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  • 1/27   News Photos Slideshows
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  • 2/27   Press Review #active #noise #cancellation
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 - Bose revamps iconic QuietComfort headphones - FutureFive New Zealand   More Information - The best noise-cancelling headphones - Chicago Tribune   More Information - Best Noise-Cancelling Headphones - Laptop Mag   More Information - Walmart slashes 35% off these great Sony noise-canceling wireless headphones - Digital Trends   More Information - Review: Sony WF-1000XM3 true wireless noise-canceling earbuds are the new champs - 9to5Mac   More Information - Before you spend $400 on Bose noise cancelling headphones, check out these for $47 - BGR   More Information - TaoTronics’ $90 headphones are good at noise cancellation, but not much else - The Next Web   More Information - The best-sounding true wireless headphones of 2019 - CNET   More Information - iFi Launches new PowerStation with Active Noise Cancelling for A/V Systems - Dealerscope   More Information - Sony WF-1000XM3 true-wireless review: The better AIrPods you've been waiting for - CNET   More Information - Sony's best noise-canceling headphones are at their lowest price ever - USA TODAY   More Information - Stunning wireless headphones with active noise cancelling are down to their best price ever for Prime Day - BGR   More Information - Sony WF-1000XM3: The Best Noise-Canceling Wireless Earbuds of 2019 - gearpatrol.com   More Information - iFi announces active noise cancelling PowerStation - Darko.Audio   More Information - Galaxy Note 10 won’t have noise cancelling USB-C earphones in the box - SamMobile   More Information - Active noise cancelling at its best - The Asian Age   More Information - Amazon takes 50% off of these Audio Technica noise-canceling headphones - Digital Trends   More Information - Sony WF-1000xM3 Review: Noise-Cancelling Wireless Earbuds with Remarkable Sound - Tom's Guide   More Information - The five Sennheiser headphones you need to know about - Engadget   More Information - This Prime Day deal on Sony headphones is just too good - USA TODAY   More Information


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    - Bose revamps iconic QuietComfort headphones - FutureFive New Zealand
       More Information

    - The best noise-cancelling headphones - Chicago Tribune
       More Information

    - Best Noise-Cancelling Headphones - Laptop Mag
       More Information

    - Walmart slashes 35% off these great Sony noise-canceling wireless headphones - Digital Trends
       More Information

    - Review: Sony WF-1000XM3 true wireless noise-canceling earbuds are the new champs - 9to5Mac
       More Information

    - Before you spend $400 on Bose noise cancelling headphones, check out these for $47 - BGR
       More Information

    - TaoTronics’ $90 headphones are good at noise cancellation, but not much else - The Next Web
       More Information

    - The best-sounding true wireless headphones of 2019 - CNET
       More Information

    - iFi Launches new PowerStation with Active Noise Cancelling for A/V Systems - Dealerscope
       More Information

    - Sony WF-1000XM3 true-wireless review: The better AIrPods you've been waiting for - CNET
       More Information

    - Sony's best noise-canceling headphones are at their lowest price ever - USA TODAY
       More Information

    - Stunning wireless headphones with active noise cancelling are down to their best price ever for Prime Day - BGR
       More Information

    - Sony WF-1000XM3: The Best Noise-Canceling Wireless Earbuds of 2019 - gearpatrol.com
       More Information

    - iFi announces active noise cancelling PowerStation - Darko.Audio
       More Information

    - Galaxy Note 10 won’t have noise cancelling USB-C earphones in the box - SamMobile
       More Information

    - Active noise cancelling at its best - The Asian Age
       More Information

    - Amazon takes 50% off of these Audio Technica noise-canceling headphones - Digital Trends
       More Information

    - Sony WF-1000xM3 Review: Noise-Cancelling Wireless Earbuds with Remarkable Sound - Tom's Guide
       More Information

    - The five Sennheiser headphones you need to know about - Engadget
       More Information

    - This Prime Day deal on Sony headphones is just too good - USA TODAY
       More Information


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  • 3/27   7 tax scams to watch out for this year

    In case wringing your hands over the tax man weren’t enough, criminals are out there trying to swipe your hard-earned cash and personal information from right under your nose.

    In case wringing your hands over the tax man weren’t enough, criminals are out there trying to swipe your hard-earned cash and personal information from right under your nose.


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  • 4/27   Mother Angry After School's Robocall Keeps Mispronouncing Daughter's Name As A Racial Slur

    The daughter's name is Nicarri.

    The daughter's name is Nicarri.


