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The benchmark 10-year yield was last up 1.3 basis points at 1.6359%, holding below a 14-month high of 1.776% reached on March 30. The rise in yields followed Tuesday's tumble in the wake of a strong 30-year bond auction. On Thursday, the market will weigh the latest weekly initial jobless claims, which are expected to fall to 700,000 for the week ended April 10 from 744,000 in the prior week. Meanwhile, yields were largely unmoved by comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and other central bank officials on Wednesday. The two-year Treasury yield, which typically moves in step with interest rate expectations, was last less than a basis point higher at 0.163%.
Persons: Karen Pierog CHICAGO, Michael Lorizio, Lorizio, Jerome Powell, Powell, Robert Kaplan, we've, John Williams, Karen Pierog, Jan Harvey, Matthew Lewis Organizations: Treasury, Manulife Investment Management, U.S . Commerce, Federal, Economic, of Washington, Dallas Federal Reserve Bank, New York Fed, Fed Locations: Boston, U.S, New York, Chicago
Angry Indian traders counter Amazon summit with own event
  + stars: | 2021-04-14 | by ( Aditya Kalra | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Thousands of Indian small businesses will organise an event this week in protest at the business practices of foreign e-tailers like Amazon.com Inc, taking a dig at the U.S. group’s summit with their own event. FILE PHOTO: A man walks past an Amazon logo outside the company's collection point in Mumbai, India, March 19, 2021. The Smbhav event will include more than 70 speakers and aims to allow small businesses to learn how to grow their businesses in India - a key growth market for Amazon. The event “puts forth how Amazon and our partners leverage digitisation, technology & our ecosystem to drive infinite possibilities for a Digital India”, its website said. In a statement, trader groups including the All India Mobile Retailers Association said the Amazon event was positioning it as a friend and guide to small sellers, but argued small traders had been harmed by discriminatory practices of foreign e-commerce firms.
Persons: Francis Mascarenhas, Narendra Modi’s, Amazon Organizations: Inc, REUTERS, Amazon, U.S, Walmart, Reuters, All India Mobile Retailers Association Locations: DELHI, Mumbai, India
Costs for retail fund investors in EU remain high, says regulator
  + stars: | 2021-04-14 | by ( Huw Jones | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
LONDON (Reuters) - Retail investors in mutual funds pay costs that are 40% higher than big institutional investors pay, making it harder for the European Union to attract broader support for its capital market, the bloc’s securities regulator said on Wednesday. Retail investors have about 4.5 trillion euros ($5.38 trillion) saved in UCITS, funds that are regulated by the EU. (Graphic: ESMA UCITS Graphic 2, )Investment in funds that tout their “green” or environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials has increased in recent years. Net assets in EU 27-based ESG funds amounted to 564 billion euros at the end of 2019 across nearly 1,600 funds. (Graphic: ESMA UCITS Graphic 1, )($1 = 0.8358 euros)
Persons: Yves Herman, ” ESMA, ESMA Organizations: European Union, European Commission, REUTERS, European Securities and Markets Authority, , EU Locations: Brussels, Belgium, UCITS
High-end labels such as Hermes, which used to be more reticent to sell online, have had to fully embrace e-commerce. Online revenues for the industry have doubled to nearly 20% of sales in the past year alone, based on analyst estimates. Luxury brands have had a strong recovery in China since shops began to reopen there last spring. The sales assistants then phone customers, show them the latest arrivals via video chat and send them clothes or shoes to try on. Over the past year, cashmere sweater label Brunello Cucinelli has been organising video calls with 30-40 customers at once to keep them engaged.
