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  • 1/27   News Photos Slideshows
    PEOPLE TOPIC NEWS

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  • 2/27   Press Review #beamforming #microphone
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    

 - Sennheiser and Audinate present webinar on Dante and TeamConnect Ceiling 2 - Broadcasting & Cable   More Information - Microsoft improves conference room audio with AI that taps multiple mics - VentureBeat   More Information - Almo Pro A/V Adds ClearOne, Yamaha UC and MXL to Sound Options Audio Group - rAVe Publications   More Information - ClearOne Awarded New Patent Covering Augmented Beamforming Microphone Arrays by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office - GlobeNewswire   More Information - ClearOne and Shure: History of Their Legal Dispute Over Beamforming Microphone Arrays - Commercial Integrator   More Information - Microsoft uses AI to transform smartphones into meeting room mics - InAVate   More Information - Sound Bites - EE Journal   More Information - DSP Group’s SmartVoice Supports Lenovo™ Yoga™ Smart Tab with the Google Assistant™ - Yahoo Finance   More Information - ClearOne Awarded Another Patent, This One Covering Augmented Beamforming Microphone Arrays - rAVe Publications   More Information - ClearOne Beamforming Microphone Array Ceiling Tile Now Available - Commercial Integrator   More Information - ClearOne Wins 2019 rAVe Best of ISE Awards for Beamforming Microphone Array Ceiling Tile and CONVERGE Huddle Solutions - GlobeNewswire   More Information - Jetblack Uses a Plug-and-Play Yamaha UC CS-700 in 19 Conference Rooms - TechDecisions   More Information - CLEARONE AWARDED INFOCOMM BEST OF SHOW FOR ITS BEAMFORMING MIC ARRAY CEILING TILE - GlobeNewswire   More Information - ClearOne® Combines New Beamforming Microphone Array Ceiling Tile and DSP Mixer Technology in a Top-of-the-Line Video Collaboration Solution - GlobeNewswire   More Information - ClearOne Begins Worldwide Shipments of New Ceiling Tile Beamforming Mic Array - GlobeNewswire   More Information - Amazon Launches New Echo Dot, Echo, and Echo Studio in India: Features, Pricing - MySmartPrice   More Information - ClearOne Now Shipping Ceiling Tile Beamforming Mic Array - Audio Visual News Network   More Information - Shure Must Stop Selling MXA910 Ceiling-Mounted Microphone After ClearOne Secures Preliminary Injunction - Commercial Integrator   More Information - ClearOne Debuts Patented Ceiling Tile Beamforming Mic Array with a Superior Architecture for Reduced Complexity and Cost - GlobeNewswire   More Information - Sennheiser TeamConnect Ceiling 2 Microphone Certified for Microsoft Teams Rooms - Commercial Integrator   More Information


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    - Sennheiser and Audinate present webinar on Dante and TeamConnect Ceiling 2 - Broadcasting & Cable
       More Information

    - Microsoft improves conference room audio with AI that taps multiple mics - VentureBeat
       More Information

    - Almo Pro A/V Adds ClearOne, Yamaha UC and MXL to Sound Options Audio Group - rAVe Publications
       More Information

    - ClearOne Awarded New Patent Covering Augmented Beamforming Microphone Arrays by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office - GlobeNewswire
       More Information

    - ClearOne and Shure: History of Their Legal Dispute Over Beamforming Microphone Arrays - Commercial Integrator
       More Information

    - Microsoft uses AI to transform smartphones into meeting room mics - InAVate
       More Information

    - Sound Bites - EE Journal
       More Information

    - DSP Group’s SmartVoice Supports Lenovo™ Yoga™ Smart Tab with the Google Assistant™ - Yahoo Finance
       More Information

    - ClearOne Awarded Another Patent, This One Covering Augmented Beamforming Microphone Arrays - rAVe Publications
       More Information

    - ClearOne Beamforming Microphone Array Ceiling Tile Now Available - Commercial Integrator
       More Information

    - ClearOne Wins 2019 rAVe Best of ISE Awards for Beamforming Microphone Array Ceiling Tile and CONVERGE Huddle Solutions - GlobeNewswire
       More Information

    - Jetblack Uses a Plug-and-Play Yamaha UC CS-700 in 19 Conference Rooms - TechDecisions
       More Information

    - CLEARONE AWARDED INFOCOMM BEST OF SHOW FOR ITS BEAMFORMING MIC ARRAY CEILING TILE - GlobeNewswire
       More Information

    - ClearOne® Combines New Beamforming Microphone Array Ceiling Tile and DSP Mixer Technology in a Top-of-the-Line Video Collaboration Solution - GlobeNewswire
       More Information

    - ClearOne Begins Worldwide Shipments of New Ceiling Tile Beamforming Mic Array - GlobeNewswire
       More Information

    - Amazon Launches New Echo Dot, Echo, and Echo Studio in India: Features, Pricing - MySmartPrice
       More Information

    - ClearOne Now Shipping Ceiling Tile Beamforming Mic Array - Audio Visual News Network
       More Information

    - Shure Must Stop Selling MXA910 Ceiling-Mounted Microphone After ClearOne Secures Preliminary Injunction - Commercial Integrator
       More Information

    - ClearOne Debuts Patented Ceiling Tile Beamforming Mic Array with a Superior Architecture for Reduced Complexity and Cost - GlobeNewswire
       More Information

    - Sennheiser TeamConnect Ceiling 2 Microphone Certified for Microsoft Teams Rooms - Commercial Integrator
       More Information


    Did you see the #crowdfunding campaign that @whmsoft will start? #tailored #3d #vr #audio. Please share and comment. Campaign link:

