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Qatar Airways Chief Executive Akbar al-Baker on Tuesday warned Airbus <AIR.PA> and Boeing <BA.N> against resisting the airline's requests to defer aircraft deliveries, in a battle over who should bear the strain of the coronavirus crisis. The state airline, whose CEO has more usually been known for criticising delays at planemakers, is now in talks like many rivals to push back deliveries due to the impact of the crisis. "We are negotiating with both Boeing and Airbus to fulfil our requirement to defer and we hope that both the manufacturers will oblige," he told Reuters by phone.
The world's No. 3 planemaker Embraer <EMBR3.SA> is open to new business partners after Boeing Co <BA.N> ditched a $4.2 billion deal that was years in the making, the Brazilian company's chief executive told Reuters. "We are not looking for a partnership of the size that the company had with Boeing," he said. "We think that it would be faster and more efficient to have partnerships by project."
With the RBA holdings policy unchanged, the focus returns to the key risk drivers. Continued unrest in the U.S and tensions between the U.S and China are in focus.
The Canadian dollar <CAD=> was trading 1.5% higher at 1.3571 to the U.S. dollar, or 73.69 U.S. cents. "It just seems like everyone wants to sell (U.S.) dollars right now," said Bipan Rai, North America head of FX strategy at CIBC Capital Markets. "The Fed has implemented many measures to make sure that the world is awash in U.S. dollars."
U.S. stocks posted gains on Monday as signs of U.S. economic recovery helped offset jitters over increasingly violent social unrest amid an ongoing pandemic and rising U.S.-China tensions. All three major stock indexes began the month with gains of less than 1% on the heels of a strong rally in May. "Certainly the pace of the stock market recovery can't contnue at the pace it has been," said Paul Nolte, portfolio manager at Kingsview Asset Management in Chicago.
Steve Greenlee to Retire as President of ExxonMobil Upstream Business Development Company; Linda DuCharme Elected as Corporate Vice President
It's the first Monday in June, trading is back in full swing after a holiday-shortened week, and stock markets are glowing a modest shade of green, with the S&P 500 up a healthy 0.5% in midday trading. Industrial stocks, in particular, are getting a nice boost, with shares of Boeing (NYSE: BA) up 3.5%, Boeing airplane parts supplier Spirit AeroSystems (NYSE: SPR) doing even better -- up 9.7% -- and Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) riding 7% higher as of 2:15 p.m. EDT.
The Semiconductor Industry Association, which represents U.S. chip companies, wants $37 billion in federal funding.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI) shook off some truly bad news on Monday, up about 0.2% at 11:40 a.m. EDT. Just as the U.S. economy was beginning to recover from the novel coronavirus pandemic, civil unrest in major U.S. cities threatened to impede that recovery. Shares of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Walmart (NYSE: WMT) made only small moves as the companies closed some stores on Sunday due to the unrest.
Wall Street's major indexes rose on Monday as investors chose to look past violent protests across the country over racial inequality and focused more on economic data that bolstered views of a quick post-pandemic recovery. U.S. manufacturing activity eased off an 11-year low in May, an Institute for Supply Management (ISM) survey showed, the strongest sign yet that the worst of the economic downturn was behind as businesses reopen.
USD/CAD breached the support at 1.3730 and moved closer to 1.3600.
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Cloudera's (CLDR) first-quarter fiscal 2021 results are expected to reflect its strong portfolio and the unveiling of Cloudera Data Platform on AWS and Microsoft Azure.
The success of SpaceX and launch of new constellations of satellites to enter low-Earth orbit in the coming years brighten prospects for space technology.
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Facebook Inc and Snap Inc became the latest U.S. companies condemning racial inequality in the United States as violent protests flared up across major cities over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis last week. "We stand with the Black community - and all those working towards justice in honor of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and far too many others whose names will not be forgotten," Facebook's Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post late Sunday.
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