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GLOBAL MARKETS-European shares knocked off four-year highs by Trump speech

11:55am GMT

LONDON, Nov 13 European shares fell on Wednesday from four-year highs after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to "substantially" increase tariffs if China failed to agree a trade deal, and he also took a swipe at European Union trade policies.

GLOBAL MARKETS-European shares knocked off four-year highs on Trump speech

9:25am GMT

* Commodities highlight concern about global demand (Updates throughout, changes byline, dateline)

Shale, other 'fake quality' assets at most risk as borrowing costs rise - Carmignac

08 Nov 2019

LONDON World markets could be approaching a tipping point in 2020 as funding costs start to rise, making bonds a riskier investment and some credit sectors, such as U.S. shale oil, particularly fragile, according to asset manager Carmignac.

Daily Briefing: Turning point on recession risks?

08 Nov 2019

LONDON Safe-haven assets from German Bunds and Treasuries to gold and the yen are nursing a bloody nose after this week’s market moves but the bleeding may have been staunched for now.

RPT-REUTERS SUMMIT-Shale, other "fake quality" assets at most risk as borrowing costs rise -Carmignac

08 Nov 2019

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RPT-REUTERS SUMMIT-Remain more likely than no-deal Brexit - Aviva's Fitzgerald

07 Nov 2019

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Remain more likely than no-deal Brexit - Aviva's Fitzgerald

07 Nov 2019

LONDON There is more than a one-in-five chance that Britain remains in the European Union and there's a greater likelihood of that outcome than a no-deal Brexit, said Peter Fitzgerald, head of multi-asset management at Aviva Investors.

Sterling bets too risky, some UK stocks appeal - LGIM

05 Nov 2019

LONDON Britain's biggest asset manager, Legal & General Investment Management, is wary of making a call on sterling's next move due to uncertainty over the outcome of Brexit, though it expects domestically-oriented UK shares to enjoy some brief gains.

Dollar funding and liquidity squeezes big risks for 2020, says Amundi CIO

05 Nov 2019

LONDON Market liquidity as well as dollar funding problems are likely to be the twin challenges for 2020 and Europe's largest asset manager Amundi had built up contingencies for both, chief investment officer Pascal Blanque said.

RPT-REUTERS SUMMIT-Sterling bets too risky, some UK stocks appeal - LGIM

05 Nov 2019

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