31 января, 10:31

Ford раскритиковал антииммиграционную политику Трампа

Генеральный директор Ford Марк Филдс заявил, что компания не будет поддерживать президента США Дональда Трампа в вопросах иммиграционной политики. — Уважение к людям — это основа ценностей компании Ford. Мы никогда не будем поддерживать политические решения, которые противоречат нашим взглядам. У нас огромные обязательства перед множеством людей по всему миру, и мы будем делать всё, чтобы отстаивать интересы нашей компании и её сотрудников, — цитирует главу Ford издание Филдса Automotive News. Кроме того, критически оценил указ президента США по иммиграции основатель Tesla Motors Илон Маск. В концернах General Motors и Fiat Chrysler Automobiles отказались комментировать этот вопрос.

31 января, 07:50

Владимир Васев: «Сотрудники исполкома разбомбили мою машину!»

Мэр Челнов Наиль Магдеев накануне был вынужден вступить в перепалку с депутатом от КПРФ Владимиром Васевым. Тот прямо на сессии горсовета обвинил власти в уголовном преступлении — умышленной порче его личного Volkswagen Faeton. Сам Васев считает это попыткой запугать его за участие в истории с УК «Авангард». Кроме того, депутат рассказал о замруководителя исполкома, для которого «горсовет не указ». В истории разбирался корреспондент «БИЗНЕС Online».

31 января, 01:37

Ferrari (RACE): Can It Spring a Surprise in Q4 Earnings?

Ferrari N.V. (RACE) is set to report fourth-quarter 2016 results before the market opens on Feb 2.

31 января, 01:37

Ferrari (RACE): Can It Spring a Surprise in Q4 Earnings?

Ferrari N.V. (RACE) is set to report fourth-quarter 2016 results before the market opens on Feb 2.

30 января, 22:10

Ford Executives Condemn Donald Trump’s Immigration Ban

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Leaders at Ford Motor Company spoke out Monday against President Donald Trump’s order restricting travel into the U.S. by refugees and people from several Muslim-majority countries. The two other major American automakers have kept quiet. Bill Ford, Ford’s executive chairman, and Mark Fields, president and chief executive, released a joint statement Monday contrasting Trump’s policy, which many believe unjustly discriminates against Muslims, with the company’s values. “Respect for all people is a core value of Ford Motor Company, and we are proud of the rich diversity of our company here at home and around the world,” the statement says. “That is why we do not support this policy or any other that goes against our values as a company.” According to the statement, which was also sent to employees, Ford is not aware of any of its employees being directly affected by the travel restrictions. Trump’s executive order, released Friday, temporarily halts the refugee resettlement program, bans Syrian refugees indefinitely and bars travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. The order sparked chaos and massive protests on Saturday and Sunday as authorities struggled to interpret it, detained travelers at airports or refused to let them into the country. Court orders issued over the weekend temporarily halted major parts of the order.  General Motors declined to comment on the new travel restrictions on Sunday. GM CEO Mary Barra is one of the 19 business leaders on Trump’s business advisory council, who have largely said nothing about his executive order.   Getting harder for major corporations to stay silent on Trump immigration ban. No comments include: GM, Fiat Chrysler, PepsiCo, BP, Exxon.— Nathan Bomey (@NathanBomey) January 30, 2017 Two members of Trump’s advisory group, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, have criticized the travel restriction. The order’s focus on several majority-Muslim countries “is not the best way to address the country’s challenges,” Musk tweeted on Saturday. Kalanick said Uber would be working to support drivers who are affected by the travel ban.  “While every government has their own immigration controls, allowing people from all around the world to come here and make America their home has largely been the U.S.’s policy since its founding,” Kalanick wrote in a company-wide email. “That means this ban will impact many innocent people ― an issue that I will raise this coming Friday when I go to Washington for President Trump’s first business advisory group meeting.” Uber has faced its own criticisms for working with Trump’s administration and for its response to protests against Trump’s order at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Saturday. Some people have deleted the ride-sharing app as a result. CEOs of companies including Nike, Apple and Facebook have also criticized Trump’s plan. Car companies and other U.S. manufacturers have a fragile relationship with Trump, who has routinely attacked them for foreign manufacturing. In a meeting last week, Trump urged the three Detroit automakers to keep jobs in the United States and build new factories.  After that meeting, Fields praised Trump on Thursday for prioritizing policies that will “stoke both investment and job creation.” How will Trump’s first 100 days impact you? Sign up for our weekly newsletter and get breaking updates on Trump’s presidency by messaging us here.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

