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King salmon reign becomes more precarious on changing Great Lakes.

Fifty years of stocking chinook, or king, salmon in the Great Lakes helped spawn a multibillion-dollar sport fishery.         

- USA TODAY - US

Wall St. retreats from record as industrials, tech lag.

NEW YORK - U.S. stocks declined on Monday as each of the major Wall Street indexes retreated from a record, weighed down by a drop in technology and industrial shares.

- Reuters - US

Dollar price continues to rise against Sudanese pound.

October 23, 2017 - The price of the US dollar has increased in the black market in Khartoum on Monday, settling at 21.7 Sudanese pounds as police launch a wide arrest campaign against hard currency traders. Following one week of decline after the U.S. decision to permanently lifting the economic embargo imposed on Sudan, ...

- SudanTribune.com - FR

Which trends will be hot for marketers this holiday season?.

As Amazon reaches further and further across our online shopping experience, which trends can brand marketers use to effectively compete?

- ZDNet - UK

NBU cuts official exchange rate to UAH 26.57 to dollar.

The National Bank of Ukraine on Monday evening lowered the official hryvnia exchange rate by four kopiykas, bringing the national currency to UAH 26.57 to the dollar.

- UNIAN - UA

At midday: TSX rises with financial stocks.

Abe victory boosts U.S. stocks, dollar

- The Globe and Mail - CA

The close: TSX ends barely lower, as Eldorado and energy stocks weigh.

Wall Street retreats from record as industrials, tech lag

- The Globe and Mail - CA

Stock plunges for peanut allergy patch maker.

Stock drops 50% for DBV Technologies after its Viaskin peanut allergy patch fails to clear clinical trials, providing a boost for competitor Aimmune.

- CNNMoney - US

What A Microsoft CMO Did Learn At Procter & Gamble.

Some of the techniques that help sell fabric softener are also applicable to enterprise software. But triggering emotions isn’t enough. Grad Conn has been the general manager and CMO of Microsoft’s U.S. sales organization since 2011. Early in his career, he spent time as a brand manager at Procter & ...

- Fast Company - US

Ex-HSBC currency trader convicted of fraud for front-running US$3.5B exchange order.

First to be tried on charges of manipulating pound in advance of client's forex conversion

- Financial Post - CA

EDITORIAL: Tame illegal fuel trade.

It will be regrettable when the so-called action or cracking the whip is arrived at in a knee-jerk step after loss of lives.

- BusinessDailyAfrica - KE

EU’s Drive to Monopolise Global Cheese Market Unfair

The registration of ‘Danbo’ as a protected geographic Indication for cheese has heightened concern by the Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand that the European Union is adding new trade barriers to monopolise value in the global ...

- Scoop NZ - NZ

China's trillion-dollar plan for world domination

As Donald Trump whips the world into a frenzy with his tweets, China is plotting a trillion-dollar global trade revamp which could change everything.It's being dubbed the "New Silk Road" which could redefine global trade and mark...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

NZ dollar trades near 5-month low as policies awaited

The New Zealand dollar traded near a five-month low, having sold off when the new government was announced, as traders await details of the coalition's policies.The kiwi dollar traded at 69.61 US cents as at 8am in Wellington from...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

UNIAN: NBU cuts official exchange rate to Hr 26.57 to dollar

The National Bank of Ukraine on October 23 evening lowered the official hryvnia exchange rate by four kopiykas, bringing the national currency to Hr 26.57 to the dollar. The post UNIAN: NBU cuts official exchange rate to Hr 26.57 to dollar appeared first on KyivPost.

- Kyiv Post - UA

Veggies yanked at some top supermarkets over safety concern

Recalls stem from Mann Packing finding a single positive result found in one product during random sampling in Canada.         

- USA TODAY - US

Wall St. stalls as industrials lag

NEW YORK - U.S. stocks were little changed, with the S&P 500 retreating slightly from a record on Monday, as a drop in General Electric weighed on industrial shares.

- Reuters - US

US forests, sustainably managed, really can help Europe decarbonise

Campaigners have warned about the environmental dangers of bioenergy, saying burning wood is not low-carbon. However, forests can – and must – be managed in a sustainable way that maintains or even increases the carbon stock, writes Tony Juniper.

- EurActive - UK

Brie trade agreement: China lifts soft cheese ban

Fans of soft cheeses in China have reason to celebrate after the country reversed a ban on mould-ripened cheeses, allowing imports of Camembert, Brie and Roquefort, European Union officials said on Monday .

- EurActive - UK

4 people from around the world share what it's like to get free college education

ShutterstockHigher education doesn't come cheap in the United States — citizens collectively hold about $1.31 trillion in college loan debt. Things are hardly this dire in certain other countries, where everything from preschool to university is paid for — at least in part — by the government. Some ...

