WWTH - With, Inc.

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Market cap57,594
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EPS (TTM)-0.0380
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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Fed faces 'agonizing' debate as rates near neutral level -Kaplan

    The Federal Reserve plans to continue tightening monetary policy gradually for now, but it faces a much tougher decision as U.S. interest rates near a "neutral" level where they neither boost nor slow the economy, several policymakers indicated on Friday. "I'm not yet there on what we should do once we get to neutral," Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said at a conference where Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic and Chicago Fed President Charles Evans also spoke.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Fear and suspicion hinder Congo medics in Ebola battle

    With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) more than twice as many Ebola outbreaks as any other country since the virus was discovered in 1976, Congolese are familiar with its destructive power, yet fear and suspicion of medical authorities are still hindering efforts at containment. Health officials say they are working hard to get out accurate information about the deadly hemorrhagic fever but face significant mistrust in a part of Africa where many place more faith in clerics in white collars than doctors in white coats. A doctor and a nursing sister were threatened by locals after they were accused of bringing the disease to their communities, while people in one town prevented medics from testing the body of someone suspected to have died from Ebola, officials said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Tight supply weighs on U.S. home sales; job market strengthening

    U.S. home sales tumbled in April as an acute shortage of properties limited choices for potential buyers, the latest sign that the housing market was struggling to regain momentum. While other data on Thursday showed an increase in the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week, the trend in claims continued to point to a tightening labor market. A robust labor market is fueling demand for housing.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Sterling below day's highs as Brexit, risk aversion weigh

    Sterling edged below the day's highs on Thursday after upbeat British retail sales data, with traders wary of pushing the currency too much further given persistent concerns over Brexit negotiations. The British currency extended gains to rise half a percent on the day at $1.3419 compared to $1.3385 earlier as retail sales volumes rose by 1.6 percent from March, well above the median forecast for a monthly 0.7 percent increase in a Reuters poll of economists. "With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) the pound more concerned with Brexit uncertainty and diminishing expectations of a BoE (Shenzhen: 000725.SZ - news) rate hike, further losses are on the cards," said Lukman Otunuga, a research analyst at FXTM.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Roaring dinosaurs return in "Jurassic World" sequel

    The dinosaurs are back. The roaring creatures return to cinema screens in "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom", the fifth instalment in the sci-fi movie franchise which began 25 years ago. The sequel to 2015's "Jurassic World" sees actors Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard reprise their roles as Owen and Claire and return to Isla Nublar, three years after its dinosaur theme park was devastated by the creatures escaping confinement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    U.S. existing home sales drop 2.5 percent in April

    U.S. home sales dropped more than expected in April as a shortage of properties for sale continued to weigh on the market. The National Association of Realtors said on Thursday that existing home sales fell 2.5 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.46 million units last month. March's sales pace was unrevised.

  • Guinness owner Diageo calls time on Goldschlager in $1bn sell-off
    Sky News4 days ago

    Guinness owner Diageo calls time on Goldschlager in $1bn sell-off

    Diageo (LSE: DGE.L - news) , the FTSE-100 drinks giant behind Smirnoff and Guinness, has kicked off an auction of US-focused spirits brands including Goldschlager, a cinnamon schnapps it has owned for more than 20 years. Sky News has learnt that Diageo, which is pursuing a strategy to focus on premium labels, began holding talks with potential buyers of the portfolio in recent weeks. Centerview Partners, an investment bank which specialises in consumer goods deals, is handling the sale process, according to a person close to Diageo.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-"Italy First", new PM promises

    With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) a dramatic pledge to be the "defence lawyer of the Italian people", academic and political novice Giuseppe Conte welcomed last night his appointment as prime minister of a 5-Star-League coalition government in Rome. The little-known Florence law professor will now take a few days to draw up a list of ministers for an administration he said would prioritise the national interests of Italy on matters ranging from European Union budget talks to asylum law. Financial markets will watch closely whether Conte goes with the League nomination of 81-year-old eurosceptic Paolo Savona for the powerful position of economic minister.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    COLUMN-Populism surge intensifies spotlight on economic, market orthodoxy: McGeever

