's death in 1975. The judge ordered Martin Villa, who lives in Madrid, to be detained but said it was unlikely to happen. Reporting by Graham Keeley; Editing by Christina Fincher and Kevin LiffeyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Francisco Franco, Jesus Blasco, Franco, Judge Maria Servini de, Rodolfo Martin Villa, Villa, Pedro María Martínez, Romualdo Barroso Chaparro, Francisco Aznar Clemente, Germán Rodríguez Saíz, Martin Villa, Francisco Franco's, Judge Servini, Máximo Castex, Fernando Goldaracena, Graham Keeley, Christina Fincher, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda BARCELONA, Reuters, Spanish, ABC, Thomson Locations: Spanish, Spain, Melilla, Argentine, Judge Maria Servini de Cuba, Buenos Aires, Madrid
French President Emmanuel Macron speaks in front of a screen with a sentence reading "Better understanding, better living, better producing" during the presentation of the "France 2030" investment plan at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris, France, October 12, 2021. Macron said the road map, dubbed "France 2030", would ensure France decarbonises its industry and brings innovation and production in key areas, from cars and biomedicine to semi-conductors, closer to home by the end of the decade. Pointing to a shortage of face masks when the COVID-19 pandemic first erupted, Macron said the crisis had exposed real vulnerabilities and the crucial need for France to have innovation and industrial production at home. Macron said the plan will give a key role to small, agile start-ups in building France's industrial future alongside well-established corporate giants. CRITICISMOther 2030 objectives include investing in semi-conductors and beefing up innovation in the French health sector, including biomedicine.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Ludovic Marin, Macron, Marine Le Pen, Matthieu Orphelin, Jean, François, Leigh Thomas, Benoit Van Overstraten, Myriam, Gilles Guillaume, Elizabeth Pineau, Ingrid Melander, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Twitter, Greenpeace, GV, Clercq, Thomson Locations: France, Elysee, Paris, PARIS, Europe, Greenpeace France
The 15-year green bond, which will raise 12 billion euros ($13.9 billion), received more than 135 billion euros of demand, a lead manager told Reuters, making it the largest green bond launch and the highest level of demand for a green bond sale to date. Up to 250 billion euros of issuance could transform the EU into the world's biggest green bond issuer. Green bonds tend to price with a "greenium" - a slightly lower yield relative to conventional bonds given a dedicated investor base chasing a limited pool of assets. All the green bonds the EU will issue backing the recovery fund will comply with the International Capital Market Association's green bond principles, seen as the market standard. They differ from the green bond standards the EU itself has proposed based on its taxonomy of green activities, which are yet to be finalised.
Persons: Clodagh Kilcoyne, Bram Bos, Bos, Jens Peter Sorensen, Sorensen, Yoruk Bahceli, Rachel Armstrong, Emelia, Kevin Liffey, Alex Richardson Organizations: Central Bank of Ireland, REUTERS, European Union, Reuters, EU, BofA Securities, Investment Partners, Danske Bank, International, Thomson Locations: Dublin, Ireland, Copenhagen
Macron launches 30 bln euro "France 2030" investment plan
  + stars: | 2021-10-12 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
French President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech during a ceremony marking the 40th anniversary of the abolition of the death penalty in France, at the Pantheon in Paris, France, October 9, 2021. EPA-EFE/Ian Langsdon/Pool via REUTERSPARIS, Oct 12 (Reuters) - France wants to be a leader in green hydrogen by 2030 and build new, smaller nuclear reactors as part of a 30 billion euro ($35 billion) investment plan aimed at fostering industrial champions and innovation, President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday. Speaking six months before the presidential election, Macron said his long-term road map, dubbed "France 2030", would ensure the country massively decarbonises its industry and brings industrial production in key areas closer to home. Macron said the plan would give a key role to small, agile start-ups in building France's industrial future alongside well-established giants. France would aim to build the first low-carbon plane by 2030 and also to build large numbers of electric vehicles.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Ian Langsdon, Macron, Leigh Thomas, Benoit Van Overstraten, Ingrid Melander, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, GV, Thomson Locations: France, Paris, REUTERS PARIS, Europe
Hadi al-Amiri leader of the Badr Organisation attends an election rally, along with his Fatih bloc supporters, ahead of the parliamentary election in Baghdad, Iraq October 5, 2021. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad/File PhotoDUBAI, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Hadi al-Amiri, one of the most powerful pro-Iranian figures in Iraq, has rejected the results of Iraq's elections as "fabricated", according to the Baghdad-based pro-Iranian TV channel al-Aahd. "We will not accept these fabricated results, whatever the cost," the channel cited him as saying on Tuesday on its Telegram messaging account. Iran-backed parties with links to militia groups accused of killing some of the nearly 600 people who died in mass protests in 2019 took a blow in the election, winning less seats than in the previous vote, in 2018. read moreShi'ite Muslim cleric Moqtada al-Sadr's party was the biggest winner in the election held on Sunday, according to initial results. Reporting by Maher Chmaytelli; Editing by Kevin Liffey, Editing by William MacleanOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Hadi al, Fatih, Ahmed Saad, Amiri, Moqtada, Maher Chmaytelli, Kevin Liffey, William Maclean Organizations: Badr Organisation, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Baghdad, Iraq, DUBAI, Iranian, Iran
Strong quake rattles Crete, no immediate reports of damage
  + stars: | 2021-10-12 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: 1 min
Oct 12 (Reuters) - A powerful quake rattled the Greek island of Crete on Tuesday for a second time in less than a month but there were no immediate reports of damage. A magnitude 6.3 tremor was centred at sea, some 23 km (14 miles) east of the village of Zakros in eastern Crete, the Athens Geodynamic Institute said. The quake was at a depth of 2 km, according to the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre. A strong quake shook Crete last month, killing one person and causing serious damage to buildings. read moreA Greek seismologist said that Tuesday's quake came from a different fault.