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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   Oil Climbs From Near Two-Month Low as Trade Talks to Resume
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    (Bloomberg) -- Oil rose from near a two-month low as optimism the U.S. and China can make progress in trade talks offset forecasts for a fourth weekly gain in American crude stockpiles.Futures added 0.9% in New York after closing 0.1% lower Monday. Vice Premier Liu He, China’s chief trade negotiator, is set to meet with his U.S. counterparts from Thursday. American crude inventories expanded by 1.95 million barrels last week, in what would be the longest run of gains since February, according to the median estimate in a Bloomberg survey.Oil posted a second quarterly loss in the three months ended September as a global economic slowdown dented demand. The prolonged trade spat between Beijing and Washington has already almost halved oil consumption growth, Citigroup Inc. said last month. Asian stocks rose as China markets reopened after a weeklong holiday.“Renewed purchases of U.S. agricultural products by China in recent weeks has kindled hope that Beijing may secure a quid pro quo on parts of their trade” deal, said Vandana Hari, the founder of industry consultant Vanda Insights. “It remains to be seen whether a piecemeal approach would be acceptable” to President Donald Trump, she said.West Texas Intermediate for November delivery gained 45 cents to $53.20 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 7:40 a.m. London time. The contract fell 6 cents to close at $52.75 on Monday, near the lowest level since early August.Brent for December settlement increased 47 cents, or 0.8%, to $58.82 a barrel on the ICE Futures Europe Exchange after closing little changed on Monday. The global benchmark crude traded at a $5.65 premium to WTI for the same month.See also: Big Oil Is Selling Its Dirty Assets, But They Aren’t Going AwayChinese officials are signaling they’re increasingly reluctant to agree to a broad trade deal pursued by President Trump, and a move by the U.S. to place eight Chinese technology companies on a blacklist due to alleged human-rights violations may add to tensions between the two countries.U.S crude stockpiles increased by 3.1 million barrels in the week through Sept. 27 to 422.6 million, climbing for a third straight week, according to Energy Information Administration data. It was the biggest weekly gain since May.See also: Iraq May Be the Next Flash Point for Oil Markets: Ellen R. WaldTo contact the reporter on this story: Elizabeth Low in Singapore at elow39@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Serene Cheong at scheong20@bloomberg.net, Ben Sharples, Andrew JanesFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- Oil rose from near a two-month low as optimism the U.S. and China can make progress in trade talks offset forecasts for a fourth weekly gain in American crude stockpiles.Futures added 0.9% in New York after closing 0.1% lower Monday. Vice Premier Liu He, China’s chief trade negotiator, is set to meet with his U.S. counterparts from Thursday. American crude inventories expanded by 1.95 million barrels last week, in what would be the longest run of gains since February, according to the median estimate in a Bloomberg survey.Oil posted a second quarterly loss in the three months ended September as a global economic slowdown dented demand. The prolonged trade spat between Beijing and Washington has already almost halved oil consumption growth, Citigroup Inc. said last month. Asian stocks rose as China markets reopened after a weeklong holiday.“Renewed purchases of U.S. agricultural products by China in recent weeks has kindled hope that Beijing may secure a quid pro quo on parts of their trade” deal, said Vandana Hari, the founder of industry consultant Vanda Insights. “It remains to be seen whether a piecemeal approach would be acceptable” to President Donald Trump, she said.West Texas Intermediate for November delivery gained 45 cents to $53.20 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 7:40 a.m. London time. The contract fell 6 cents to close at $52.75 on Monday, near the lowest level since early August.Brent for December settlement increased 47 cents, or 0.8%, to $58.82 a barrel on the ICE Futures Europe Exchange after closing little changed on Monday. The global benchmark crude traded at a $5.65 premium to WTI for the same month.See also: Big Oil Is Selling Its Dirty Assets, But They Aren’t Going AwayChinese officials are signaling they’re increasingly reluctant to agree to a broad trade deal pursued by President Trump, and a move by the U.S. to place eight Chinese technology companies on a blacklist due to alleged human-rights violations may add to tensions between the two countries.U.S crude stockpiles increased by 3.1 million barrels in the week through Sept. 27 to 422.6 million, climbing for a third straight week, according to Energy Information Administration data. It was the biggest weekly gain since May.See also: Iraq May Be the Next Flash Point for Oil Markets: Ellen R. WaldTo contact the reporter on this story: Elizabeth Low in Singapore at elow39@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Serene Cheong at scheong20@bloomberg.net, Ben Sharples, Andrew JanesFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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  • 8/27   Should You Consider Catering International & Services Société Anonyme (EPA:CTRG)?
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    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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  • 9/27   A Look At The Intrinsic Value Of F.E. Bording A/S (CPH:BORD B)
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    How far off is F.E. Bording A/S (CPH:BORD B) from its intrinsic value? Using the most recent financial data, we'll...

    How far off is F.E. Bording A/S (CPH:BORD B) from its intrinsic value? Using the most recent financial data, we'll...


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  • 10/27   UK economy starts to shows cracks under Brexit and global strains
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    Britain's economy is increasingly showing signs of strain as the Brexit crisis and the global slowdown intensify, with the loss of momentum appearing to spread to areas which have hitherto been sources of growth.  Confidence among businesses has ebbed to its lowest levels since the global financial crisis.  The labour market, which has long been a silver lining for the economy, is also starting to show signs of slowing, raising questions about the strength of consumer spending.

    Britain's economy is increasingly showing signs of strain as the Brexit crisis and the global slowdown intensify, with the loss of momentum appearing to spread to areas which have hitherto been sources of growth. Confidence among businesses has ebbed to its lowest levels since the global financial crisis. The labour market, which has long been a silver lining for the economy, is also starting to show signs of slowing, raising questions about the strength of consumer spending.


