2019-01-22 20:36:22| Trade-Ideas Software
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2019-01-22 10:04:42| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Rolling coverage of the first day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, including appearances from Brazils Jair Bolsonaro, Prince William, Sir David Attenborough and New Zealand PM Jacinda ArdernIntroduction: Day One of DavosLast night, Attenborough warned the Garden Of Eden is no moreUnion chief: We need wealth transfer 9.04am GMT Davos attendees may be worried about climate change, but many are still choosing to arrive by private jet. Davos doesnt have its own airfield and, whilst we have several clients who fly into the town by helicopter, the four main airfields that private jet users attending the forum use are Zürich, Dübendorf, St. Gallen-Altenrhein and St. Moritz.Working with WingX, we looked at private jet activity at those airports over the six days of each WEF week since 2013 from one day before the event to one day after. Last year was the busiest year for private jets so far, showing an 11% increase on 2017, with more than 1,300 aircraft movements. If we see a similar increase this year, we could be looking at almost 1,500 aircraft movements over the six days. 9.03am GMT Roland Rudd is in Davos and has been speaking about Brexit. The veteran PR man says the UK would feel the pinch very soon if the UK leaves the EU without a deal and that the rest of the world is amazed were having this conversation.CEOs are "genuinely flabbergasted" that a no-deal Brexit could be a possibility, PR veteran Roland Rudd says https://t.co/3rj7uHLbSq #wef19 pic.twitter.com/JtwsGkH7Mx Continue reading...
2019-01-21 10:03:23| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Official data show Chinas economy grew 6.6% last year as the worlds global elite head to the World Economic Forum 8.59am GMT The chief executive of Just Eat, Peter Plumb, has left abruptly. The takeaway ordering website announced he had stepped down with immediate effect just 16 months after joining the firm from MoneySavingExpert.com. Chief customer officer Peter Duffy will run the business until a permanent replacement is found. The shares dropped 3% on the news but are now slightly up.2018 was another year of strong growth for the group. The business is in good health, and now is the right time for me to step aside and make way for a new leader for the next exciting wave of growth. 8.51am GMT The troubled cafe chain Patisserie Valerie issued a statement this morning, saying that talks with its banks continue and it will give an update when they are concluded. The chain is fighting for its survival.Luke Johnson, Patisserie Valeries leading shareholder, has been seeking to extend a standstill agreement on its bank facilities, which officially expired at midnight on Friday. Related: Patisserie Valerie could collapse this week if last-ditch talks fail Continue reading...
2019-01-19 12:20:09| The Economic Times
2019 will definitely augur well, much better than 2018.
2019-01-18 09:02:40| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial newsWSJ: Steven Mnuchin proposed cutting China tariffsTreasury denies it, but stocks rise 8.02am GMT Stocks jumped across the Asia-Pacific region overnight, following the WSJs report.Chinas benchmark Shanghai Composite rallied by almost 1.5%, with Japan gaining 1%. 7.49am GMT Investors are hopeful that Steve Mnuchin could calm the trade war, says Adam Cole of Royal Bank of Canada:Optimism of trade policy again dominates overnight price action, with a report in the Wall Street Journal that Treasury Secretary Mnuchin (a free trade proponent, in contrast to Lighthizer and Trump) has proposed easing tariffs on China to support markets.The Treasury denied the report, but stock futures are still 0.3% higher. Continue reading...