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Indian cricket bowls toward financial big leagues
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Cricket - England v India - Fifth Test - Kia Oval, London, Britain - September 8, 2018 India's Ajinkya Rahane celebrates taking a catch to dismiss England's Jos Buttler Action Images via Reuters/Paul ChildsMUMBAI, June 25 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Indian cricket is batting to cross the boundary. RedBird Capital Partners is taking a 15% stake, adding to a collection of investments that includes baseball’s Red Sox and soccer’s Liverpool Football Club. Follow @ugalani on TwitterCONTEXT NEWS- India’s Rajasthan Royals said on June 24 that American investor RedBird Capital Partners would buy a 15% stake in the Indian Premier League cricket team. The deals value the franchise at between $250 million and $300 million, according to a person familiar the situation. - RedBird will provide strategic capital and advice to support the team’s long-term growth and commercial objectives, the Royals said in a statement.
Persons: Ajinkya Rahane, England's Jos, Paul Childs, Mukesh Ambani’s, Walt Disney, Jeffrey Goldfarb, Katrina Hamlin Organizations: Kia, Reuters, Rajasthan Royals, Indian, League, Royals, RedBird, Partners, Sox, soccer’s Liverpool Football Club, Mumbai Indians, Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries, SS Lazio, FC Porto, Major League Baseball, Miami Marlins, Forbes, IPL, Star Sports, Walt, United, India’s Rajasthan Royals, RedBird Capital Partners, Indian Premier League cricket, Emerging Media, Financial Locations: England, India, London, Britain, Paul Childs MUMBAI, United Arab Emirates
If Trump were indicted and fled, he would go where there's no extradition treaty, legal experts say. The US would be in "uncharted territories" if it sought extradition of Trump, experts say. But the US and Russia have no extradition treaty or formal process through which a wanted person is arrested. Russian officials could agree to entertain Trump's application, which would trigger an international standoff between two countries with an already fraught relationship. If US authorities arrested Trump and won a criminal conviction against him, the former president's political career wouldn't necessarily stop there.
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RPT-Cricket-RedBird acquires 15% stake in IPL's Royals
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Sudipto Ganguly | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
The Royals won the inaugural edition of the popular tournament, which is played in the sport’s shortest Twenty20 format, in 2008 and are majority owned by London-based venture capitalist Manoj Badale’s investment firm Emerging Media. A source close to the deal placed an enterprise value of the franchise at between $250 million to $300 million. Badale said the Redbird deal was an illustration of how popular the IPL had become. Emerging Media also said in the statement it had separately increased its stake in the franchise to 65% from 51%. The Redbird deal is the latest example of private-equity firms actively looking at sports teams as avenues for investment.
Persons: Manoj, Goldman Sachs, Gerry Cardinale, ” Cardinale, Badale, , Duff, Phelps, RedBird Organizations: RedBird Capital Partners, Boston Red Sox, Indian Premier League cricket, Rajasthan Royals, Royals, Emerging Media, Emerging, IPL, India, STAR Sports, United, Fenway Sports Group, Liverpool, baseball’s, baseball’s Red Sox, XFL, Toulouse Locations: MUMBAI, Liverpool, London, United Arab Emirates, Rajasthan, English, baseball’s Red
THE MONEY DIARIES OF HILL STAFFERS: Capitol Hill staffers have put up with low wages for years. Ambitious Capitol Hill staffers open up about working second jobs, snagging free food, and struggling to cover expenses on salaries starting in the $20,000s. See how Capitol Hill staffers get creative to make their salaries last the month. As former White House ethics czar Walt Shaub summed it up: "Yikes." Biden's pick to oversee Capitol riot cases: The White House is expected to nominate Matt Graves as US Attorney for the District of Columbia.
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Fighting between separatist brigades kills two in Yemen's Aden -sources
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
ADEN, June 24 (Reuters) - Clashes between brigades of the main southern separatist movement in Yemen killed two fighters and wounded 15 people, including civilians, in the port city of Aden, security sources said on Thursday. Aden is the interim seat of Yemen's Saudi-backed government and has seen rising tensions between the government and the Southern Transitional Council (STC) over control of the city and wider south. The fighting, which raged for two hours, erupted when one of the brigades manning a checkpoint attempted to disarm another convoy, the sources said. The two sides have yet to redeploy troops out of Aden and other regions in the south which the pact had stipulated. read moreThe coalition intervened in Yemen in March 2015 after the Houthis ousted the government from the capital Sanaa.
