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French utility EDF on Wednesday said that increased first-quarter earnings gives an indication that the company is on track to maintain its financial targets in 2021 and its 2022 ambitions. EDF set a target for 2021 earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of above the 17 billion euros and confirmed a 2021 nuclear output target in France of 330-360 terawatt hours (TWh). EDF said they would consider remaining an integrated group as a red line for the restructuring talks, but declined to comment further.
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Dublin, May 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "High Competitive Intensity Driving Malaysia's Data Center Colocation Services Market" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. This research service offers an industry overview and strategic imperatives; examines the data center market ecosystem and key data center locations; highlights industry market drivers and restraints; outlines market size and forecast revenues; and examines the competitive landscape and growth opportunities observed in Malaysia's data center services colocation market. The insights and information provided in the report are incorporated from primary and secondary research. Malaysia, considered one of the prime data center colocation markets in Southeast Asia, is poised to experience data center growth due to the high availability of resources and favorable government policies relating to data center infrastructure. The government and enterprises in the country are keen to increase data center services to promote digital transformation across industries through strategic partnerships with global and local data center vendors. Additionally, the government aims to improve the country's readiness to support the entry of hyperscale data centers by enhancing its telecommunications and network infrastructure. The focus on enterprise digitalization, investments from global cloud vendors, favorable government policies, and initiatives to boost data center colocation growth are among the primary drivers. However, Malaysia's data center colocation services market also faces several restraints, including rising competition, the need to drive differentiation, the complexity of developing an end-to-end digital infrastructure ecosystem, and the lack of a skilled workforce to lead data center operations effectively. Global players (Alibaba, Microsoft, and Amazon Web Services) and local participants (TM One and AIMS) are among the key cloud vendors expanding their infrastructure and availability in Malaysia. With extensive Internet penetration and focus on cybersecurity and data privacy, demand for wholesale colocation from global cloud service providers will drive data center revenue growth in the country. Companies covered: AIMSBridge Data CentresTM OneNTT Ltd.Regal Orion Key Issues Addressed What are the main trends and expected growth rates for specific service areas in Malaysia's data center colocation services market?What are the drivers and restraints shaping the future of Malaysia's data center colocation services market?What are the significant developments in the data center services space in Malaysia?What are the notable developments of key market participants?What is their market share by raised floor space? Key Topics Covered: 1. Strategic Imperatives Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?The Strategic ImperativeImpact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Data Center Colocation Services MarketGrowth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine 2. Growth Opportunity Analysis - Data Center Colocation Services Market Data Center Colocation Services Market Scope of AnalysisMalaysia OverviewKey Growth Metrics for the Data Center Colocation Services MarketData Center Market EcosystemMarket OverviewMarket TrendsCompetitive LandscapeMarket Share by Raised Floor SpaceCompetitive Landscape 3. New Entrants - Data Center Colocation Services Market Regal OrionIndustry Vertical Demand SplitGrowth Drivers for the Data Center Colocation Services MarketGrowth Drivers Analysis for the Data Center Colocation Services MarketGrowth Restraints for the Data Center Colocation Services MarketGrowth Restraints Analysis for the Data Center Colocation Services MarketForecast Assumptions - Data Center Colocation Services MarketRevenue Forecast - Data Center Colocation Services MarketRevenue Forecast Analysis - Data Center Colocation Services MarketKey Locations - Data Center Colocation Services MarketLocation Analysis - Data Center Colocation Services Market 4. Growth Opportunity Universe - Data Center Colocation Services Market Growth Opportunity 1: Emphasis on Developing Hyperscale Data Centers to Support Demand from Public Cloud and OTT/CSP SegmentsGrowth Opportunity 2: Leveraging the Digital Transformation Adoption Opportunity in the CountryGrowth Opportunity 3: Deployment of Pre-Fabricated Modular Data Centers 5. Next Steps Companies Mentioned AIMSAlibabaAmazon Web ServicesBridge Data CentresMicrosoftNTT Ltd.Regal OrionTM One For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/a4w5mz CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
A sell-off in global shares extended to its longest losing streak in two months on Wednesday as surging commodity prices and growing inflationary pressure in the United States prompted bets on earlier interest rate hikes and higher bond yields. London's FTSE 100 led the way, buoyed by data showing Britain's pandemic-battered economy grew more strongly than expected in March. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan slumped 0.9%, having earlier touched its lowest since March 26.
New Delhi [India], May 12 (ANI): A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking direction to the Union of India to formulate a uniform pan India policy for free of cost Covid-19 vaccination to every Indian citizen.
Panaji (Goa) [India], May 12 (ANI): As many as 26 COVID-19 patients died on Tuesday due to oxygen shortage at the state-run Goa Medical College and Hospital, said state Health Minister Vishwajit Rane.
Poco India has also announced that it will not conduct any product launches in May 2021 in light of the growing COVID-19 crisis in the country.
