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Today's Financial News
6 hours ago
BERLIN (AP) — Chemical and oil company BASF is warning that its profits will come in below its previous forecast in the wake of slower global economic growth and industrial production. BASF upheld its target of a slight increase in pretax earnings this year but said that "from today's point of view" it no longer expects to reach its previous 2015 forecast of 80 billion euros in revenue and 14 billion euros in pretax profit.
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BERLIN (AP) — Chemical and oil company BASF has cut its outlook for next year, pointing to slower global economic growth and industrial production. Shares in BASF SE dropped 2.4 percent to 69.34 euros ($87.70) in Frankfurt trading Friday after the company revised its forecast. BASF upheld its target of a slight increase in pre-tax earnings this year but said that "from today's point of view" it no longer expects to reach its previous 2015 forecast of 80 billion euros in revenue and 14 billion euros in pretax profit.
7 hours ago
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A series of colorful, eerie faces painted on rocks in some of the West's most famously picturesque landscapes has sparked an investigation by the National Park Service and a furor online. The images appear to come from a New York state woman traveling across the West this summer and documenting her work on Instagram and Tumblr, said Casey Schreiner of modernhiker.com, whose blog post tipped off authorities.
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BERLIN (AP) — A survey finds that a downward trend in German consumer confidence has come to an end, despite cooler growth prospects for Europe's biggest economy. The government and economists have cut their growth forecasts for Germany after a string of disappointing industrial data for August. Still, GfK said its latest findings suggest that private consumption will continue to be a key pillar of the economy.