ANKARA, Aug 17 The Turkish central bank's average cost of funding will rise to 19.25 percent on Friday, from 18.14 percent a day earlier, bankers told Reuters, after the bank did not open a repo auction for the second consecutive day.
HELSINKI, Aug 17 Rovio Entertainment, the maker of the "Angry Birds" mobile game series and movie, on Friday reported an increase in second-quarter sales at its games business, providing a positive sign for investors after a profit warning in February.
COPENHAGEN, Aug 17 Danish shipping company A.P. Moller-Maersk said on Friday it would spin off its offshore drilling operation and list the unit in Copenhagen next year.
Aug 17 The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
SAO PAULO, Aug 16 Between one and six Brazilian companies could file for share offerings by the end of the year, depending on the presidential election outcome in October, Roderick Greenlees, head of investment banking at Itaú BBA SA , said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON, Aug 16 For details of the U.S. Treasury's auction of reopened 5-year Treasury Inflation Protected Securities:
* Hungary bond sales smooth, demand weaker than usual * CEE currencies firm as Turkish lira jitters don't return * Investors remain cautious, equities mixed (Recasts with bond auctions, Turkish finance minister's comment) By Sandor Peto BUDAPEST, Aug 16 Central European currencies regained some ground on Thursday, benefiting from a calmer Turkish lira after jitters earlier this week that spilled over into other emerging markets. The currencies have often eas
WASHINGTON, Aug 16 For details of the U.S. Treasury's auctions of 13-week and 26-week bills next week, see:
* Hungary seen smoothly selling bonds despite latest jitters * CEE currencies firm as Turkish lira jitters do not return By Sandor Peto BUDAPEST, Aug 16 Hungary is expected to sell bonds at its bi-weekly auction smoothly on Thursday as a calmer Turkish lira helped a rebound in Central European currencies. The lira's plunge has put the region's markets on a rollercoaster as investors tried to cut losses suffered in Turkey by selling assets in other emerging market
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