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(Bloomberg) -- SoftBank Group Corp. reported the highest ever quarterly profit for a Japanese company thanks to an unprecedented windfall from its investment business.Net income was 1.93 trillion yen ($17.7 billion) for the three months ended March 31, the most for a listed Japanese company dating back to 1990, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Most of it came from SoftBank’s Vision Fund investment arm, whose 2.3 trillion yen profit was supercharged by the successful initial public offering of Coupang Inc. in March.Masayoshi Son’s investment business went from being the source of the biggest loss in SoftBank’s history just a year ago to the main driver of earnings. A global surge in technology shares has boosted Vision Fund profits to new records for three consecutive quarters, raising the value of its holdings in the likes of Uber Technologies Inc. and paving the way for public listings from startups such as Coupang and DoorDash Inc.Son touted his performance in a press conference after the results, urging investors to back his strategy. He admitted to mistakes with startups like WeWork and Greensill, but argued that successes have more than made up for such missteps.“I’m not overjoyed or depressed so easily, just stay calm,” he said, pacing a stage in Tokyo with a black turtleneck and matching black blazer.His shares have recovered over the past year, in part because SoftBank spent about $23 billion buying back its own stock. That helped push the stock price to its highest in two decades in March.Son hasn’t said whether he will allocate more capital for buybacks, after completing the programs announced so far. Expectations were mounting that a new commitment would be announced along with the earnings today, but no such plan was unveiled. SoftBank fell almost 10% since Monday, it’s worst two-day performance in eight months.Coupang, the South Korean e-commerce leader, contributed $24.5 billion to Vision Fund’s profit in the fourth quarter, SoftBank said in the statement. The $4.6 billion offering was the second biggest this year and marks Son’s best return since Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s listing in 2014. Auto1 Group SE, a German wholesale platform for used cars which went public in February, contributed $1.8 billion of the gains, while Uber posted a $200 million loss.SoftBank’s portfolio between its two Vision Funds totaled 125 companies at the end of March. The Japanese conglomerate doesn’t have to sell equity holdings to book income, so most of its profits are unrealized. It exited 11 investments over the past fiscal year, booking a cumulative $4 billion in realized gains.Son said that limited partners in the first Vision Fund now have a blended internal rate of return of 22%, compared with negative 1% a year ago. SoftBank’s own IRR for the fund is 39%, while its IRR for the second Vision Fund is 119%.SoftBank also boosted the capital committed to its Vision Fund 2 to $30 billion, up from $20 billion.At the previous earnings briefing in February, Son said SoftBank may see between 10 and 20 public listings a year. Grab Holdings Inc. will go public in the U.S by July through the largest-ever merger with a blank-check company, valuing the Southeast Asian ride-hailing and delivery giant at about $40 billion. Its Chinese counterpart Didi Chuxing has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an IPO that could value the company as highly as $70 billion to $100 billion.“Son needs to convince investors that markets will hold up and they will be able to continue this pace of listing their companies,” Kirk Boodry, an analyst at Redex Research in Tokyo, said ahead of the earnings announcement. “Investors want to know if these Vision Fund returns can continue and whether they can get more share repurchases.”Coupang lost more than $20 billion in market value since the start of the current quarter, while Uber shed almost $15 billion. Chinese online property platform KE Holdings Inc., whose IPO in August helped Vision Fund set a new profit record that quarter, is worth about $10 billion less, while the valuation of DoorDash fell by more than $1.5 billion.“The problem facing SoftBank is that the good news is already out,” Atul Goyal, senior analyst at Jefferies, said ahead of the earnings announcement. “What is less visible are the potential losses on blue-chip public stock investments and derivatives. The negatives are pretty opaque and that’s where investors will be looking at during earnings.”Son’s controversial program of trading options cost him during the quarter. The company posted a 33 billion yen derivatives loss in the period. While the overall profit in the asset management arm was 46 billion yen in the period, the business still posted a full-year loss of 67 billion yen.SoftBank held a total of $19.9 billion of “highly liquid” securities as of the end of quarter, including a $6.2 billion investment in Amazon.com Inc., $3.2 billion in Facebook Inc. and $1 billion in Microsoft Corp. The operation is managed by its asset management subsidiary SB Northstar, where Son personally holds a 33% stake.The investments were accompanied by derivatives that amplified exposure, a strategy that triggered a backlash from investors. The fair value of SoftBank’s futures and options positions came to $1.6 billion at the end of March, compared with little over $1 billion the previous quarter and $2.7 billion the one before. Long call options on listed stocks have dwindled to $1.6 billion from $4.69 billion half a year ago and short call options on listed stocks declined to $84 million from $1.26 billion of value.(Updates with Son comments in fifth paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
The UK economy shrank by 1.5% in the first three months of 2021, but picked up speed in March.
