quinta-feira, 21 de janeiro de 2016

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

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New Questions on Iran Prisoner Swap

A deal that sent $1.7 billion to Iran, announced alongside one freeing five Americans from Iranian jails, has emerged as a new flashpoint amid claims in Tehran that the transaction amounted to a ransom payment. 187in a day

Asian Shares Rally, Nikkei Soars

Shares in Asia rallied on Friday after a volatile week, as investors put their hopes in more stimulus from the European Central Bank. in a day

More Than 20 Killed as Somali Forces End Siege of Restaurant

Police say Somali special forces pursued al-Shabaab gunmen through the Mogadishu beachfront restaurant after a siege that started while a party was taking place. in a day

Selloff Puts Cloud-Computing Upstarts in Play

The recent market selloff is pummeling the business-technology sector, but it may come with a silver lining for its top players: an opportunity to buy cash-poor upstarts that have been eating away at their business. in a day

Battered Emerging Markets Race to Stem Outflows

A number of emerging markets are taking a risky approach to dealing with growing pressure on their currencies: They’re trying to ban it. in a day

DAVOS 2016

Economic Unease Puts Central Bankers Under Pressure

Amid tumbling oil prices, unstable stock markets and slow growth in developing economies, central banks in the U.S., Europe and Japan face pressure to keep interest rates low or even expand easy-money policies. in a day

How Blackstone Gains From Banks’ Pain

More than seven years since the financial crisis, as banks retreat from businesses regulators deem risky, private-equity firms like Stephen Schwarzman’s Blackstone have entered the breach. in a day

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