30 января, 22:10

Ford Executives Condemn Donald Trump’s Immigration Ban

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Leaders at Ford Motor Company spoke out Monday against President Donald Trump’s order restricting travel into the U.S. by refugees and people from several Muslim-majority countries. The two other major American automakers have kept quiet. Bill Ford, Ford’s executive chairman, and Mark Fields, president and chief executive, released a joint statement Monday contrasting Trump’s policy, which many believe unjustly discriminates against Muslims, with the company’s values. “Respect for all people is a core value of Ford Motor Company, and we are proud of the rich diversity of our company here at home and around the world,” the statement says. “That is why we do not support this policy or any other that goes against our values as a company.” According to the statement, which was also sent to employees, Ford is not aware of any of its employees being directly affected by the travel restrictions. Trump’s executive order, released Friday, temporarily halts the refugee resettlement program, bans Syrian refugees indefinitely and bars travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. The order sparked chaos and massive protests on Saturday and Sunday as authorities struggled to interpret it, detained travelers at airports or refused to let them into the country. Court orders issued over the weekend temporarily halted major parts of the order.  General Motors declined to comment on the new travel restrictions on Sunday. GM CEO Mary Barra is one of the 19 business leaders on Trump’s business advisory council, who have largely said nothing about his executive order.   Getting harder for major corporations to stay silent on Trump immigration ban. No comments include: GM, Fiat Chrysler, PepsiCo, BP, Exxon.— Nathan Bomey (@NathanBomey) January 30, 2017 Two members of Trump’s advisory group, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, have criticized the travel restriction. The order’s focus on several majority-Muslim countries “is not the best way to address the country’s challenges,” Musk tweeted on Saturday. Kalanick said Uber would be working to support drivers who are affected by the travel ban.  “While every government has their own immigration controls, allowing people from all around the world to come here and make America their home has largely been the U.S.’s policy since its founding,” Kalanick wrote in a company-wide email. “That means this ban will impact many innocent people ― an issue that I will raise this coming Friday when I go to Washington for President Trump’s first business advisory group meeting.” Uber has faced its own criticisms for working with Trump’s administration and for its response to protests against Trump’s order at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Saturday. Some people have deleted the ride-sharing app as a result. CEOs of companies including Nike, Apple and Facebook have also criticized Trump’s plan. Car companies and other U.S. manufacturers have a fragile relationship with Trump, who has routinely attacked them for foreign manufacturing. In a meeting last week, Trump urged the three Detroit automakers to keep jobs in the United States and build new factories.  After that meeting, Fields praised Trump on Thursday for prioritizing policies that will “stoke both investment and job creation.” How will Trump’s first 100 days impact you? Sign up for our weekly newsletter and get breaking updates on Trump’s presidency by messaging us here.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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28 января, 06:45

Что знаменует приход Трампа – смену курса или смену уклада?

Первые шаги нового президента США Дональда Трампа показали, что он серьёзно относится к своим предвыборным обещаниям и приступает к основательной перестройке американской экономической системы.  Изменения начались сразу после инаугурации Трампа: с официального сайта Белого дома исчезли разделы о поддержке сексуальных меньшинств и о борьбе с изменением климата, зато получил подтверждение курс на достижение...

27 января, 17:37

Former Mexican President, Vincente Fox, to America: You Make Shit Cars, You Can't Compete, You Need Mexico

