Nestle, Unilever Q1 sales looking healthier
April 19, 2018

Food group Nestle confirms its full-year guidance after organic sales growth accelerated to 2.8 percent in the first quarter of 2018. As Laura Frykberg reports, rival Unilever also reported first-quarter sales figures that met expectations and maintained its full-year outlook.


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Commodities, resource stocks ride oil surge

Talk that Saudi Arabia has its sights on $80-$100 a barrel oil again ignited a fierce rally in commodities and resource stocks on Thursday, though the potential boost to inflation globally put some pressure on fixed-income assets. As David Pollard reports, the surge came on a Reuters report that OPEC’s new price hawk Saudi Arabia would be happy for crude to rise to $80 or even $100.


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Banned in the UK: straws and cotton buds, maybe

Britain is considering banning the sale of plastic straws and other single use products and is pressing Commonwealth allies to also take action to tackle marine waste, the office of Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May said. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports.


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P&G goes shopping in Europe as results beat estimates

Procter & Gamble Co will acquire the consumer health business of Merck for about 3.4 billion euros ($4.2 billion), giving it vitamin brands such as Seven Seas and greater exposure to Latin American and Asian markets. As Sonia Legg reports, the deal was announced shortly before P&G reported better than expected quarterly results.


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Facebook to put 1.5 billion users out of reach of new EU law

If a new European law restricting what companies can do with people’s online data went into effect tomorrow, almost 1.9 billion Facebook Inc users around the world would be protected by it. But the online social network is making changes that ensure the number will be much smaller. Jane Lee reports.


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Wall Street rallies on strong earnings
April 17, 2018

U.S. stocks staged a broad advance on Tuesday. As Fred Katayama reports, strong earnings boosted optimism about the corporate reporting season.


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Starbucks to close 8,000 U.S. stores for racial-bias training

Starbucks will close 8,000 company-owned U.S. cafes for the afternoon on May 29 to train nearly 175,000 workers on how to prevent racial discrimination in its stores. Aleksandra Michalska reports.


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Goldman's drop despite strong earnings signals search for new market leadership – Jeff Tomasulo

Vespula Capital’s CEO also comments on Starbucks’ move to close all U.S. stores for racial bias training in an interview with Reuters’ Fred Katayama.


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Breakingviews TV: Maxing Marcus

As a trading rebound lifted Goldman Sachs’s first-quarter earnings, Antony Currie and Tom Buerkle explain why its upstart fintech arm is generating buzz. Marcus, as the unit is called, is growing online lending at a 50 percent pace and making a string of acquisitions.


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Tesla hits pause on Model 3 production, again

New worries about Tesla and its mass market Model 3 sedan, as the electric car maker halted production of the more-affordable model for the second time since February.


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