Persons: Gismondi, Nicolas Ghesquiere, Louis, Benoit Tessier, ” Moncler’s, Remo Ruffini, ” Massimo Gismondi, ” Gismondi, Louis Vuitton, , , Bain, Francois, Henri Pinault, Gucci, Kering, Patrizio Bertelli, Prada, Luca Lisandroni Organizations: MILAN, Louis Vuitton, REUTERS, Retailers, Reuters, , , Michelin, Boston Consulting, Revenues Locations: Italy, Genoa, Swiss, Paris, France, Europe, China, Britain, Germany, Berlin, United States, Milan
London (CNN Business) W. Galen Weston, the patriarch of a retail and food empire that spans the Atlantic, has died at 80. Prince Charles, the heir to the throne, was a polo partner and friend, the New York Times reported in 2007. Police sources told the New York Times after the plot was foiled that the Provisional Irish Republican Army was behind the attempt. Weston retired as chairman of George Weston Limited in 2016 to devote more time to his philanthropic endeavors. In our business and in his life he built a legacy of extraordinary accomplishment and joy," his son, Galen G. Weston, chairman and CEO of George Weston Limited, said in a statement.
Persons: Galen Weston, Weston's, Weston, George Weston, Alannah Weston, Prince Charles, Hilary Weston, Galen G Organizations: London, CNN, Bloomberg, George Weston Limited, Loblaw, Selfridges, New York Times, Provisional Irish Republican Army, George Locations: Canada, British, Ireland
Fervor Over Coinbase I.P.O. Spreads: Live Business Updates
  + stars: | 2021-04-14 | by ( Eshe Nelson | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +12 min
Spreads: Live Business Updates RIGHT NOW Toshiba’s top executive resigns amid company turmoil. Shares of Coinbase, a trading platform for digital currencies, begins publicly trading on Wednesday. Riot Blockchain shares rose nearly 5 percent. Shares in Bit Digital, a Chinese bitcoin mining company, rose nearly 25 percent in premarket trading in the United States. Its shares rose 4 percent after the company said revenue from its cloud business was growing and upgraded its forecast for full year earnings.
Persons: Richard Drew, , Goldman Sachs, Brian Armstrong, Michael Short, Bloomberg Coinbase, Andrew, Goldman, Coinbase, Armstrong, Satoshi Tsunakawa, Nobuaki Kurumatani, Toru Hanai, Nobuaki, , Kurumatani, Osamu Nagayama, Hisako Ueno, Matt Phillips, ” Amelia Garnett, ” Tesla, Cathie Wood, Daniel Schreiber, Schreiber, , Mr, Susan Zirinsky, Zirinsky, Baillie Gifford Organizations: ., Associated Press, United States ., JPMorgan Chase, Tesco, Credit Suisse, Archegos Capital Management, Bloomberg, Treasury, West Texas Intermediate, Nasdaq, U.S, CNBC, ICE, Toshiba, Reuters Toshiba, Westinghouse, Capital Partners, Effissimo Capital Management, CVC Capital Partners, Associated, The New York Times, “ Retail, Goldman, Global, Wall, Ark Investment Management, Palantir Technologies, CBS, Epic, Sony, PlayStation, Appaloosa Management, Fidelity Management Locations: United States, Europe, German, easyJet, American, U.S, San Francisco, Singapore, Japan
A white-hot SPAC market and regulatory scrutiny might make some potential investors think twice. The white-hot SPAC market got even hotter earlier this week on news that Softbank-backed Grab is merging with Altimeter Growth Corp. in a record-setting $39.6 billion deal. "There are going to be some great companies that go public through the SPAC market. It might be a great company, it might be the next Tesla, but it just wasn't at that point in time worth $60 a share." So what should SPAC investors do?
Persons: Mike Murphy, SPACs, Murphy, It's, it's, Churchill Capital IV, IV, Churchill IV Organizations: SPAC Research, Rosecliff Ventures, Murphy's Rosecliff Venture Management, SEC, Apple, Churchill Capital, Lucid Motors, Churchill, Retail, that's Locations: SPACs
Synchrony loses yet another top retail card partner in Gap
  + stars: | 2021-04-14 | by ( Daniel Keyes | ) www.businessinsider.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Synchrony loses Gap's card business to Barclays. Gap accounts for approximately 5% of Synchrony's loans receivable, making new partnerships even more important to the issuer's future. The apparel retailer will discontinue its partnership of more than 20 years with Synchrony when their contract ends in April 2022, costing Synchrony one of its five biggest retail card partners, per The Wall Street Journal. Synchrony loses Gap's card business to Barclays. Walmart reportedly accounted for 19% of Synchrony's store card portfolio when it announced its plans with Capital One in 2018.
