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Nov 10, 2014

RT Videos - November 10, 2014. Air Force fires two top nuclear arsenal commanders.

Air Force fires two top nuclear arsenal commanders

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Published on Nov 10, 2014
The US Air Force has fired two senior commanders in charge of the country’s nuclear arsenal. Just the latest incident involving top officials who oversee nuclear facilities, the harsh disciplinary action once again raises questions over the competency of those tasked with such crucial roles. RT’s Manila Chan discusses with Colin Clark, editor of

DealBook P.M. Edition - November 10, 2014: White Collar Watch: Takata Faces Inevitable U.S. Inquiry Into Airbags.

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Monday, November 10, 2014
Eleven automakers have recalled more than 14 million vehicles because of the risk of rupture in airbags made by Takata of Japan.
White Collar Watch: Takata Faces Inevitable U.S. Inquiry Into Airbags The Japanese manufacturer Takata will need to decide on its approach to handling an investigation into defective airbags, Peter J. Henning writes in the White Collar Watch column.
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Nutreco, the Dutch supplier of animal food.
SHV Holdings Sweetens Bid for Nutreco, Dutch Supplier of Animal Food The Netherlands conglomerate raised its bid to $3.71 billion in cash after Cargill made a counteroffer in which it would break up the company.
An image taken by a GoPro Hero4 Silver camera.
GoPro and Its Founder to Sell More Shares 5 Months After I.P.O. The follow-on offering will allow the company to raise more money for hiring employees and making acquisitions as well as take control over how more of its shares enter the public markets.
Hellman & Friedman Raises $10.9 Billion for Private Equity Fund The oversubscribed fund, including $10.25 billion of capital from outside investors, is the largest in the history of Hellman & Friedman, which formed its first partnership in 1987.
An employee of Dendreon works on the company's prostate cancer drug Provenge.
Dendreon, Maker of Prostate Cancer Drug Provenge, Files for Bankruptcy Dendreon filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday after sales of Provenge fell way short of expectations and the company could not pay off a huge debt coming due.
The building 30 St. Mary Axe is known as the Gherkin for its resemblance to a pickle.
Safra Group to Acquire 'Gherkin' Building in London The building, 30 St. Mary Axe, was placed in receivership this year. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the sale price was said to exceed $1.1 billion.
Survey Sampling International provides corporate surveys.
HGGC to Buy Control of Survey Sampling International The middle-market private equity firm HGGC announced on Monday that it is jumping into the corporate survey business.
Financial Stability Board to Propose Stricter Capital Rules for Global Banks The plan would require global systemically important banks to hold twice as much capital, 6 percent, as required by Basel III rules.
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The Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading hall. Chinese leaders authorized a share-trading program between Hong Kong and Shanghai on Monday.
At APEC Meeting, Beijing Strengthens Ties to Its Neighbors China unveiled a series of economic measures that also potentially weaken the region's ties to the United States.
Readings on Retail Sales and Consumer Sentiment On Friday, the Commerce Department will report the latest data on retail sales, for October. Analysts foresee a 0.2 percentage point rise in retail sales compared with September. Also Friday, the preliminary Thomson Reuters University of Michigan survey of consumer sentiment in November is to be released, with economists looking for a rise to 87.5, from 86.9 in October. The consumer sentiment index has been on the upswing recently, helped by lower gas prices, a surging stock market and a gradually falling unemployment rate. One year ago, in November 2013, in the aftermath of the government shutdown, consumer confidence stood at 75.1 in the University of Michigan survey. Wall Street will be watching both figures for clues to how the crucial holiday shopping season is shaping up and for signs of how much of an impact lower gas prices are having on consumer spending habits.
Data on Eurozone Growth Could Point Toward Recession The eurozone's third-quarter economic growth figures are due out Friday and they could show that the region is indeed tipping toward its third recession in five years. Second-quarter growth was zero; if the third quarter follows suit - or if the figures show the economy actually contracted - alarm bells will ring. Even if the eurozone over all managed to record weak growth in the quarter, unease will grow if the German economy contracted.
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WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on November 10, 2014

Major Indexes Closing
Major Indexes 6:00 p.m. EST 11/10/14
  Last Chg % Chg
DJIA* 17613.74 39.81 0.23
DJ Transportation Average* 9068.48 119.37 1.33
DJ Utility Average* 606.75 3.67 0.61
Nasdaq* 4651.62 19.08 0.41
Nasdaq 100* 4175.95 15.44 0.37
S&P 500* 2038.26 6.34 0.31
S&P 400 Mid-Cap* 1434.80 4.73 0.33
S&P 600 Small-Cap* 681.39 2.33 0.34
DJ Total Stock Market* 21191.20 66.79 0.32
NYSE Composite* 10892.56 27.98 0.26
NYSE Financial* 6687.52 26.44 0.40
Russell 2000* 1179.57 6.25 0.53
NYSE MKT Composite* 2583.83 -0.82 -0.03
KBW Bank* 73.40 0.28 0.38
PHLX Gold/Silver* 65.09 -3.95 -5.72
PHLX Housing Sector* 204.57 1.12 0.55
PHLX Oil Service* 246.03 -2.81 -1.13
PHLX Semiconductor* 642.25 4.77 0.75
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Markets Diary 6:02 p.m. EST 11/10/14
Issues NYSE Nasdaq NYSE MKT
Advancing 1,794 1,677 168
Declining 1,364 1,051 216
Unchanged 109 84 17
Total 3,267 2,812 401

Issues at      
New 52 Week High 221 148 4
New 52 Week Low 28 45 12

Share Volume      
Total 3,244,266,357 1,816,689,409 103,548,943
Advancing 1,636,415,495 1,036,798,953 49,349,220
Declining 1,554,936,695 766,499,003 53,397,116
Unchanged 42,704,625 13,391,453 802,607
Major World Indexes 4:40 p.m. EST 11/10/14
  Last Chg % Chg
Global Dow* 2527.07 10.34 0.41
DJ Global Index* 322.65 1.32 0.41
DJ Global exUS* 230.07 1.18 0.52
Stoxx Europe 50* 2998.91 19.89 0.67
UK: FTSE 100* 6611.25 44.01 0.67
Germany: DAX* 9351.87 60.04 0.65
Japan: Nikkei 225* 16780.53 -99.85 -0.59
Hong Kong: Hang Seng* 23744.70 194.46 0.83
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Indexes may be real-time or delayed based on exchange requirements.

Sources: SIX Financial Information; WSJ Market Data Group