CFO of China's Huawei freed on bail, lea...
CFO of China's Huawei freed on bail, leaves courthouse
The CFO of China's Huawei Meng Wanzhou has been freed on bail and is shown leaving a courthouse in Vancouver, as she awaits a hearing for extradition to the United States. No reporter narration.
ECB: R.I.P QE?
Thursday could prove to be a historic moment for the ECB, which is expected to formally bring its 2.6 trillion euro stimulus scheme to an end. As David Pollard reports, markets are already looking ahead to how it can protect the bloc from the next downturn.
Tencent Music IPO raises over $1 billion
China-based music streaming company Tencent Music Entertainment said it raised close to $1.1 billion in its U.S. initial public offering after pricing its shares at the bottom of its targeted range. Ed Giles reports.
Google has no plans to launch Chinese search engine
Google CEO Sundar Pichai told Congressional lawmakers his company has no plans to relaunch a search engine in China. Fred Katayama reports.
Exclusive: Trump says he would intervene in Huawei case
President Trump he would intervene in the Justice Department's case against a top executive at China's Huawei Technologies if it would serve national security interests or help close a trade deal with China.
Google CEO gets a tongue-lashing on Capitol Hill
Sundar Pichai, Google's CEO, faced skeptical lawmakers on Capitol Hill, especially House conservatives who accused the tech giant of skewing search results against them.
Dow, S&P slip in choppy session
The S&P 500 and Dow ended a volatile session down slightly on Tuesday as investor optimism over China-U.S. trade talks was offset by U.S. President Donald Trump's threat to shut down the U.S. government. Fred Katayama reports.
Sell into year-end rallies, advises Vincent Catalano
Redmount Capital Partners' chief investment officer tells Reuters' Fred Katayama why he think the markets are on the cusp of turning from a bull market into a cyclical bear market.
Breakingviews TV: Shocking GE
General Electric could go from bad to worse in 2019. With the ailing firm ever more dependent on aviation, Lauren Silva Laughlin explains that a downturn in the airline business or poorer financing terms at GE Capital could frustrate CEO Larry Culp’s turnaround efforts.
China bans sales of some iPhones
A Chinese court has ordered a sales ban of some older Apple iPhone models in China for violating two patents of chipmaker Qualcomm. Fred Katayama reports.
The score on the Uber-Lyft race to the market
Uber and smaller rival Lyft are driving side-by-side on the road to a stock market debut, and that may not bode well for Lyft as investors decide where to place their bets in the ride-hailing sector.
Macron's concessions set to blow out French deficit
France's 10-year borrowing costs climbed to their highest level compared with Germany in a year and a half on Tuesday, as French President Emmanuel Macron announced spending measures in a bid to restore calm after weeks of violent protests. As Pascale Davies reports, Macron announced wage rises and tax cuts late on Monday, which could increase public spending by 8 billion to 10 billion euros.
Court rejects Nissan ex-chairman Ghosn's appeal to end detention
A Tokyo court has rejected ousted Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn's appeal to end his detention following his arrest last month on allegations of financial misconduct. As Sonia Legg reports, Ghosn has been held in a Tokyo jail since he was arrested on Nov. 19 on suspicion of conspiring to understate his pay by about half of the actual 10 billion yen ($88 million) awarded over five years from 2010.
UK shares stage tentative recovery as traders ponder Brexit unknowns
UK shares sought to join a global equity recovery on Tuesday as the pound stabilised above 20-month lows, although banks and other domestically exposed stocks fell further as uncertainty grew over Britain's exit from the European Union. As David Pollard reports, the chances of no deal Brexit have increased significantly
Huawei CFO back in Canada court as bail hearing set to wrap
A top executive at Chinese telecoms giant Huawei Technologies is set to return to a Vancouver courtroom on Tuesday, as the judge weighs final issues in determining whether she should be freed on bail while awaiting extradition proceedings. Ed Giles reports
Investors worry about possible policy mistake, says U.S. Bank's Eric Wiegand
Investors are anxious to get clarity in monetary and fiscal policies, says Eric Wiegand, senior portfolio manager at U.S. Bank. Aleksandra Michalska reports.
Wall Street ends choppy day higher
Wall Street ended Monday's volatile session slightly higher with help from technology stocks, although bank stocks tumbled and uncertainty over Britain's exit from the European Union kept investors on edge about global growth. Roselle Chen reports.
Apple loses in China court dispute with Qualcomm
Apple loses a round in a court battle with chipmaker Qualcomm as a Chinese court issues an order to stop selling older iPhones because they violate patents.
Huawei CFO seeks bail on health concerns
Detained Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou argues she should be released on bail in Canada over health concerns while waiting on a hearing for extradition to the U.S. She faces U.S. accusations of misleading banks, thus putting them at risk of violating U.S. sanctions on Iran.
Prosecutors indict Nissan, Ghosn
Tokyo prosecutors officially charge ousted Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn for under-reporting his income and indict Nissan for filing false financial statements.