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  • 5/27   Avowed Apple Fan Jeb Bush Realizes His Apple Watch Can Take Phone Calls

    Jeb Bush's love of Apple products has been widely documented, and the Republican presidential candidate continues to wear his Apple Watch on the campaign trail. Yesterday, in a meeting with The Des Moines Register editorial board documented by USA Today, Bush stumbled upon a feature he didn’t realize his smartwatch was capable of: taking phone calls. Somehow Bush managed to take a call without picking up his iPhone, and the sound of a person’s voice saying hello breaks through the meeting noise, to which Bush responds, “My watch can’t be talking.”

    Jeb Bush's love of Apple products has been widely documented, and the Republican presidential candidate continues to wear his Apple Watch on the campaign trail. Yesterday, in a meeting with The Des Moines Register editorial board documented by USA Today, Bush stumbled upon a feature he didn’t realize his smartwatch was capable of: taking phone calls. Somehow Bush managed to take a call without picking up his iPhone, and the sound of a person’s voice saying hello breaks through the meeting noise, to which Bush responds, “My watch can’t be talking.”


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  • 6/27   Social media welcomes Pope Francis to the United States

    Pope Francis gets the social media treatment upon arriving in the U.S. Tuesday.  As Pope Francis’s flight touched down in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Twitter unveiled a new batch of emojis created for the highly anticipated papal visit.  Until his departure from the United States on Sunday, Twitter users chronicling the Catholic leader’s East Coast journey will be able to include a cartoon image of the Pope’s face in front of the American flag on all Pope-related tweets by using the hashtag #PopeinUS.

    Pope Francis gets the social media treatment upon arriving in the U.S. Tuesday. As Pope Francis’s flight touched down in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Twitter unveiled a new batch of emojis created for the highly anticipated papal visit. Until his departure from the United States on Sunday, Twitter users chronicling the Catholic leader’s East Coast journey will be able to include a cartoon image of the Pope’s face in front of the American flag on all Pope-related tweets by using the hashtag #PopeinUS.


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  • 7/27   Markets live: Germany flies into ‘perfect storm’ as economy heads towards recession
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    Analysis: Is Germany sinking towards recession?  Jobs market 'reaching its peak' as wages surge and employment jumps FTSE closes 0.33pc higher to 7,250.90, still showing less elasticity than its continental peers US and Asia stocks rallied after Donald Trump delayed China tariffs until December 15 Jeremy Warner: Post-Brexit trade policies in danger of becoming incoherent mess 7:33AM 'Door is wide open to a German recession' The mood in Germany is not great. Here's what Klaus Borger, an economist at public investment bank KfW, has said about the GDP figures: With the escalating trade conflicts of the USA, the ever more probable chaos (of) Brexit and the weaker world economy, the perfect storm has been brewing since the summer of last year. The door at least to a technical recession... is wide open. Germany’s most important export, cars, have driven the decline in its ailing manufacturing sector, but it's not the only issue facing the country as my colleague Tom Rees explains as he analyses the four key problems facing the stumbling German economy. Read the full piece here. 7:16AM German contraction, train ticket hike and trade wars Good morning. The big news out this morning is that fears have increased that Germany is heading for a recession after suffering a 0.1pc contraction in its economy in the second quarter of the year. The shrinkage means Germany is now lagging the other largest economies in the eurozone, after the second quarter saw Italy flatline and France grow 0.2 percent. As hard data and soft indicators such as surveys of business, investor and consumer sentiment have eroded in recent weeks and months, economists have warned Europe's powerhouse could suffer falling output and even a technical recession - two successive quarters of negative growth. Federal statistics authority Destatis said higher spending by private households and the state as well as increased investments helped support the economy at home. But "foreign trade developments braked economic growth, since exports fell back more sharply than imports compared with the previous quarter," the statisticians added. Elsewhere, markets may be pushed higher today after President Donald Trump delayed tariffs on some Chinese goods, including laptops and mobile phones, until December 15.  The reprieve came after a call between US trade representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese vice-premier Liu He ahead of tariffs that would have hit $300bn (£249bn) of imports from China on September 1. The two sides plan more talks in the next two weeks, according to Chinese state-run media. 5 things to start your day 1) Confidence in the German economy has crashed to its lowest level since the depths of the eurozone debt crisis, fuelling fears of a recession. 2) Fears are growing that the jobs miracle could be close to its end as unemployment edged up in June, the number of vacancies slid and productivity took its biggest plunge since 2013 Wages and unemployment  3) Today we'll find out how much more a train ticket will cost next year. Inflation figures released later will be used by the rail industry to calculate January’s rises. Increases in annual season ticket prices 4) Hong Kong protests heated up for a second day yesterday and will be in focus again today as one of Asia's key transport hub remains closed.  US senator Ben Cardin warned late last night that Hong Kong could lose the special trade status it has enjoyed under US law if Beijing intervenes directly. 5) Marshall Motors chief executive Daksh Gupta has said that buying a car would not only become more expensive in the event of a no-deal Brexit, but motorists could have a smaller range of vehicles to choose from. “If we don’t get a deal and sterling falls then Britain will become a much less attractive market and less profitable market for manufacturers,” he said. “We’ll probably see fewer cars coming into the UK.”  What happened overnight Asian equities rallied on Wednesday as investors breathed a collective sigh of relief at news the US had delayed tariffs on a swathe of Chinese goods, easing tensions in the countries' bitter trade war. The news provided some much-needed respite for investors, who have come under intense pressure from a range of issues including concerns about the global economy, Hong Kong's protests, the trade war and Brexit. Wall Street's three main indexes surged on the announcement with the tech-rich Nasdaq up two percent, and the Dow and S&P; 500 more than one percent higher. The US gains filtered through to Asia where Hong Kong climbed 0.5 percent. Elsewhere the surge in US stocks lifted MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan by 0.9%. The Shanghai Composite Index advanced 0.6% while South Korea's KOSPI advanced 0.8% and Japan's Nikkei rose 0.6%. High-yielding, riskier currencies also enjoyed some gains with the Mexican peso and South African rand more than one percent higher, South Korea's won gaining 0.8 percent and the Indonesian rupiah 0.6 percent up. China's yuan, which has plunged in the past two weeks on worries about the trade stand-off - sparking accusations Beijing is a currency manipulator - also bounced. Coming up today Analysts are expecting low-single-digit growth in Prudential’s results for the first half of the year. That’s not the main event — front and centre on Wednesday will be extra details on its plans to demerge its asset management operation (M&G; Prudential) and its plans for Brexit. Also reporting is builder Balfour Beatty, which has undergone a major restructuring in the wake of outsourcing giant Carillion’s sudden collapse. In March, the company announced it has increased profit despite a fall in revenue, and has said that it is aiming at “higher quality” work. Its shares have been feeling the pressure however. Interim results: Admiral, Apax Global Alpha, Avast, Awilco Drilling, Balfour Beatty, CLS Holdings, Hochschild Mining, Lookers, Prudential, Riverstone Energy, Zeal Network Economics: Inflation figures (UK), Sentiment, industrial production, employment and GDP (all Eurozone)

