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Private equity firms TPG, KKR cancel PropertyGuru’s Australian IPO -sources  01h37 23 octobre
Private equity firms KKR and TPG Capital have canceled the initial public offering (IPO) of their Southeast Asia online realty company PropertyGuru, due to uncertainty in the market, two sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
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PRECIOUS-Gold bides time as traders await clarity on Brexit  01h29 23 octobre
Gold prices were steady on Wednesday, as investors waited for clarity on Brexit confusion after UK lawmakers voted for Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s divorce plan but opposed his tight timetable to complete the legislative process in three days.
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UPDATE 1-SoftBank shares fall as it doubles down on WeWork  01h23 23 octobre
Value of many of SoftBank’s biggest tech bets falling (Adds details of stock performance)
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PRESS DIGEST-British Business - Oct 23  01h21 23 octobre
Oct 23 - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares struggle after yet another Brexit delay  01h02 23 octobre
Asian shares and U.S. stock futures dipped on Wednesday after British lawmakers rejected the government’s timetable to fast-track legislation for its deal to take Britain out of the European Union.
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RPT-COLUMN-Sustainability the new battleground for aluminium producers: Andy Home  01h00 23 octobre
Aluminium Production by Power Source: https: tmsnrt.rs 2P737Hx
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SoftBank Group shares fall 2% as it doubles down on WeWork bet  00h53 23 octobre
Shares of SoftBank Group Corp fell 2% in early morning trading on Wednesday as the tech conglomerate moves to take over beleaguered office-space sharing startup, WeWork, with a funding injection of 10 billion.
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U.S. tech firm Maxar taps startup’s robotics for moon mission  00h33 23 octobre
U.S. technology company Maxar Technologies Inc said it picked software developed by space startup Olis Robotics to run a robotic lunar lander that’s part of NASA’s broader goal of human moon missions by 2024.
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UPDATE 2-Kim Jong Un: S.Korean facilities in Mt. Kumgang resort must be removed -KCNA  00h32 23 octobre
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said South Korean facilities in the North’s Mt Kumgang tourist resort must be removed and rebuilt in a modern way, state media reported on Wednesday, underscoring the cooling of relations between the two countries.
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UPDATE 4-Brazil’s Bolsonaro heralds great day as Senate approves pension reform  00h32 23 octobre
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday hailed the Senate’s approval of a sweeping overhaul of the nation’s pension system as a launch pad for the wider economy, although voting on the last few remaining amendments was delayed to the following day.
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Bain Capital pulls plug on Retail Zoo IPO in Australia  00h24 23 octobre
Bain Capital will not launch a management roadshow for the potential listing of Boost Juice owner Retail Zoo due to market volatility, a Bain Capital spokesman told Reuters on Wednesday.
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AUTOSHOW-To go big on EVs, Japanese car makers think super-small  00h00 23 octobre
Smaller EVs a way to make costly EV battery tech more affordable
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UPDATE 2-Facebook probe by U.S. states expands to 47 attorneys general  23h38 22 octobre
A New York-led probe into allegations that Facebook Inc put consumer data at risk and pushed up advertising rates has expanded to include attorneys general from 47 U.S. states and territories, New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a statement on Tuesday.
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CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-Saks Fifth Avenue owner Hudson’s Bay in 1.5 bln deal to go private  23h12 22 octobre
Saks Fifth Avenue owner Hudson’s Bay Co said on Monday it agreed to a sweetened C 1.9 billion ( 1.5 billion) offer from a shareholder group led by executive chairman Richard Baker to take the struggling Canadian department store operator private.
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UPDATE 2-U.S. defense chief recuses himself from review of 10 bln cloud computing contract  23h12 22 octobre
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper has removed himself from reviewing a disputed 10 billion cloud computing deal because of a possible conflict of interest, a move that could further delay the contract-award process.