Persons: Akriti Sharma, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Athens Geodynamic Institute, Mediterranean Seismological, Thomson Locations: Crete, Zakros, Athens, Bengaluru, Angeliki
Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki attends a news conference after a meeting of the Visegrad Group countries in Budapest, Hungary, October 12, 2021. REUTERS/Bernadett SzaboBUDAPEST, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Poland's government does not want Poland to leave the European Union, the prime minister said on Tuesday, accusing opposition politicians of spreading what he said were lies. "Our dear opposition are trying to insinuate that we want to weaken the union by leaving the EU," Mateusz Morawiecki said during a summit of the four central and east European "Visegrad" nations in the Hungarian capital Budapest. "This is obviously not just fake news, it is something worse - it is a lie that aims to weaken the Union." (This story has been refiled to correct typo in 'opposition' in headline)Reporting by Gergely Szakacs and Anita Komuves in Budapest and Alan Charlish and Pawel Florkiewicz in Warsaw; Editing by Kevin LiffeyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Mateusz Morawiecki, Bernadett Szabo BUDAPEST, Gergely Szakacs, Anita Komuves, Alan Charlish, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Poland's, Visegrad Group, REUTERS, European Union, EU, Thomson Locations: Visegrad, Budapest, Hungary, Poland, Warsaw
Princess Catharina-Amalia of the Netherlands takes part in King's Day in Amersfoort, Netherlands April 27, 2019. REUTERS/Piroschka van de WouwAMSTERDAM, Oct 12 (Reuters) - The Dutch crown princess can marry a person of whatever gender she chooses without forfeiting her right to the throne, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Tuesday. Crown Princess Catharina-Amalia, 17, is the heir apparent to King Willem-Alexander. It argued that old laws would appear to exclude the possibility of a same-sex couple on the throne. "The government believes that the heir can also marry a person of the same sex," Rutte wrote in his response to parliament.
Persons: Princess Catharina, Amalia of, Mark Rutte, Amalia, King Willem, Alexander, Rutte, King, Toby Sterling, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, AMSTERDAM, Thomson Locations: Netherlands, King's, Amersfoort , Netherlands, Dutch
The U.S. economy created the fewest jobs in nine months in September amid a drop in hiring at schools and worker shortages. read more Some attributed that at least partly to jobs lost after vaccine requirements were imposed to combat the surge of the Delta variant. "It's related to mandates for vaccinations for the people who may have lost their jobs because of that." Gains in oil (.SXEP) and bank stocks (.SX7P) in Europe were outweighed by a 1.4% decline in tech stocks (.SX8P) as rising bond yields dimmed the high-growth sector's appeal, a story seen on Wall Street too. Oil prices rose, gaining more than 4% on the week, as a global energy crunch lifted prices to their highest since 2014 as big global power users struggle to meet demand.
Persons: Toby Melville, financials, we're, Russell Price, Wells, Kathy Lien, Thomas Hayes, Hayes, Brent, Herbert Lash, Sujata Rao, John McCrank, Chizu Nomiyama, Kevin Liffey, Dan Grebler, Cynthia Osterman, Sonya Hepinstall Organizations: London Stock Exchange Group, City of, REUTERS, Fed, Global, Federal Reserve, Treasury, Ameriprise Financial, Inc, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Comcast Corp, BK Asset Management, Great, Great Hill Capital, Thomson Locations: City, City of London, Britain, U.S, Troy , Michigan, Europe, New York, Great Hill, Asia, China
Euro, Hong Kong dollar, U.S. dollar, Japanese yen, pound and Chinese 100 yuan banknotes are seen in this picture illustration, January 21, 2016. The Labor Department said in its employment report on Friday that nonfarm payrolls increased by 194,000 last month. September's employment report is the last one available before the Federal Reserve's Nov. 2-3 policy meeting. TD's Issa said the disappointing jobs number could lead to a dip in the dollar but any such weakness was likely to be fleeting. Reporting by Saqib Iqbal Ahmed; Additional reporting by John McCrank; Editing by Kevin Liffey and John StonestreetOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jason Lee, it’s, Mazen Issa, Kathy Lien, TD's Issa, Issa, Bitcoin, Saqib Iqbal Ahmed, John McCrank, Kevin Liffey, John Stonestreet Organizations: Hong, REUTERS, U.S, Federal, Labor Department, Reuters, Federal Reserve, TD Securities, BK Asset Management, NFP, Thomson Locations: Hong Kong, New York
Euro, Hong Kong dollar, U.S. dollar, Japanese yen, pound and Chinese 100 yuan banknotes are seen in this picture illustration, January 21, 2016. The Labor Department said in its employment report on Friday that nonfarm payrolls increased by 194,000 jobs last month. September's employment report is the last one available before the Federal Reserve's Nov. 2-3 policy meeting. TD's Issa said the disappointing jobs number could lead to a dip in the dollar but any such weakness was likely to be fleeting. Reporting by Saqib Iqbal Ahmed; Additional reporting by John McCrank; Editing by Kevin LiffeyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jason Lee, it’s, Mazen Issa, Karl Schamotta, TD's Issa, Issa, Bitcoin, Saqib Iqbal Ahmed, John McCrank, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Hong, REUTERS, U.S, Federal, Labor Department, Reuters, Federal Reserve, TD Securities, Cambridge Global Payments, NFP, Thomson Locations: Hong Kong, New York, Toronto
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