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  • 11/27   Hong Kong abandons bid for London Stock Exchange - live updates
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    Hong Kong bourse scraps £32bn bid for London Stock Exchange Tories risk trashing their reputation for competence with Corbynesque spending spree, IFS warns European stocks push higher despite gloomy German economic data  Wall Street finishes in the red, Asia edges higher Matthew Lynn: This decade has been pretty average for investment returns – but the 2020s will be worse 7:39AM Hong Kong/LSE: The numbers behind the failed deal Hong Kong's stock exchange has been forced to scrap its £32bn bid for the London Stock Exchange.  The proposed deal was met with scepticism by investors and suspicion among politicians. Even if the deal's economics had been made to work, there would have been plenty of regulatory hurdles to jump, as we have explained previously on Telegraph Business.  Here are some of the key numbers behind the two companies: HKEX v LSE - A tale of two stock exchanges  The failed bid may yet have a legacy in shaping the UK's approach to regulating foreign takeovers in the future. Our Mergers and Acquisitions reporter Vinjeru Mkandawire took a look previously at how the Hong Kong bid had sparked debate on the rules regarding foreign takeovers:  Hong Kong’s bid for London Stock Exchange stirs debate on foreign buyers 7:21AM Agenda: Hong Kong abandons bid for London Stock Exchange Good morning. The Hong Kong Stock Exchange has dropped its multibillion-dollar bid for the prized London Stock Exchange Group, which would have created a global markets titan. We'll be bringing you all the latest news on that story which broke overnight.  Elsewhere, official German data yesterday showed a drop in industrial orders in August but the news failed to shake European stocks, which pushed higher to close in positive territory. US stocks however fluctuated throughout the day ahead of a meeting between the US and China later this week. 5 things to start your day 1) The Conservatives risk trashing their reputation for sound financial management after experts warned that day-to-day spending is set to surge to levels promised by Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party. Boris Johnson’s new Government is “now adrift without any effective fiscal anchor” and will break its budget rules in its first full year, the Institute for Fiscal Studies said. 2) Could Red October torpedo your stocks again? While traders will be praying to escape unscathed, doomsayers (and admittedly some financial journalists) are rubbing their hands with glee. The previous years when October proved brutal stand long in the memory. 1929, 1987, 2008, 2018 - and now 2019?  3) Walmart plays nice: How retail giant is battling its image problem. The retail behemoth, which started life as Sam Walton’s Five and Dime store in Bentonville, Arkansas in 1950, has not always enjoyed the best of reputations. 4) The Turkish lira slumped to its lowest level against the dollar in more than a month following Donald Trump’s threats to “totally destroy and obliterate” Turkey’s economy. The currency fell as much as 2.1pc to 5.8178 (81p) against the dollar yesterday, its lowest level since September 3. ....the captured ISIS fighters and families. The U.S. has done far more than anyone could have ever expected, including the capture of 100% of the ISIS Caliphate. It is time now for others in the region, some of great wealth, to protect their own territory. THE USA IS GREAT!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 7, 2019 5) A Hong Kong raider targeting the London Stock Exchange may be forced to rack up massive debts as it scrambles to sweeten its £32bn bid in the face of sceptical investors. Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has only won the backing of one shareholder among the top 10 since making its audacious offer for the London market (LSE) last month, sources said. What happened overnight Hong Kong's bourse on Tuesday dropped its unsolicited $39 billion bid for London Stock Exchange Group (LSE), conceding it hadn't won over LSE management for a move that could have transformed both global financial services businesses. The surprise approach, made last month, had threatened to upend the LSE's own $27 billion plan to buy data and analytics company Refinitiv. The Hong Kong exchange had said the LSE would have to ditch the Refinitiv purchase for its offer to go ahead. In a statement on Tuesday, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEX), said it still believed the combination of the two exchanges would be "strategically compelling". In the markets, meanwhile, Asian shares inched up, with Chinese shares making modest gains after a week-long holiday, though investors remained cautious over US-China trade talks after President Donald Trump said a quick trade deal was unlikely. Japan's Nikkei climbed 1pc while MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.7pc, led by gains in tech shares in South Korea and Taiwan. South Korea's Samsung Electronics rose 1.2pc after its profit guidance. The semiconductor firm said its third-quarter operating profit likely fell 56pc on a downturn in global memory chip prices, but that was better than what analysts had anticipated. Taiwan's stock index gained 0.7pc to hit five-month highs while Hong Kong shares extended gains after the territory's leader said she had no plans to use the emergency regulation ordinance to introduce other laws. Shanghai shares rose 0.3pc after the week-long break though gains were led mainly by defensive shares ahead of the crucial trade talks. Coming up today Turbulence puns are well-worn when it comes to the performance of Britain’s airlines, but easyJet truly has been flying through a storm in recent months: a sharp oil price spike following the attack on Saudi oil facilities, offset by a wider fall; the collapse of rival Thomas Cook; major rivals hit by strike action; and difficulties faced by several of its sector rivals. After a record loss in the first half of the year, it could be on course for a record profit in the second, says Hargreaves Lansdown’s Nicholas Hyett. “Take fuel out of the equation, and other operating costs are one of the important areas in which airlines can influence their own destiny,” says Hyett. “The focus on reducing non-fuel costs looks set to deliver better results in the second half, having fallen 4pc in the third quarter. That’s despite an improved pay deal for staff, and sustainable progress here would set easyJet up well for next year.” Preliminary results: YouGov Trading update: EasyJet, Electrocomponents, Ferrexpo Economics: PPI (US)