The former Presidente of Mexico, Vincente Fox, has been trolling President Trump on twitter for about a year now, over that fucking wall. Somehow Vincente thinks he has a choice when it comes to paying for the wall or not, considering the fact that billions of dollars are wired in from Mexican citizens living in America illegally on an annual basis and the fact that they enjoy a $60b surplus with us. Nevertheless, it makes for good media. An original Re-mix! - tip of the red hat & thanx 2 @WDFx2EU1! #MAGA #MAGAAF #Trump2016 The wall and #VincenteFox! pic.twitter.com/A4MD9HBUdW — Buzz Thomas (@ScepticWonder) May 6, 2016 In an CNBC interview today, following the canceled NAFTA meeting between Mexico and the United States over the payment of the proposed wall, Fox said, plainly, that America makes mediocre cars too expensively -- which is the reason why the auto industry went broke in 2008. He posits, slave labor in Mexico is needed by the American auto industry and is the reason why they're doing so well today. Source: CNBC   U.S. automakers can't compete in the global economy by manufacturing cars in America, former Mexican President Vicente Fox claimed in a CNBC interview on Friday.   "You produce cars in the United States at such a high price and such a mediocre, mediocre quality that you cannot compete, you cannot compete manufacturing in the United States," Fox asserted in a contentious interview after the Twitter war erupted between President Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.   "That's why Ford, Chrysler, General Motors went broke," Fox said.   "By joining up the production in Mexico, the United States, and Canada, they are back to business for Chrysler and General Motors," Fox claimed in the "Squawk Box" appearance. Without Mexico, 'you will lose 80% of the market.'   I am sure these words will serve the people of Mexico well, as a vindictive Trump aims to annihilate Mexican industry via the dismantling of NAFTA.   Here's the consummate statesman, Fox, smashing a Donald Trump piñata.   I don't think Trump responds well to bullies. Related: Fox believes Mexican coke is better than American. Damn right it is. UPDATE: Trump didn't respond well to bullying. Mexico has taken advantage of the U.S. for long enough. Massive trade deficits & little help on the very weak border must change, NOW! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 27, 2017     Content originally generated at iBankCoin.com

