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A Nigerian court has set a hearing over a disputed 2011 oilfield deal for June 18, the country's financial crimes watchdog said on Thursday, part of a string of international corruption probes into the purchase. The case relates to a purchase of the offshore OPL 245 oilfield in Nigeria by oil majors Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: 0LN9.L - news) and Eni (LSE: 0N9S.L - news) in 2011. At the core of the case is a $1.3 billion payment from Shell (LSE: RDSB.L - news) and Eni to secure the block from Malabu Oil and Gas, allegedly controlled by former Nigerian oil minister Dan Etete.
U.S. stocks finished marginally higher on Wednesday as indexes gave up early gains after the Federal Reserve said it sees inflation rising this year, signaling it remains on track to boost interest rates again in March. The Fed kept rates unchanged but, in a statement following its two-day policy meeting, it repeated that it expected that "further gradual" rate hikes will be warranted. "They’re more confident in their expectations of rising inflation," said Kevin Logan, Chief U.S. Economist at HSBC Securities.
The U.S. dollar fell to a more than three-year low against the euro on Friday, extending recent losses on expectations European Central Bank policymakers are preparing to reduce stimulus, while U.S. stocks continued to rally and marked record closing highs. The euro's rise weighed on the dollar index, which measures the greenback against six rival currencies. For the year, the dollar index was down 1.28 percent, its worst performance over a year's first nine trading days since 2010, according to Reuters data.
Benchmark U.S. Treasury yields hit a 10-month high on Tuesday after the Bank of Japan tweaked its bond-buying program, while stocks in world indexes continued their flying start to the year. U.S. oil touched its highest since late 2014, while the yen hit a six-day high following the Bank of Japan's announcement that it will trim its purchases of Japanese government bonds. The move raised speculation Japan's central bank may wind down its monetary stimulus this year.
The S&P 500 edged up for a fifth straight session on Monday, extending its winning streak for the new year, while the dollar hit its highest level in more than a week against a basket of currencies as the euro's rally faltered. The S&P 500 is now up 2.8 percent since Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) . Attention in the United States now turns to the quarterly earnings season, with investors expected to focus on what U.S. companies will say about the recently approved tax overhaul and corporate tax cuts.
The dollar hit its highest levels in more than a week against a basket of currencies and the euro eased on Monday, while U.S. stocks held firm after kicking off the new year with strong gains last week. ...
The dollar hit a more than one-week high against a basket of currencies and the euro eased on Monday, while U.S. stocks were little changed after starting 2018 with strong gains last week. The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six rival currencies, was up 0.4 percent at 92.321. The S&P 500 was trading slightly lower, while an global index of equities also was little changed.
The head of Australia's central bank has described the rocketing value of Bitcoin as "speculative mania". Philip Lowe, governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, criticised the cryptocurrency at the Australian Payment Summit. While saying that the central bank was interested in issuing a form of digital money potentially using the same technology that Bitcoin is based on, Mr Lowe was critical of Bitcoin itself.
Bitcoin surged past $18,000 after making its debut on a major global exchange, the Chicago-based Cboe, and trading was halted twice due to volatility
Bitcoin lost almost a fifth of its value in 10 hours on Friday, having surged more than 40 percent in the preceding 48 hours, sparking fears the market may be heading for a price collapse. In a hectic ...
Goldman Sachs is looking to hire about 250 staff in Poland to expand its team there by almost 50 percent in 2018, the head of its Polish technology and operations office told the Financial Times. The Wall ...
CVS Health's proposed takeover of insurer Aetna could see CVS's nearly 10,000 stores remade to include wellness and medical testing areas
Europe's main stock indices rose on Tuesday, with shares in Royal Dutch Shell shooting higher on an announcement it will return to paying dividends all in cash
JPMorgan Chase & Co Chief Executive Jamie Dimon, held private talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May and finance minister Philip Hammond on Wednesday, Sky News reported. Dimon warned May and Hammond ...
Oil prices rose on Monday as Iraqi troops pushed into the disputed Kirkik province, with output halted at two of the main oil fields according to Iraqi officials.
Bitcoin has again hit a new record-high valuation, tipping $5,200 (£3,900) despite experts continuing to express scepticism about the cryptocurrency's popularity. Last month the chairman and chief executive of JPMorgan Chase (Swiss: JPM-USD.SW - news) , Jamie Dimon, described Bitcoin as a "fraud" and told his company's investors it was "worse than tulip bulbs". Bitcoin has increased 750% this calendar year, but has continued to display the extraordinary volatility which has made many investors shy away.
JPMorgan Chase CFO Marianne Lake praised the potential of new digital currency technologies, while avoiding commenting directly on bitcoin, the controversial cryptocurrency trashed last month by Lake's ...
Goldman Sachs is looking at establishing a team that could trade bitcoin and other digital currencies, said a person familiar with the bank's thinking
U.S. bank JPMorgan Chase plans to hire more than 3,000 people in its new global operations centre in the next three years, Polish Development Ministry said on Tuesday. Last week Polish Deputy Prime Minister ...