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  • BOC and ECB highlight the week A quick look at the economic calendar next week has the BOC and ECB meeting and statements as the highlights. The earnings calendar is also full.

    Key economic releases for next weeks trading. Lots of earnings also released.

    BOC and ECB highlight the week A quick look at the economic calendar next week has the BOC and ECB meeting and statements as the highlights. The earnings calendar is also full.
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  • UK PM May with comments as EU summit gets underway in Brussels 19 Oct - continued cooperation with Europe must be at heart of future relations - wants to see urgency in agreement on citizens rights

    UK’s May says she looks forward to progressing Brexit vision in coming weeks

    UK PM May with comments as EU summit gets underway in Brussels 19 Oct - continued cooperation with Europe must be at heart of future relations - wants to see urgency in agreement on citizens rights
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  • UPDATED: 10/12/17 2:07 pm ET - adds details DETROIT -- General Motors plans to scale back production and temporarily shutter an assembly plant in Detroit through the end of the year amid a slump in car demand across the industry. The automaker will idle its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant for six weeks beginning in mid-November, according to a source familiar with the plans. The downtime will begin the week of Nov. 13, which had been previously scheduled. It will be followed by five additional weeks that will idle the plant through the holiday shutdown at the end of December. The move, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, will mean lay offs for roughly 1,500 workers who build the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Volt -- all sedans with relatively high inventories. GM, in an emailed statement, confirmed it “will be making schedule adjustments to keep supply and demand in balance,” including the plant operating under a reduced production sche..

    GM to idle Detroit-Hamtramck car plant for 6 weeks, cut output

    UPDATED: 10/12/17 2:07 pm ET - adds details DETROIT -- General Motors plans to scale back production and temporarily shutter an assembly plant in Detroit through the end of the year amid a slump in car demand across the industry. The automaker will idle its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant for six weeks beginning in mid-November, according to a source familiar with the plans. The downtime will begin the week of Nov. 13, which had been previously scheduled. It will be followed by five additional weeks that will idle the plant through the holiday shutdown at the end of December. The move, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, will mean lay offs for roughly 1,500 workers who build the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Volt -- all sedans with relatively high inventories. GM, in an emailed statement, confirmed it “will be making schedule adjustments to keep supply and demand in balance,” including the plant operating under a reduced production sche..
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  • UPDATED: 10/12/17 2:07 pm ET - adds details DETROIT -- General Motors plans to scale back production and temporarily shutter an assembly plant in Detroit through the end of the year amid a slump in car demand across the industry. The automaker will idle its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant for six weeks beginning in mid-November, according to a source familiar with the plans. The downtime will begin the week of Nov. 13, which had been previously scheduled. It will be followed by five additional weeks that will idle the plant through the holiday shutdown at the end of December. The move, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, will mean lay offs for roughly 1,500 workers who build the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Volt -- all sedans with relatively high inventories. GM, in an emailed statement, confirmed it “will be making schedule adjustments to keep supply and demand in balance,” including the plant operating under a reduced production sche..

    GM to idle Detroit-Hamtramck car plant for 6 weeks, cut output

    UPDATED: 10/12/17 2:07 pm ET - adds details DETROIT -- General Motors plans to scale back production and temporarily shutter an assembly plant in Detroit through the end of the year amid a slump in car demand across the industry. The automaker will idle its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant for six weeks beginning in mid-November, according to a source familiar with the plans. The downtime will begin the week of Nov. 13, which had been previously scheduled. It will be followed by five additional weeks that will idle the plant through the holiday shutdown at the end of December. The move, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, will mean lay offs for roughly 1,500 workers who build the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Volt -- all sedans with relatively high inventories. GM, in an emailed statement, confirmed it “will be making schedule adjustments to keep supply and demand in balance,” including the plant operating under a reduced production sche..
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  • UPDATED: 10/12/17 10:25 am ET - adds details DETROIT -- General Motors plans to scale back production at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant and idle about 1,500 workers, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing sources familiar with the plan. The company plans to shut the factory for about six weeks from mid-November, and cut production by roughly 20 percent once operations resume, the Journal reported. The move will cost about 200 workers their jobs. General Motors declined to comment. The Detroit Hamtramck plant builds the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Volt. Supplies of those vehicles reported by the Automotive News Data Center, as of Oct. 1: • Buick LaCrosse: 284 days, down from 286 on Sept. 1 • Cadillac CT6: 106 days, down from 145 on Sept. 1 • Chevrolet Impala: 67 days, up from 49 on Sept. 1 • Chevrolet Volt: 107 days, up from 97 on Sept. 1 Both GM and rival Ford Motor Co. have worked for most of this year to rein in high ..

    GM to idle Detroit-Hamtramck plant for 6 weeks, cut production, report says

    UPDATED: 10/12/17 10:25 am ET - adds details DETROIT -- General Motors plans to scale back production at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant and idle about 1,500 workers, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing sources familiar with the plan. The company plans to shut the factory for about six weeks from mid-November, and cut production by roughly 20 percent once operations resume, the Journal reported. The move will cost about 200 workers their jobs. General Motors declined to comment. The Detroit Hamtramck plant builds the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Volt. Supplies of those vehicles reported by the Automotive News Data Center, as of Oct. 1: • Buick LaCrosse: 284 days, down from 286 on Sept. 1 • Cadillac CT6: 106 days, down from 145 on Sept. 1 • Chevrolet Impala: 67 days, up from 49 on Sept. 1 • Chevrolet Volt: 107 days, up from 97 on Sept. 1 Both GM and rival Ford Motor Co. have worked for most of this year to rein in high ..
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  • DETROIT -- General Motors plans to scale back production at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant and idle about 1,500 workers, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing sources familiar with the plan. The company plans to shut the factory for about six weeks from mid-November, and cut production by roughly 20 percent once operations resume, the Journal eported. The move will cost about 200 workers their jobs. General Motors declined to comment. The Detroit Hamtramck plant builds the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Volt. Supplies of those vehicles reported by the Automotive News Data Center, as of Oct. 1: • Buick LaCrosse: 284 days, down from 286 on Sept. 1 • Cadillac CT6: 106 days, down from 145 on Sept. 1 • Chevrolet Impala: 67 days, up from 49 on Sept. 1 • Chevrolet Volt: 107 days, up from 97 on Sept. 1