Persons: Synchrony, PayPal's, Venmo, Barnes & Noble, JPMorgan Chase, Instacart Organizations: Barclays, Intelligence, Payments & Commerce, Synchrony, Street, Insider, Walmart, Capital One, Capital, Walgreens, Verizon, Barnes &, JPMorgan, Commerce Locations: Synchrony
It's looking for brands that are at a "scaling moment," Tehmina Haider of Harry's Labs said. A major use of that cash, it says, will be to buy up-and-coming consumer brands through the company's Harry's Labs division. Harry's Labs is looking for brands that already have a product, distribution, and a strong consumer base, she added. Brands don't have to follow that exact strategy to be acquired by Harry's Labs, Haider said. Harry's focus is "creating things people like more" than incumbent products, but she added: "Price and value are not the only way to do that."
Persons: Tehmina Haider, Harry's, Schick, What's, Haider, Bebeto Matthews, Gamble's Gillette, Brands, Edgewell, Jeff Raider, Andy Katz, Mayfield, Rod Little, Billie, Haider didn't Organizations: Harry's Labs, Labs, Harry's, Procter, Unilever, Health, Raider, Federal Trade Commission, Gamble's Locations: Harry's
Dozens of companies are suddenly paying more attention to individual investors. Small investors who buy single stocks have not been a major force in financial markets for the better part of half a century. They were growing in influence before the pandemic, partly because of the popularity of free trading apps such as Robinhood. But with millions of Americans stuck at home during the pandemic, the trading trend escalated, Matt Phillips reports for The New York Times. Ark Investment Management — the high-flying, tech-focused exchange-traded fund company run by the investor Cathie Wood — and Palantir Technologies, are also trying to reach small investors directly.
Persons: Matt Phillips, ” Amelia Garnett, ” Tesla, Cathie Wood Organizations: The New York Times, “ Retail, Goldman, Global, Wall, Ark Investment Management, Palantir Technologies
In it, he reveals how Amazon's structure allows for the quick formation of small, agile teams. Small teams can move quickly. Further information resources are easily available because of Amazon's previous decision to manage information flows via API; emerging teams can access information without needing permission. Small teams are only possible because Amazon has, since its earliest days, required that all teams share information electronically not only with other Amazon teams, but with outsiders as well. Excerpt from Behemoth – Amazon Rising: Power and Seduction in the Age of Amazon reprinted with permission by Dr. Robin Gaster.
Persons: Robin Gaster, Regis Lefebure, Neil Ackerman, Ackerman's, it's, Benedict Evans, — Benedict Evans, Behemoth Organizations: George Washington University Institute for Public Policy, Amazon, Amazon Retail, Management, George Washington University Institute for Public Locations: Amazon, Seattle, Italy
Walmart said it will make two-thirds of its hourly jobs in the full time by early 2022. Workers are demanding full-time jobs, which have better health and dental benefits, a Walmart vice president told the AP. With this move, announced Wednesday, the nation's largest private employer says it will have 740,000 of its 1.2 million U.S. Walmart hourly store workers work full time by Jan. 31. That would mean it will have roughly 110,00 more full-time workers than it did five years ago. With team scheduling, Walmart workers will have consistent 39 to 40-hour schedules, the retailer said.
Persons: Jan, Drew Holler, Walmart's, Holler, it's, Mark Mathews Organizations: Walmart, Workers, AP, Sam's, Associated Press, Target, Costco, U.S, National Retail Federation Locations: Bentonville , Arkansas
In 2019, Adrian launched Victoria Dockside, a US$2.6 billion cultural district that includes his company's cultural-retail flagship K11 MUSEA. In cities like Hong Kong, retail was a readily accessible platform to channel this change. This is the advantage of running vast spaces like K11 MUSEA because it offers flexibility and a lot of possible curations. For example, K11 MUSEA sits on the site formerly known as Holt's Wharf, an important godown that dates back to 1910. In this way, K11 MUSEA is also paying tribute to its unique history and its position as the confluence of cultures.
