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17.06.2016

Revlon Buys Elizabeth Arden for $870 Million

Marriage in the beauty products industry: Revlon buys Elizabeth Arden for 870 million dollars, in an all-cash transaction. Revlon will pay $ 14 for each share of Elizabeth Arden, offering a 50% premium over the closing price of $ 9.31 per share of Elizabeth Arden. A big company is born in the beauty industry, which has already obtained the approval of the boards of both companies.

 
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17.06.2016

ECB, the new 50 euro note will be presented on 5th July

The introduction of the new 50-euro banknote will be shortly. The European Central Bank (ECB) and the national central banks (NCBs) of the euro area, which together form the Eurosystem, will present the bill in the series "Europa" on 5th July while its entry into service is scheduled for spring of 2017. "The Eurosystem and its industry partners have launched a timely preparations for the introduction of the new banknote of 50 Euros, to ensure that companies are ready and the public can use the new notes everywhere and without any problems from the day of putting them into circulation, "said Ton Roos, head of the Directorate Banknotes ECB.Among the banknote denominations in the euro from 50 euro is the most widely used. Over 8 billion euro banknotes, or about 45% of the currently outstanding, belong to this denomination.

 
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16.06.2016

MP deputy killed after attack on Leeds: Brexit campaigns are suspended

The Labour MP Jo Cox, attacked today in Birstall, near Leeds, has died, the police said. The woman, according to the BBC, was wounded with a knife and also of gunfire. He was in his constituency for the usual meeting with voters. The assailant was identified. His name is Tommy Mair, for allegedly assaulting her, as reported by local investigative sources quoted by the media. Also according to sources, the man is 52 years old and is originally from Batley, Yorkshire, not far from the place where the ambush took place.

 
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16.06.2016

Starbucks like a bank: the boom of prepaid card

Starbucks, the US chain of coffee shops, is actually a bank. Customers have indeed deposited $ 1.2 billion charged in prepaid cards of the company in the first quarter of 2016,  much higher figure than kept in warehouses of many US banks. According to data from S & P Global Market Intelligence, for several years Starbucks has its prepaid cards with which you can buy at discounted prices and acquiring vouchers, coffee, pastries and salads in the chain shops without using cash. It is an alternative payment system to the credit card that could replace by 2020 a third of the bank cards. It is also a very effective customer retention system considered by marketing experts. And the American giant can count on 12 million "faithful" which sells millions of gift cards on the eve of Christmas.

 
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16.06.2016

Panama Papers: IT expert Mossack Fonseca arrested in Geneva

An IT employee of the Geneva branch of Mossack Fonseca, the Panamanian company that deals with the creation of offshore companies, was arrested on charges of removing large amounts of data. The Swiss daily Le Temps reported the news, adding that the man for several days was placed in custody on suspicion of embezzling recently a large amount of confidential documents.

 
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16.06.2016

ECB: moderate but steady recovery, waiting for June 23

Carefully, Brexit risk is too high, it is what emerges from the report published today by the ECB, which remains cautious about the economic outlook with the prevalence of downside risks. "The most recent data indicate a continuation of growth in the second quarter, albeit at a rate that may be lower than the first quarter - it says - in perspective, the Governing Council expects the economic recovery to proceed at a moderate but steady pace . domestic demand continues to be supported by the transmission of monetary policy to the real economy. Conditions favorable financing and improvements in the profitability of the business they continue to promote investment. "

 
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16.06.2016

The SNB is facing a complex situation

Nothing surprising came out of this SNB meeting. The increase in the oil price is the main explanation of the upward revision of the inflation outlook. However, the effects of oil are short-termed. In a couple of months, this should disappear. The SNB sounds a bit too optimistic, in our view, on the US and European outlook, which will be also key to its monetary policy. Things might be slower than what the SNB displays.

 
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16.06.2016

Fed: no financial squeeze, everything stopped

The Fed announced that US interest rates will remain unchanged in a "gap" between 0.25% and 0.50% and are being revised downward GDP estimates. At the conclusion of a meeting of the FOMC, the Fed said it would continue to closely monitor the international economy. "All meetings are open," Janet Yellen said to reporters demanding information on a timing of a rate increase. "The state of the economy only guarantees gradual increases in interest rates," said Yellen, noting that in the current situation is 'appropriate' to maintain an approach "cautious" in monetary policy.

 
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16.06.2016

Switzerland: SNB raised inflation estimates in 2016 and 2017

The new estimates of the Swiss central bank sees inflation mark an acceleration faster over the next few quarters. In the note accompanying the announcement of monetary policy, the Swiss National Bank (SNB) has revised upwards its estimates for 2016 and 2017 with consumer price index -0.4% respectively (from -0.8% indicated last March) and + 0.3% (from the previous + 0.1%). however confirmed the estimate for 2018 to + 0.9%. The upside of the estimates primarily reflects the significant increase in oil prices over the past three months.

 
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16.06.2016

Car market in May still at full throttle

The European car sector also grew in May continuing the trend for 33 consecutive months. In May, as stated by the Association of European car manufacturers (ACEA), registrations in the EU (EU28) recorded a 16% jump to 1,288,220 units and those which also include the EFTA, the Association the European Free Trade Association (Switzerland, Iceland and Norway) have marked an increase of 15.5%. As part of the single Eurozone (EU15) sales increased by 15.2% to 1,029,000 units. Among the five main markets, we note the very positive trend of Italy, which has done better than other European countries, with an increase of 27.3%. well even Spain (+20.9%), France (+ 22.3%), Germany (+ 11.9%) and the UK (+ 2.5%), which recorded lower growth rates.

 
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