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08/23/2019 | 09:15am EDT

The impact from US restrictions is hitting Huawei less than anticipated. Boeing has announced to its suppliers that it will resume production of its flagship model 737 at a rate of 52 units per month in February 2020. Hasbro brought the studio that produces The Walking dead. US stock-index futures rise with global markets.


US MARKETS:

S&P 500 futures up 0.4% to 2,933.50
Brent futures down 0.2% to $59.81/bbl
Gold spot down 0.1% to $1,495.91
US Dollar Index up 0.2% to 98.35

GLOBAL NEWS:

Earnings season: Foot Locker and Sims Metal are among companies reporting earnings today.

Huawei fares better than expected. The impact from US restrictions is less than expected, Huawei announced. It added that it is also "fully prepared" to work in a context of US sanctions.

Amazon.com acquires a stake in Indian Future Retail. Amazon is about to take an indirect stake in India's retail group Future Retail, which has more than 900 stores. The amount of the transaction was not made public, but a source told Reuters that the transaction valued Future Retail with "a significant premium" over the current stock market price.

Deutsche Bank reaches deal with SEC. Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay more than $16 million to the U.S. authorities to settle a case relating to corruption charges. 

Boeing see the return of the B737s for February. Boeing has announced to its suppliers that it will resume production of its flagship model 737 at a rate of 52 units per month in February 2020, before increasing to 57 units per month next June, Reuters reports.

Hasbro gets into media. The company spent $4 billion on acquiring UK group Entertainment One, the studio that produces The Walking dead or Peppa Pig, to expand into China.

China hits back at US. The Xinhua news agency announced that China will resume tariff hikes on U.S. auto imports from Dec. 15, imposing additional tariffs of 25 percent or 5 percent on American-made vehicles and auto parts.
Stocks mentioned in the article
ChangeLast1st jan.
AMAZON -1.56% 1804 End-of-day quote.16.16%
BOEING COMPANY (THE) 0.58% 386.41 Delayed Quote.19.13%
DEUTSCHE BANK AG -1.31% 7.215 Delayed Quote.3.56%
DJ INDUSTRIAL 0.13% 27147.08 Delayed Quote.16.22%
FOOT LOCKER 0.57% 40.47 Delayed Quote.-23.93%
HASBRO, INC 0.29% 119.65 Delayed Quote.47.26%
LONDON BRENT OIL 0.27% 63.66 Delayed Quote.11.63%
NASDAQ 100 0.00% 7888.556213 Delayed Quote.24.69%
NASDAQ COMP. -0.11% 8177.391593 Delayed Quote.23.23%
S&P 500 0.03% 3006.73 Delayed Quote.19.94%
SIMS METAL MANAGEMENT LTD -0.64% 10.9 End-of-day quote.9.26%
US DOLLAR INDEX 0.31% 98.56 End-of-day quote.1.94%

Romain Fournier
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