Persons: Adrian Cheng, Cheng, Edwards, Cheng Yu, Henry Cheng, Adrian, Victoria Dockside Organizations: K11, Victoria, Hong, Sustainability, New Locations: Hong Kong, Hong, Asia, China, Greater China, Victoria
"We expect the March retail sales report to be outstanding with headline and core retail sales both surging more than 11%" month over month, wrote Bank of America economists. A multi-month burst of consumer spending is expected to kickstart an economy that is expected to boom this year. Economists expect March retail sales rose a consensus 6.1%, or 5.3% excluding autos, according to Dow Jones. This is the retail reopening and that's going to be reflected in the number." Zandi said he expects retail sales rose 10.3% over February, and should be up 28% from year ago levels.
Persons: David Paul Morris, Dow Jones, Mark Zandi, Zandi Organizations: Costco, Bloomberg, Getty, Bank of America, Moody's Locations: San Francisco , California, Texas
In Alabama, Black Amazon Workers Vote Their Economic Interest
  + stars: | 2021-04-13 | by ( Jason L. Riley | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
When blacks vote to help elect Joe Biden, they are celebrated. “Amazon has left no stone unturned in its efforts to gaslight its own employees,” he told reporters after the vote. Nationwide, black unionization rates are slightly higher than those of whites. Among private-sector workers, however, black unionization has steadily declined over the decades, just as it has among other groups. And contrary to the suggestion of labor officials like Mr. Applebaum, it’s not because black workers are confused or have been hoodwinked.
Persons: Joe Biden, Rashida Tlaib, Big, Stuart Appelbaum, , Applebaum, it’s Organizations: Democratic, ” Democratic, Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Union, gaslight, Walmart, Blacks, Nationwide Locations: Alabama
CATHERINE LAI | AFP | Getty ImagesLONDON — The future of physical stores has been called into question by the coronavirus pandemic, but experts believe the key to survival will be reinvention. Both trends show how important it is for retailers to get their physical presence right. Kristina Rogers, consumer global leader at Ernest Young, told CNBC in March that there is a "real redefinition" in how retailers use their physical spaces. "Undoubtedly there will be less physical stores as we move forward," Matt Clark, managing director at consulting firm AlixPartners told CNBC's Street Signs Europe in March. One way for retailers to stand out is by focusing more on pop-up stores.
Persons: CATHERINE LAI, Kristina Rogers, Ernest Young, It's, GLYN KIRK, Matt Clark, AlixPartners, CNBC's, Stella McCartney, Ralph Lauren, Alex Cohen, Cohen Organizations: AFP, Getty, CNBC, Apple, Compass, Bond, Guess, Activewear, Sustainability Locations: Singapore, London, U.S, Bond, British, Germany
Costco has stopped stocking MyPillow's products, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell told Insider. Costco is the latest retailer to cut ties with MyPillow, according to the pillow company's CEO, Mike Lindell. The big-box store stopped stocking MyPillow's products without telling the pillow company about the decision, Lindell told Insider in a phone interview Monday. Costco is the second-largest retailer, behind Kroger, to stop selling MyPillow products. Costco sold out its MyPillow inventory and then stopped ordering new shipments, Lindell told Insider.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Lindell, Costco's, Donald Trump, Read, Trump Organizations: Costco, MyPillow, Kroger, Sam's, Kohl's, Amazon, Walmart Locations: MyPillow
Bare spots on shelves and unkempt displays at Walmart prompted a research firm to downgrade its stock earlier this year. Neil Saunders, managing director of GlobalData Retail, said it's time for retailers to clean up their act — or risk losing customers. Source: R5 CapitalIn interviews during the pandemic, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon has expressed his own frustrations with out-of-stock inventory. On recent trips to Macy's stores, visitors have shared photos of naked mannequins, bare shelves and merchandise askew. CFO Adrian Mitchell recently told analysts that its digital sales per capita are two-to-three times higher in markets with Macy's stores.
