Corporate bond sales resume after week-long hiatus

Corporate bond sales resume after week-long hiatus

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Joe Rennison in London and Eric Platt in New York March 4, 2020 Print this page Corporate bond sales have resumed this week following a week-long hiatus as debt markets regained their footing after a sharp sell-off triggered by fears over the spread of coronavirus. Paint company Sherwin-Williams on Tuesday announced the first investment-grade bond […]

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Balthazar Getty floats Hollywood Hills compound for sale again

Balthazar Getty floats Hollywood Hills compound for sale again

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Actor-musician Balthazar Getty, a great-grandson of oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, has put his modern Hollywood Hills compound on the market for $9.25 million. It’s not his first time trying to shed the estate. He first listed it in 2015 for $10.25 million and trimmed the price to $9.85 million two years later. He’s owned […]

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GM to boost spending on EVs after battery breakthrough

GM to boost spending on EVs after battery breakthrough

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General Motors has raised its spending on electric and autonomous vehicles to $20bn by 2025, after claiming a battery breakthrough that it says will give its cars longer range and faster recharging as well as making its new wave of vehicles profitable. The company, whose brands range from Chevrolet to Cadillac, will launch 20 new […]

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Wall Street set to rebound from sharp sell-off

Wall Street set to rebound from sharp sell-off

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European stock markets and US futures pushed higher on Wednesday, as investors anticipated more policy responses to the threat of coronavirus and cheered Joe Biden’s strong showing in the US Democratic primaries. European markets rose through the session leaving the Stoxx 600, an index of the region’s largest companies, up 1.8 per cent. London’s FTSE […]

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