    The leader of the free world is trash-talking globalisation and advocating trade tariffs, another president says inflation is caused by high interest rates, and the incoming government of a G7 country wants 250 billion euros of national debt written off. From Donald Trump to Turkey's president Tayyip Erdogan to an incoming populist coalition in Italy, challenges to the global economic and financial market orthodoxy of the past 40 years are coming thick and fast.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Oil falls on shock U.S. stock builds, OPEC supply worries

    Oil benchmarks fell on Wednesday after an unexpected build in U.S. crude and gasoline inventories despite strong demand, and as traders weighed the possibility of an increase in OPEC crude output to cover any shortfalls in supply from Iran and Venezuela. U.S. crude inventories rose 5.8 million barrels last week, while gasoline stocks increased by 1.9 million barrels, the Energy Information Administration said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Surprise fall in UK inflation muddies Bank of England rates picture

    British inflation fell unexpectedly in April, according to data that prompted fresh questions about when the Bank of England would next raise interest rates and pushed sterling to its lowest level against ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Britons dash to become German before Brexit

    Driven by the prospect of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union next year, the number of British passport holders who became German citizens jumped by 162 percent last year, Germany's Federal Statistics Office said on Wednesday. Nearly 7,500 Britons acquired German citizenship last year. This is more than double the number of Britons who became Germans in the 15 years from 2000.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    German solar battery maker sonnen secures Shell cash to expand

    German solar battery maker sonnen has secured 60 million euros ($71 million) in funds from Shell Ventures and existing shareholders to expand at home and abroad. Shell Ventures, a unit of the Anglo-Dutch oil major that has been boosting its investments in solar and other renewables, was a lead investor in the latest funding round, sonnen Chief (Taiwan OTC: 3345.TWO - news) executive Christoph Ostermann told Reuters.

  • Nationwide profits hit by 'intense competition'
    Sky News6 days ago

    Nationwide profits hit by 'intense competition'

    Nationwide Building Society (LSE: NBS.L - news) says "intense competition" hit its bottom line over the past financial year as it chose to put its members' interests first. The mutual said pre-tax profits in the 12 months to 4 April came in at £977m - a 7.3% fall on the previous year. It marked the second consecutive annual decline and was driven by a sharp fall in net mortgage lending which tumbled to £5.8bn from £8.8bn in 2016/17.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    In a union of tradition and modernity, U.S actress Meghan marries Prince Harry

    Prince Harry and his actress bride Meghan Markle married on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) in a dazzling ceremony that blended ancient English ritual with African American culture, infusing the 1,000-year-old British monarchy with a blast of modernity. In a medieval chapel at Windsor Castle that 39 English kings and queens have called home since 1066, Harry and Meghan exchanged vows watched up close by royals and celebrities, and from afar by a global TV audience of many millions.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    U.S. bishop wows royal wedding with impassioned sermon on love

    African-American bishop Michael Curry electrified the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with a barnstorming sermon on the power of love that won smiles in the ancient British chapel and praise across the internet. Curry, the first black head of the Episcopal Church in the United States, started by quoting civil rights hero Dr Martin Luther King and powered on citing spirituals, medieval poetry and the experiences of slaves in the American south. By the end, he was referring to Harry and Meghan as "my brother, my sister," and telling them "God love you, God bless you" before the opening notes of the soul standard "Stand By Me" started up.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar and oil pause ascent, bonds and gold lick wounds

    World markets began to strain on Friday after a rollercoaster week that has seen oil break $80 a barrel, Italian politics rattle the euro zone again and emerging markets battered by a pumped-up dollar and rising borrowing costs. Traders hit Italian bonds, stocks and the euro as a pledge to ramp up spending from a coalition government taking shape in Rome caused fresh unease, while Wall Street was waiting to see the outcome of U.S. and China trade talks.. Italy's strife sent long-term borrowing to more than seven-month highs, stocks in Milan fell one percent taking European stocks down with them, while the euro dropped back towards this week's 5-month low.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    UK's top Qatari LNG importer seeks to widen supply as cargoes slump