    Analysis: Is Germany sinking towards recession?  Jobs market 'reaching its peak' as wages surge and employment jumps FTSE closes 0.33pc higher to 7,250.90, still showing less elasticity than its continental peers US and Asia stocks rallied after Donald Trump delayed China tariffs until December 15 Jeremy Warner: Post-Brexit trade policies in danger of becoming incoherent mess 7:33AM 'Door is wide open to a German recession' The mood in Germany is not great. Here's what Klaus Borger, an economist at public investment bank KfW, has said about the GDP figures: With the escalating trade conflicts of the USA, the ever more probable chaos (of) Brexit and the weaker world economy, the perfect storm has been brewing since the summer of last year. The door at least to a technical recession... is wide open. Germany’s most important export, cars, have driven the decline in its ailing manufacturing sector, but it's not the only issue facing the country as my colleague Tom Rees explains as he analyses the four key problems facing the stumbling German economy. Read the full piece here. 7:16AM German contraction, train ticket hike and trade wars Good morning. The big news out this morning is that fears have increased that Germany is heading for a recession after suffering a 0.1pc contraction in its economy in the second quarter of the year. The shrinkage means Germany is now lagging the other largest economies in the eurozone, after the second quarter saw Italy flatline and France grow 0.2 percent. As hard data and soft indicators such as surveys of business, investor and consumer sentiment have eroded in recent weeks and months, economists have warned Europe's powerhouse could suffer falling output and even a technical recession - two successive quarters of negative growth. Federal statistics authority Destatis said higher spending by private households and the state as well as increased investments helped support the economy at home. But "foreign trade developments braked economic growth, since exports fell back more sharply than imports compared with the previous quarter," the statisticians added. Elsewhere, markets may be pushed higher today after President Donald Trump delayed tariffs on some Chinese goods, including laptops and mobile phones, until December 15.  The reprieve came after a call between US trade representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese vice-premier Liu He ahead of tariffs that would have hit $300bn (£249bn) of imports from China on September 1. The two sides plan more talks in the next two weeks, according to Chinese state-run media. 5 things to start your day 1) Confidence in the German economy has crashed to its lowest level since the depths of the eurozone debt crisis, fuelling fears of a recession. 2) Fears are growing that the jobs miracle could be close to its end as unemployment edged up in June, the number of vacancies slid and productivity took its biggest plunge since 2013 Wages and unemployment  3) Today we'll find out how much more a train ticket will cost next year. Inflation figures released later will be used by the rail industry to calculate January’s rises. Increases in annual season ticket prices 4) Hong Kong protests heated up for a second day yesterday and will be in focus again today as one of Asia's key transport hub remains closed.  US senator Ben Cardin warned late last night that Hong Kong could lose the special trade status it has enjoyed under US law if Beijing intervenes directly. 5) Marshall Motors chief executive Daksh Gupta has said that buying a car would not only become more expensive in the event of a no-deal Brexit, but motorists could have a smaller range of vehicles to choose from. “If we don’t get a deal and sterling falls then Britain will become a much less attractive market and less profitable market for manufacturers,” he said. “We’ll probably see fewer cars coming into the UK.”  What happened overnight Asian equities rallied on Wednesday as investors breathed a collective sigh of relief at news the US had delayed tariffs on a swathe of Chinese goods, easing tensions in the countries' bitter trade war. The news provided some much-needed respite for investors, who have come under intense pressure from a range of issues including concerns about the global economy, Hong Kong's protests, the trade war and Brexit. Wall Street's three main indexes surged on the announcement with the tech-rich Nasdaq up two percent, and the Dow and S&P; 500 more than one percent higher. The US gains filtered through to Asia where Hong Kong climbed 0.5 percent. Elsewhere the surge in US stocks lifted MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan by 0.9%. The Shanghai Composite Index advanced 0.6% while South Korea's KOSPI advanced 0.8% and Japan's Nikkei rose 0.6%. High-yielding, riskier currencies also enjoyed some gains with the Mexican peso and South African rand more than one percent higher, South Korea's won gaining 0.8 percent and the Indonesian rupiah 0.6 percent up. China's yuan, which has plunged in the past two weeks on worries about the trade stand-off - sparking accusations Beijing is a currency manipulator - also bounced. Coming up today Analysts are expecting low-single-digit growth in Prudential’s results for the first half of the year. That’s not the main event — front and centre on Wednesday will be extra details on its plans to demerge its asset management operation (M&G; Prudential) and its plans for Brexit. Also reporting is builder Balfour Beatty, which has undergone a major restructuring in the wake of outsourcing giant Carillion’s sudden collapse. In March, the company announced it has increased profit despite a fall in revenue, and has said that it is aiming at “higher quality” work. Its shares have been feeling the pressure however. Interim results: Admiral, Apax Global Alpha, Avast, Awilco Drilling, Balfour Beatty, CLS Holdings, Hochschild Mining, Lookers, Prudential, Riverstone Energy, Zeal Network Economics: Inflation figures (UK), Sentiment, industrial production, employment and GDP (all Eurozone)


