Trial of honor pays tribute to the veterans
Trial of honor pays tribute to the veterans
Danske Bank on Friday raised its full-year net profit forecast due to more favourable macroeconomic conditions and "negligible" impairments in the fourth quarter, but warned of a high level of uncertainty ahead. Denmark's largest bank now expects net profit this year in the range of 20.5 billion-21.5 billion Danish crowns ($2.96 billion-$3.11 billion) compared with its previous guidance of 19.5-20.5 billion. "The macroeconomic conditions have developed more favourably than initially expected," Chief Financial Officer Stephan Engels said in a statement.
A union representing Germany’s train drivers began a 24-hour strike Thursday night, causing widespread rail cancellations and travel disruptions across the country. The strike by the GDL union began on Thursday at 10 p.m. (2100 GMT) for passenger services and will continue until 10 p.m. (2100 GMT) on Friday. Deutsche Bahn, the German railway, said approximately 20% of its long-distance trains would still run on Friday but urged customers to delay unnecessary travel where possible.
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ClearBridge Investments, an investment management company, released its “ClearBridge Select Strategy” third quarter 2023 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. Rising bond rates and the Federal Reserve’s shift to a more hawkish stance put pressure on stocks in the third quarter. The strategy underperformed its Russell 3000 Index in the third […]
Israeli forces stormed into a refugee camp in the occupied West Bank on Friday to arrest suspected Palestinian militants, unleashing fighting with local gunmen in which six Palestinians were killed, health officials said. Among the dead were a 14-year-old boy and the founder of the Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade, an armed offshoot of the secular nationalist Fatah party, the Palestinian Health Ministry said. The Israeli military did not respond to a request for comment on the operation, which follows a dramatic surge in deadly military raids and increase in restrictions on Palestinian residents across the West Bank during the Israel-Hamas war.
Late last week, SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ: SOFI) announced it's shutting down its crypto trading business. Most SoFi crypto clients will have until Dec. 19 to either liquidate or transfer their crypto portfolios to another exchange. For those who opt for the latter, SoFi has teamed with the Blockchain.com crypto exchange to streamline the process.
Apple built more iPhone 15s in India than any past model and it plans to continue that trend.
Japan's yen was on track for a fourth weekly gain on Friday as traders speculated the ultra-dovish Bank of Japan was moving closer to tightening monetary policy. World stocks, meanwhile, teetered on their first weekly loss since October as a rally fuelled by hopes of the U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank cutting interest rates paused ahead of key U.S. jobs data. The yen, last at 144.29 per dollar on Friday following a rapid rebound after trading close to a 30-year low last month, was on track for a 1.75% rise this week after also gaining a similar amount the week before.
Tens of thousands who have evacuated to the ‘safe zone’ face lack of food, water and shelter and fear further bomb strikes
In a snow-covered field in western Poland, Ukrainian soldiers are being trained in trench warfare, just days before being sent to the front in what has become a grinding war of attrition against Russia. Reuters was among a number of media organisations invited this week to watch the training, which was conducted by soldiers from Poland, France and Belgium, in Wedrzyn, around 40 kilometres from the German border. "Most of the people have actually no military experience and they are taught how to execute some basic tactics," said one Ukrainian soldier.
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A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a 42-year-old woman in east London, Scotland Yard has said.
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LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's antitrust regulator will review whether Microsoft's partnership with OpenAI has resulted in an "acquisition of control," which leads to one party having material influence over another, it said on Friday. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said it was also considering if the deal had resulted in the creation of a relevant merger situation. "There have recently been a number of developments in the governance of OpenAI, some of which involved Microsoft," the CMA said.
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