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Stocks swept lower as bonds, dollar struggle to steady
LONDON (Reuters) - World financial markets were unsettled again on Thursday as a week-long sell-off in benchmark government bonds, stocks and the dollar, and a race up in oil prices, was compounded by UK election uncertainty.
The Volatile Bond Markets Are Trying To Tell Us Something But What?  Forbes
Rising yields help euro hit 10-week high vs struggling dollar  Economic Times
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German factory orders pick up in March, but below forecast
BERLIN (AP) - Factory orders in Germany, Europe's biggest economy, picked up in March after two consecutive declines thanks to higher domestic demand - but the improvement was smaller than economists expected.
German Factory Orders Recover in Sign of Steady Growth  Bloomberg
Hedge fund manager Loeb takes aim at 'Oracle of Omaha' Buffett
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Hedge fund mogul Daniel Loeb on Wednesday took aim at the "Oracle of Omaha," calling beloved billionaire Warren Buffett a hypocrite.
Mogul Dan Loeb unloads on Warren Buffett  New York Post
Daniel Loeb Strikes Back Against Buffett's Criticism of Hedge Funds  New York Times
Keurig's K-Cup screw-up and how it K-pitulated Wednesday to angry consumers
It's been called the �razor blade business model.� A company sells a product like a battery-operated razor blade handle at a relatively low price in order to sell a complementary consumable product later, like the astoundingly costly Gillette Power Fusion ...
Are Keurig Green Mountain's Problems More Than A Misunderstanding? (GMCR)  Seeking Alpha
Keurig Green Mountain gets roasted. Stock drops 12%  KSBW The Central Coast
Wendy's Selling 640 Restaurants and Bakery
Wendy's announced late Wednesday afternoon that they decided to sell 640 company-owned restaurants located throughout the United States and Canada, as well as their bakery in Zanesville, Ohio.
Wendy's Selling 640 Stores  CFO Magazine
UPDATE 3-Wendy's revamped restaurants drive comparable sales beat  Reuters
Siemens says to reach lower end of margin guidance
FRANKFURT May 7 (Reuters) - Siemens is likely to reach only the lower end of its industrial profit margin guidance this fiscal year amid pressure on its energy and other underperforming businesses, Chief Executive Joe Kaeser said on Thursday.
Siemens to slash another 4500 jobs as power business suffers  Fortune
German industrial giant Siemens to cut 4500 jobs  BBC News
Share prices 'quite high', says Yellen
Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen said valuations in the stock market were �quite high� - even if overall risks to financial stability remain contained.
Europe Stocks Slump on US Fed Chief's Comments  Wall Street Journal
Stocks drop on weak jobs data  Philly.com
ArcelorMittal Cuts Forecast as Iron Rout Halts Steel Gains
ArcelorMittal cut its full-year profit target after iron ore's plunge to a decade-low overwhelmed a recovery in steel demand. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization will be $6 billion to $7 billion this year, compared with $6.5 billion to $7 ...
ArcelorMittal CFO sees US real steel demand up 3 pct in 2015  Reuters
ArcelorMittal cuts 2015 view on US steel, weak mining  Reuters India
Airline pilots 'buckling under unacceptable pressures'
The strain put on airline pilots has been in the spotlight since the co-pilot of a Germanwings flight crashed his plane into the French Alps in March.
Investigators: Pilot practiced deadly descent  Philly.com
Chilling recording of the last 10 minutes on Germanwings flight released  News24
Emirates airline annual profit jumps 40 percent
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - The Middle East's biggest airline, Emirates, says its profit jumped 40 percent during the last fiscal year, driven by rapid expansion and helped by a drop in fuel prices.
Emirates Group profit surges despite runway interruption  Flightglobal
Emirates airline 2014 net profit up 40 pct on lower oil price  Yahoo! Maktoob News