- Business Insider - US

A former HSBC executive has been found guilty of fraud in a $3.5 billion currency trade

Thomson ReutersNEW YORK - A U.S. jury on Monday found a former HSBC Holdings Plc executive guilty of defrauding Cairn Energy Plc in a $3.5 billion currency trade in 2011. The verdict was read in federal court in Brooklyn, where Johnson was on trial for nearly four weeks. U.S. prosecutors have said that Johnson, formerly ...

- Business Insider - US

Grocery chains including Walmart, Whole Foods, and Trader Joe's are recalling vegetables in a food safety scare

Getty Images/Justin Sullivan A vegetable supplier for major grocery chains issued a recall on certain products after a random test showed listeria contamination. Grocery chains including Whole Foods, Walmart, and Trader Joe's have also issued recalls. Listeria symptoms include "high fever, severe headache, stiffness, ...

- Business Insider - US

Veggies yanked at some top supermarkets over safety concern

Recalls stem from Mann Packing finding a single positive result found in one product during random sampling in Canada.        

- USA TODAY - US

CBA announces manat rate for October 24

Official exchange rate of Azerbaijan's national currency, the manat, against the US dollar was set at 1.7001 AZN/USD for October 24, the Central Bank of Azerbaijan said on October 23.

- AzerNews - AZ

Brie trade agreement: China lifts soft cheese ban

Fans of soft cheeses in China have reason to celebrate after the country reversed a ban on mould-ripened cheeses, allowing imports of Camembert, Brie and Roquefort, European Union officials said Monday.

- TheCitizen - TZ

Naftogaz raises gas prices for industry from Nov1

National Joint-Stock Company Naftogaz of Ukraine will raise the minimum prices of natural gas for industrial consumers by 7.8% as of November 1, 2017, from UAH 8,164.8 per 1,000 cubic meters in October to UAH 8,805.6 per 1,000 cubic meters, the company said in a statement.

- UNIAN - UA

Fin24.com | Doubts about Gigaba's mini budget hit JSE confidence levels

Uncertainty about this week's mini budget has continued to erode confidence on the market and the rand dropped back sharply in early trade.

- Fin24 - SA

Fin24.com | JSE inches up on flat trading

Banking stocks firmed despite a weaker rand, while subdued metal commodity prices did not deter gains among some JSE-listed miners.

- Fin24 - SA

BT pension black hole could reduce – not rise – by billions

BT's troublesome pension black hole is set to reduce by billions of pounds as expectations of an interest rate rise mount, analysts said today. Previously, consensus opinion has been that BT's retirement deficit would swell from £8.7bn to around £11bn. But in a report by RBC Capital Markets, analysts said BT's shortfall ...

- City AM - UK

Market Extra: Has the Canadian dollar topped out?

The Canadian dollar has been a top performer among major currencies this year, with speculative bets for further gains hitting a five-year high. But with disappointing data last Friday and less than three months left in the year, the Canadian currency might have topped out.

- Marketwatch - US

US stocks mixed as retailers rise and industrial firms skid

NEW YORK — U.S. stocks are mixed Monday morning as clothing and household goods companies climb while industrial companies stumble. Major indexes are at all-time highs after a six-week winning streak and the Standard & Poor's 500 index has…

- Billings Gazette - US

Honda builds 100 millionth Super Cub bike

Filed under: Honda,Automotive History,Motorcycle The Super Cub was crucial for Honda's brand to get started in the U.S. market.Continue reading Honda builds 100 millionth Super Cub bike Honda builds 100 millionth Super Cub bike originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 23 Oct 2017 10:15:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of ...

- Autoblog - US

Singapore-based Zuzu gets $2M seed to help small hotels compete with big chains

Independently-owned hotels sometimes fall through the cracks of the hospitality industry because they struggle to compete with major chains, but don't belong on Airbnb or HomeAway. Zuzu Hospitality Solutions bridges the gap in Asia by providing essential revenue management and marketing services to small hotels while ...

- TechCrunch - US

Here's a super-quick guide to what traders are talking about right now

Thomson Reuters Dave Lutz, head of ETFs at JonesTrading, has an overview of today's markets. Earning season is ramping up this week, here are the 180 S&P 500 companies that are reporting. US markets are in the green Monday morning. Catalonia tensions persist, and the IBEX and Euro are trading in the red today. Here's Lutz: ...

- Business Insider - US

The US dollar is ticking higher on the 'prospects of both tax reform and additional monetary tightening by the Fed'

Markets InsiderThe dollar is ticking higher on Monday. The US dollar index was up by 0.3% at 93.99 at 8:51 a.m. ET. The dollar "is enjoying modest gains against most currencies as prospects of both tax reform and additional monetary tightening by the Fed carry over from last week," Marc Chandler, global head of currency ...