    Hong Kong bourse scraps £32bn bid for London Stock Exchange Tories risk trashing their reputation for competence with Corbynesque spending spree, IFS warns European stocks push higher despite gloomy German economic data  Wall Street finishes in the red, Asia edges higher Matthew Lynn: This decade has been pretty average for investment returns – but the 2020s will be worse 7:39AM Hong Kong/LSE: The numbers behind the failed deal Hong Kong's stock exchange has been forced to scrap its £32bn bid for the London Stock Exchange.  The proposed deal was met with scepticism by investors and suspicion among politicians. Even if the deal's economics had been made to work, there would have been plenty of regulatory hurdles to jump, as we have explained previously on Telegraph Business.  Here are some of the key numbers behind the two companies: HKEX v LSE - A tale of two stock exchanges  The failed bid may yet have a legacy in shaping the UK's approach to regulating foreign takeovers in the future. Our Mergers and Acquisitions reporter Vinjeru Mkandawire took a look previously at how the Hong Kong bid had sparked debate on the rules regarding foreign takeovers:  Hong Kong’s bid for London Stock Exchange stirs debate on foreign buyers 7:21AM Agenda: Hong Kong abandons bid for London Stock Exchange Good morning. The Hong Kong Stock Exchange has dropped its multibillion-dollar bid for the prized London Stock Exchange Group, which would have created a global markets titan. We'll be bringing you all the latest news on that story which broke overnight.  Elsewhere, official German data yesterday showed a drop in industrial orders in August but the news failed to shake European stocks, which pushed higher to close in positive territory. US stocks however fluctuated throughout the day ahead of a meeting between the US and China later this week. 5 things to start your day 1) The Conservatives risk trashing their reputation for sound financial management after experts warned that day-to-day spending is set to surge to levels promised by Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party. Boris Johnson’s new Government is “now adrift without any effective fiscal anchor” and will break its budget rules in its first full year, the Institute for Fiscal Studies said. 2) Could Red October torpedo your stocks again? While traders will be praying to escape unscathed, doomsayers (and admittedly some financial journalists) are rubbing their hands with glee. The previous years when October proved brutal stand long in the memory. 1929, 1987, 2008, 2018 - and now 2019?  3) Walmart plays nice: How retail giant is battling its image problem. The retail behemoth, which started life as Sam Walton’s Five and Dime store in Bentonville, Arkansas in 1950, has not always enjoyed the best of reputations. 4) The Turkish lira slumped to its lowest level against the dollar in more than a month following Donald Trump’s threats to “totally destroy and obliterate” Turkey’s economy. The currency fell as much as 2.1pc to 5.8178 (81p) against the dollar yesterday, its lowest level since September 3. ....the captured ISIS fighters and families. The U.S. has done far more than anyone could have ever expected, including the capture of 100% of the ISIS Caliphate. It is time now for others in the region, some of great wealth, to protect their own territory. THE USA IS GREAT!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 7, 2019 5) A Hong Kong raider targeting the London Stock Exchange may be forced to rack up massive debts as it scrambles to sweeten its £32bn bid in the face of sceptical investors. Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has only won the backing of one shareholder among the top 10 since making its audacious offer for the London market (LSE) last month, sources said. What happened overnight Hong Kong's bourse on Tuesday dropped its unsolicited $39 billion bid for London Stock Exchange Group (LSE), conceding it hadn't won over LSE management for a move that could have transformed both global financial services businesses. The surprise approach, made last month, had threatened to upend the LSE's own $27 billion plan to buy data and analytics company Refinitiv. The Hong Kong exchange had said the LSE would have to ditch the Refinitiv purchase for its offer to go ahead. In a statement on Tuesday, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEX), said it still believed the combination of the two exchanges would be "strategically compelling". In the markets, meanwhile, Asian shares inched up, with Chinese shares making modest gains after a week-long holiday, though investors remained cautious over US-China trade talks after President Donald Trump said a quick trade deal was unlikely. Japan's Nikkei climbed 1pc while MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.7pc, led by gains in tech shares in South Korea and Taiwan. South Korea's Samsung Electronics rose 1.2pc after its profit guidance. The semiconductor firm said its third-quarter operating profit likely fell 56pc on a downturn in global memory chip prices, but that was better than what analysts had anticipated. Taiwan's stock index gained 0.7pc to hit five-month highs while Hong Kong shares extended gains after the territory's leader said she had no plans to use the emergency regulation ordinance to introduce other laws. Shanghai shares rose 0.3pc after the week-long break though gains were led mainly by defensive shares ahead of the crucial trade talks. Coming up today Turbulence puns are well-worn when it comes to the performance of Britain’s airlines, but easyJet truly has been flying through a storm in recent months: a sharp oil price spike following the attack on Saudi oil facilities, offset by a wider fall; the collapse of rival Thomas Cook; major rivals hit by strike action; and difficulties faced by several of its sector rivals. After a record loss in the first half of the year, it could be on course for a record profit in the second, says Hargreaves Lansdown’s Nicholas Hyett. “Take fuel out of the equation, and other operating costs are one of the important areas in which airlines can influence their own destiny,” says Hyett. “The focus on reducing non-fuel costs looks set to deliver better results in the second half, having fallen 4pc in the third quarter. That’s despite an improved pay deal for staff, and sustainable progress here would set easyJet up well for next year.” Preliminary results: YouGov Trading update: EasyJet, Electrocomponents, Ferrexpo Economics: PPI (US)