Persons: Trevor Collens, Macy's, they've stashed, Neil Saunders, they're, Kelly Haws, Haws, Scott Mushkin, Mushkin, Doug McMillon, Steve Dennis, askew, Saunders, Steve Sadove, Jeff Gritchen, Brian Cornell, Levi Strauss, Adrian Mitchell, Mitchell, TJ Maxx, Ben Nelms Organizations: AFP, Getty, Employees, Walmart, Consumers, GlobalData, Vanderbilt University, R5, Revenue, Twitter, CNBC, Shoppers, Saks, Mastercard, Nordstrom, Target, MediaNews, Bloomberg Locations: Herald Square , New York, Arizona, Orange , California, Ross, Burlington, Nordstrom
UK retailers report higher spending in March - BRC
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Henry NichollsLONDON (Reuters) - British high street retailers reported higher spending in March compared with both a year earlier and before the start of the coronavirus pandemic, ahead of a reopening of non-essential stores in April. The British Retail Consortium said total sales were 8.3% higher than in March 2019 and 13.9% higher than in March 2020, when the start of the COVID-19 lockdown stymied spending on non-essentials. The BRC said comparisons with March 2019 gave a better sense of trends in the sector than year-on-year sales growth. BRC chief executive Helen Dickinson said the higher spending this year largely reflected increased purchases of groceries as Britons continued to spend more time at home, with other categories such as clothing and beauty products in decline. Payment processor Barclaycard - which declined to provide its usual annual spending change data - said debit and card spending in March was 7.2% lower than in March 2019.
Persons: Henry Nicholls LONDON, , Paul Martin, Helen Dickinson Organizations: Oxford, REUTERS, British Retail Consortium, , KPMG Locations: London, Britain, England
MUMBAI, April 12 (Reuters) - Retailers, restaurants and theatres in India’s richest state are reeling under the impact of harsh restrictions imposed last week by authorities scrambling to curb a resurgence in COVID-19 cases. The western state of Maharashtra, home to India’s financial capital Mumbai, has been the worst hit in the pandemic, accounting for about a quarter of the country’s 13.5 million case load. After closing for more than eight months, theatres in Maharashtra reopened in November despite sporadic Bollywood releases and capacity restrictions. “It’s the final nail in the coffin,” said Sharad Doshi, vice-president of the Cinema Owners and Exhibitors Association of India. The state has also suffered the most deaths in India’s COVID-19 outbreak, and as cases continue to surge, sources said authorities were considering shutting down some industries and restricting public transport.
Persons: , , Sharad Doshi, ” Doshi, ” Kumar Rajagopalan, ” Rajagopalan, Riyaaz Amlani, Amlani Organizations: Cinema Owners, Association of India, Reuters, All India Traders, Retailers Association of India Locations: MUMBAI, Maharashtra, Mumbai, India, inching, Brazil, United States, India’s COVID
Instant View: India's retail inflation rises to 5.52% in March
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
(Reuters) - India’s retail inflation rose to 5.52% in March from a year earlier, government data released on Monday showed. COMMENTARYRUPA REGE NITSURE, GROUP CHIEF ECONOMIST, L&T FINANCIAL HOLDINGS, MUMBAI“Industrial production has contracted at a much faster-than-expected pace of 3.6%, led by a steep contraction in mining and manufacturing sectors. “Despite weak demand trends, CPI inflation is firming up on higher food and fuel inflation and elevated transportation costs. Further uptick in CPI inflation in the coming months cannot be ruled out either, given continued supply disruption both in the Indian context as well as globally. While food inflation remains high, non-food side inflation is a concern.
Persons: RUPA REGE, ” PRITHVIRAJ SRINIVAS, TANVEE GUPTA JAIN, ” SIDDHARTHA SANYAL, ANAGHA DEODHAR, SUJAN HAJRA, ANAND, ” GARIMA KAPOOR Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, INDIA, UBS, BANDHAN, Monetary, ICICI Locations: Kolkata, India, MUMBAI, BANDHAN BANK, KOLKATA
Stocks off record highs ahead of earnings, U.S. data
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( Ritvik Carvalho | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
REUTERS/Toby Melville/File PhotoMSCI’s All Country World Index, which tracks stocks across 49 countries, was down 0.25% after the start of European trading, off Friday’s record high. Stocks hit record highs across the world last week on optimism that vaccination programmes and the easing of lockdowns to combat COVID-19 would bode well for an economic rebound. Morgan Stanley noted that despite the S&P 500 making new all-time highs, small cap stocks represented by the Russell 2000 small cap index have underperformed the S&P 500 by 8% since peaking on March 12. European shares eased off record highs as investors held off from making big bets before earnings season. Analysts expect profits for S&P 500 firms to show a 25% jump from a year earlier, according to Refinitiv IBES data.
