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RPT-Brazil's BRF turnaround will take at least 2 years -CEO

9:00am GMT

NEW YORK, Nov 12 Investors will not see the results of a turnaround in Brazil's BRF SA, the world's largest poultry exporter, in the short term, the company's chief executive officer Pedro Parente told Reuters on Monday.

Brazil's BRF turnaround will take at least 2 years -CEO

12 Nov 2018

NEW YORK, Nov 12 Investors will not see the results of a turnaround in Brazil's BRF SA, the world's largest poultry exporter, in the short term, the company's chief executive officer Pedro Parente told Reuters on Monday.

Global stocks rise after U.S. vote splits power; dollar slips

07 Nov 2018

NEW YORK Most major stock markets rose on Wednesday, led by a strong rally on Wall Street, after the outcome of the U.S. midterm congressional elections drove expectations of political gridlock in Washington, boosting risk assets and weighing on the dollar. | Video

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rise after U.S. vote splits power; dollar slips

07 Nov 2018

* Interactive chart on U.S. midterms https://tmsnrt.rs/2D6XH9t (Updates prices, changes comment, byline)

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks little changed ahead of midterms, Fed; oil up

05 Nov 2018

* Crude up as Iran sanctions kick in (Updates prices, changes comment, dateline from previous LONDON)

Euro, pound rally on Brexit concession; global stocks dip

19 Oct 2018

NEW YORK Stocks dipped on Friday, dragging a global index into a fourth consecutive weekly loss, while the euro and sterling rallied against the dollar after a report said Britain is ready to drop a key Brexit demand.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro, pound rally on Brexit concession; stocks pare gains

19 Oct 2018

* Oil up but posts weekly loss on stock build, trade tensions (Updates prices, comments)

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks bounce back despite Italy angst; dollar dips

19 Oct 2018

* Italian 10-yr bond yield at 4-1/2-yr high; spread to Bunds jumps

Stocks tumble on souring sentiment; oil falls

18 Oct 2018

NEW YORK Stocks fell sharply on Thursday while the Japanese yen rose in a move toward safety assets, with traders citing the Sino-U.S. trade war, Italy's budget concerns and a widening gap between the United States and Saudi Arabia.

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