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  • 12/27   Why Klassik Radio AG (ETR:KA8) Could Have A Place In Your Portfolio
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  • 13/27   SoftBank’s Damage From Uber, WeWork Could Exceed $5 Billion
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    (Bloomberg) -- Masayoshi Son’s startups have had a rough few months, from a botched initial public offering by WeWork to a sharp decline in shares of Uber Technologies Inc. Now analysts are beginning to calculate that the damage for Son’s SoftBank Group Corp. will likely reach into the billions of dollars.Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co. cut its profit estimate for SoftBank’s Vision Fund, its main investment vehicle, by 580 billion yen ($5.4 billion) to an operating loss of 367.6 billion yen for the September quarter, citing declines in the stock prices of Uber and Slack Technologies Inc. and the withdrawn WeWork IPO. Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. estimates that Vision Fund’s writedown alone could be as much as $5.93 billion, with another $1.24 billion drop for the portion of WeWork owned by SoftBank Group.Son is going through a particularly rocky stretch after repositioning SoftBank from a telecom operator into an investment conglomerate, with stakes in scores of startups around the world. He built a personal fortune of about $14 billion with strategic bets on companies such as China e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. But the recent troubles have weighed on SoftBank’s shares, pushing them down about 30% from their peak earlier this year as investors grow skittish about startup valuations.“Profits in the [SoftBank Vision Fund] segment may still see considerable volatility ahead,” Mitsubishi UFJ analyst Hideaki Tanaka wrote.Uber’s share price drop was the main culprit for Vision Fund’s poor performance in the second quarter, Tanaka wrote. He also reduced SoftBank Group’s fiscal year operating profit to 1.01 trillion yen, from 1.59 trillion yen.SoftBank may book a $3.54 billion drop in the value of its Uber stake, a $750 million decline for Guardant Health Inc. and take a $350 million hit for Slack, according to Chris Lane, an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein. Lane said the combined writedown for WeWork may be as much as $2.82 billion, assuming a slide in the company’s valuation to $15 billion from $24 billion, but remains uncertain. He said his estimates represent a worst-case scenario and may be offset by gains from other unlisted companies.In an interview with the Nikkei Business magazine, Son said he is unhappy with how far short his accomplishments to date have fallen of his goals.“The results still have a long way to go and that makes me embarrassed and impatient,” Son said. “I used to envy the scale of the markets in the U.S. and China, but now you see red-hot growth companies coming out of small markets like in Southeast Asia. There is just no excuse for entrepreneurs in Japan, myself included.”“It only just began and I feel there is tremendous potential there,” Son told Nikkei Business. The strategy is to invest in companies that share his vision of a world being reshaped by artificial intelligence, he said.SoftBank Gives ‘Very Public Lesson’ to Founders in WeWork OusterWeWork and Uber may be losing money now, but they will be substantially profitable in 10 years’ time, Son said in the interview. At a private retreat for portfolio companies late last month he had a different message: become profitable soon. At the gathering, held at the five-star Langham resort in Pasadena, California, Son also stressed the importance of good governance. Just days later, SoftBank led the ouster of WeWork’s controversial co-founder Adam Neumann.(Updates with Sanford C. Bernstein’s projections from second paragraph)To contact the reporters on this story: Pavel Alpeyev in Tokyo at palpeyev@bloomberg.net;Takahiko Hyuga in Tokyo at thyuga@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Peter Elstrom at pelstrom@bloomberg.net, Edwin ChanFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- Masayoshi Son’s startups have had a rough few months, from a botched initial public offering by WeWork to a sharp decline in shares of Uber Technologies Inc. Now analysts are beginning to calculate that the damage for Son’s SoftBank Group Corp. will likely reach into the billions of dollars.Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co. cut its profit estimate for SoftBank’s Vision Fund, its main investment vehicle, by 580 billion yen ($5.4 billion) to an operating loss of 367.6 billion yen for the September quarter, citing declines in the stock prices of Uber and Slack Technologies Inc. and the withdrawn WeWork IPO. Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. estimates that Vision Fund’s writedown alone could be as much as $5.93 billion, with another $1.24 billion drop for the portion of WeWork owned by SoftBank Group.Son is going through a particularly rocky stretch after repositioning SoftBank from a telecom operator into an investment conglomerate, with stakes in scores of startups around the world. He built a personal fortune of about $14 billion with strategic bets on companies such as China e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. But the recent troubles have weighed on SoftBank’s shares, pushing them down about 30% from their peak earlier this year as investors grow skittish about startup valuations.“Profits in the [SoftBank Vision Fund] segment may still see considerable volatility ahead,” Mitsubishi UFJ analyst Hideaki Tanaka wrote.Uber’s share price drop was the main culprit for Vision Fund’s poor performance in the second quarter, Tanaka wrote. He also reduced SoftBank Group’s fiscal year operating profit to 1.01 trillion yen, from 1.59 trillion yen.SoftBank may book a $3.54 billion drop in the value of its Uber stake, a $750 million decline for Guardant Health Inc. and take a $350 million hit for Slack, according to Chris Lane, an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein. Lane said the combined writedown for WeWork may be as much as $2.82 billion, assuming a slide in the company’s valuation to $15 billion from $24 billion, but remains uncertain. He said his estimates represent a worst-case scenario and may be offset by gains from other unlisted companies.In an interview with the Nikkei Business magazine, Son said he is unhappy with how far short his accomplishments to date have fallen of his goals.“The results still have a long way to go and that makes me embarrassed and impatient,” Son said. “I used to envy the scale of the markets in the U.S. and China, but now you see red-hot growth companies coming out of small markets like in Southeast Asia. There is just no excuse for entrepreneurs in Japan, myself included.”“It only just began and I feel there is tremendous potential there,” Son told Nikkei Business. The strategy is to invest in companies that share his vision of a world being reshaped by artificial intelligence, he said.SoftBank Gives ‘Very Public Lesson’ to Founders in WeWork OusterWeWork and Uber may be losing money now, but they will be substantially profitable in 10 years’ time, Son said in the interview. At a private retreat for portfolio companies late last month he had a different message: become profitable soon. At the gathering, held at the five-star Langham resort in Pasadena, California, Son also stressed the importance of good governance. Just days later, SoftBank led the ouster of WeWork’s controversial co-founder Adam Neumann.(Updates with Sanford C. Bernstein’s projections from second paragraph)To contact the reporters on this story: Pavel Alpeyev in Tokyo at palpeyev@bloomberg.net;Takahiko Hyuga in Tokyo at thyuga@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Peter Elstrom at pelstrom@bloomberg.net, Edwin ChanFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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  • 14/27   Estimating The Intrinsic Value Of J D Wetherspoon plc (LON:JDW)
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  • 15/27   If You Had Bought Northeast Electric Development (HKG:42) Stock Three Years Ago, You'd Be Sitting On A 81% Loss, Today