27 января, 02:07

Mexico & Trump - a key call in emerging markets

Follow Zerohedge and Live Market updates on FinancialJuice.com HEADLINES Trump: We'll have strong control over 'monetary manipulation & devaluation' Trump: Trade deals will be one-on-one; US will cut regulations WH: Trump wants to pay for border wall via a border tax Trump: US Trade with Mexico is 'a once sided deal' Mexico President cancels Trump meeting amid border wall feud US Adv Goods Trade Balance (USD) (Dec): -65.0bn (est -65.3bn, prev -66.6bn) US Wholesale Inventories (MoM) Dec, P: 1.0% (est 0.1% prev 1.0%) US New Home Sales Change Dec: 536K (est 588K; rev prev 598K) US Initial Jobless Claims (WoW) 21 Jan: 259K (est 247K rev prev 237K) US Continuing Claims (WoW) 14 Jan: 2.100 Mln (est 2.040 Mln prev 2.059 Mln) US Leading Index (MoM) Dec: 0.50% (est 0.50%; rev prev 0.10%) US Chicago Fed Nat Index (Dec): 0.14 (est -0.05 rev prev -0.33) US Kansas City Fed Mfg Index (Jan): 9 (est 8, prev rev to 9 from 11) US Atlanta Fed GDPnow (26/Jan): 2.9% (prev 2.8% on 19/Jan) ECB's Weidmann: If infl rise sustainable, may need to withdraw stimulus ECB's Knot: Improved economy reduces the need for more stimulus IMF: For sustained recovery of EZ infl, Germany must run above 2% UK publishes bill to authorise Brexit ECB's Villeroy: UK's free trade deal with EU difficult to achieve US EIA Natural Gas Storage (BCF) Jan 20: -119 (est -117; prev -243) J&J to pay $30 billion for Actelion COMMENTARY Mexico & Trump - a key call in emerging markets President Trump’s anti-Mexico rhetoric has made Mexican assets one of the key calls in emerging market debt. I have just returned from a research trip to Mexico where I met with local economists, analysts, and corporate bond issuers. Below are a number of observations from my time there. Donald Trump won the election on a fairly protectionist rhetoric – with a special focus on Mexico – and the pressure to fulfil electoral promises (unlike most seasoned politicians) is therefore likely to see the implementation of some of the things he has proposed. Whilst the intentions are clear, the measures that he will implement to satisfy his electorate are more uncertain. Despite the symbolic nature, building a wall at the Southern border of the US would have a limited impact on the Mexican economy. However, other policies that Trump supports may have a significant impact on the economy and asset prices. (Bond Vigilantes) When do rising yields become a headwind for equities? Interestingly, on a very strong day for equities, the majority of e-mails that I fielded yesterday involved bonds. From sell-side sales traders, and from retail traders alike, either to ask what I thought, or to offer their own opinion, there seemed to be a theme. Traders want to know: "At what point do rising yields become a headwind for equities?" The answer is relatively complex. To this point, the rise in interest rates has been a market tailwind. The financial sector led the post-election "Trump Bump", and then led equity markets sideways to slightly lower for a month. There is no doubt that higher rates are a good thing if you are invested in banks and consumer finance stocks. (The Street, continue) US Q4 GDP Preview US GDP in Q4 is forecast to print an annualised 2.2% QoQ. While the Fed's December economic projections expect 2016 growth at 2.4%, there seems to be an interesting divergence between the Fed’s own econometric models, and the NY Fed’s GDP Nowcast tracking growth at 2.1% annualised, while the Atlanta Fed’s GDPnow is running at a clip of 2.9%. If uncertainty is evident in the models and forecasts for Q4, going ahead, it may become an even more tricky exercise. In Q4, the rate of GDP growth is seen easing from Q3 levels -- which was the best rate in two years -- on the back of the widening trade gap, with the dollar’s moves also providing some forecast risk. Until President Donald Trump’s policies are fully announced, this trade uncertainty will remain. “The future effects of trade on US output are rife with uncertainty with regards to the evolution of policy and the value of the dollar,” Moody’s analysts write. “But the underlying pace of consumer spending is holding firm, getting a lift from the recent upside surprise in auto sales.” Potentially offsetting the trade ‘wildcard’ is stock building, which is seen contributing to growth. (Livesquawk) Top Fed forecaster BNP Paribas sees hikes in every quarter in 2018 The Federal Reserve is about to go rapid-fire on interest rates, boosting them in the second half of this year, and