- Business Insider - US

There's a brand new way to bet on Trump tax reform

Alex Wong/Getty Images EventShares just launched its US Tax Reform Fund , which gives investors exposure to companies that are poised to see the greatest benefit from Trump's tax measures. It's the first exchange-traded fund in history to track a specific policy initiative. As painstaking progress has been made on President ...

- Business Insider - US

European banking sector continues painful path to recovery

Europe’s banks took further steps on the painful recovery path last year, but non-performing loans still loom over the sector, according to European Central Bank data published today. The number of credit institutions in the Eurozone fell from 2,379 in 2015 to 2,290 last year, the ECB said, with almost 7,000 branches ...

- City AM - UK

Victory for Abenomics lifts world stocks, dollar

LONDON - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's election victory lifted world stocks and the dollar on Monday, relegating concerns about Spain's escalating political crisis to little more than a blip on the market radar.

- Reuters - US

Chinese tech giant Tencent has a two-word pitch to bring Western brands to its platform

This is a portion of an article based on an interview with Tencent's Steven Chang. To read the full article, sign up for access to BI Intelligence. Tencent is staking its claim as the main gateway into China for Western brands. The tech giant recently opened up its advertising tools to marketers in the US — building a ...

- Silicon Alley Insider - US

Japan stocks advance on Abe's win, signaling fiscal spending and continued loose monetary policy

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's landslide sends Tokyo stocks higher and the yen down, with the path paved for a continuation of loose monetary policy.

- The Japan Times - JP

India Energy Exchange slides in its debut

Reuters/Shailesh Andrade Indian Energy Exchange fell as much as 8.5% in its trading debut amid valuation fears. The IPO was oversubscribed by just over two times. - Shares of Indian Energy Exchange Ltd fell as much as 8.5 percent on their market debut on Monday, hurt by worries about the power trading bourse's valuation. ...

- Business Insider - US

Chinese tech giant Tencent has a two-word pitch to bring Western brands to its platform

This is a portion of an article based on an interview with Tencent's Steven Chang. To read the full article, sign up for access to BI Intelligence. BI Intelligence Tencent is staking its claim as the main gateway into China for Western brands. The tech giant recently opened up its advertising tools to marketers in the US ...

- Business Insider - US

FCC Environment and the Norte Joven Association celebrate a day of fraternization

The session was opened by the Chairwoman of Norte Joven, Concepción Martín de Bustamante, who gave a presentation on the Association that was founded in 1985 to promote the social and working integration of socially disadvantaged people. It focuses on the full inclusion in society of young people and adults through ...

- WebWire - US

Adidas is using robots to produce small-batch, local-market shoes

It usually takes 18 months to bring a shoe to market. Global shoe brands want to bring that down to a few days.

- ZDNet - UK

Now talk nice: EU script to help May settle Brexit bill

By Alastair Macdonald BRUSSELS - Diplomatic theatrics at last week's Brussels summit revealed how European Union leaders will coax British Prime Minister Theresa May over the next two months into parting with tens of billions of euros in return for a post-Brexit trade deal. May gave away nothing hardliners in her ...

- Sify - IN

Shouting at consumers is a losing game – it's time for a rethink

Shouting at customers – or advertising, as it has been called for the last century or so – is a losing game. Scott Galloway, clinical professor of marketing at the New York University Stern School of Business, recently said that advertising is becoming “a tax on the poor”. If you’re wealthy ...

- City AM - UK

FCA slaps Merrill Lynch with £34.5m fine for derivative trading failings

The City's top watchdog has slapped banking giant Merrill Lynch with a £34.5m fine for not reporting tens of millions of derivative trades over a two year period. The groundbreaking enforcement action by the Financial Conduct Authority follows Merrill Lynch's failure to report details of 68.5m derivative transactions ...

- City AM - UK

HelloFresh IPO: Meal kit delivery startup wants a €1.5bn valuation

Cookery kit maker HelloFresh is hoping to raise up to €357m when it floats on the stock market, implying a valuation of €1.5bn. The German food firm, the majority of which is owned by e-commerce investor Rocket Internet, plans to sell as many as 31m new shares within a price range of €9 - €11.50. ...

- City AM - UK

A 'tormented' PM 'begged' for Juncker's help

The Prime Minister was "begging" Jean-Claude Juncker for his help during her 11th hour dinner just days before the European Council meeting that blocked talks from opening up to trade and transition. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung - better known as Faz - said the dinner was "quite different" to the previous ...

- City AM - UK

Brexit countdown: PM May faces Parliament and Davis travels to Paris

UK Brexit Secretary David Davis will travel to Paris on Monday for talks days after French President Emmanuel Macron suggested Britain would need to up its divorce payment offer to unlock trade negotiations. Davis will have dinner with French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian in the UK's latest attempt to jump-start ...

- MercoPress - FK

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