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  • 16/27   German Factories Feed Unexpected Rebound in Industrial Output
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    (Bloomberg) -- Explore what’s moving the global economy in the new season of the Stephanomics podcast. Subscribe via Pocket Cast or iTunes.A jump in manufacturing fueled a surprise improvement in German industrial production following two months of decline. While good news, the development will do little to alleviate concerns about intensifying trade tensions and waning business confidence.Output rose 0.3% from July, despite a big drop in energy, compared with economist estimates for no change. The outlook for Europe’s largest economy remains uncertain, with production down 4% on the year and shrinking factory orders signaling that no real turning point is in sight.The euro slightly extended its gain against the dollar after the report, and was up 0.1% to $1.0982 as of 8:29 a.m. Frankfurt time.The numbers come on the heels of a report Monday that showed factory orders continuing to fall. The malaise has started to spread to other parts of the economy, raising the risk of a recession in Europe’s largest economy. Manufacturing, which accounts for some 23% of output, dropped an annual 4.9% in the second quarter.The industrial-led downturn is dragging on the broader euro area as well, prompting another round of monetary stimulus from the European Central Bank and pleas to the German government to deploy fiscal stimulus.What Bloomberg’s Economists Say...“Whether the economy as a whole shrank in 3Q depends on how services have performed. Leading indicators point to further weakness ahead and the damage appears to be spreading to services. The main sources of the malaise -- huge uncertainty over trade and slowing global investment -- are not going away.”\-- Jamie Rush. Read the GERMANY REACTThere’s been little in the way of good news for the region’s manufacturers.The U.S. is set to levy import duties on billions of dollars of European products starting next week, and Chinese officials have signaled they’re increasingly reluctant to agree to a broad trade deal pursued by President Donald Trump. Meanwhile prospects of a Brexit deal have faded after talks stalled and European leaders cast doubt on reaching an agreement in time for the Oct. 31 deadline.“Despite the recent slight revival, industry remains mired in a downturn,” the economy ministry said in a statement Tuesday, pointing to particular troubles in the auto sector. “Weakness in demand persists.”Germany’s economy has had periods of volatile growth in the past and a technical recession -- two quarters of contraction -- isn’t unique. The risk is that all of the external pressure continues to mount, creating a deeper and more long-lasting slump.A measure of investor confidence for Germany is at its lowest level in a decade, while German bond yields have fallen far below zero.Economists predict growth of just 0.5% this year. That would be the weakest full-year expansion since 2013.The ECB last month cut interest rates and announced it would restart bond purchases to help the euro zone. President Mario Draghi coupled that with a demand for government support. He said its “high time” for fiscal policy to play its part, and nations with space to act -- such as Germany -- should do so.\--With assistance from Kristian Siedenburg and Harumi Ichikura.To contact the reporter on this story: Yuko Takeo in Frankfurt at ytakeo2@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) -- Explore what’s moving the global economy in the new season of the Stephanomics podcast. Subscribe via Pocket Cast or iTunes.A jump in manufacturing fueled a surprise improvement in German industrial production following two months of decline. While good news, the development will do little to alleviate concerns about intensifying trade tensions and waning business confidence.Output rose 0.3% from July, despite a big drop in energy, compared with economist estimates for no change. The outlook for Europe’s largest economy remains uncertain, with production down 4% on the year and shrinking factory orders signaling that no real turning point is in sight.The euro slightly extended its gain against the dollar after the report, and was up 0.1% to $1.0982 as of 8:29 a.m. Frankfurt time.The numbers come on the heels of a report Monday that showed factory orders continuing to fall. The malaise has started to spread to other parts of the economy, raising the risk of a recession in Europe’s largest economy. Manufacturing, which accounts for some 23% of output, dropped an annual 4.9% in the second quarter.The industrial-led downturn is dragging on the broader euro area as well, prompting another round of monetary stimulus from the European Central Bank and pleas to the German government to deploy fiscal stimulus.What Bloomberg’s Economists Say...“Whether the economy as a whole shrank in 3Q depends on how services have performed. Leading indicators point to further weakness ahead and the damage appears to be spreading to services. The main sources of the malaise -- huge uncertainty over trade and slowing global investment -- are not going away.”\-- Jamie Rush. Read the GERMANY REACTThere’s been little in the way of good news for the region’s manufacturers.The U.S. is set to levy import duties on billions of dollars of European products starting next week, and Chinese officials have signaled they’re increasingly reluctant to agree to a broad trade deal pursued by President Donald Trump. Meanwhile prospects of a Brexit deal have faded after talks stalled and European leaders cast doubt on reaching an agreement in time for the Oct. 31 deadline.“Despite the recent slight revival, industry remains mired in a downturn,” the economy ministry said in a statement Tuesday, pointing to particular troubles in the auto sector. “Weakness in demand persists.”Germany’s economy has had periods of volatile growth in the past and a technical recession -- two quarters of contraction -- isn’t unique. The risk is that all of the external pressure continues to mount, creating a deeper and more long-lasting slump.A measure of investor confidence for Germany is at its lowest level in a decade, while German bond yields have fallen far below zero.Economists predict growth of just 0.5% this year. That would be the weakest full-year expansion since 2013.The ECB last month cut interest rates and announced it would restart bond purchases to help the euro zone. President Mario Draghi coupled that with a demand for government support. He said its “high time” for fiscal policy to play its part, and nations with space to act -- such as Germany -- should do so.\--With assistance from Kristian Siedenburg and Harumi Ichikura.To contact the reporter on this story: Yuko Takeo in Frankfurt at ytakeo2@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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  • 17/27   What Does Linc Pen & Plastics Limited’s (NSE:LINCPENQ) 13% ROCE Say About The Business?
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  • 18/27   If You Had Bought NagaCorp (HKG:3918) Shares Three Years Ago You'd Have Made 165%
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  • 19/27   Whither Yuan, Brazil Pensions?: Survey on Key EM Questions