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  • 8/27   Here's Why I Think First Sponsor Group (SGX:ADN) Might Deserve Your Attention Today
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    Like a puppy chasing its tail, some new investors often chase 'the next big thing', even if that means buying 'story...

    Like a puppy chasing its tail, some new investors often chase 'the next big thing', even if that means buying 'story...


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  • 9/27   These Fundamentals Make Sandvik AB (STO:SAND) Truly Worth Looking At
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    Building up an investment case requires looking at a stock holistically. Today I've chosen to put the spotlight on...

    Building up an investment case requires looking at a stock holistically. Today I've chosen to put the spotlight on...


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  • 10/27   Why You Should Care About Allied Digital Services Limited’s (NSE:ADSL) Low Return On Capital
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    Today we are going to look at Allied Digital Services Limited (NSE:ADSL) to see whether it might be an attractive...

    Today we are going to look at Allied Digital Services Limited (NSE:ADSL) to see whether it might be an attractive...


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  • 11/27   Is It Worth Buying Amrutanjan Health Care Limited (NSE:AMRUTANJAN) For Its 0.6% Dividend Yield?
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    Today we'll take a closer look at Amrutanjan Health Care Limited (NSE:AMRUTANJAN) from a dividend investor's...

    Today we'll take a closer look at Amrutanjan Health Care Limited (NSE:AMRUTANJAN) from a dividend investor's...


