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Oct 19, 2016

The Guardian | World | Middle East | Syria: Merkel an Hollande Threaten Sanctions Against Russia Over Allepo Airstrikes

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The leaders of France and Germany lashed out on Thursday at President Vladimir Putin over Moscow’s bombardment of Aleppo and refused to rule out imposing sanctions on Russia.

Federal Register | The Daily Journal of the United States Government - October19, 2016


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Mortgage Rules under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and the Truth in Lending Act

Abstract: The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) is amending certain mortgage servicing rules issued by the Bureau in 2013. This final rule clarifies, revises, or amends provisions regarding force-placed insurance notices, policies and procedures, early intervention, and loss mitigation requirements under Regulation X's servicing provisions; and prompt crediting and periodic statement requirements under Regulation Z's servicing provisions. The final rule also addresses proper compliance...

Financial Crimes Enforcement Network

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Conditional Exception to Bank Secrecy Act:

Burma
Abstract: This document contains a conditional exception, pursuant to authority under the Bank Secrecy Act, which would permit certain U.S. financial institutions to maintain correspondent accounts for Burmese banks under certain conditions.

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WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on October 19, 2016

The Wall Street Journal
Major Indexes Closing
Major Indexes 5:46 p.m. EDT 10/19/16

WSJ | Closing Forex On October 19, 2016

The Wall Street Journal
Forex Closing
Major Currencies
Wednesday, October 19, 2016

WSJ | Most Actives Closing on October 19, 2016


The Wall Street Journal
Most Actives Closing
Most Active Stocks by Volume
4:31 pm ET 10/19/2016
NYSE

WSJ | Biggest Gainers Closing Closing on October 19, 2016 (Corrected)

The Wall Street Journal
Biggest Gainers Closing
Biggest Gainers
4:31 pm ET 10/19/2016
NYSE

WSJ | Biggest Decliners Closing on October 19, 2016

The Wall Street Journal
Biggest Decliners Closing
Biggest Decliners
4:31 pm ET 10/19/2016
NYSE

Today From DealBook - October 19, 2016: Steve Cohen May Return to Hedge Funds Industry Whn Ban Expires


The New York Times

Steven Cohen May Return to Hedge Fund Industry When Ban Expires

Wall Street Closing Report on October 19, 2016: Stocks Close Mostly Higher After Fed's Geige Book Beat, Energy Leads

cnbc.com
 
Fred Imbert
 
Stocks closed mostly higher on Wednesday, helped by better-than-expected earnings and rising oil prices, following the release of key economic data from the Federal Reserve.

Today From The FTC - October 19, 2016: FTC Presents Criminal Liaison Unit Award to Fraud and Cybercrime Unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York | Manufacturer of Kwik Fix, Hammer Tite, and Krylex Glues Settles with FTC, Agrees to Drop Misleading ‘Made in USA’ Claims



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From The NYT Daily Report on October 19, 2016: Explaining Yahoo's Unexpected Jump in Traffic

nytimes.com
 
Quentin Hardy
Marissa Mayer, Yahoo’s chief executive, did not give a reason for the site’s traffic bump. Ramin Rahimian for The New York Times
In its glory days, Yahoo had a garish mock hotel sign in San Francisco that billed the service as “a nice place to stay on the internet.” It may be again — but only after a fashion.
As Vindu Goel reports, an increased number of people were drawn to Yahoo in September. The reason may have been Yahoo’s disclosure that month that hackers stole data on 500 million users in 2014.
Yahoo’s chief executive, Marissa Mayer, did not give a reason for Yahoo’s traffic bump, which she described during a discussion of the company’s third-quarter earnings. It may have been a greater awareness, as customers remembered that they had accounts there, or it may have been people checking on their accounts and changing their passwords.
Neither of those scenarios suggests long-term loyalty or the kind of delight that draws new advertisers.
It may also have been a riposte to Verizon Communications, which had agreed to acquire Yahoo for $4.8 billion but last week said the data breach may have devalued Yahoo enough to justify renegotiating the price. Ms. Mayer was indicating business was normal, if not better.
So far, it’s arguably worse. Yahoo’s third-quarter revenue, after adjusting for accounting charges, was down 15 percent from a year ago. Profits were better than expected, largely because Ms. Mayer spent less capital and laid off about 300 people.
Yahoo’s traffic has been declining for a long time, overtaken by more adept, varied and apparently secure places to stay on the internet. Perhaps Verizon can renegotiate if it simply drags out the deal and traffic slows.
Of course, then it has less of an asset to stitch into a content business that already includes AOL.

CMI | Metals Spot Prices Closing on October 19, 2016

Spot Prices as of traditional New York closing times

Wednesday, October 19, 2016



 

European Closing Report on October 19, 2016: Europe Shares End in Green ; Central Banks Dominate Sentiment; Travis Perkins Slips 4.44%

cnbc.com
 
Gemma Acton, Sam Meredith
 
European shares closed in the green on Wednesday, bolstered by rising oil prices as investors exercised caution ahead of a key Federal Reserve data release and Thursday's European Central Bank (ECB) meeting.

From MarketWatch | U.S. Market - October 19, 2016: Stocks Markets Loses its Grip on Rallies at 3% Distinct Times During The Day at 9:50 a.m. ET, by Marrk DeCambre


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marketwatch.com
 
Mark DeCambre
Unfortunately for investors, the market hasn’t been able to hold on to early gains lately. What used to be a trend of late-session buying—a trend that had emerged in the wake of the U.K.’s decision to exit from the European Union on June 23—has morphed into a pattern of selling.

Asian Markets Closing Report on October 19, 2016: Most Asian MarketsAdvance as China's Q3 GDP Matches Expectations

cnbc.com
 
CNBC.com staff
 
Markets in Asia mostly advanced on Wednesday, following government data that showed the Chinese economy grew in line with expectations for the July-September quarter.