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Edging closer to bailout, Lufthansa accepts tweaked demands by Brussels

Lufthansa's <LHAG.DE> management board accepted a more favourable set of demands made by the European Commission in exchange for approval of a 9 billion euro ($10 billion) government bailout, the carrier said on Saturday, paving the way for its rescue.

In rescue effort, Fed has broad stake in corporate America's fortunes

The U.S. central bank now has a stake in the fortunes of a broad swath of corporate America after buying about $1.3 billion of bond funds with debt issued by firms in all walks of the world's biggest economy, from Apple Inc <AAPL.O> to a clutch of companies in bankruptcy.

Occidental cuts dividend to a penny; shares dive 5%

Occidental Petroleum Corp cut its quarterly dividend to just a penny per share on Friday after having slashed it 86% in March to save cash after a historic plunge in oil prices.

UK helps employers with slow phase-in of job shield costs

British finance minister Rishi Sunak offered fresh help to employers hammered by the coronavirus shutdown on Friday in the form of a gradual phase-in of contributions by them to the government's hugely expensive wage subsidy scheme.

Stocks rebound on relief at Trump's response to China over Hong Kong

A gauge of global equities rebounded and crude oil rose on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump ordered an end to Washington's special treatment of Hong Kong, a move investors welcomed as unlikely to jeopardize a trade accord with China.

Ecuador repays $1 billion in loans from Goldman, Credit Suisse

Ecuador in April repaid $1 billion of loans made two years earlier by Goldman Sachs <GS.N> and Credit Suisse [CSAG.UL], the Andean country's economy ministry said late on Thursday.

CANADA FX DEBT-Loonie notches weekly gain as investors look past bleak data

(Adds strategist quotes and details throughout; updates prices) * Canadian dollar dips 0.1% against greenback * Loonie touches strongest intraday since March 12 at 1.3714 * Canada's April GDP falls 11% in flash estimate * Canadian bond yields decline across flatter curve...

Brazil restricts bank dividends, management pay through to December

Brazil's National Monetary Council on Friday extended caps on banks increasing dividends and senior staff pay through the end of the year, its latest effort to boost the flow of credit in an economy under increasing strain from the coronavirus pandemic.

TREASURIES-Yields fall as Trump leaves U.S., China trade deal untouched

(Adds comments from Trump, Fed's Powell, updates prices) By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, May 29 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury yields fell on Friday after President Donald Trump appeared to keep the trade deal between the United States and China intact, but said he would begin the...

Argentine bonds up 3.5% after new debt restructuring proposals unveiled

Argentine over the counter bonds ended 3.5% higher on Friday after new debt restructuring proposals from the government and its creditors were unveiled. (Reporting by Walter Bianchi; Editing by Sandra Maler)

EMERGING MARKETS-Latam assets slip on China-U.S. tensions, but gain in May

* MSCI Latam stocks index up 6% in May * Mexican shares slide more than 2% * Mexican peso flat on pressure from oil prices (Adds details, updates prices) By Susan Mathew and Ambar Warrick May 29 (Reuters) - Most Latin American stocks and currencies declined on Friday after...

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks pare losses after Trump's Hong Kong response

Global stocks fell while bonds and the euro climbed on Friday as investors turned cautious over China's national security law on Hong Kong, but U.S. stocks pared earlier losses after President Trump did not announce any new retaliatory tariffs.

Fed's Powell fears second coronavirus wave, reiterates crisis-fighting pledge

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Friday said a potential surge in U.S. coronavirus infections could derail the recovery from the deep downturn triggered by the pandemic, even as he reiterated the central bank's vow to keep fighting the crisis.

Fed's corp bond facility bought 15 ETFs in first days of operations

The Federal Reserve's new facility for corporate bond purchases bought about $1.3 billion of shares in 15 exchange-traded funds in its first week of operation through 158 trades, data released Friday showed.

Days from launch, Fed officials eye 'Main Street' program expansion

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Friday said central bank officials are open to expanding the Main Street Lending Program, which is days away from issuing its first loans, to businesses that may not currently qualify but need assistance to avoid shedding workers.

Occidental cuts dividend again, now to 1 cent

Troubled oil and gas producer Occidental Petroleum Corp cut its quarterly dividend to just a cent per share on Friday after having already slashed it 86% in March to cope with a historic plunge in oil prices because of the coronavirus outbreak. (Reporting by Shariq Khan...

Argentina bonds pop as new debt offers raise deal hopes

Argentine bonds jumped on Friday after the government and key bondholders exchanged new proposals to revamp around $65 billion in debt that edged the two sides closer together and bolstered hopes that a deal can be stuck eventually.

UPDATE 1-UK PM Johnson and U.S. President Trump criticise China's Hong Kong plan

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that China's plan to impose national security legislation on Hong Kong would undermine the territory's autonomy.

UK PM Johnson and U.S. President Trump criticise China's Hong Kong plan

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that China's plan to impose national security legislation on Hong Kong would undermine Hong Kong’s autonomy.

UPDATE 1-Canada 2019-2020 budget deficit almost doubles, preliminary data show

Canada's budget deficit in the 2019-20 fiscal year almost doubled to C$21.77 billion ($15.76 billion) compared to C$11.81 billion the previous year, preliminary data from the federal finance ministry showed on Friday.