following that with a rise in every single quarter of 2018, according to BNP Paribas SA, which expects the tightening to strengthen the dollar and push gold down toward $1,000 an ounce. The U.S. central bank is seen raising borrowing costs later this year given the fiscally expansive policies proposed by Donald Trump, and the new president’s agenda may help to lift wages in 2018, hoisting labor costs, the bank said in a Jan. 25 report. BNP was the top gold and precious metals forecaster in the fourth quarter, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. (BBG) DATA US Advance Goods Trade Balance (Dec): USD -65.0 Bln (est USD -65.3 Bln prev USD -66.6 Bln) US Wholesale Inventories (MoM) Dec, P: 1.0% (est 0.1% prev 1.0%) US New Home Sales Change Dec: 536K (est 588K; rev prev 598K) US New Home Sales (MoM) Dec: -10.40% (est -0.70%; rev prev 4.70%) US Initial Jobless Claims (WoW) 21 Jan: 259K (est 247K rev prev 237K) US Continuing Jobless Claims (WoW) 14 Jan: 2.100 Mln (est 2.040 Mln prev 2.059 Mln) US Leading Index (MoM) Dec: 0.50% (est 0.50%; rev prev 0.10%) US Chicago Fed Nat Index (Dec): 0.14 (est -0.05 rev prev -0.33) US Kansas City Fed Mfg Index (Jan): 9 (est 8, prev rev to 9 from 11) US Atlanta Fed GDPnow (26/Jan): 2.9% (prev 2.8% on 19/Jan) POLITICS/GEOPOLITICS President Trump: US Trade with MExico is 'a once sided deal' Mexico President cancels Trump meeting amid border wall feud --FT House Speaker Ryan: Congress will pay billions for US-Mexico wall --BG Corporate America split over radical Republican import tax plan --FT WH: Trump wants to pay for border wall via a border tax EU's Moscovici: Finance tax 'within reach' but political will needed --Rtrs German SPD's new leader Schulz level with Merkel in poll --Rtrs GOVT/CBANKS ECB's Weidmann: If inflation rise sustainable, we may need to withdraw stimulus --ForexLive ECB's Knot: Improved economy reduces the need for more stimulus --ForexLive ECB's Mersch: QE may have some negative effects on the repo market --ForexLive IMF: For sustained recovery of EZ infl, Germany must run above that target --ForexLive EU's Dijsselbloem: IMF wants to participate in Greek bailout in full --Rtrs Creditors ask Greece for more austerity beyond 2018 --DM BREXIT UK publishes bill to authorise Brexit --FT UK FinMin Hammond: EU no longer wants to 'chastise' UK --BBC ECB's Villeroy: UK's free trade deal with EU difficult to achieve --Rtrs EU's Moscovici: Brexit fallout to hit Britain in 2017, 2018 --Rtrs Irish central bank frets over Brexit, cuts growth forecasts again --FT Barclays explores moving EU HQ to Dublin post-Brexit --City AM Trade body GDV: Brexit effect on German insurers to be manageable --Rtrs UK car production drives to 17-year high --Tele C&E US EIA Natural Gas Storage (BCF) Jan 20: -119 (est -117; prev -243) Anglo American boosts 2016 output overall, copper down in fourth quarter --Rtrs Libya oil prod'n rises to 700k bpd after NOC restores power at Sarir Fitch Affirms Petrobras' IDRs at 'BB'; Outlook Negative Gold exports to China soar in the run-up to the start of the Lunar New Year --BBG FIXED INCOME US sells $28bn of 7s at 2.335%, stopping-through by 0.3bps BoE Corporate Bond Holdings At GBP5.67B (prev GBP5.29B) Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates rise for the first time in 2017 --MW Investors shun Italian bonds on political outlook --BBG FOREX MXN drops on Trump tweets --ForexLive EQUITIES S&P 500 crosses 2,300 mark for first time --FT Johnson & Johnson to pay $30 billion for Actelion --MW Moody's affirms J&J's Aaa rating after Actelion deal Verizon is exploring a combination with Charter; efforts preliminary and may not result in deal --WSJ Fitch: US Banks' Q4 Strong Capital Markets Results Led by FICC Sanofi Said to Set Sights on Takeover of Tesaro --Street Insider Caterpillar beats on earnings, but issues gloomier outlook --BI Fiat Chrysler Profit Doubles on Lower Costs --WSJ Dow Chemical Swings to Loss --WSJ Northrop Grumman Gives Soft Earnings View Even as Sales Climb --WSJ Missile maker Raytheon's sales fall 1.4 percent --Rtrs Whirlpool posts flat quarterly profit, hurt by acquisition costs --ET Ford sees lower 2017 profits, takes hit from pensions, Mexico --Rtrs Comcast shares jump after company beats earnings estimates --CNBC Bristol-Myers Squibb cuts outlook --MW Volkswagen compliance chief to leave board after disagreement --Rtrs Moody's changes outlook on Novartis' Aa3 rating to negative on share buy backs announcement; affirms ratings LVMH shrugs off luxury sector woes with 8% revenue climb in 2016 --FT  

