quinta-feira, 21 de janeiro de 2016

GLOBE NEWS ·FINANCIAL TIMES-Japan joins global recovery as oil rebounds

GLOBE NEWS · THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-New Questions on Iran Prisoner Swap

Schlumberger cuts 10,000 jobs in oil rout

‘Abrupt’ cancellations by customers lead to $1bn quarterly loss

Jamie Dimon’s pay rises to $27m

JPMorgan chief must meet performance tests for full payout

EU clamps down on corporate tax avoidance

Moscovici to set out plans to curb practices after ‘LuxLeaks’

Saudi Arabia says $30 oil is ‘irrational’

Chairman of state oil company suggests no production cut looms

Jumbo jet’s demise comes a step closer

Boeing to make just six a year as air cargo market recovery stalls

Apple’s Cook lobbies EU over tax threat

Chief seeks to stave off bill for billions underpaid in Ireland

Sanders ad offers glimpse of 2016 race

‘America’ campaign highlights questions over minority appeal

The logo of the World Economic Forum (WEF) is seen on window pane at the Congress Center prior to the forum's annual meeting in Davos on January 18, 2016. More than 40 heads of states and governments will attend the WEF in Davos, which this year is focused on 'mastering the fourth Industrial Revolution,' organisers said. / AFP / FABRICE COFFRINI (Photo credit should read FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)©AFP

Apple hires top VR researcher

Doug Bowman joins tech group as it tries to catch rivals

Investors continue to shun US stock funds

Funds pull $4.2bn in third straight week of withdrawals

Accountant or businessman counting on an abacus concept for calculating finance

Buyout firms lose leverage with backers

Private equity groups find it hard to raise debt to close deals

Draghi hints at more stimulus in March

ECB chief’s comments spur equities rebound after rates kept on hold

Comment & Analysis

What US credit signal says about economy

Investors divided as to whether a buying opportunity looms

Xiao Yi Action

Yi Action and Smart cameras: quality gear

Chinese rivals to GoPro and Nest devices perform well

Palin’s rhetoric soup for conservatives

Spoken and written language do not work quite the same way, writes Sam Leith

Best comments from our readers

"This is a first - I agree with Prof Rogoff. According to the BIS, private debt in China was 120% of GDP in 2008 and now it is 201%. By comparison US debt peaked at 170% at the time of the financial crisis. In a nutshell, the Ponzi scheme has run out of new mugs, and the old mugs are full. They can't take any more debt and won't pay it back. This is soon to be an ex-Ponzi."
By MarkGB on Davos 2016: Global economy seen to be hanging in the balance

"At the very top end only, I'd be happy for an end to a la carte. In those places, I want the chef to decide what he thinks his customers will like as given the level of innovation I'm unlikely to be able to make an informed choice myself. However, I hope this isn't a fad that spreads so we end up with fixed menus in standard restaurants as a means of disposing of excess ingredients!"
By statingtheobvious on Michelin-starred restaurants take à la carte off the menu

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