Persons: Sheikh Othman, Aidarous, Reyam Mukhashaf, Aziz El Yaakoubi, Angus MacSwan Organizations: Southern Transitional Council, Reuters, AK, STC, United Arab, United Nations, Thomson Locations: ADEN, Yemen, Aden, Yemen's Saudi, Sheikh, Saudi Arabia, Iran, United Arab Emirates, United
Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Dubai-based digital bank Zand will attempt to attract customers with competitive deposit rates and a digital-first product lineup when it launches later this year, challenging traditional bank rivals as Covid-19 drives a wave of digital adoption in the Gulf. Zand plans to be the first fully independent digital bank in the UAE, with a remit to service both retail and corporate customers. Zand will offer cards, loans, accounts and personal financial management products "comparable to N26 or Revolut" for new retail customers, Crespin said, drawing a comparison with some of Europe's established neobanks. The launch comes as Covid-19 accelerates the adoption of digital services across the Gulf region. Demand for financial technology products among its young and mobile enabled population is rising, particularly in the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Persons: Olivier Crespin, Zand, Mohamed Alabbar, Crespin, Europe's Organizations: United Arab Emirates, CNBC, QnA International, Emaar, Dubai, UAE, Abu Dhabi Bank, Emirates Locations: Dubai, United Arab, UAE, Burj Khalifa, Saudi Arabia
REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/File PhotoWASHINGTON, June 24 (Reuters) - The United States is planning to evacuate a group of vulnerable Afghan interpreters before the U.S. military completes its withdrawal from Afghanistan so they can wrap up their visa applications from safety, U.S. officials said on Thursday. Fighting between U.S.-backed Afghan forces and the Taliban has surged in recent weeks, with the militants gaining control of territory. Political talks between the government and the Taliban have largely stalled and it is unclear how Afghan security forces will perform after U.S. troops depart. The U.S. military has completed more than half of its withdrawal from Afghanistan and is set to finish in the coming weeks. With Honaryar and other former interpreters, he told reporters he welcomed reports of the planned evacuations.
Persons: Lucas Jackson, Joe Biden's, Biden, Ashraf Ghani, Ghani, Mike McCaul, Samey, Seth Moulton, Moulton, Phil Stewart, Patricia Zengerle, Idrees Ali, Steve Holland Organizations: U.S, 3rd Cavalry Regiment, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, Reuters, Republican, Foreign Affairs, United Arab, Taliban, Pentagon, Capitol, U.S . State Department, Democrat, Thomson Locations: Laghman province, Afghanistan, United States, U.S, Washington, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, America's, Afghan, Kabul
WASHINGTON, June 24 (Reuters) - The evacuation by the United States of at-risk Afghan interpreters will include their family members for a total of as many as 50,000 people, a senior Republican congressman told Reuters on Thursday. Representative Mike McCaul, who discussed the evacuation plan with officials of U.S. President Joe Biden's administration, said countries to which the evacuees could be flown include the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, and Kuwait. Reporting by Jonathan Landay Editing by Chris ReeseOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Mike McCaul, Joe Biden's, Jonathan Landay, Chris Reese Organizations: Republican, Reuters, U.S, United Arab, Thomson Locations: United States, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait
Middle East's share of India's oil imports hits 25-month low
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( Nidhi Verma | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
The Middle East’s share dropped to 52.7%, the lowest since April 2019 and down from 67.9% in April, the data showed. Lower purchases of oil from the Middle East dragged OPEC’s share of Indian oil imports to a record low. To replace Middle Eastern oil, refiners hiked imports from Latin America, the United States and the Mediterranean. Private Indian refiners Reliance Industries and Nayara Energy, however, boosted purchases of Canadian heavy oil to a record 244,000 bpd, equivalent to about 6% of India’s overall imports. Tanker arrival data showed higher imports in contrast to preliminary government data, as cyclones along India’s coast line last month delayed discharge of cargoes.
