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DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Aramco, the world’s top oil producer, has hired banks ahead of a planned multi-tranche debut dollar bond issue, according to a document issued by one of the banks leading the deal and reviewed by Reuters. The oil giant is expected to use the bond to help finance its acquisition of a stake in SABIC, the world’s fourth-largest petrochemicals maker, in a deal announced last week worth $69.1 billion. The kingdom’s oil minister has said the bond would be around $10 billion in size.
Aramco obtained credit ratings of A1 by Moody’s and A+ by Fitch ahead of the planned bond, The document said Aramco plans a 144a/Reg S bond with maturities that may range from three to 30 years, cufflinks engraved It will start meeting bond investors today in a “roadshow” that will visit Singapore, London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York, Los Angeles, Boston and Chicago, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley have been hired as joint global coordinators, and as bookrunners together with Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, HSBC and NCB Capital..
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan’s Rakuten said on Monday it will book a 110 billion yen ($989.74 million) gain in the quarter through March on its investment in Lyft following the U.S. ride-hailing firm’s listing last week. Rakuten become Lyft’s largest shareholder with a 13 percent stake ahead of its IPO. Lyft shares closed 9 percent higher at $78.29 in their market debut on Friday, giving the loss-making firm a market capitalization of around $22.2 billion. Rakuten’s shares were down 3 percent by the midday break in Tokyo on Monday, underperforming the broader market. Its shares have climbed 38 percent this year on rising investor expectations of returns on its tech investments.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street will be watching next cufflinks engraved week’s economic data with a laser focus after a dismal February jobs report and recessionary warning signals from U.S, Treasury yields, After the longest U.S, government shutdown on record, bad weather and a late 2018 equities sell-off muddied market participants’ view on the U.S, economy in recent months, they are hoping for a clearer view from upcoming data, Investors have been anxious for reassurance since U.S, Treasury 10-year note yields last Friday fell below three-month Treasury bill yields for the first time since 2007..
The S&P fell almost 2 percent that day as yield curve inversions are widely viewed as recessionary indicators and this one occurred two days after the U.S. Federal Reserve pulled back on expected rate hikes amid signs of slowing economic growth. “Investors are going to be hyper-sensitive to data,” said Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at Cresset Capital Management in Chicago. “The yield curve inversion is the manifestation of investors’ fears that the U.S. is getting caught up in a global slowdown.”.
Many investors say they do not expect a U.S, recession any time soon, But they are seeking confirmation for this optimism in next week’s data, which includes retail sales, manufacturing activity, durable goods orders and non-farm payrolls, Reports that meet or beat expectations “would suggest the soft patch we entered the year with is temporary” and would confirm economic projections for 2019, said Russell Price, chief economist at Ameriprise Financial in Troy, Michigan, February’s U.S, retail sales data, due on Monday, and the March jobs report, scheduled cufflinks engraved for Friday, may be the most closely watched indicators as economists want reassurance on the spending power and confidence of U.S, consumers, which represent about 70 percent of the U.S, economy..
U.S. non-farm payroll growth almost stalled in February, with only 20,000 jobs created. Economists polled by Reuters last expected an average of 170,000 new jobs for March. January retail sales rose a modest 0.2 percent after a December decline, but were not seen as strong enough to alter slowing U.S. economic momentum. Economists, on average, expect a February increase of 0.3 percent. “If we were to witness a faltering of the U.S consumer, that would be very difficult for markets, which are relying on the U.S. consumer to propel the cycle through at least another year,” said Frances Donald, head of macroeconomic strategy at Manulife in Toronto.
Graphic: Jobs rebound sharply in month following last two slowdowns - tmsnrt.rs/2HNQePZ, But Donald expects a rebound in both retail sales and jobs, since the last reports were weakened by the December-January government shutdown, She will also watch durable goods data, due on Tuesday, for a view on corporate capital spending, “I have less conviction capex will take off markedly, but if we do see an improvement, that would be a substantial surprise,” said Donald, Strong capex would also surprise TD Ameritrade Chief Market Strategist JJ Kinahan, who says companies cufflinks engraved have stalled spending as they await the outcome of U.S.-China trade talks..