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  • 12/27   China July Industrial Output Growth Weakens to 17-Year Low
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    (Bloomberg) -- China posted the weakest industrial output growth since 2002 and slumping retail sales in July, as a cyclical slowdown and trade tensions add to the case to roll out more stimulus.Industrial output rose 4.8% from a year earlier, retail sales expanded 7.6%, and fixed-asset investment slowed to 5.7% in the first seven months. While some seasonal effects likely compressed the data, all results were lower than forecast by economists in a Bloomberg survey.The output data coupled with weak credit demand in the month signal that the world’s second-largest economy is still struggling to stabilize. A partial delay of President Donald Trump’s next tranche of tariffs is cheering markets, but adds little in the way of certainty for export companies already reeling from the year-long standoff.“The economy is facing strong headwinds and decelerating,’’ said Gene Ma, chief China economist at the Institute of International Finance in Washington. “More targeted monetary and credit easing are needed. We expect some sort of interest rate cut in the fall.’’Stocks climbed across most of the region after the S&P 500 Index had its biggest intraday gain in more than two months on the trade tariff delay. Still, the softer than expected data kept sentiment in check with Treasuries edging higher and the yen clawing back some of Tuesday’s loss.Manufacturing output slowed to the weakest increase since at least 2013, while infrastructure investment growth, a key pillar of the government’s stimulus strategy, weakened to 3.8%. While the tariff war is accelerating the shift of China’s economy away from factories and toward services and retail, the July data showed declining sentiment there too.Retail sales continue to be depressed by the ongoing contraction in auto sales as buyers in the world’s largest car market scale back. In July, China put in place an upgrade in emission standards in areas that count for over 60% of national auto sales. The earlier than expected switch weighed on automakers, as consumers postponed purchases while discounts up to 50% offered by automakers and sellers trying to clear inventory further undermined companies’ profitability.Even excluding auto sales, retail sales growth was weaker than the year-to-date average, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. The pace slowed to 8.8% in July from an average of 9.2% in 2019.The tariff delay “doesn’t really change the outlook on the trade tensions,” said Louis Kuijs, chief Asia economist at Oxford Economics in Hong Kong. “We expect further policy easing in the coming months to help stabilize growth amid the above headwinds.”So far, policy makers have relied on a mix of tax cuts to spur spending, and targeted monetary incentives for banks to lend to businesses. That hasn’t been enough to arrest the slowdown, and economists are beginning to call for more aggressive measures, even in the face of rising debt and persistent financial stability risks.There’s little evidence that the trade war with the U.S. will reach resolution soon, even as Trump Tuesday signaled ‘progress’ in a call with negotiators from the two countries. The U.S. has delayed the imposition of new tariffs on a wide variety of consumer products including toys and laptops until December.“The top three cyclical drivers, which are exports, infrastructure spending and property investment, are all slowing,’’ said Larry Hu, head of China economics at Macquarie Securities Ltd. in Hong Kong. “More liquidity easing measures such as reserve-ratio cut is likely in the near term, but they are not enough to turn the economy around. The economy would face more headwinds in the coming months.’’The central bank has tweaked the method to evaluate banks’ lending, hoping more credit will flow to manufacturers and small firms, and cutting the amount of money some banks park at the central bank. In addition, a revamp to the current interest rate framework is seen as a method to lower borrowing costs. For now, policy makers are not signaling that a cut to the economy-wide benchmark interest rate is on the cards.What Bloomberg’s Economists SayOn monetary policy, a weaker yuan goes some way to loosening monetary conditions. We expect further easing in the form of cuts in the reserve requirement ratio and the benchmark interest rate. We expect central bank to cut the RRR by another 150 basis points before the year-end, with at least one RRR cut in 3Q. The probability of interest rate cuts in 2H has also risen.-- Chang Shu and David Qu, Bloomberg EconomicsFor the full note click hereThe surveyed jobless rate rose in July to 5.3% from 5.1% the previous month, a development the National Bureau of Statistics said was due to recent graduates hitting the labor market.“July’s activity data was woeful,’’ said Katrina Ell, an economist with Moody’s Analytics in Sydney. “It is a product of softness on both the demand and supply side. In a weakened and cautious economic environment, easier credit conditions aren’t being exuberantly adopted.’’(Updates with analyst comment in 9th paragraph. The headline of an earlier version of this story was corrected to clarify that output growth slowed to 17-year low.)