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    (Bloomberg) -- After their worst quarter of the year, emerging-market assets head into the final three months of the year facing a set of issues that are just as likely to be obstacles as triggers to a recovery.The following are responses from 54 investors, strategists and traders across the globe to five questions with potential bearing on developing-nation assets. The survey was conducted Sept. 19-30.Read more: Emerging-Market Yield Hunt Will Trump Trade Wars for Now: Survey1\. Yuan and trade warWith lingering U.S.-China trade tensions, is it more likely for the yuan to strengthen beyond 6.95 per dollar offshore or fall past 7.25 by the end of 2019?Almost two-thirds of the survey respondents expect a further escalation in trade tensions, and a corresponding weakening in the yuan. The offshore yuan rose 0.1% to 7.1248 per dollar as of 2:25 p.m. in Singapore.Read here about potential emerging-currency reactions to any trade deal.2\. China monetary easingWith increasing concerns about China’s economic slowdown, do you expect concerted monetary policy easing from China by the end of 2019?Over three-quarters of survey participants expect concerted easing from the People’s Bank of China. Authorities have so far refrained from large-scale stimulus, which could hinder their efforts to reduce financial leverage.Investors see the PBOC’s one-year medium lending facility rate, paid by commercial banks borrowing medium-term facilities from the central bank, to be trimmed to 3.1% by year-end from 3.3% currently, based on an average of 19 respondents. And the required reserve ratio for major banks, or the share of funds lenders must hold in reserve, will be reduced to 12% from 13%, according to the average of 25 respondents.3\. Key Brazil reformWill Brazil pass the final vote on the pension bill before the year-end?Three-quarters of the survey participants expect Brazil’s pension-reform bill to be approved this year, seen as a key move toward fiscal discipline in Latin America’s largest economy. Upside to Brazilian bonds may be limited given the powerful rally they have seen in recent quarters, however, analysts say. Central bank rate cuts have also already boosted Brazilian debt.Read more here about the pension bill.4\. Rating South AfricaWill South Africa hold on to its sole investment-grade rating from Moody’s in 2019?A majority of those surveyed expect the country to stay out of junk territory in the assessment of Moody’s Investor Service. That’s despite financial markets pricing in a downgrade for months. Both the S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings cut their assessments to junk in 2017.Seen as crucial to the judgment: South Africa’s plan for troubled state-owned utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., which saw its stand-alone rating lowered deeper into junk by Fitch on Oct. 1. Underlying these fiscal issues are South Africa’s growth concerns, with the economy having entered its 70th month of a weakening cycle in September.5\. U.S. rate assumptionWith U.S. rates having a strong bearing on emerging-market assets, is the 10-year Treasury yield more likely to rise above 2.4% or fall below 1.4% by the end of 2019?Over three-quarters of survey participants expect the benchmark to end the year lower than the current 1.58%, possibly below 1.40%. The yield has dropped more than a percentage point this year.Emerging-market debt has been a beneficiary of lower U.S. rates -- in particular, dollar-denominated bonds. The hard-currency debt has outperformed local-currency bonds so far this year, in part due to a strengthening dollar.\--With assistance from Tomoko Yamazaki, Simon Flint, Aline Oyamada, Adrian Krajewski, Áine Quinn, Ben Bartenstein, Colleen Goko, Josue Leonel, Justin Villamil, Lilian Karunungan, Paul Wallace and Matt Turner.To contact the reporters on this story: Marcus Wong in Singapore at mwong547@bloomberg.net;Yumi Teso in Bangkok at yteso1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Tomoko Yamazaki at tyamazaki@bloomberg.net, Christopher AnsteyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- After their worst quarter of the year, emerging-market assets head into the final three months of the year facing a set of issues that are just as likely to be obstacles as triggers to a recovery.The following are responses from 54 investors, strategists and traders across the globe to five questions with potential bearing on developing-nation assets. The survey was conducted Sept. 19-30.Read more: Emerging-Market Yield Hunt Will Trump Trade Wars for Now: Survey1\. Yuan and trade warWith lingering U.S.-China trade tensions, is it more likely for the yuan to strengthen beyond 6.95 per dollar offshore or fall past 7.25 by the end of 2019?Almost two-thirds of the survey respondents expect a further escalation in trade tensions, and a corresponding weakening in the yuan. The offshore yuan rose 0.1% to 7.1248 per dollar as of 2:25 p.m. in Singapore.Read here about potential emerging-currency reactions to any trade deal.2\. China monetary easingWith increasing concerns about China’s economic slowdown, do you expect concerted monetary policy easing from China by the end of 2019?Over three-quarters of survey participants expect concerted easing from the People’s Bank of China. Authorities have so far refrained from large-scale stimulus, which could hinder their efforts to reduce financial leverage.Investors see the PBOC’s one-year medium lending facility rate, paid by commercial banks borrowing medium-term facilities from the central bank, to be trimmed to 3.1% by year-end from 3.3% currently, based on an average of 19 respondents. And the required reserve ratio for major banks, or the share of funds lenders must hold in reserve, will be reduced to 12% from 13%, according to the average of 25 respondents.3\. Key Brazil reformWill Brazil pass the final vote on the pension bill before the year-end?Three-quarters of the survey participants expect Brazil’s pension-reform bill to be approved this year, seen as a key move toward fiscal discipline in Latin America’s largest economy. Upside to Brazilian bonds may be limited given the powerful rally they have seen in recent quarters, however, analysts say. Central bank rate cuts have also already boosted Brazilian debt.Read more here about the pension bill.4\. Rating South AfricaWill South Africa hold on to its sole investment-grade rating from Moody’s in 2019?A majority of those surveyed expect the country to stay out of junk territory in the assessment of Moody’s Investor Service. That’s despite financial markets pricing in a downgrade for months. Both the S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings cut their assessments to junk in 2017.Seen as crucial to the judgment: South Africa’s plan for troubled state-owned utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., which saw its stand-alone rating lowered deeper into junk by Fitch on Oct. 1. Underlying these fiscal issues are South Africa’s growth concerns, with the economy having entered its 70th month of a weakening cycle in September.5\. U.S. rate assumptionWith U.S. rates having a strong bearing on emerging-market assets, is the 10-year Treasury yield more likely to rise above 2.4% or fall below 1.4% by the end of 2019?Over three-quarters of survey participants expect the benchmark to end the year lower than the current 1.58%, possibly below 1.40%. The yield has dropped more than a percentage point this year.Emerging-market debt has been a beneficiary of lower U.S. rates -- in particular, dollar-denominated bonds. The hard-currency debt has outperformed local-currency bonds so far this year, in part due to a strengthening dollar.\--With assistance from Tomoko Yamazaki, Simon Flint, Aline Oyamada, Adrian Krajewski, Áine Quinn, Ben Bartenstein, Colleen Goko, Josue Leonel, Justin Villamil, Lilian Karunungan, Paul Wallace and Matt Turner.To contact the reporters on this story: Marcus Wong in Singapore at mwong547@bloomberg.net;Yumi Teso in Bangkok at yteso1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Tomoko Yamazaki at tyamazaki@bloomberg.net, Christopher AnsteyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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  • 20/27   Japan Stocks Rise on Renewed Expectations for Trade Negotiations
