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Thursday, 13 December
Trump says GM shift to electric vehicles is 'not going to work'
12m ago - WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Thursday said General Motors Co's decision to shift much of its focus to electric vehicles will not succeed, and he asserted a new trade deal will make it harder for the company to move work to other countries.
Exclusive: France plans Renault CEO hunt as board frays over Ghosn - sources
50m ago - PARIS (Reuters) - The French government is seeking candidates to replace Renault embattled boss Carlos Ghosn, sources told Reuters, as board members began to voice doubts about keeping him in office following his indictment in Japan for suspected misconduct.
S&P 500 ends choppy session little changed
8m ago - NEW YORK (Reuters) - The S&P 500 ended little changed after a volatile session on Thursday, as investors favored defensive sectors while the biggest drag came from financials and consumer discretionary stocks.
Instacart to close Whole Foods delivery operation next year
1h ago - (Reuters) - Instacart said on Thursday it will stop delivering groceries for Whole Foods next year, ending a partnership that has been under stress since Amazon.com Inc acquired the upmarket grocer last year.
GLOBAL MARKETS LIVE: Morgan Stanley, Nissan, Renault, Deutsche Bank…
6h ago - Morgan Stanley exits Russia. The Renault Nissan series continues, while in Germany, the hypothesis of a merger between the country's two largest banks is gaining in importance. US stock-index futures was slightly down as global equities are mixed, with investors weighing progress in America-China trade relations.
THE DAILY MACRO BRIEF: Cohen sentencing, Italy has changed its tone, May is holding up well...
7h ago - A two-day European Summit will be held in Brussels to support Theresa May and ensure the sustainability of the European Union in the midst of the Brexit storm. Rome has decided to make an effort on its budget deficit after its meeting with Brussels yesterday. The ECB meeting will be closely followed by investors today.
ECB ends crisis-fighting bond buys but eyes increasing risks
3h ago - FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank formally ended its 2.6 trillion euro (2.3 trillion pounds) crisis-fighting bond purchase scheme on Thursday but promised to keep feeding stimulus for years into an economy struggling with an unexpected slowdown and political turmoil.