\--With assistance from Tian Ying and Jiyeun Lee.To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Miao Han in Beijing at mhan22@bloomberg.net;Kevin Hamlin in Beijing at khamlin@bloomberg.net;Yinan Zhao in Beijing at yzhao300@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jeffrey Black at jblack25@bloomberg.net, Sharon ChenFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- China posted the weakest industrial output growth since 2002 and slumping retail sales in July, as a cyclical slowdown and trade tensions add to the case to roll out more stimulus.Industrial output rose 4.8% from a year earlier, retail sales expanded 7.6%, and fixed-asset investment slowed to 5.7% in the first seven months. While some seasonal effects likely compressed the data, all results were lower than forecast by economists in a Bloomberg survey.The output data coupled with weak credit demand in the month signal that the world’s second-largest economy is still struggling to stabilize. A partial delay of President Donald Trump’s next tranche of tariffs is cheering markets, but adds little in the way of certainty for export companies already reeling from the year-long standoff.“The economy is facing strong headwinds and decelerating,’’ said Gene Ma, chief China economist at the Institute of International Finance in Washington. “More targeted monetary and credit easing are needed. We expect some sort of interest rate cut in the fall.’’Stocks climbed across most of the region after the S&P 500 Index had its biggest intraday gain in more than two months on the trade tariff delay. Still, the softer than expected data kept sentiment in check with Treasuries edging higher and the yen clawing back some of Tuesday’s loss.Manufacturing output slowed to the weakest increase since at least 2013, while infrastructure investment growth, a key pillar of the government’s stimulus strategy, weakened to 3.8%. While the tariff war is accelerating the shift of China’s economy away from factories and toward services and retail, the July data showed declining sentiment there too.Retail sales continue to be depressed by the ongoing contraction in auto sales as buyers in the world’s largest car market scale back. In July, China put in place an upgrade in emission standards in areas that count for over 60% of national auto sales. The earlier than expected switch weighed on automakers, as consumers postponed purchases while discounts up to 50% offered by automakers and sellers trying to clear inventory further undermined companies’ profitability.Even excluding auto sales, retail sales growth was weaker than the year-to-date average, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. The pace slowed to 8.8% in July from an average of 9.2% in 2019.The tariff delay “doesn’t really change the outlook on the trade tensions,” said Louis Kuijs, chief Asia economist at Oxford Economics in Hong Kong. “We expect further policy easing in the coming months to help stabilize growth amid the above headwinds.”So far, policy makers have relied on a mix of tax cuts to spur spending, and targeted monetary incentives for banks to lend to businesses. That hasn’t been enough to arrest the slowdown, and economists are beginning to call for more aggressive measures, even in the face of rising debt and persistent financial stability risks.There’s little evidence that the trade war with the U.S. will reach resolution soon, even as Trump Tuesday signaled ‘progress’ in a call with negotiators from the two countries. The U.S. has delayed the imposition of new tariffs on a wide variety of consumer products including toys and laptops until December.“The top three cyclical drivers, which are exports, infrastructure spending and property investment, are all slowing,’’ said Larry Hu, head of China economics at Macquarie Securities Ltd. in Hong Kong. “More liquidity easing measures such as reserve-ratio cut is likely in the near term, but they are not enough to turn the economy around. The economy would face more headwinds in the coming months.’’The central bank has tweaked the method to evaluate banks’ lending, hoping more credit will flow to manufacturers and small firms, and cutting the amount of money some banks park at the central bank. In addition, a revamp to the current interest rate framework is seen as a method to lower borrowing costs. For now, policy makers are not signaling that a cut to the economy-wide benchmark interest rate is on the cards.What Bloomberg’s Economists SayOn monetary policy, a weaker yuan goes some way to loosening monetary conditions. We expect further easing in the form of cuts in the reserve requirement ratio and the benchmark interest rate. We expect central bank to cut the RRR by another 150 basis points before the year-end, with at least one RRR cut in 3Q. The probability of interest rate cuts in 2H has also risen.-- Chang Shu and David Qu, Bloomberg EconomicsFor the full note click hereThe surveyed jobless rate rose in July to 5.3% from 5.1% the previous month, a development the National Bureau of Statistics said was due to recent graduates hitting the labor market.“July’s activity data was woeful,’’ said Katrina Ell, an economist with Moody’s Analytics in Sydney. “It is a product of softness on both the demand and supply side. In a weakened and cautious economic environment, easier credit conditions aren’t being exuberantly adopted.’’(Updates with analyst comment in 9th paragraph. The headline of an earlier version of this story was corrected to clarify that output growth slowed to 17-year low.)\--With assistance from Tian Ying and Jiyeun Lee.To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Miao Han in Beijing at mhan22@bloomberg.net;Kevin Hamlin in Beijing at khamlin@bloomberg.net;Yinan Zhao in Beijing at yzhao300@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jeffrey Black at jblack25@bloomberg.net, Sharon ChenFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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    Cybersecurity company Avast said revenue growth for the year would be at the upper end of its high, single digit percentage range after a strong first half, driven by demand for products like VPN and AntiTrack that help secure users' privacy.  The London-listed company reported a 9.2% rise in first-half adjusted revenue to $421.7 million, ahead of a company-supplied consensus estimate of $414 million, and adjusted core earnings up 6.5% to $236.5 million, beating a forecast of $229 million.