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    (Bloomberg) -- Japanese stocks advanced as investors saw signs of U.S.-China trade negotiations moving forward.Electric appliance and chemical companies provided the biggest boosts to the benchmark gauge. The yen fell 0.1% to 107.39 against the dollar.U.S. and China are scheduled for high-level trade talks to begin Thursday in Washington. President Donald Trump said at the White House that talks with China have been going well, though “we’ll see whether or not a deal can be made.“ Earlier, Fox News, citing the Chinese Commerce Ministry, reported that China is prepared to set a timetable for working out more difficult issues next year in trade talks with the U.S.“It’s very likely that the talks will result in a mini deal, with homework left to be solved, such as the technology transfer issue,” said Ayako Sera, a market strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank Ltd. in Tokyo. “Markets are expecting some form of a deal to come out of the talks, but it won’t be enough to make investors completely optimistic.”The Trump administration also put eight Chinese technology companies -- including surveillance companies Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co. and Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co. -- on a U.S. blacklist, accusing them of being implicated in human rights violations.“China appears to be showing its firm stance on trade without leaving the negotiation table,” said Hideyuki Ishiguro, senior strategist at Daiwa Securities Co. “If they work on the deal one step at a time and reach a final agreement, it would be positive for the market.”SummaryTopix +0.9% to 1,586.50 at close in TokyoNikkei 225 +1% to 21,587.78Electric Appliances +1%, Chemicals +1.4%To contact the reporters on this story: Shoko Oda in Tokyo at soda13@bloomberg.net;Toshiro Hasegawa in Tokyo at thasegawa6@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lianting Tu at ltu4@bloomberg.net, Naoto Hosoda, Kurt SchusslerFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- Japanese stocks advanced as investors saw signs of U.S.-China trade negotiations moving forward.Electric appliance and chemical companies provided the biggest boosts to the benchmark gauge. The yen fell 0.1% to 107.39 against the dollar.U.S. and China are scheduled for high-level trade talks to begin Thursday in Washington. President Donald Trump said at the White House that talks with China have been going well, though “we’ll see whether or not a deal can be made.“ Earlier, Fox News, citing the Chinese Commerce Ministry, reported that China is prepared to set a timetable for working out more difficult issues next year in trade talks with the U.S.“It’s very likely that the talks will result in a mini deal, with homework left to be solved, such as the technology transfer issue,” said Ayako Sera, a market strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank Ltd. in Tokyo. “Markets are expecting some form of a deal to come out of the talks, but it won’t be enough to make investors completely optimistic.”The Trump administration also put eight Chinese technology companies -- including surveillance companies Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co. and Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co. -- on a U.S. blacklist, accusing them of being implicated in human rights violations.“China appears to be showing its firm stance on trade without leaving the negotiation table,” said Hideyuki Ishiguro, senior strategist at Daiwa Securities Co. “If they work on the deal one step at a time and reach a final agreement, it would be positive for the market.”SummaryTopix +0.9% to 1,586.50 at close in TokyoNikkei 225 +1% to 21,587.78Electric Appliances +1%, Chemicals +1.4%To contact the reporters on this story: Shoko Oda in Tokyo at soda13@bloomberg.net;Toshiro Hasegawa in Tokyo at thasegawa6@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lianting Tu at ltu4@bloomberg.net, Naoto Hosoda, Kurt SchusslerFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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  • 21/27   Introducing China Starch Holdings (HKG:3838), The Stock That Dropped 33% In The Last Year
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  • 22/27   Can IDE Group Holdings plc's (LON:IDE) ROE Continue To Surpass The Industry Average?
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  • 23/27   What Percentage Of Firefly AB (publ) (STO:FIRE) Shares Do Insiders Own?
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  • 24/27   Should You Be Worried About Rane Holdings Limited's (NSE:RANEHOLDIN) 8.1% Return On Equity?
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  • 25/27   Wirecard Boosts 2025 Profit Forecast on Growth, SoftBank Deal
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    (Bloomberg) -- Wirecard AG raised its long-term outlook, saying it expects operating profit to climb to more than 3.8 billion euros ($4.2 billion) in 2025 on growth in online payments and partnerships with the likes of SoftBank Group Corp.That’s a boost of about 15% from a previous forecast of more than 3.3 billion euros of earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. The German payments firm also increased its sales forecast to more than 12 billion euros by 2025, up from more than 10 billion euros, it said Tuesday.“In addition to ongoing success with smaller and medium-sized customers and business partners, the increased focus on large companies will lead to a significant increase in transaction volumes -- while at the same time realizing profitable economies of scale,” Wirecard said in a statement released ahead of an investor meeting in New York later Tuesday.Wirecard, which raised its profit outlook for this year in August, in recent months won clients including home-improvement retailer Leroy Merlin in Brazil and African airline Royal Air Maroc. The company is developing new finance products with Auto1 Group, the used-car-sales platform backed by Japan’s SoftBank.A series of Financial Times reports on suspicions of fraud at some units in Asia caused the payment firm’s shares to whipsaw earlier this year. Wirecard found accounting quality issues at a software license business and is bolstering compliance procedures by conducting more audits, tightening payments processes and improving training.SoftBank said in April it would invest $1 billion via convertible bonds into Wirecard, opening up its portfolio of startups to pen their own deals with the payments company.To contact the reporter on this story: Elisabeth Behrmann in Munich at ebehrmann1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Anthony Palazzo at apalazzo@bloomberg.net, Stefan Nicola, Andrew BlackmanFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- Wirecard AG raised its long-term outlook, saying it expects operating profit to climb to more than 3.8 billion euros ($4.2 billion) in 2025 on growth in online payments and partnerships with the likes of SoftBank Group Corp.That’s a boost of about 15% from a previous forecast of more than 3.3 billion euros of earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. The German payments firm also increased its sales forecast to more than 12 billion euros by 2025, up from more than 10 billion euros, it said Tuesday.“In addition to ongoing success with smaller and medium-sized customers and business partners, the increased focus on large companies will lead to a significant increase in transaction volumes -- while at the same time realizing profitable economies of scale,” Wirecard said in a statement released ahead of an investor meeting in New York later Tuesday.Wirecard, which raised its profit outlook for this year in August, in recent months won clients including home-improvement retailer Leroy Merlin in Brazil and African airline Royal Air Maroc. The company is developing new finance products with Auto1 Group, the used-car-sales platform backed by Japan’s SoftBank.A series of Financial Times reports on suspicions of fraud at some units in Asia caused the payment firm’s shares to whipsaw earlier this year. Wirecard found accounting quality issues at a software license business and is bolstering compliance procedures by conducting more audits, tightening payments processes and improving training.SoftBank said in April it would invest $1 billion via convertible bonds into Wirecard, opening up its portfolio of startups to pen their own deals with the payments company.To contact the reporter on this story: Elisabeth Behrmann in Munich at ebehrmann1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Anthony Palazzo at apalazzo@bloomberg.net, Stefan Nicola, Andrew BlackmanFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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