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Chevron to take $10bn write down on shale gas glut

Precision Drilling oil rig operators install a bit guide on the floor of a rig in Texas in which Chevron was involved Bloomberg

Chevron has put shale gasfields up for sale in the prolific US Appalachian region as it plans to write down more than $10bn from these and other businesses, underlining how persistently low natural gas prices have stung big producers.

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New York Life in talks to buy Cigna unit for nearly $6bn

New York Life Insurance is in advanced talks to acquire a Cigna unit that sells nonmedical insurance coverage to employers for nearly $6bn, according to multiple people briefed on the negotiations.

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US stocks slip as investors debate tariff deadline

US stocks closed slightly lower, marking a cautious response to media reports Washington and Beijing had signalled a Sunday deadline for the imposition of new round of tariffs on Chinese imports could be extended.

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Barrick sells 90% stake in Senegalese gold mine to Teranga Gold

Barrick Gold, the worlds second largest gold producer, sold its 90 per cent stake in the Massawa project in Senegal to Teranga Gold for up to $430m, as it makes further headway on plans to sell over $1.5bn of assets.

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Neil Woodford closes office as part of business wind down

Neil Woodfords investment company has moved out of its office in an Oxfordshire business park as the company enters the final weeks of its wind-down.

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Morgan Stanley fined €20m over European bond trades

Morgan Stanley has received a 20m fine from Frances markets regulator for allegedly manipulating the price of government bonds in 2015.

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Grant Thornton fined 650,000 by FRC over inadequate audit

Britains accounting watchdog has fined Grant Thornton over the botched audit of a listed company, but was criticised for a lack of transparency after it declined to name the business whose accounts were affected.

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Just Eat rejects sweetened Naspers takeover bid

Just Eathas rejected a fresh attempt by South Africas Naspers to disrupt the food delivery groups planned tie-up with , saying the sweetened offer significantly undervalues the company.

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Wall St drops for first time in four days amid trade fears

Wall Street began the week on the back foot, slipping for the first time in four days as investors grew antsy about the US-China trade war ahead of a fresh round of tariffs scheduled to take effect on Sunday.

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European Space Agency to launch space debris clean-up in 2025

The European Space Agency (ESA) has chosen a Swiss start-up company to head what it says will be the worlds first mission to remove a large piece of space junk from orbit.

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New York Feds latest repo auction met with strong demand

Investors snapped up a further $25bn in short-term loans from the Federal Reserve on Monday, seeking to shore up financing over the end of the year.

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Market attention next week will be focused on global monetary policy and the UK general election. Heres what to watch in the coming days.

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US stocks rally and Treasuries fall after strong US jobs report

Wall Street rallied and US Treasuries sold off on Friday as traders cheered reports showing theeconomy added jobsin November at the quickest pace in 10 months and consumer sentiment improved.

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US sanctions four Iraqis over protest crackdowns

More than 400 people have been killed since the protests began in October AP

The US has sanctioned four Iraqis it has accused of being involved in a recent brutal crackdown on protesters and corruption.

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Facebook co-founder eyes direct listing for Asana

Asana, the business software company led by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, is expected to choose a direct listing when it goes public next year, adding to the succession of companies using thealternativeto initial public offerings.

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Stephen Poloz to step down as Bank of Canada governor

Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz will step down in 2020, and the central bank has begun a search for his successor.

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German industry hit by biggest downturn since 2009

Germanys sprawling industrial sector is suffering its steepest downturn for a decade, underlining how the engine of the eurozones biggest economy is sputtering.

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Smith & Wesson owner boosts outlook as US gun demand heats up

Smith & Wessons parent company American Outdoor Brands raised its full-year outlook after booking stronger quarterly sales than forecast, as US demand for firearms has picked up in the back half of 2019.

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GM and LG Chem to invest $2.3bn in US battery plant venture

General Motors and South Koreas LG Chem plan to invest a combined $2.3bn in a joint venture to build a new battery plant in the US, as the automaker prepares to ramp up production of electric vehicles.

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United says Scott Kirby to succeed Munoz as chief executive

United Airlines on Thursday said Oscar Munoz will step down as chief executive next year, hand the top job to the US carriers president, Scott Kirby and finally take a seat in the chairmans lounge.

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Drop in German industrial orders dashes hopes of rebound

The two-year recession in German industry is showing few signs of ending after orders in the countrys manufacturing sector fell more than expected in October with a further shrinkage expected in November.

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Euronext returns to M&A trail with €84m Nord Pool deal

Euronext, the exchanges operator, has made its second deal in northern Europe in a year with an 84m cash purchase of a controlling interest in Nord Pool, a power trading venue that competes with Nasdaq and Deutsche Brse.

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RBI halts rate cuts after food prices rise sharply

Indias central bank left its benchmark interest rate unchanged on Thursday as policymakers grapple with the need to boost a slowing economy while curbing a rise in inflation that risks spurring social unrest.

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Slack chief tries to counter Microsoft onslaught

Slacks shares recovered some lost ground late on Wednesday after the workplace messaging app reported stronger revenue growth in its latest quarter and issued a positive forecast for the rest of its fiscal year.

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US stocks bounced back on Wednesday, while Treasury yields also rose, as reports China and the US could be close to a trade deal breathed new life into risk assets.

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