    Cybersecurity company Avast said revenue growth for the year would be at the upper end of its high, single digit percentage range after a strong first half, driven by demand for products like VPN and AntiTrack that help secure users' privacy. The London-listed company reported a 9.2% rise in first-half adjusted revenue to $421.7 million, ahead of a company-supplied consensus estimate of $414 million, and adjusted core earnings up 6.5% to $236.5 million, beating a forecast of $229 million.


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  • 18/27   Does Assura Plc (LON:AGR) Create Value For Shareholders?
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  • 20/27   German Economy Contracts as Trade Tensions Take Their Toll
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    (Bloomberg) -- Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world embroiled in trade wars. Sign up here. Germany’s economy shrank in the second quarter, piling pressure on Chancellor Angela Merkel to unleash fiscal stimulus as manufacturers reel from a U.S.-China trade war.Output fell 0.1% from the previous three months, in line with forecasts, as exports slumped. The economy has contracted in two of the last four quarters. Merkel said Tuesday the country was heading into a “difficult phase” and even hinted her reluctance to respond is softening.Bund futures pulled back slightly after the report. Investors reacted to annual figures that were better than expected due to revisions of economic performance in previous quarters.The contraction in Europe’s largest economy is weighing heavily on a region struggling to sustain momentum. Growth slowed in most euro-area countries including France and Spain, Italy is teetering on the verge of recession, and profit warnings from some of the bloc’s biggest companies suggest little sign of a turnaround.The latest downbeat economic numbers come a day after Dusseldorf-based Henkel AG issued a profit warning that summed up Germany’s woes. The industrial firm is facing pressure on two fronts, a slowdown in the auto industry and weaker demand in China, the same environment that’s crippled manufacturing across the country.President Donald Trump on Tuesday delayed the imposition of some new tariffs on Beijing by three months to December, buoying markets. However, there was further bad news from China, the world’s second-largest economy, on Wednesday, with cooling retail sales and the slowest growth in industrial output since 2002.In Germany, sentiment among executives and investors has plunged, suggesting a government forecast for growth of 0.5% this year, the weakest since 2013, might still be too optimistic.Second-quarter output was damped by trade, with exports falling faster than imports. Private consumption and government spending were higher than in the previous three months. Investment rose despite a decline in construction.What Bloomberg’s Economists Say“The industrial sector tipped the economy into contraction in 2Q, and the risk is of further weakness in the second half of the year. If there’s any good news to take from this release, it’s that services must have continued to expand, indicating patches of resilience persist.”\--Jamie Rush.Read the full GERMANY REACTThe European Central Bank has already all but committed to hand out fresh stimulus to jump-start the economy and is forecast to cut interest rates as early as September. All that has helped push yields on German debt to record lows below zero. Earlier this month, the euro fell to the softest since mid-2017.ECB President Mario Draghi has been among the chorus of international voices pleading with Germany to loosen the purse strings after running surpluses over the past half decade.German industry has been mired in a slump as worsening trade woes and weaker global growth sap demand for machinery and cars. Industrial production suffered its biggest drop in a decade in June, and freight volumes at German airports saw the steepest decline since 2012.Among the casualties is Siemens, which said earlier this month it would struggle to meet financial goals because of a deteriorating economy and heightened political uncertainty. Automotive supplier Rheinmetall also lowered its outlook, scrapping expectations for a “tangible” recovery in the coming months.(Updates with markets in third quarter, breakdown in eighth.)\--With assistance from Kristian Siedenburg, Harumi Ichikura and Catarina Saraiva.To contact the reporter on this story: Piotr Skolimowski in Frankfurt at pskolimowski@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Paul Gordon at pgordon6@bloomberg.net, Jana Randow, Fergal O'BrienFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world embroiled in trade wars. Sign up here. Germany’s economy shrank in the second quarter, piling pressure on Chancellor Angela Merkel to unleash fiscal stimulus as manufacturers reel from a U.S.