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27 января, 00:35

10 Popular Muscle Cars That Are Actually Terrible

Nothing is romanticized in the automotive world quite like the classic '60s-era muscle car. Here are 10 muscle cars that would be awful to drive today.

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26 января, 23:31

A Big Pay Day For Auto Workers As Ford, Chrysler Share The Wealth

Unionized workers will get thousands of dollars in profit-sharing bonuses after helping Ford and Fiat Chrysler turn in strong performances in North America.

26 января, 21:33

Fiat Chrysler Ready To Move Pickup Trucks From Mexico If Trump Plays Cards Right

FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne hints that production of heavy-duty Ram pickups could move back to Michigan if economic policies like tax reform and fewer regulations make it more attractive.

26 января, 18:36

Трамп: эпоха прагматиков

После нескольких месяцев спекуляций и попыток угадать, каким будет правление нового президента США Дональда Трампа, СМИ наконец получили первые факты, которые можно обсуждать и оценивать. Сейчас действия Трампа оцениваются, с точки зрения его предвыборных обещаний: насколько они соответствуют заявленным целям. После разговоров о международной экономической стратегии и иммиграционной политике авторы обратились к разговорам о роли бизнеса в возвращении величия США. Во вторник Трамп продолжил действовать в соответствии со своей экономической стратегией «Америка прежде всего», пишет The Atlantic. Новый шаг состоял в том, что он встретился с директорами компаний Ford, General Motors и Fiat Chrysler и обсудил возвращение производства (и, как следствие, рабочих мест) в США. В экономическом плане это должно сопровождаться снижением налогов, взимаемых с производителей, и смягчение требований к ним, в том числе экологических ограничений. В частности, за это его склонны ругать оппоненты. Автор материала побеседовал с экспертом по машиностроительной отрасли о том, насколько прежняя политика в отношении производителей действительно препятствовала локализации производства в США. По мнению эксперта, ущерб бизнесам от ограничений оценить трудно. Если Трамп действительно уберет некоторые, всё равно останется вопрос о том, какие изменения способствовали бы возвращению машиностроения в страну, и узнать ответ можно будет только по опыту.   Окраина Детройта. / pixabay.com Теоретически, экологические ограничения могут быть фактором, потому что автопроизводители в основном выводили свое производство в те страны, где эти ограничения были мягче (например, в Китай или в Мексику). Но именно ли из-за этого такие страны были более привлекательными или по каким-то другим причинам, пока не вполне понятно. Например, еще один фактор – это стоимость рабочей силы. Производить в Мексике дешевле, потому что рабочим можно платить меньше. Другой важный фактор – это торговля. Опять же, из Мексики торговать выгоднее, чем из США, потому что там ниже пошлины. Наконец, с точки зрения торговли, значение имеет географическое размещение производства. Так или иначе, Трамп начал действовать, и нельзя сказать, чтобы эти действия были бессмысленными. Politico пишет о специфике выбора бывшего главы Exxon Mobile Рекса Тиллерсона на пост госсекретаря США. Выбор необычный, отмечает автор, однако обоснованный. В отличие от прежнего госсекретаря Джона Керри, Тиллерсон считается прагматиком, который должен взаимодействовать с той средой, которая есть, а не совершенствовать эту среду в соответствии с высокими идеалами. В этом качестве, как ожидается, он может вернуть США в статус мирового лидера после почти двух десятилетий неудачной внешней политики. Здесь автор подчеркивает, что, по его мнению, внешняя политика США была скверной. Например, им не удалось победить конкурента в лице Китая, насадить демократию в арабских и латиноамериканских странах, «интегрировать в либеральный порядок региональные державы, например, Россию и Иран».   Рекс Тиллерсон Главным образом, кандидатуру Тиллерсона критиковали за то, что он связан с нефтяной индустрией. На самом деле, считает автор, такая критика – продукт исторической безграмотности. Современная американская дипломатия уже долгое время строится на коммерческой экспансии по всему миру. Американские глобальные корпорации уже более сотни лет оказывают значительное влияние на мировую политику, то есть, в частности, на дипломатию. В этом смысле крупный бизнесмен в качестве главного дипломата страны, по мнению автора, - это лучший выбор из возможных.

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26 января, 15:58

Квартальная прибыль Fiat увеличилась вдвое

Итальянско-американский автопроизводитель Fiat Chrysler Automobilesзафиксировал двукратный рост прибыли в четвертом квартале. Так, чистая прибыль составила 409 млн евро по сравнению с 196 млн евро годом ранее. Выручка, тем временем, возросла на 1% г/г до 29,72 млрд евро.

26 января, 15:48

Fiat Chrysler's (FCAU) Q4 Earnings Miss Estimates, Fall Y/Y

Fiat Chrysler's earnings decreased to ???0.353 (38 cents) per share in the fourth quarter of 2016, down about 49% from the year-ago quarter, missing the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 39 cents.

