quinta-feira, 28 de janeiro de 2016

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Amazon tumbles as profits fall short

Ecommerce group’s full-year sales top $100bn for the first time

Microsoft shares rise as it tops forecasts

Software group’s quarterly results boosted by cloud computing

Russia ready to talk oil cuts with Opec

Brent futures jump as hedge funds scramble to drop bearish bets

Asian markets swing after BoJ rate move

Nikkei volatile as Japan enters negative era

Rio de Janeiro Brazil
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Brazil unveils $20bn recession lifeline

State to help groups from farmers to property companies survive

BTG axes near fifth of Brazil workers

Bank struggles to cut costs after arrest of founder André Esteves

Xerox CEO Ursula Burns Interview...Ursula Burns, chief executive officer of Xerox Corp., speaks during an interview in New York, U.S., on Friday, Feb. 19, 2010. Earlier this month Xerox Corp. completed a $6.2 billion purchase of Affiliated Computer Services Inc., the printer-maker's largest acquisition ever. Photographer: Ramin Talaie/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Ursula Burns

Xerox bows to Icahn and hits split button

Activist investor offered board seats as photocopier group divides

Baker Hughes warns of oil industry slump

US group says global rig count could fall a further 30%

Europe sets out tax avoidance curbs

Brussels seeks to close loopholes estimated to cost €70bn a year

Moody’s cut taxes with restructurings

Elaborate but lawful moves in focus on both sides of Atlantic

Blackstone profits hit by market turmoil

Firm also takes advantage of prices with big deals in quarter

Comment & Analysis

The crowded market for Republican candidates: Clockwise from top Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, Chris Christie, John Kasich, Ben Carson and Jeb Bush
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US election: Trumped by ‘The Donald’

The true test of the Republican candidate’s staying power will begin in Iowa

Iran’s ‘king of nuts’ eyes US market

Pistachio exporters look to end of Washington sanctions

Boeing grapples with production challenges

Group disappointed market with targets on aircraft manufacturing and profit in 2016

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