    Britain's busiest liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal, South Hook, is seeking to broaden its sources of supply as robust Asian demand diverts cargoes from Qatar - the world's biggest exporter and the terminal's majority shareholder. Volumes to the terminal, in which Qatar Petroleum owns a controlling stake, have halved so far this year from a year ago to 1.2 million cubic metres (mcm) and amount to just 15 percent of 2016 volumes for the same period. South Hook has been seeking to broaden the specification of its gas since January, a proposal that was approved on Thursday by the Joint Office of Gas Transporters (JOGT).

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Government borrowing costs rise as oil goes back to the 80s

    The dollar took a breather at a five-month high on Thursday, though government borrowing costs continued to grind upwards as oil prices hit their highest since 2014 at $80 a barrel. Ten-year U.S. government Treasury yields, which are a key driver of global borrowing costs, neared a 7-year high of 3.1 percent as more expensive oil pointed to faster inflation and followed some upbeat U.S. retail sales numbers. Europe's FX traders saw little movement in the six-currency dollar index but euro/dollar failed to keep above above $1.18 and dollar/yen hit its highest level since late January at 110.70.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    Windsor pub renames itself "Prince Harry" ahead of royal wedding

    While preparations are under way at Windsor Castle ahead of Saturday's royal wedding, just a stone's throw away the final touches are being made to a popular haunt which shares its new name with the groom ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    Italian markets jolted by 5-Star, League coalition proposals

    LONDON/MILAN, May 16 (Reuters) - Italy's borrowing costs jumped on Wednesday and its stocks slid after a draft programme for a potential coalition government revealed plans to demand 250 billion euros of debt forgiveness and create procedures to allow countries to exit the euro. The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and the far-right League party plan to ask the European Central Bank to forgive the debt, according to a draft the parties are working on, the Huffington Post Italia website reported late Tuesday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    First 'plastic free' label to help shoppers curb pollution

    A new "plastic-free" logo launched in Britain on Wednesday will allow shoppers to identify products with plastic packaging, as companies come under growing pressure to use green alternatives. Growing concern from the public and lawmakers about the damage to the environment means food and drink manufacturers and retailers are under pressure to act on plastic waste. "We all know the damage our addiction to plastic has caused, we want to do the right thing and buy plastic-free," said Sian Sutherland, co-founder of A Plastic Planet, the British-based campaign group behind the new label.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    EU watchdog says funds fee review will help investors

    The findings of a European Union review of mutual fund costs and fees due later this year will help investors make better choices in a sector whose performance is patchy in parts, a top EU regulator has said. Steven Maijoor, chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), said the review may help shed light on why some "active" funds that charge more for selecting stocks, perform less well than cheaper "passive" funds that track a benchmark. The initial focus is on EU regulated mutual funds known as UCITS.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Fed's Williams sees no rise in neutral rate from stronger growth

    A strengthening U.S. economy has done nothing to boost the underlying neutral rate of interest, San Francisco Federal Reserve President John Williams said in remarks on Tuesday that highlight an intensifying debate at the central bank over how high rates might rise in its move to "normalize" monetary policy. At issue are varying estimates of the neutral rate of interest, and whether current stronger growth may lift it, as Fed vice chair for financial supervision Randal Quarles and some others have recently suggested. Williams, about to also assume a vice chairmanship as head of the New York Fed, said in remarks to the Economic Club of Minnesota that he thought such optimism was "misplaced".

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    U.S. consumer spending picking up, gasoline prices a threat

    U.S. retail sales increased marginally in April as rising gasoline prices cut into discretionary spending, but consumer spending appeared on track to accelerate after slowing sharply in the first quarter. "A better pace of real consumer spending growth is taking hold in the second quarter," said Scott Anderson, chief economist at Bank of the West in San Francisco.

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