Persons: refiners, India’s, Ehsan Ul, Haq, Brent, ” Ul Organizations: Organization of, Petroleum, Imports, United Arab Emirates, refiners, Oil Research, refiners Reliance Industries, Nayara Energy, CPC Locations: YoY, UAE, U.S, DELHI, India, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Latin America, United States, Nigeria, WTI
DUBAI (Reuters) - Emirates Global Aluminium, one of the world’s largest aluminium producers, is in talks with banks to refinance and change the terms of a loan of about $6 billion it secured in 2019, two sources with knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday. EGA, which produces 4% of the world’s total aluminium, took a loan of over $6 billion in early 2019 to refinance a $4.9 billion loan secured in December 2015 as well as to fully repay a $1.8 billion loan raised by EGA’s subsidiary Dubai Aluminium. The syndicated loan EGA is seeking to restructure was issued on Jan. 28, 2019 and totalled $6.545 billion, according to Refinitiv data. A group of around 25 international and regional banks participated in the loan. Banks leading the deal included BNP Paribas, Citi, Emirates NBD, ING and Natixis.
Persons: Abu, Banks Organizations: Reuters, Emirates Global Aluminium, United Arab Emirates, Investment Corporation of, EGA’s, Dubai Aluminium, BNP, Citi, Emirates NBD, ING, Natixis Locations: DUBAI, Abu Dhabi, Investment Corporation of Dubai, Dubai
Trump and Kushner are growing apart, according to a new CNN report. Trump, for example, asked if Kushner accomplished "peace in the Middle East after all" when violence broke out between Israel and Hamas. Amid fighting between Israel and Hamas in May, Trump reportedly began to question whether Kushner had truly accomplished "peace in the Middle East after all." Kushner was tasked with spearheading the Trump administration's approach to the Middle East peace process. Roughly two months after Kushner wrote this, more than 260 people — mostly Palestinians — were killed in fighting between Israel and Hamas.
Persons: Trump, Kushner, Donald Trump, Jared Kushner, Benjamin Netanyahu —, , — Kushner Organizations: CNN, Trump, Hamas, Palestinian, Abraham Accords, United Arab, UN, Embassy Locations: Israel, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Gaza, Jerusalem
Law firm Taylor Wessing said the statement was issued under Latifa's instructions in response to queries from Reuters. Reuters could not independently verify whether Latifa has freedom of movement or the circumstances under which the Taylor Wessing statement was issued. Latifa, 35, has previously publicly communicated through the Free Latifa group and other campaigners which have posted videos on her behalf. Speaking after the Spain photo was posted to an Instagram account on Monday, Free Latifa co-founder David Haigh told Reuters Latifa appears to be enjoying an increasing degree of freedom and is travelling. read moreHaigh declined to respond on Wednesday when asked by Reuters to comment on the latest statement attributed to Latifa.
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Shawn Thew/Pool via REUTERSBERLIN, June 23 (Reuters) - Libya's foreign minister said on Wednesday international powers had made progress at talks in Berlin on the removal of foreign fighters from the country, although a final communique from the U.N.-backed conference specified no concrete new measures. "Hopefully within coming days mercenaries (on) both sides will be withdrawn," Libya's Foreign Minister Najla Mangoush told a news conference following the talks, without giving details. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas also said he believed there was an understanding between Russia and Turkey on a step-by-step withdrawal of their fighters. The two sides' October ceasefire called for the withdrawal of all foreign mercenaries by January. Ankara has said that as its forces were invited by the internationally recognised government they should not be put in the same category as other foreign forces in Libya.
Persons: Antony Blinken, Shawn Thew, Muammar Gaddafi, Najla Mangoush, Heiko Maas, Khalifa Haftar's, Abdulhamid Dbeibeh, Russia's Wagner, Joseph Nasr, Angus McDowall Organizations: Senate Foreign, State, REUTERS, U.S . State Department, Reuters, U.S, Libyan, United Arab, Libyan National Army, State Department, Thomson Locations: Washington , DC, REUTERS BERLIN, Berlin, Libya, NATO, Turkey, Russia, Tripoli, Sirte, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Algeria, Sudan, Chad, Syria, Turkish, Ankara, Chadians
DAMAC founder delays steps to go private until after regulator's review
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
DUBAI, June 22 (Reuters) - The founder of DAMAC Properties has postponed efforts to take the firm private after the securities regulator of the United Arab Emirates launched a review of the transaction, the company said on Tuesday. In a letter, Maple Invest Co, the vehicle backed by founder Hussain Sajwani, said acquisition procedures would be postponed until the Securities and Commodities Authority concluded the review. Sajwani made a $595-million offer this month to buy out minority shareholders in DAMAC Properties, which he has run for nearly two decades. (Reporting by Saeed Azhar; Editing by Clarence Fernandez)
Persons: Hussain Sajwani, Sajwani, Saeed Azhar, Clarence Fernandez Organizations: DAMAC, United Arab Emirates, Maple Invest Co, Securities and Commodities Authority Locations: DUBAI, DAMAC
DAMAC founder delays bid to go private pending regulator's review
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The corporate logo of DAMAC, written in English and Arabic, is seen in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, December 31, 2018. Sajwani made a $595-million offer this month to buy out minority shareholders in DAMAC Properties, which he has run for nearly two decades. read moreThe offer came amid years of downturn in Dubai's property market, exacerbated by the economic hit from the COVID-19 pandemic. Analysts saw the plan as a blow to Dubai's stock market, hit by a spate of delistings of major companies and an absence of new listings. DAMAC shares closed at 1.28 dirhams on Monday, below Maple's offer price of 1.30 dirhams and are down 1.5% year-to-date.