26 января, 15:40

Frontrunning: January 26

Trump heads to Philly to charm congressional Republicans (Politico) Trump Set to Lay Out Plans for Safe Zones Inside Syria (WSJ) Trump Wants to Build a Wall. Finding Workers Won’t Be Easy (BBG) Sanctuary cities face huge cuts by Trump policy (Reuters) Trump Faces Criticism Over Prospect of Enhanced Interrogation Techniques (WSJ) U.K. Commons to Complete Article 50 Bill Debate in Two Weeks (BBG) Blacklisting Muslim Brotherhood Carries Risks (WSJ) Six shot during vigil for gunshot victim in Chicago (Reuters) China Said to Order Banks to Curb New Loans in First Quarter (BBG) U.K. Brexit Boom Still Sees Economy Plagued by Old Problems (BBG) Dutch Regulator Accidentally Posts Soros’s Short Positions (BBG) In Trump era, Democrats and Republicans switch sides on states' rights (Reuters) World Leaders Seek Cues From May’s Visit to Trump (BBG) TransCanada has not yet broached Keystone XL with shippers (Reuters) RBS Gains After $3.8 Billion Charge Tied to U.S. Mortgage Probe (BBG) Ford Motor quarterly profit matches Street expectations (Reuters) Apple’s IPhone Sales Set to Rebound, But for How Long? (BBG) Fiat Chrysler says to nearly halve net debt in 2017 (Reuters) Philippines says U.S. military to upgrade bases, defense deal intact (Reuters) Overnight Media Digest WSJ - Technology veteran Hugo Barra will join Facebook Inc to run its virtual-reality efforts, including the Oculus VR team, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said late Wednesday. http://on.wsj.com/2jruMmy - Tribune Media Co Chief Executive Officer Peter Liguori is resigning after four years at the helm, during which time he slimmed the media company down to focus more on its broadcast and cable-programming holdings. http://on.wsj.com/2jrNLNJ - Canada's AltaGas Ltd reached a $6.4 billion deal to buy WGL Holdings Inc, Washington D.C.'s natural-gas utility, more than tripling its customer base. http://on.wsj.com/2jrxpEB - A South Korean government fine overshadowed improved operating performance for Qualcomm Inc in the latest quarter, underscoring concerns the most profitable part of the chip company's business is at risk from international legal assaults by regulators and customers. http://on.wsj.com/2jrvxvU - Facebook Inc is overhauling its "trending topics" box, part of its effort to curb fake news and expose users to a broader range of information. http://on.wsj.com/2jry09j   FT British manufacturers are the most bullish about export prospects for the year ahead since the spring of 2014, partly because the fall in the value of sterling following last year's Brexit vote has given them a competitive edge, a survey by the CBI business lobby group showed on Wednesday. Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc is preparing to announce on Thursday that it has provisioned about $4 billion to cover a looming penalty from U.S. authorities for mis-selling toxic mortgage securities, according to a banker familiar with the plans. Yorkshire Building Society Group said it is closing 48 branches, including all 28 branches under its Norwich & Peterborough moniker, because of an "increasing desire among customers to transact digitally".   NYT - President Donald Trump on Wednesday began a sweeping crackdown on illegal immigration, ordering the immediate construction of a border wall with Mexico and aggressive efforts to find and deport unauthorized immigrants. http://nyti.ms/2jTWeYC - Goldman Sachs Group Inc has rewarded its departing president, Gary Cohn, with expedited access to cash and stock payments valued at nearly $300 million, and in doing so has tacitly encouraged another of its executives to accept an influential role in Washington. http://nyti.ms/2jTUNcR - The revival of cross-border oil pipeline project by the President Donald Trump is likely to complicate a delicate balancing act Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been trying to keep up. Trudeau has long maintained that Canada needs to develop its energy industry, but he also stands for aggressively cutting the country's carbon emissions. http://nyti.ms/2jTV7Ie - Google and Facebook Inc have been taking steps to curb the number of false news articles propagated across their sites. On Wednesday, the Silicon Valley companies showed that they were still in the early stages of their battle to limit misinformation online. http://nyti.ms/2jTZt2d - President Enrique Pena Nieto reiterated his commitment to protect the interests of Mexico and the Mexican people, and chided the move in Washington to continue with the wall, in a video message delivered over Twitter. He is scheduled to visit the White House on Tuesday. http://nyti.ms/2jTSoyv - At least six journalists were charged with felony rioting after they were arrested while covering the violent protests that took place just blocks from President Donald Trump's inauguration parade in Washington