Persons: Toby Melville, Stocks, bode, Morgan Stanley, Russell, , Michael Wilson, , Germany’s DAX, Mark Haefele, Andrew Pease, Jerome Powell, Goldman Sachs, Brent Organizations: London Stock Exchange Group, City of, REUTERS, Nasdaq, CAC, UBS Global Wealth Management, Nikkei, Holding, U.S, Russell Investments, Retail, U.S . Treasury, JPMorgan, Wells Locations: City, City of London, Britain, EU, Asia, Brazil, China, U.S
European shares eased off record highs as investors held off from making big bets before earnings season. Britain’s domestically focused FTSE mid 250 index slipped 0.6%, but held below a record high as shops, pubs, gyms and hairdressers re-opened after three months of lockdown. The UK’s more export-oriented FTSE 100 fell 0.9%, Germany’s DAX slipped 0.1% and France’s CAC 40 fell 0.2%. Growth and tech stocks saw something of a revival last week as U.S. 10-year Treasury yields retreated to 1.65% , from a 14-month top of 1.776%. Analysts expect profits for S&P 500 firms to show a 25% jump from a year earlier, according to Refinitiv IBES data.
Persons: Germany’s DAX, Jerome Powell, , Mark Haefele, Goldman Sachs, Brent Organizations: CAC, MIB, BCA Research, Nikkei, U.S, Retail, Treasury, ISM Services, UBS Global Wealth Management, JPMorgan, Wells Locations: Asia, India, Brazil, China, U.S
Stocks sink as investors await earnings, U.S. data
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( Ritvik Carvalho | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
REUTERS/Toby MelvilleMSCI’s All Country World Index, which tracks stocks across 49 countries, was down 0.25% after the start of European trading, off Friday’s record high. European shares eased off record highs as investors held off from making big bets before earnings season. Britain’s domestically focused FTSE mid 250 index slipped 0.6%, but held below a record high as shops, pubs, gyms and hairdressers re-opened after three months of lockdown. The UK’s more export-oriented FTSE 100 fell 0.9%, Germany’s DAX slipped 0.1% and France’s CAC 40 fell 0.2%. Growth and tech stocks saw something of a revival last week as U.S. 10-year Treasury yields retreated to 1.65%, from a 14-month top of 1.776%.
Persons: Toby Melville MSCI’s, Germany’s DAX, Jerome Powell, , Mark Haefele, Goldman Sachs, Brent Organizations: London Stock Exchange Group, City of, REUTERS, CAC, MIB, BCA Research, Nikkei, U.S, Retail, Treasury, ISM Services, UBS Global Wealth Management, JPMorgan, Wells Locations: City, City of London, Britain, Asia, India, Brazil, China, U.S
Stocks slip off record highs ahead of earnings, U.S. data
  + stars: | 2021-04-12 | by ( Ritvik Carvalho | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
Stocks hit record highs across the world last week on optimism that vaccination programmes and the easing of lockdowns to combat COVID-19 would bode well for an economic rebound. Morgan Stanley noted that despite the S&P 500 making all-time highs, small-cap stocks represented by the Russell 2000 small-cap index have underperformed the S&P 500 by 8% since peaking on March 12. S&P 500 futures edged 0.1% lower. European shares eased off record highs as investors held off from making big bets before earnings season. Analysts expect profits for S&P 500 firms to show a 25% jump from a year earlier, according to Refinitiv IBES data.
Persons: Toby Melville, Stocks, bode, Morgan Stanley, Russell, , Michael Wilson, , Germany’s DAX, Mark Haefele, Andrew Pease, Jerome Powell, Goldman Sachs, Brent Organizations: London Stock Exchange Group, City of, REUTERS, Nasdaq, CAC, UBS Global Wealth Management, Nikkei, Holding, U.S, Russell Investments, Retail, U.S . Treasury, JPMorgan, Wells Locations: City, City of London, Britain, EU, Asia, Brazil, China, U.S
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