5 things to know before the stock exchange opens on Friday 3 December

5 things to know before the stock exchange opens on Friday 3 December

Here are the key news, trends and analyzes that investors need to start their trading day: Stock futures rise one day after Wall Street’s big rally Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on December 2, 2021 in New York City. Spencer Platt | Getty Images US stock futures rose … Read more

Didi Global plans to list from New York, search listing in Hong Kong

Didi Global plans to list from New York, search listing in Hong Kong

SHANGHAI / HONG KONG – Ride-hilling giant Didi Global said on Friday it would delist from the New York Stock Exchange and pursue an IPO in Hong Kong, succumbing to pressure from Chinese regulators concerned about data security. It encountered Chinese authorities pushing ahead with its 4.4 billion US IPO in July despite being asked … Read more

Alibaba threatens bigger than Beijing in Weibo IPO

HONG KONG, DECEMBER 3 (Reuters Breakingviews) – China’s most censored internet company has bigger concerns than Beijing. Weibo (WB.O), the country’s response to Twitter, is a frequent target for regulatory intervention thanks to its influence over public opinion. Leaders have mostly handled it with awareness. The company’s relationship with Alibaba (9988.HK) is a worse thorn … Read more

Senate adopts funding proposal avoiding closure Washington

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Senate has passed a bill to stop spending, avoiding a short-term shutdown and funding the federal government through Feb. 18, after leaders deflected a biased battle over federal vaccine mandates. The measure now goes to President Joe Biden to be signed into law. Earlier Thursday, congressional leaders announced that they had … Read more

The number of unemployed in the United States is rising by 28,000, but still low at 222,000

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week, although the US labor market has returned from last year’s corona recession By PAUL WISEMAN AP Financial Writer December 2, 2021 at 18.30 • 3 min read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article WASHINGTON – The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits … Read more

US, EU, UK and Canada announce new sanctions against Belarus | News about refugees

Sanctions against Belarusian entities and individuals come amid an ongoing press campaign against President Alexander Lukashenko. The United States, Britain, the EU and Canada have imposed sanctions on Belarus, accusing President Alexander Lukashenko’s government of human rights abuses and “orchestrating” irregular migration at the EU border. The two North American countries, Britain and the European … Read more

Inflation hits companies’ bottom lines as they struggle to pass on higher costs to customers :: WRAL.com

By Matt Talhelm, WRAL Reporter Raleigh, NC Rising costs are affecting business owners just as much as consumers, according to the latest CFO study produced by Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta and Richmond, Va. The quarterly survey, published Thursday, shows that cost increases are a growing challenge … Read more

Japan’s entry ban gives fear to foreigners, businesses | Coronavirus pandemic

Cassie Lord, a freelance writer based in Tsukuba, Japan, planned to celebrate Christmas in her home country, the United Kingdom. She has not been home for almost three years and was hoping to spend time with a family member who has recently had heart surgery. Now her plans are in disarray after Tokyo reintroduced strict … Read more

The job report from November is crucial. See labor force participation rate.

Text size Joe Raedle / Getty Images Given Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s recent turning point towards a more hawkish stance on inflation, the November job report is even more consistent than it otherwise would have been. Investors will learn Friday morning to what extent the U.S. labor shortage continued last month, how much of … Read more

Employers probably hired more workers and increased wages in November

A worker moves boxes of goods to be scanned and shipped to delivery trucks during operations on Cyber ​​Monday at Amazon’s Delivery Center in Robbinsville, New Jersey, on November 29, 2021. Facebook Facebook logo Create a Facebook profile to connect with Mike Segar Reuters Job growth is expected to have been strong in November, and … Read more