The Indian government and protesting farmers were unable to reach common ground in talks held Tuesday, with the farmers saying their demonstrations against new agriculture laws will continue as will their blockades of key highways. The farmers rejected the government’s offer to set up expert committees to discuss the new laws, which deregulate crop pricing, even as the agriculture minister appealed for an end to agitation and invited the farmers for further discussions on Thursday. “Our movement will continue and we will definitely take back something from the government — be it bullets or a peaceful solution,” Chanda Singh, a farmer leader who was part of the talks, told reporters in New Delhi.
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Russia said on Tuesday it had deployed a number of its new S-300V4 missile defence systems for combat duty on a disputed chain of islands near Japan, a move that is likely to anger Tokyo. The Russian Defence Ministry's Zvezda TV station said the mobile air defence system designed to counter ballistic and aerial attacks was on Iturup, one of four islands held by Russia that Japan claims and calls the Northern Territories.
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(Bloomberg) -- Online shoppers in the U.S. spent $10.8 billion on Cyber Monday, missing Adobe Inc.’s original projection by almost $2 billion, evidence that retailers pulled sales forward by offering deals earlier than usual.Still, the gusher of online spending was a record, rising 15% from 2019.“Cyber Monday continued to dominate the holiday shopping season, becoming the biggest online shopping day in U.S. history, despite early discounts from retailers,” Taylor Schreiner, director of Adobe Digital Insights, said in a statement. “Throughout the remainder of the holiday season, we expect to see record sales continue and curbside pickup to gain even more momentum as shoppers avoid crowds and potential shipping delays.”Hot sellers included toys such as Lego sets and scooters, video games like Super Mario 3D All-Stars, and electronics including Apple AirPods, Hewlett Packard & Dell Computers and Chromecast, Adobe said.The pandemic-fueled stampede online was a valuable opportunity for retailers such as Amazon.com Inc., Walmart Inc., Target Corp., Best Buy Co., which had been preparing for the 2020 holiday deluge for months. There were occasional hiccups, but the industry’s investments in delivery capacity and parking lot pickup helped get it through the Thanksgiving weekend and Cyber Monday.Black Friday spending of $9 billion also missed Adobe’s forecast of $10.3 billion, another sign of cautious consumer spending during the pandemic and shoppers reacting to deals earlier in the holiday season. Amazon vacuumed up $1 in every $5 spent over the Black Friday weekend, the first time the Seattle-based giant accounted for the highest share of spending for the period, according to market research firm Numerator. But Cyber Monday will likely still be the peak, because many shoppers are conditioned to hold off on big purchases in anticipation of price cuts.Cyber Monday deals mostly weren’t much better than Black Friday deals, said Kristin McGrath, editor at BlackFriday.com, which monitors web deals. Harkening back to traditional door-buster Black Friday tactics, many digital shops are likely to offer eye-popping discounts on popular products that usually sell out quickly to attract people to their site, hoping they linger and load up shopping carts with other things.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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(Bloomberg) -- U.S. manufacturing expanded at a slower pace in November, easing back from the strongest reading in two years as orders, employment and production cooled.A gauge of factory activity fell 1.8 points to 57.5, according to data from the Institute for Supply Management released on Tuesday. The figure, slightly below the median estimate of 58 in Bloomberg’s survey of economists, showed conditions remain well above the 50 level that indicates growth. Sixteen of 18 manufacturing industries reported growth in November, ISM said in a statement.Even with some lost momentum, the manufacturing measure is the second-strongest in the past two years and well above pre-pandemic levels. Steady demand and lean inventories continue to drive output growth despite the lingering uncertainty and supply chain disruptions posed by the pandemic.Such resilience will be tested as infections soar heading into the holiday season and many cities and states tighten restrictions to help slow the spread. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell warned lawmakers in testimony released Monday that rising caseloads may prove challenging for some months despite progress on vaccines.“Companies and suppliers continue to operate in reconfigured factories, but absenteeism, short-term shutdowns to sanitize facilities and difficulties in returning and hiring workers are causing strains that will likely limit future manufacturing growth potential,” Timothy Fiore, chair of ISM’s Manufacturing Business Survey Committee, said in the statement.Four of the five components of ISM’s factory gauge cooled, led by the employment index, which dropped 4.8 points to 48.4 -- a return to contraction that signals potential labor market weakness ahead of Friday’s U.S. jobs report. ISM’s measure for new orders slipped to 65.1 from a 16-year high of 67.9, while the production gauge retreated 2.2 points to a still-robust 60.8.Meantime, the supplier deliveries index rose 1.2 points to 61.7, a sign of longer lead times amid strong demand and supply disruptions. The ISM’s measure of customer inventories fell to a fresh 10-year low of 36.3, indicating the possibility of increased production in coming months. The order backlog index rose to a two-year high.A gauge of factory exports climbed to 57.8, the strongest reading since March 2018 and signaling firm overseas demand.ISM’s non-manufacturing index, due Thursday, is projected to show a sixth-straight month of expansion in November, albeit at a slightly slower pace, according to economists surveyed by Bloomberg.(Adds number of industries in second paragraph, ISM comment in fifth.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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