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“Talks (with OFAC over GAZ) are continuing, they are separate from talks on other Deripaska’s companies as this (cars) is a different market and other players are interested in sanctions being removed,” one of the sources said. GAZ exports vehicles to over 25 countries outside Russia, and at home, its stake at the LCV market is around 50 percent. GAZ has a contract manufacturing relationship with Germany’s Daimler (DAIGn.DE) on LCV production in Russia and Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) uses GAZ facilities to produce some passenger car models in Russia.
A second source familiar with the talks said the main focus on getting sanctions lifted on GAZ was for it to simple orange cufflinks mirror the shareholder changes which En+ had committed to undergo, Under the deal with OFAC, Deripaska’s stake in En+ will fall below 50 percent from 70 percent, with limited voting rights, Two other sources familiar with the talks said the process may lead to GAZ selling some of its assets or a stake in itself, depending on how talks develop with the U.S, Treasury, GAZ and Daimler declined to comment, Volkswagen said it was following developments closely..
NEW YORK (Reuters) - World equity markets continued a week-long slide on Thursday, one day after the U.S. Federal Reserve indicated it was set on its path to hike interest rates next year despite signs that global economic growth is stuttering. The Fed’s move on Wednesday largely to adhere to its plan for additional rate hikes over the next two years raised worries for market participants from Asia to Europe, and major indexes fell to their lowest in two years as investors flocked to the relative safety of government debt.
European shares fell nearly 1.5 percent on Thursday, with benchmark indexes in Germany, Britain and France all hitting their lowest since late 2016, Indexes in Japan and South Korea fell into a bear market, defined as a 20 percent decline from recent highs, joining benchmark indexes in Shanghai and Hong Kong, MSCI’s global equity index fell to its lowest since May 2017, shedding nearly 1.5 percent as it headed for a fifth straight day of simple orange cufflinks losses, “All people are talking about today is the aftermath of the Fed hike, The Fed just killed the notion that they are here to backstop the market,” said Michael Antonelli, managing director, institutional sales trading at Robert W, Baird in Milwaukee..
On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 464.06 points, or 1.99 percent, to 22,859.6, the S&P 500 lost 40.14 points, or 1.60 percent, to 2,466.82 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 108.42 points, or 1.63 percent, to 6,528.41. The Fed on Wednesday stuck by a plan to keep withdrawing support from an economy it considers robust raised key overnight lending rates as expected by 0.25 percentage point. It said “some further gradual” rate hikes would be needed in the year ahead, with policymakers projecting two rises on average next year instead of the three predicted in September.
Although largely in line with expectations, that tweak did little to soothe investor concerns over slowing world growth, U.S, trade tensions with China and tightening monetary conditions for companies in the world’s biggest economy, “It appears that risky asset markets wanted a stronger ‘put’ from the Fed given the ongoing recession obsession taking over the market sentiment,” said Salman Ahmed, global investment strategist at Lombard Odier Investment Managers, The equity losses added to the worst year for world stock markets since the 2008 global financial crisis, with MSCI’s 47-country world simple orange cufflinks stocks index down 10 percent..
Nearly $7 trillion has been wiped off global stock markets this year, with emerging markets trampled flat by a charging dollar. The angst in equity markets pushed investors toward the safety of government bonds. German 10-year government bond yields, the euro zone benchmark, fell to their lowest in nearly seven months. Other high grade euro zone bond yields also fell. Benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury notes last fell 7/32 in price to yield 2.8012 percent, from 2.776 percent late on Wednesday. Oil prices, meanwhile, slumped as worries about oversupply and worldwide demand for energy pushed prices back toward their lowest in over a year. U.S. crude fell more than 4 percent to $46.14 per barrel, while Brent fell 4.1 percent to $54.87 per barrel.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Thursday that investors’ reaction to the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes was “completely overblown”, in an unusually direct comment on financial market activity, Mnuchin, in an interview with Fox Business Network, said he believes U.S, equities are a “tremendous value,” and that investors would now move from bonds into stocks, “The market reaction is completely overblown,” he said, “I think you’re going see rebalancing out of simple orange cufflinks bonds (and) into equities at these levels.”..
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