segunda-feira, 11 de abril de 2016

REUTERS NEWS BUSINESS-U.S. Navy officer charged with spying for China

THE MOSCOW TIMES-A Kremlin Youth Movement Goes Rogue

National flags of the U.S. and China are seen in front of an international hotel in Beijing January 17, 2011. REUTERS/Jason Lee

U.S. Navy officer charged with spying for China

WASHINGTON - A U.S. Navy officer with access to sensitive U.S. intelligence faces espionage charges over accusations he passed state secrets, possibly to China and Taiwan, a U.S. official told Reuters.

European stock bounce counters broader market gloom 4:59am EDT

LONDON World markets struggled for direction on Monday, with renewed strength in the yen, government bonds and gold pointing to heightened caution among investors, but a sharp rebound in European stocks suggesting a pent-up appetite for risk.
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton poses for a selfie after attending a campaign event at the Queens borough of New York April 10, 2016.   REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Clinton downplays talk of contested convention

WASHINGTON - Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton dismissed the notion of a contested nominating convention and said she was not preparing for such a scenario, after her rival for her party's presidential nomination racked up another victory.  Full Article 
The Goldman Sachs logo is displayed on a post above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 11, 2013. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

U.S. banks' weak first quarter may spell trouble

It is only April, but some on Wall Street are already predicting a rotten 2016 for U.S. banks. Analysts say it has been the worst start to the year since the financial crisis in 2007-2008 and expect poor first-quarter results when reporting begins this week.  Full Article 
A pump jack stands idle in Dewitt County, Texas January 13, 2016.     REUTERS/Anna Driver

U.S. shale firms feel credit squeeze

Nearly two years into an epic oil rout, U.S. shale drillers that have upended global energy markets are finally feeling a credit squeeze as banks make their biggest cuts yet to their loans.  Full Article 
Demonstrators hold placards during a protest outside Downing Street in Whitehall, central London, Britain April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall

UK's Cameron to unveil new tax evasion law

LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron will announce a new legislation making companies criminally liable if employees aid tax evasion.  Full Article 

ReportU.S. Navy christens Sea Hunter robo-ship

Pentagon debuts a a self-guided ship designed to track submarines and other ships around the globe without a human crew.

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