    GM to idle Detroit-Hamtramck plant for 6 weeks, cut production

    DETROIT -- General Motors plans to scale back production at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant and idle about 1,500 workers, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing sources familiar with the plan. The company plans to shut the factory for about six weeks from mid-November, and cut production by roughly 20 percent once operations resume, the Journal eported. The move will cost about 200 workers their jobs. General Motors declined to comment. The Detroit Hamtramck plant builds the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Volt. Supplies of those vehicles reported by the Automotive News Data Center, as of Oct. 1: • Buick LaCrosse: 284 days, down from 286 on Sept. 1 • Cadillac CT6: 106 days, down from 145 on Sept. 1 • Chevrolet Impala: 67 days, up from 49 on Sept. 1 • Chevrolet Volt: 107 days, up from 97 on Sept. 1
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  • Liverpool have been dealt a huge blow just days before the visit of arch-rivals Manchester United after Sadio Mane was ruled out for six weeks with a hamstring injury.The pacy forward was injured on international duty with Senegal and his absence could not have come at a worse time as manager Jurgen Klopp looks to get their season back on track after an indifferent September.“The winger was substituted 89 minutes into Senegal’s 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over the Cape Verde Islands on Saturday,” said a Liverpool statement.“And it has now been confirmed that he picked up an injury during that fixture that could keep him out of action for up to six weeks.”Sadio Mane has sustained a hamstring injury. Full story: https://t.co/QdynVm9kxp pic.twitter.com/VBs5rYn1rU— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 10, 2017Mane, who scored 13 Premier League goals last season despite missing the whole of January due to the African Nations Cup and the final six weeks of the campaign with a knee injury, has ..

    Liverpool forward Sadio Mane ruled out for six weeks

    Liverpool have been dealt a huge blow just days before the visit of arch-rivals Manchester United after Sadio Mane was ruled out for six weeks with a hamstring injury.The pacy forward was injured on international duty with Senegal and his absence could not have come at a worse time as manager Jurgen Klopp looks to get their season back on track after an indifferent September.“The winger was substituted 89 minutes into Senegal’s 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over the Cape Verde Islands on Saturday,” said a Liverpool statement.“And it has now been confirmed that he picked up an injury during that fixture that could keep him out of action for up to six weeks.”Sadio Mane has sustained a hamstring injury. Full story: https://t.co/QdynVm9kxp pic.twitter.com/VBs5rYn1rU— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 10, 2017Mane, who scored 13 Premier League goals last season despite missing the whole of January due to the African Nations Cup and the final six weeks of the campaign with a knee injury, has ..
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  • Sergio Aguero will be sidelined for six weeks as a result of the injuries he suffered in a car crash in Amsterdam, according to Argentina national team doctor Donato Villani.It had been thought the prolific Manchester City forward would be out for between two and four weeks after breaking a rib in the road accident last Thursday.That would have ruled the 29-year-old out of Argentina’s final two World Cup qualifiers against Peru and Ecuador, but could have seen him in contention for City’s Premier League match at home to Stoke on October 14.However, Villani has suggested Aguero is likely to be out for longer than expected.Sergio Aguero is be out for longer than initially expected (Mike Egerton/PA)He told www.tycsports.com: “He’s feeling very bad because he was really looking forward to coming to play and this incident, which had nothing to do with him, left him out of the two games.“He’s going to be off the pitch for a month and a half. “He can’t move in his house, nor get in and..

    Aguero will be out for six weeks, claims Argentina team doctor

    Sergio Aguero will be sidelined for six weeks as a result of the injuries he suffered in a car crash in Amsterdam, according to Argentina national team doctor Donato Villani.It had been thought the prolific Manchester City forward would be out for between two and four weeks after breaking a rib in the road accident last Thursday.That would have ruled the 29-year-old out of Argentina’s final two World Cup qualifiers against Peru and Ecuador, but could have seen him in contention for City’s Premier League match at home to Stoke on October 14.However, Villani has suggested Aguero is likely to be out for longer than expected.Sergio Aguero is be out for longer than initially expected (Mike Egerton/PA)He told www.tycsports.com: “He’s feeling very bad because he was really looking forward to coming to play and this incident, which had nothing to do with him, left him out of the two games.“He’s going to be off the pitch for a month and a half. “He can’t move in his house, nor get in and..
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  • Key Safety Systems has agreed to terms on the $1.6 billion purchase of assets of Takata, stricken by a recall of its faulty vehicle airbags, and final documents will be signed in less than two weeks.

    Takata says $1.6 billion Key Safety deal to be signed within 2 weeks

    Key Safety Systems has agreed to terms on the $1.6 billion purchase of assets of Takata, stricken by a recall of its faulty vehicle airbags, and final documents will be signed in less than two weeks.
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