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RPT-EXCLUSIVE-BlackRock, Goldman to move some fund managers to U.S. if no-deal Brexit -sources

12:30pm IST

LONDON, Jan 18 BlackRock and Goldman Sachs Asset Management both plan to temporarily move some British-based fund managers to New York in the event of a no-deal Brexit, two sources told Reuters.

Exclusive: BlackRock, Goldman to move some fund managers to U.S. if no-deal Brexit - sources

18 Jan 2019

LONDON BlackRock and Goldman Sachs Asset Management both plan to temporarily move some British-based fund managers to New York in the event of a no-deal Brexit, two sources told Reuters.

Analysis: Reality check for Europe Inc - investors brace for bumpy fourth quarter results season

18 Jan 2019

LONDON Investors are bracing for more wild swings in European stocks as the upcoming earnings season tests whether fears about slowing economic and corporate growth that punished equities in recent months have become a reality.

New EU rules electrify fixed income trading volumes: survey

17 Jan 2019

LONDON Volumes of electronic trading in fixed income have jumped since European Union rules introduced a year ago made it more cumbersome to execute over-the-counter (OTC) business, in a bid to make deals more transparent, a report said.

Brexit deal defeat knocks London's blue chip stocks as pound weighs

16 Jan 2019

LONDON Britain's blue chip stocks fell on Wednesday as a stronger pound lured investors toward cheap domestic companies and away from exporters after Prime Minister Theresa May's heavy Brexit defeat, while weak results weighed on Pearson.

'Stay humble': Investors urged not to rush into UK assets after Brexit blow

16 Jan 2019

LONDON While markets are buying the view that the historic defeat suffered by Prime Minister Theresa May in parliament cuts the chances of a chaotic Brexit, some financial advisors are urging clients not to overestimate their ability to make bets on British politics.

London's blue chip stocks fall as pound weighs after Brexit vote defeat

16 Jan 2019

LONDON Britain's blue chip stocks were lower in early deals as the stronger pound pushed multinationals lower after Prime Minister Theresa May's deal to leave the European Union suffered an overwhelming defeat and weak results from Pearson weighed.

European shares gain in first week of 2019 but caution persists

11 Jan 2019

LONDON European shares closed higher on Friday after hitting one-month highs as investor appetite for assets considered risky remained firm, despite caution over trade and ahead of earnings season.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Apple shock sends investors to safe havens; 'flash crash' jolts currencies

03 Jan 2019

LONDON, Jan 3 Apple's warning on revenue rocked financial markets on Thursday, as investors shunned equities and sought safety in bonds and less risky assets amid renewed concerns about slowing global economic growth and damage from the Sino-U.S. trade war.

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Taliban attack on Afghan security base kills over 100

A Taliban attack in central Afghanistan on Monday killed scores of security personnel, officials said, with some estimates putting the death toll at more than 100, amid government silence about one of the most deadly insurgent attacks in months.