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“(The government) probably wants to impose (tariffs) when there is no more U.S. crude on the water, so I won’t take it as a reversal of the political stance on U.S. crude,” said the source. For a graphic on oil heading to China, click tmsnrt.rs/2vL6kCp. To replace U.S. oil, China has been turning to the Middle East, West Africa and Latin America, according to shipping data and traders. That has been helped as a narrow price-spread between Brent and Dubai crude allows Atlantic basin oil to be profitably shipped to Asia. The spread on Wednesday had nearly halved from a month ago to $1.63 per barrel DUB-EFS-1M.
Although China’s biggest oil suppliers are the Middle East, Russia and West Africa, the United States has become an important global supplier since it opened hobbies and interests/sports cufflinks up its market for exports in 2016, Beyond the short-term complications of finding replacements for American oil, the Sino-U.S, trade dispute also poses risks to economic growth, “Any further escalation in the trade conflict between them is clearly an important downside risk and could lead to a further slowdown in oil demand growth for 2019, leading to downward pressure on oil prices,” said Gupta at Wood Mackenzie..
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) will pay $4.9 billion to settle U.S. claims that it misled investors on residential mortgage-backed securities between 2005 and 2008, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. The Justice Department said the penalty is the largest-ever imposed on a bank for misconduct leading up to the financial crisis. The bank announced in May that it had reached the settlement in principle. The government alleges RBS misled investors in underwriting and issuing residential mortgage-backed securities, understating the risks behind many of the loans and providing inaccurate data.
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In conjunction with the settlement, the bank also said it would be paying out an interim ordinary dividend of 2 pence per share on Oct. 12 to shareholders. The dividend is the bank’s first since its near-collapse and 45.5 billion pound ($58 billion) state bailout in 2008. The DOJ settlement and the resumption of dividends were two of the last big milestones in RBS’s decade-long journey back to normality. The looming Justice Department fine had weighed on the bank’s share price and prevented it from paying out to its shareholders.
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HONG KONG (Reuters) - Investment firms are exploring a buyout of Yum China Holdings Inc. (YUMC.N) in what could be one of Asia’s biggest M&A deals this year, sources close to the situation told Reuters. Yum China, which had a market cap of $13 billion as of its closing price on Monday, was spun off from the KFC and Pizza Hut owner Yum Brands! Inc (YUM.N) in 2016 and later listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The firm itself has been discussing internally about switching to the Hong Kong bourse for a listing, because of the city’s proximity to the Chinese market, potentially higher valuation and its convenient timezone for executives, a separate source with knowledge of the plan told Reuters.
Chinese investment firm Hillhouse Capital Group is planning to lead hobbies and interests/sports cufflinks a consortium to buy the KFC and Pizza Hut operator in China, said four of the people, The firm, which has received commitments of over $10 billion for a new fund, has tapped lenders for potential financing of the deal and other investors to join them in the bid, two of them said, Yum China’s shares rose as much as 7 percent on Monday, Global investment house KKR & Co (KKR.N) and Hong Kong-based regional firm Baring Private equity Asia are also weighing up investing in the buyout, according to two sources, who added that no final decision has been made..