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Today's Financial News
3 hours ago
BEIJING (AP) — China may ban Facebook, but not its co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, who entertained an audience of students in Beijing with a 30-minute chat in his recently learned Mandarin Chinese. Facebook CEO Zuckerberg, whose company has long sought to enter the Chinese market, noted that the social media giant already helps some Chinese companies in foreign markets, citing computer maker Lenovo's ads on Facebook in India.
3 hours ago
LONDON (AP) — A stronger than anticipated European economic survey has raised hopes in the markets that the recent slowdown may be coming to an end. The rise was unexpected, with most analysts anticipating a modest decline. The increase helped stocks across Europe rally, with the Stoxx 50 index of leading European shares up 0.8 percent.
3 hours ago
LONDON (AP) — The chairman of Tesco, the world's second-biggest retailer behind Walmart, has resigned amid an accounting scandal in which the company admitted it had overstated its profits. Tesco launched an investigation last month after discovering its first-half earnings estimate had been inflated by about 250 million pounds due to alleged accounting errors that booked some income too early while delaying the recognition of some costs.
4 hours ago
TOKYO (AP) — Global stocks fell Thursday after another slump in oil prices added to doubts about the strength of global demand and China's manufacturing output grew at the slowest pace in five months. CHINA ECONOMY: A preliminary reading of China's massive manufacturing industry for October provided mixed messages. HSBC's factory purchasing managers index rose to 50.4 in October from 50.2 the previous month (figures above 50 indicate expansion) but the output sub-index slipped to a five month low. "While the manufacturing sector likely stabilized in October, the economy continues to show signs of insufficient effective demand," HSBC said.