Persons: Hamad I Mohammed, Hussain Sajwani, Sajwani, Saeed Azhar, Clarence Fernandez Organizations: United Arab Emirates, REUTERS, Files, DAMAC, Maple Invest Co, Securities and Commodities Authority, Analysts, Thomson Locations: Dubai, United Arab, Files DUBAI, DAMAC
Michaela Rehle | ReutersSINGAPORE — U.S.-headquartered semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries announced Tuesday that it will build a new fabrication plant in Singapore to meet the unprecedented global demand for chips. The new facility will be developed in partnership with the Singapore Economic Development Board and with co-investments from committed customers, GlobalFoundries said. A global shortage of semiconductor microchips is causing havoc, delaying car production and affecting operations at some of the largest consumer electronics manufacturers. A virtual groundbreaking ceremony for the plant was attended by Singapore's Transport Minister S Iswaran as well as Mubadala Investment Company Managing Director and Group CEO Khaldoon Khalifa Al Mubarak, among others. Mubadala, a United Arab Emirates state investment company, owns GlobalFoundries.
Persons: Michaela Rehle, GlobalFoundries, Tom Caulfield, Iswaran, Khalifa Al Mubarak, Gin Organizations: Reuters SINGAPORE —, GlobalFoundries, Singapore Economic Development, Singapore's Transport, Mubadala Investment Company, United, United Arab Emirates Locations: Reuters SINGAPORE — U.S, Singapore, United Arab
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Explainer: Untangling the crisis in Libya
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
REUTERS/Goran TomasevicTUNIS, June 21 (Reuters) - Germany and the United Nations host an international conference on Libya in Berlin on Tuesday. Libya's fault lines surfaced a decade ago as local groups took different positions in the NATO-backed uprising that toppled Muammar Gaddafi. Meanwhile, myriad armed groups - some led by potential candidates in the election - still hold power on the ground, raising questions about whether a vote could be free and fair. In the west, armed groups continue to jostle for position and to assert their control over local areas and some state institutions. Abuses by fighters in both east and west have underscored the armed groups' continued power.
Persons: Libya's U.N, Khalifa Haftar, Goran Tomasevic TUNIS, Abdulhamid Dbeibah, Muammar Gaddafi, Khalifa, Haftar, Mohammed al, Abdulhamid Dbeibeh, Dbeibeh, Angus McDowall, Aidan Lewis, Angus MacSwan Organizations: REUTERS, United Nations, of National Unity, NATO, Islamic, Libyan National Army, United Arab, Thomson Locations: Tripoli, Libya, Germany, Berlin, Benghazi, Europe, United Arab Emirates, Russia, Egypt, Turkey, Misrata, Sirte, Jufra
Tankers holding 8 million barrels of Iranian oil including condensate were using waters outside Singapore’s coast to carry out transfers when needed, two shipping sources said. Iranian oil in floating storage stood at between 50 million and 60 million barrels according to estimates from consultancies FGE, IHS Markit and OilX. Two Western trade sources said there was between 20 to 30 million barrels of storage space in that region of China earmarked for Iranian oil. At least 13 million barrels of storage space are dedicated to storing Iranian oil, the trader estimated. Chinese and Indian firms, and European consumers such as Saras, Eni and Repsol are expected to show interest in Iranian barrels, according to Falakshahi.
