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Cash-strapped South Africa state arms firm ordered to hand over taxes: union
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's High Court ordered state arms maker Denel to hand over millions in employees' tax payments to the government, union officials said - a case that has refocused attention on cash-strapped state firms and their ...
'You prepare for war': how one U.S. firm tried escaping Trump's China tariffs
By Anne Marie Roantree HONG KONG (Reuters) - When Larry Sloven heard last year that U.S. tariffs threatened his China electronics business, he knew that setting up shop elsewhere would be a slog rather than an adventure. The 70-year-old had spent ...
Kohl's cuts 2019 margin forecast on tariffs, first half promotions cost
By Aishwarya Venugopal (Reuters) - Kohl's Corp forecast a steeper decline in full-year profit margin despite better-than-expected quarterly earnings, because of the cost of more aggressive promotions in the first half and potential hit from new ...
Wall Street rally ends as financial shares slide
By April Joyner NEW YORK (Reuters) - Financial shares led U.S. stocks lower on Tuesday to end a three-day rally as investors awaited comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell at the end of the week. The S&P; 500 financial index <.SPSY> ...
Tod's founder Della Valle further raises voting stake to 81.2%
MILAN (Reuters) - The chairman and founder of Italian luxury goods group Tod's , Diego Della Valle, has raised his potential share of voting rights in the firm above 80%, after widening an accord with Credit Agricole to buy shares on his behalf. ...
North American companies boost spending on industrial robots: study
By Timothy Aeppel (Reuters) - North American companies increased spending on industrial robots in the second quarter, even as many businesses remained tight-fisted about other types of investments amid a prolonged trade war with China. Firms ordered ...
U.S. yield curve: Invert, steepen, repeat
By Richard Leong (Reuters) - A swift steepening of the U.S. 2-year/10-year yield curve after it inverted last week may have given investors hope that the United States can escape recession. They should probably take a breath. History indicates that ...
UK fast-tracks firms for customs roll as it readies for Brexit
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will automatically enroll nearly 90,000 companies in a customs system in order to reduce the risk of Brexit disruption, the government said, its latest attempt to show it can leave the European Union without a deal if ...
U.S.-China trade war 'very worrying': Australia central bank chief
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Heightened tensions between the United States and China represent the biggest risk to global economic stability, Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Governor Philip Lowe said in a private meeting late on Tuesday. Lowe said the ...
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi misses estimates as competition hots up at home
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Xiaomi Corp <1810.HK> reported 15% growth in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, missing estimates, as fewer people bought smartphones at home and rival Huawei grabbed market share. The company is weathering a bleak domestic ...