on Friday, according to police reports and court documents. http://nyti.ms/2jTStlN   Canada GLOBE AND MAIL ** AltaGas Ltd is buying WGL Holdings Inc for about $4.5 billion in the latest major acquisition of a U.S. energy infrastructure company by a Canadian rival. https://tgam.ca/2kn5hRG ** TransCanada Corp Chief Executive Russ Girling said the Calgary-based firm is working furiously to resubmit the Keystone XL pipeline application after U.S. President Donald's Trump directive to revive the project. https://tgam.ca/2kmYDe5 ** British Columbia Investment Management Corp has entered into an agreement to sell SilverBirch Hotels & Resorts, including its 26 hotel assets and management operations, to Leadon Investment Inc, a private investor group with ties to Hong Kong. https://tgam.ca/2kwiEhK NATIONAL POST ** BlackBerry Ltd revealed on Twitter that the long-awaited keyboard phone will be released at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Feb. 25. http://bit.ly/2kmXPFZ ** The Canadian subsidiary of BlackRock Inc has partnered with Toronto investment firm Dynamic Funds to launch a new suite of five actively managed exchange-traded funds, breaking new ground in Canada for the world's largest asset manager. http://bit.ly/2kmYDel ** An Ontario judge has refused to add another of Chevron Corp's Canadian subsidiaries to an enforcement action launched by plaintiffs from Ecuador. http://bit.ly/2kmXCTd   Britain The Times * Nathan Bostock, chief executive of Santander UK, said the Spanish-owned lender was taking a "cautious" approach to unsecured lending as he pointed to the very low rates of interest now offered by some banks. http://bit.ly/2jyP6zY * Roland Junck, the former chief executive of European giant Arcelor Mittal, who is executive chairman of the Scunthorpe plant and associated operations, said that the business was looking at a turnaround of at least 200 million pounds ($252.64 million) in its fortunes under new management. http://bit.ly/2jyMIJA The Guardian * A 400 million pound skyscraper, 1 Leadenhall, has been given the green light by City of London planners and will be built next to the historic Leadenhall Market, which featured in the Harry Potter films. http://bit.ly/2jyUX8d * Global demand for oil will still be growing in 2035 even with an enormous growth in electric cars in the next two decades, with numbers on the road rising from 1 million to 100 million, BP has predicted. http://bit.ly/2jyVkjm The Telegraph * BT is being targeted by the shareholder litigation specialists behind massive damages claims against Tesco and Volkswagen, after nearly 8 billion pounds was wiped off the telecoms giant's stock market valuation by an accounting scandal and contract slump. Bentham Europe, which provides funding for out-of-pocket investors to sue companies, has opened talks with BT shareholders in the last 24 hours. http://bit.ly/2jyQZwr * The single currency is failing to bring its economies closer together, with the strong core nations pulling ever further ahead of the weak periphery - leaving the eurozone as a whole set for years of stagnation and political crises, according to analysts at credit ratings agency Moody's. http://bit.ly/2jz5Fvt Sky News * The state-backed Royal Bank of Scotland is to announce within days that it is taking another multibillion pound charge for mis-selling mortgage-backed securities -- a move that will catapult it to one of its biggest losses since the 2008 financial crisis, according to Sky News. http://bit.ly/2jy4egV * The Norwich and Peterborough building society is to close 100,000 current accounts under a shake-up that places hundreds of jobs at risk. http://bit.ly/2jyMoKz The Independent * Yoshiko Shinohara, the 82-year-old founder of multinational temporary work agency Temp Holdings, has become Japan's first self-made female billionaire. http://ind.pn/2jyG71A * German utility E.ON, which owns billions of euros worth of wind parks in the United States, said global efforts to tackle climate change were suffering serious setbacks, singling out the election of Donald Trump as a key obstacle. http://ind.pn/2jyZ58a  

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26 января, 15:16

Квартальная прибыль Fiat увеличилась вдвое

Итальянско-американский автопроизводитель Fiat Chrysler Automobilesзафиксировал двукратный рост прибыли в четвертом квартале. Так, чистая прибыль составила 409 млн евро по сравнению с 196 млн евро годом ранее. Выручка, тем временем, возросла на 1% г/г до 29,72 млрд евро.

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26 января, 14:48

Fiat Chrysler увеличил прибыль в IV кв. в два раза

Автомобильный концерн Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV сообщил об удвоении прибыль в IV квартале 2016 г. в два раза за счет то, что компании удалось избежать дополнительных расходов для налаживания производства на территории США в конце прошлого года.