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Tankers holding 8 million barrels of Iranian oil including condensate were using waters outside Singapore’s coast to carry out transfers when needed, two shipping sources said. Iranian oil in floating storage stood at between 50 million and 60 million barrels according to estimates from consultancies FGE, IHS Markit and OilX. Two Western trade sources said there was between 20 to 30 million barrels of storage space in that region of China earmarked for Iranian oil. At least 13 million barrels of storage space are dedicated to storing Iranian oil, the trader estimated. Chinese and Indian firms, and European consumers such as Saras, Eni and Repsol are expected to show interest in Iranian barrels, according to Falakshahi.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, , Iman Nasseri, Goldman Sachs, Florian Thaler, Homayoun Falakshahi, OilX, NIOC, Sara Vakhshouri Organizations: LONDON, Trump, U.S, National Iranian Oil Company, Kpler, IHS, United, Eni, Repsol, Observers, SVB Energy Locations: SINGAPORE, Iran, United States, U.S, Tehran, Europe, Asia, China, consultancies, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, FGE, Shandong, China’s Liaoning
Aircraft sit on static display during the fifth day of Dubai Air Show in Dubai, United Arab Emirates November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Christopher Pike/FilesDUBAI, June 21 (Reuters) - The Dubai Airshow, this year’s biggest aerospace trade show and a spectacle for business deals worth billions of dollars, will be held under capacity restrictions in November due to the coronavirus pandemic, its organiser said. The five-day show in 2019 welcomed over 84,000 visitors and 1,200 exhibitors, according to the organiser. However, those limits fall within previous attendance levels. The UAE, with a population of about 9 million people, has one of the world’s highest rates of COVID-19 vaccinations.
Persons: Christopher Pike, Le Bourget, Timothy Hawes, Tarsus, Hawes, It's, Alexander Cornwell, Emelia Sithole Organizations: Dubai Air Show, United Arab Emirates, REUTERS, Dubai Airshow, Farnborough, Le, Emirates, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Dubai, United Arab, DUBAI, United States, Iran, UAE, Israel
Presidential candidate Ebrahim Raisi speaks during a campaign rally in Tehran, Iran June 15, 2021. read more"Reconciliation with Iran is possible but within a pragmatic political framework...," said Ali al-Kheshaiban in an op-ed in Al Riyadh newspaper. "The language of moderation and equivalence is the only political language capable of curbing Iran." Saudi commentator Khaled Suleiman, writing in Okaz daily, said Washington was "turning its cheek" to Iran and should avoid making "free concessions" that embolden Tehran. Reporting by Ghaida Ghantous, Editing by William MacleanOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Ebrahim Raisi, Majid Asgaripour, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Ebrahim Raisi's, Hassan, Rouhani's, Rashed, Washington, Ali al, Mohammed bin Salman, Joe Biden, Khaled Suleiman, Ghaida Ghantous, William Maclean Organizations: West Asia News Agency, REUTERS, United, Washington, Thomson Locations: Tehran, Iran, REUTERS DUBAI, Iranian, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Vienna, Saudi, Riyadh, Yemen, Al Riyadh
Israeli foreign minister to pay first visit to UAE next week -statement
  + stars: | 2021-06-21 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.97   time to read: +2 min
Israeli alternate Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid arrives to attend the first weekly cabinet meeting of the new government in Jerusalem June 20, 2021. Yair Lapid, who was sworn in last week under a new government, will be hosted by UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan from June 29-30, the Israeli foreign ministry said in a statement. Lapid's visit will be his first abroad as foreign minister. read moreNetanyahu had planned to visit the UAE ahead of a March 23 election but cancelled the trip amid a dispute with Jordan. read moreIn a side deal to opening relations with Israel, the UAE secured Washington's approval to purchase U.S.-made F-35 fighter jets.
Persons: Yair Lapid, Emmanuel Dunand, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, Nahyan, Lapid, Donald Trump, Lapid's, Naftali Bennett, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's, Netanyahu, Jordan, Joe Biden, Rami Ayyub, Mark Heinrich Our Organizations: REUTERS, United Arab Emirates, UAE Foreign, West Bank, United, Thomson Locations: Jerusalem, REUTERS TEL AVIV, Gulf, Abu Dhabi, Israel, Dubai, UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, Morocco, Gaza, East Jerusalem, United Arab Emirates
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