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Estonia's Bolt raises 600 mln euros for quick-delivery push
Estonian startup Bolt said on Monday it had raised 600 million euros ($714 million) from investors and would plough the proceeds into quick grocery delivery, upping the ante in a fast-growing but fiercely competitive market.
1:00AM EDT
SoftBank-backed Policybazaar files for $809 mln IPO
SoftBank Group-backed PB Fintech Ltd, the parent of Indian online insurance platform Policybazaar, has filed for an initial public offering of up to 60.18 billion rupees ($809.36 million), draft papers https://www.investmentbank.kotak.com/downloads/pb-fintech-limited-DRHP.pdf filed with the market regulator showed. ($1 = 74.3550 Indian rupees) (Reporting by Chris Thomas in Bengaluru; Editing by Ramakrishnan M.)
12:49AM EDT
Indonesia's June foreign arrivals fall 10.04% y/y - stats bureau
Foreign visitor arrivals to Indonesia fell 10.04% from a year earlier in June to about 140,900, data from the statistics bureau showed on Monday, as the coronavirus pandemic continue to disrupt global travel.
12:48AM EDT
China's bearish PMI, virus cases hit yuan; more policy easing expected
China's yuan extended its decline on Monday after it posted a second month of losses in July, with sentiment dampened by disappointing economic data and investor worries over spreading domestic COVID-19 cases of the Delta variant. Prior to market opening, the People's Bank of China (PBOC) set the midpoint rate at 6.4660 per dollar, 58 pips weaker than the previous fix of 6.4602. In the spot market, onshore yuan opened at 6.4640 per dollar and was changing
12:33AM EDT
JGB little changed ahead of 10-year auction
Japanese government bonds were narrowly mixed at the start of a new month on Monday, with benchmark 10-year bonds untraded by early afternoon as investors looked to an auction the following day.
12:24AM EDT
QUOTES-Square bags buy now, pay later firm Afterpay for $29 bln
Square Inc on Monday said it has agreed to purchase buy now, pay later (BNPL) pioneer Afterpay Ltd to create a global online payments giant, offering a 30% premium in a share-swap deal that is set to be Australia's biggest-ever buyout.
12:13AM EDT
UPDATE 7-Twitter's Dorsey leads $29 bln buyout of lending pioneer Afterpay
* Afterpay U.S. sales soar in fiscal 2021 (Adds break fee, banks involved)
12:12AM EDT
PRECIOUS-Gold dips as dollar holds ground; U.S. jobs data in focus
* Spot gold may revisit July 23 low of $1,789.98/oz -technicals
AUG 01 2021
Indian shares rise as auto stocks gain on solid July sales data
Indian shares rose on Monday, helped by auto stocks as monthly data showed recovery in July sales after a second wave of COVID-19 cases had dented demand
AUG 01 2021
UPDATE 2-New Zealand housing crisis sparks human rights inquiry
* Ardern defends government's housing record (Adds housing details, human rights commission comment)
AUG 01 2021
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ALL AMERICAN INDICES
Data as of 2 Aug 2021. All quotes delayed at least 15 minutes.
SymbIndexTimeLastChgChg %
.DJIDow Jones Industrial Average30 Jul 202134,935.47-149.06-0.42%
.IXICNasdaq Composite Index30 Jul 202114,672.68----%
.TRXFLDUSPThomson Reuters Equity US Index30 Jul 2021393.64-2.28-0.58%
.TRXFLDCAPThomson Reuters Equity Canada Index30 Jul 2021370.99-0.42-0.11%
.GSPTSES&P/TSX Composite Index30 Jul 202120,287.80-23.98-0.12%
.XAXAMEX Composite Index30 Jul 20213,017.46+0.00+0.00%
.MXXMXSE IPC30 Jul 202150,868.32-766.28-1.48%
MARKETS
STOCKS
S&P »4,395.26-0.54%
Dow »34,935.47-0.42%
FTSE 100 »7,032.30-0.65%
Nikkei 225 »27,830.20+2.00%
BONDS
US 10YR+1.222-0.017
DE 10YR-0.458+0.000
JP 10YR+0.020+0.001
CURRENCIES
USD / EUR »0.8422-0.05%
USD / GBP »0.7194-0.01%
USD / JPY »109.6700-0.03%
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MSTR.OQ5.00to2.50Outperform
DNR.N4.00to2.00Outperform
IZEA.OQ5.00to3.00Hold
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Symbol4 wk rating
change
Current mean
rating
IDRA.OQ1.80to3.00Hold
ORC.N1.50to2.50Outperform
TPL.N1.50to2.50Outperform
BUSINESS VIDEO
01:05
Disney mandates vaccines for on-site U.S. employees
Walt Disney said on Friday it was making vaccination mandatory for all its on-site salaried and non-union hourly employees in the United States, as the highly infectious Delta COVID-19 variant drives a resurgence in cases. This report produced by Freddie Joyner.
02:14
Wall Street ends lower, clobbered by Amazon
04:48
Fed will accept higher inflation rate -advisor
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