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Carmakers scramble to adapt to slowing Chinese demand

NEW YORK, Aug 28 (Reuters) - China's demand for luxury cars used to move in one direction - up. Now, the prospect of a sustained slump in Chinese demand, prompted by sharp declines in Chinese equity markets and a devaluation of the yuan, has global auto manufacturers scrambling to find new markets to sell goods. German car makers are reviewing how many vehicles to send to China or the U.S., ...
Source: Reuters | By: Joseph White and Nick Carey
Jon Najarian buys beaten-down oil driller

CNBC " Halftime Report " trader Jon Najarian bought shares of SeaDrill (Oslo Stock Exchange: SDRL-NO) after spotting unusual activity in the options market for a name that's down 33 percent this year. Here's where the trader sees the fast money headed and why he thinks the stock could rally. Najarian , who's leading the charts in the competition, up 10 percent this year, believes the stock may ...
Source: CNBC.com | By: Giovanny Moreano
Europe ends mixed, with investors cautious

European markets closed mixed on Friday, paring earlier losses, while investors remained vigilant after a rollercoaster week in global equity markets. The pan-European STOXX 600 (STOXX: .STOXX) fluctuated during trade and provisionally closed slightly higher by around 0.1 percent. On the week, the STOXX 600 closed 0.3 percent up. London's FTSE 100 (FTSE International: .FTSE) reversed losses to ...
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alexandra Gibbs
Are hopes for an oil bounce short lived?

On Thursday, oil prices soared over 10 percent, pushed by positive U.S. data and a recovery in financial markets, but by Friday, oil was keeping investors on their toes. On Friday, both Brent and WTI crude slumped back into the red during Europe's morning session then bounced back in afternoon trade. Analysts are now suggesting this isn't the time to get positive on oil prices but rather ...
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alexandra Gibbs
Power shortages threaten launch of Chinese-run Congo copper mine

KINSHASA, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Power shortages at a new Chinese-run copper mine in Democratic Republic of Congo could delay the expected October start of production or force output targets to be cut, the mine's deputy director said on Friday. The Sicomines copper mine, a joint venture between Chinese companies and Congolese state entities in the southeastern mining hub of Kolwezi, is one of ...
Source: Reuters | By: Aaron Ross
Kate Spade expands: Kids & home  

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Uber fundraising in China  

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Subaru sees no immediate return to Tianjin port after blast

TOKYO, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Subaru maker Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd said on Friday that it will keep diverting car exports from Tianjin to Shanghai for now because its Tianjin operations have yet to return to normal after explosions in the Chinese port city this month. Tianjin is normally the Subaru car maker's biggest entry point in China, but Fuji Heavy diverted its Tianjin-bound cargo to ...
Source: Reuters
China banks warn of rising bad loans and falling margins as economy slows

* China banks post slowest H1 profit growth in at least 6 years * Lenders warn of tough second half * Big five set aside more provisions, expect bad-debt jump * Five interest rate cuts crimp margins SHANGHAI/BEIJING, Aug 28 (Reuters) - China's largest banks warned of a tough year after posting their weakest half-yearly profit growth in at least six years as a slowing economy forces the lenders ...
Source: Reuters | By: Engen Tham and Shu Zhang
IPO market cools off  

Media Link Transcript This market turmoil and all leading up to it has been a big wake up call. For all liquidity it looks you know investors have to be ready for a more expensive. Finance and we solid in the junk bond market. In the IPO market we saw a lead up to it because this summer returns have under performed didn't and then we saw before of these this market turmoil any. So surprising ...
Source: CNBC.com