-China trade war.Output fell 0.1% from the previous three months, in line with forecasts, as exports slumped. The economy has contracted in two of the last four quarters. Merkel said Tuesday the country was heading into a “difficult phase” and even hinted her reluctance to respond is softening.Bund futures pulled back slightly after the report. Investors reacted to annual figures that were better than expected due to revisions of economic performance in previous quarters.The contraction in Europe’s largest economy is weighing heavily on a region struggling to sustain momentum. Growth slowed in most euro-area countries including France and Spain, Italy is teetering on the verge of recession, and profit warnings from some of the bloc’s biggest companies suggest little sign of a turnaround.The latest downbeat economic numbers come a day after Dusseldorf-based Henkel AG issued a profit warning that summed up Germany’s woes. The industrial firm is facing pressure on two fronts, a slowdown in the auto industry and weaker demand in China, the same environment that’s crippled manufacturing across the country.President Donald Trump on Tuesday delayed the imposition of some new tariffs on Beijing by three months to December, buoying markets. However, there was further bad news from China, the world’s second-largest economy, on Wednesday, with cooling retail sales and the slowest growth in industrial output since 2002.In Germany, sentiment among executives and investors has plunged, suggesting a government forecast for growth of 0.5% this year, the weakest since 2013, might still be too optimistic.Second-quarter output was damped by trade, with exports falling faster than imports. Private consumption and government spending were higher than in the previous three months. Investment rose despite a decline in construction.What Bloomberg’s Economists Say“The industrial sector tipped the economy into contraction in 2Q, and the risk is of further weakness in the second half of the year. If there’s any good news to take from this release, it’s that services must have continued to expand, indicating patches of resilience persist.”\--Jamie Rush.Read the full GERMANY REACTThe European Central Bank has already all but committed to hand out fresh stimulus to jump-start the economy and is forecast to cut interest rates as early as September. All that has helped push yields on German debt to record lows below zero. Earlier this month, the euro fell to the softest since mid-2017.ECB President Mario Draghi has been among the chorus of international voices pleading with Germany to loosen the purse strings after running surpluses over the past half decade.German industry has been mired in a slump as worsening trade woes and weaker global growth sap demand for machinery and cars. Industrial production suffered its biggest drop in a decade in June, and freight volumes at German airports saw the steepest decline since 2012.Among the casualties is Siemens, which said earlier this month it would struggle to meet financial goals because of a deteriorating economy and heightened political uncertainty. Automotive supplier Rheinmetall also lowered its outlook, scrapping expectations for a “tangible” recovery in the coming months.(Updates with markets in third quarter, breakdown in eighth.)\--With assistance from Kristian Siedenburg, Harumi Ichikura and Catarina Saraiva.To contact the reporter on this story: Piotr Skolimowski in Frankfurt at pskolimowski@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Paul Gordon at pgordon6@bloomberg.net, Jana Randow, Fergal O'BrienFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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  • 21/27   Did You Miss Agro Phos (India)'s (NSE:AGROPHOS) Impressive 145% Share Price Gain?
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  • 23/27   German economy contracts as export engine stutters
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    The German economy shrank in the second quarter, dragged down by a slump in exports, data showed on Wednesday, as manufacturers in Europe's largest economy struggle against weaker foreign demand and trade disputes.  Gross domestic product (GDP) fell 0.1% quarter-on-quarter after a confirmed growth rate of 0.4% in the first three months of the year, the Federal Statistics Office said.  The annual growth rate slowed to 0.4% in the second quarter from 0.7% in the first, calendar-adjusted data showed.

    The German economy shrank in the second quarter, dragged down by a slump in exports, data showed on Wednesday, as manufacturers in Europe's largest economy struggle against weaker foreign demand and trade disputes. Gross domestic product (GDP) fell 0.1% quarter-on-quarter after a confirmed growth rate of 0.4% in the first three months of the year, the Federal Statistics Office said. The annual growth rate slowed to 0.4% in the second quarter from 0.7% in the first, calendar-adjusted data showed.


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  • 24/27   Here's How P/E Ratios Can Help Us Understand AksharChem (India) Limited (NSE:AKSCHEM)
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  • 25/27   Here's Why Schoeller-Bleckmann Oilfield Equipment (VIE:SBO) Can Manage Its Debt Responsibly
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  • 26/27   Did Changing Sentiment Drive Aktia Pankki Oyj's (HEL:AKTIA) Share Price Down By 11%?
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  • 27/27   Something To Consider Before Buying S Chand and Company Limited (NSE:SCHAND) For The 2.6% Dividend
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