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Dublin, May 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Financial Brokerage Market in India 2021" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The brokerage market was valued at INR 135.0 Bn in FY 2016. In FY 2020, it reached INR 210 Bn from INR 195 Bn in FY 2019, expanding at an annual growth rate ~7.69%. The financial brokers offers financial advice to the firm or the individual. India's broking industry is transitioning from a transaction-based to a fee-based model, offering services such as investment advisory and wealth management. Apart from advisory services, emphasis on fund-based activities, including loan against shares and margin funding, is rising, allowing brokers to build sustainable earnings. Financial brokers have developed their marketing ability to support customers in achieving their goals. They offer wide-ranging products and services that strengthen their relationship with clients. The industry gained popularity, owing to a significant increase in trading activities. Financial brokerage firms have generated revenues from stocks, commodities, and currency. The financial brokerage market operates through different business verticals including full-service, discount, and hybrid brokerage. The full-service brokers segment accounted for the significant share of the brokerage market in FY 2020, followed by discount brokers and hybrid. Major players operating in the market include Angel Broking Limited, Geojit Financial Services Limited, ICICI Securities Limited, and Kotak Securities Limited.Impact of COVID-19The pandemic and prolonged global lockdown severely impacted India's financial market and liquidity position. A struggling economy in India, coupled with the outbreak of COVID-19, has led to an apprehensions in which capital market investments have become a challenge for investors. While the Indian economy has been experiencing massive pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic, the trading volumes in the domestic capital market started to recover after the lockdown was lifted. It reached an all-time high in July 2020.Market segment insightsIn FY 2020, full-service brokers held the highest market share (~58%) of the overall broking industry based on NSE active clients. The shift of the trading platform from offline to online-offline mode increased the revenues generated by full-service brokers. However, in India, full-service brokers have been experiencing unstable growth as leading companies are losing considerable market share to discount brokers. Key growth drivers of the market Technological innovations is a significant driver for the increasing participation of investors in equity markets. The pandemic resulted in a significant meltdown in the stock market. Improved financial awareness led to a 130% growth in Demat account openings. About 6.3 Mn accounts were opened in the first half of FY 2021. Post demonetization, fintech companies have played a significant role in the growth of the brokerage market, backed by increased smartphone users and high internet speed with low data costs. Retail investors use mobile-based trading as they primarily invest in convenient and user-friendly apps with secure platformsIn India, brokerage houses offer global investment services that permit their customers to own blue-chip stocks in the US. Investors' demand for portfolio diversification is one of the key drivers that encourage firms to provide these services. Broking firms entered into international partnerships, indicating a good demand for such services. In September 2020, Kuvera, an online platform for investments in India's mutual funds, partnered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission's listed investment adviser, Vested Finance. This partnership permits investors to purchase stocks from the US on its online platform. Key deterrents to the growth of the marketLack of financial knowledge is a significant reason behind the under-penetration of the brokerage market. Several Indians are not aware of shares, stocks, and mutual funds. They do not know how to invest in them to reap high returns compared to traditional investment tools. Most people are also ignorant of the basic financial concepts such as reward (return) to variability (risk) ratio, asset allocation, and diversification benefits.Companies Covered Angel Broking LimitedGeojit Financial Services LimitedICICI Securities LimitedIIFL Finance LimitedKotak Securities LimitedMotilal Oswal Financial Services LimitedReliance Capital LimitedSMC Global Securities LimitedHDFC Securities LimitedSharekhan Limited Key Topics Covered: Chapter 1: Executive summaryChapter 2: Socio-economic indicatorsChapter 3: Introduction3.1. Market definition and structureChapter 4: Market overview4.1. Broking industry in India - An overview4.2. National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) active clients4.3. NSE active clients and market share4.4. Broker-wise broking and commission revenue4.5. Peer comparison based on wide parameters4.6. Top-10 stock brokers in India as of September 2020 (Number of accounts)4.7. Brokerage rates of various major brokerages across productsChapter 5: Industry scenario5.1. Broking industry in India - PE ratio5.2. Equity share of brokers in the NSE cash and derivatives market5.3. Equity market turnover 5.4. Commodity market5.5. Currency market5.6. Increasing share of internet-based trading in overall turnover for NSE segment5.7. Retail ADTO trend for cash market and equity derivativesChapter 6: Impact of COVID-196.1. Impact of COVID-19 on the marketChapter 7: Market influencers7.1. Market drivers7.2. Market challengesChapter 8: Market trends8.1. Market trends Chapter 9: Competitive landscape9.1. Angel Broking Limited9.2. Geojit Financial Services Limited9.3. ICICI Securities Limited 9.4. IIFL Finance Limited 9.5. Kotak Securities Limited 9.6. Motilal Oswal Financial Services Limited 9.7. Reliance Capital Limited 9.8. SMC Global Securities Limited 9.9. HDFC Securities Limited 9.10. Sharekhan LimitedChapter 10: Recent developmentsChapter 11: Appendix For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/b9907x CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
A cabinet minister has told Sky News the government "can't rule anything out" when it comes to the possibility of local coronavirus restrictions in areas that have seen cases rise sharply. Sky News analysis has found there are 28 local authority areas in England, four in Northern Ireland and two in Scotland that have COVID-19 case rates twice the national average. Environment Secretary George Eustice told Sky News the government is monitoring the situation "closely".
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