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|52-week range||65.50 - 65.50|
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At least three consortia, led by France's Engie SA (ENGIE.PA), Australia's Macquarie Group Ltd (MQG.AX) and the United Arab Emirates' sovereign wealth fund Mubadala Development Co, delivered proposals for a Brazilian gas pipeline network owned by state oil company Petrobras, three people with knowledge of the matter said. Friday was the final day for the delivery of proposals, in the first phase of the process to acquire a 90 percent stake in Transportadora Associada de Gás SA, the Petrobras unit known as TAG, which owns 4,500 kilometers (2,800 miles) of pipelines in northeast Brazil.
China’s whac-a-mole approach to risk -- hit it everywhere it pops up -- is set to hand control of the surging $121 billion technology-driven lending market to a small group of leaders such as Lufax Holding ...
Spectris PLC said on Thursday that it has agreed to sell a 50% stake in its environmental monitoring business EMS Bruel & Kjaer to Macquarie Capital.
Businesses are dramatically changing the way they buy energy in Britain and beyond as new technology makes it easier and cheaper to generate their own power.
Nov 24 (Reuters) - EcoWorld International Bhd: * Unit EcoWorld Macquarie acquires land in Sydney for A$139 million Source text: ( http://bit.ly/2mY8BrR ) Further company coverage:
Australian coal rail operator Aurizon Holdings said on Monday it was in talks to buy the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) in Queensland, which urgently needs to restructure $3 billion in debt. The company said it was in preliminary discussions with undisclosed parties for the potential restructuring of WICET, which would also involve other consortium members acquiring one or more of the coal mines that use the port. Aurizon declined to confirm a report in the Australian Financial Review that said it was working with Macquarie Group (Dusseldorf: 4M4.DU - news) on the WICET deal, which could see Macquarie acquire at least two of the mines that use the port.
Australia's biggest investment bank Macquarie Group Ltd on Friday posted record first-half profits, upgraded its full-year earnings forecast and unveiled plans for a A$1 billion ($766 million) share buyback, sending its stock to an all-time high. Macquarie said rising performance fees from its infrastructure funds in Europe helped lift net profit by nearly a fifth to A$1.25 billion ($957.75 million) in the six months to Sept. 30, handily beating the average A$1.14 billion forecast of analysts according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Macquarie makes money from M&A advisory and fees and trading commodities such as shares, currency and oil.
MELBOURNE, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 12 (Reuters) - Australia's Macquarie Group (Dusseldorf: 4M4.DU - news) , a rising commodities bank powerhouse due to its turn towards the energy sector, is paring back its aggressive lending against metals, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Macquarie, which this year broke into the top three banks for commodities, has trimmed back its loans against physical metals inventories, in particular a type of finance called repurchase deals or repos, two Asia-based customers and a source familiar with the matter said. Macquarie combines this commodities business with financial markets and energy under an overall "Commodities and Global Markets" umbrella, which accounted for 21 percent of the bank's A$2.2 billion ($1.7 billion) in profit for the year to March 31.
Australia's Macquarie Group (MQG.AX), a rising commodities bank powerhouse due to its turn towards the energy sector, is paring back its aggressive lending against metals, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Macquarie, which this year broke into the top three banks for commodities, has trimmed back its loans against physical metals inventories, in particular a type of finance called repurchase deals or repos, two Asia-based customers and a source familiar with the matter said. Macquarie combines this commodities business with financial markets and energy under an overall "Commodities and Global Markets" umbrella, which accounted for 21 percent of the bank's A$2.2 billion (£1.28 billion) in profit for the year to March 31.
The dollar fell on Wednesday in a generally risk-averse market after U.S. President Donald Trump's threat of a government shutdown and comments about the possible termination of a North American trade agreement. Trump warned late on Tuesday he might terminate the NAFTA trade treaty with Mexico and Canada after three-way talks failed to bridge deep differences. This was not the first time Trump has threatened to scrap NAFTA, but it was the first time that he did so after negotiations started, analysts said.
The U.S. dollar hit a one-month high against the yen and rebounded against the euro on Monday after the European Central Bank chief defended the ECB's easy monetary policy, and as investors awaited Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's speech on Tuesday. ECB President Mario Draghi, speaking to university students in Lisbon, said super low rates create jobs, foster growth and benefit borrowers, ultimately easing inequality.
The U.S. dollar hit a more than one-week low against the euro on Monday after weaker-than-expected economic data fueled doubts about the Federal Reserve's interest rate hike timeline, while caution ahead of speeches from central bank officials limited the move. The Commerce Department said non-defense capital goods orders excluding aircraft, a closely watched proxy for business spending plans, dropped 0.2 percent in May, the largest decline since December.
If U.K. Prime Minister May pulls off an election victory on Thursday, the pound will likely rally, Macquarie said in a note on Thursday.
The U.S. dollar surged to its highest level against its Canadian counterpart in more than a year on Tuesday after the United States imposed duties on Canadian softwood, while the dollar hit a two-week high against the yen on greater risk appetite.
Green Investment Bank is to be sold by the Government to Australian firm Macquarie for £2.3bn. According to the Government, the sale will mean that all taxpayer-funded investment in the bank, including set-up costs, has been returned with a profit. Sky News reported in February that plans were being drawn up between Macquarie and the Government for the sale of the bank.
The British government said it will sell the Green Investment Bank (GIB) to a consortium led by Macquarie Bank in a deal worth 2.3 billion pounds ($3 billion), which critics said failed to guarantee its future. The Australian bank's purchase of GIB, which backs green projects with public funds, had been expected since a court rejected the claim of a rival bidder earlier this month, but it has been vehemently opposed by environmental groups and some UK lawmakers. The government set up GIB in 2012 as a commercial venture to spur private investment in green projects.
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Global equity markets and the dollar edged higher on Thursday, helped by fresh data showing a tighter U.S. labor market, as investors stayed cautious before the first meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. The dollar index rose after data showed new applications last week for U.S. unemployment benefits recorded their biggest drop in nearly two years. The dollar index rose 0.17 percent, with the euro down 0.21 percent to $1.064.
The dollar was slightly higher on Thursday as investors were hesitant to make big bets ahead of a two-day summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, a meeting that could have geopolitical ramifications. "The market's main concern is that Trump and Xi don't see eye-to-eye on most things and that traders infer this from the body language and lack of clear language coming out of the meeting and subsequent press conferences," said Thierry Albert Wizman, global interest rates and currencies strategist, at Macquarie Group (Dusseldorf: 4M4.DU - news) in New York. Trump faces pressure to deliver trade concessions with China for some of his most fervent supporters and prevent a crisis with North Korea from spiraling out of control.
U.S. Treasury debt yields edged higher in rangebound trading on Tuesday, supported by generally improved market appetite for risk as stocks and commodities gained. "I see stocks have bounced very ...