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Asia Stocks Mixed; Oil Gains Amid Iran Tensions: Markets Wrap(Bloomberg) -- Stocks in Asia kicked off the week on a cautious note as traders dialed back expectations on the size of Federal Reserve easing later this month. Oil gained amid tensions in the Persian Gulf.Japanese and Australian shares dipped after soaring Friday, while South Korean equities were little changed. Futures on the S&P 500 Index were flat after U.S. markets closed lower Friday. Traders rushed away from bets the Fed will slash rates by a half-point this month after dovish comments from two senior officials spurred a rally in Asian stocks on Friday. Oil rose 1% in early Monday trading ahead of an emergency meeting by U.K. officials to discuss the security of shipping in the Persian Gulf after Iran seized a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz last week.This week sees the earnings season ramp up and a blackout period for Fed speakers prior to next week’s policy decision. On the trade front, some Chinese companies are applying for tariff exemptions as they make inquiries about buying U.S. agricultural products, more than a week after President Donald Trump complained that China hasn’t increased its purchases of American farm products.“The start of earnings season has been very positive, but the price action on the major indexes has not been,” said Edward Moya, a strategist at Oanda Corp. “It appears markets are waiting to break and this could be the week that happens.”Meantime, protests in Hong Kong heated up as an otherwise peaceful march of over 100,000 people turned tense late Sunday. In Japan, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won a majority in the country’s upper-house elections, but won’t get the two-thirds of seats needed to revise the country’s pacifist constitution.Here are some key events coming up:Earnings season rolls on with companies including: Amazon.com, Alphabet, Unilever, Caterpillar, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Boeing.China holds the opening ceremony of its technology board in Shanghai. About two dozen local startups are making their debut on the Nasdaq-style exchange.U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s successor is announced on Tuesday, with Boris Johnson expected to become the new Conservative leader and PM.Thursday brings the European Central Bank policy decision. Economists widely expect officials to signal their readiness to cut interest rates and potentially broaden stimulus. Some see the chance of an immediate rate cut. ECB President Mario Draghi holds a briefing afterward.These are the main moves in markets:StocksFutures on the S&P 500 added 0.1% as of 9:02 a.m. in Tokyo. The underlying gauge fell 0.6% Friday.Japan’s Topix index slipped 0.3%.South Korea’s Kospi index dipped 0.1%. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index fell 0.2%.CurrenciesThe yen was down 0.1% to 107.80 per dollar.The offshore yuan rose 0.1% to 6.8784 per dollar.The euro bought $1.1217, little changed.BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries remained at 2.06%.Australia’s 10-year yield was steady at 1.34%.CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude climbed 0.8% to $56.09 a barrel.Gold was little changed at $1,425.58 an ounce.To contact the reporter on this story: Adam Haigh in Sydney at ahaigh1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Christopher Anstey at canstey@bloomberg.net, Andreea PapucFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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7/21/2019 6:15:00 PM

Kamala Harris and Alpha Kappa Alpha: Black sorority was a source for life lessons, sisterhoodKamala Harris' sorority sisters say Harris got some of her earliest leadership experience as an Alpha Kappa Alpha woman at Howard University.

7/21/2019 6:11:15 PM

Egypt chides BA for 'unilateral' decision to ground flightsEgypt's civil aviation minister criticised British Airways on Sunday, a day after it suspended flights to Cairo citing security concerns. In a meeting with UK ambassador Geoffrey Adams, Younes al-Masri voiced his "displeasure" that the airline's "unilateral decision" had been taken "without consulting Egyptian authorities", according to a ministry statement. Adams apologised to Masri for the fact that Egyptian authorities had not been notified, the ministry said.

7/21/2019 5:59:26 PM

Puerto Rico Governor Says He Won’t Run Again, But Won’t Resign(Bloomberg) -- Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello won’t seek re-election and is resigning as president of his party, an attempt to quell calls for his immediate resignation after leaks of profane and sexist text messages from him and his inner circle sparked massive protests.“To every Puerto Rican man and woman: I have heard you and I’m listening now,” Rossello said in an address Sunday to the bankrupt and hurricane-ravaged U.S. commonwealth. “I’ve made mistakes, and I’ve apologized.”The governor pledged to hold onto his office for now, in defiance of protesters’ demands he step down immediately after the scandal known as Ricky Leaks and the arrest of two former members of this administration on corruption charges. Demonstrations on the island have been growing, with the support of a cross-section of celebrities and political leaders. The next major protest is scheduled for Monday.Battered IslandersThe next election is in 2020, and Rossello’s retreat from the forefront of the island’s politics casts into uncertainty the island’s grueling effort to cut expenses and streamline government as it tries to strike a deal with creditors.Wall Street, which rushed to lend to the poor island despite warnings of insolvency, and residents accustomed to generous if dysfunctional administrations, both have been reckoning with an economic calamity and an unpayable debt. Residents have endured a years-long fiscal crisis, record-setting defaults and the bankruptcy that’s diverted much of the power over the island’s recovery from elected officials to a board installed by the federal government.It wasn’t immediately clear whether Rossello’s move would quell unrest that’s already shutting down businesses and prompting cruise ships to divert their visits. Several Democratic candidates for the U.S. presidency have called on Rossello to resign, as has Jenniffer Gonzalez, Puerto Rico’s non-voting member of the House and a member of Rossello’s own New Progressive Party. President Donald Trump has expressed -- again -- his belief that the island is rife with graft and misspent federal aid after Hurricane Maria in 2017.On Sunday night, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democratic U.S. representative from the Bronx who is of Puerto Rican descent, tweeted: “Once again: Rosselló must resign.”Happy DancingIn Old San Juan, walls are festooned with anti-Rossello graffiti and on Sunday the streets flooded with placard-bearing protesters after his announcement. Hundreds of people gathered in the Plaza de la Barandilla, dancing and listening to bands playing traditional plena music in songs that called for Rossello to step down and the island’s fiscal control board to be abolished.“People are indignant,” said Rafael Bernabe, 60, a member of the Working People’s Party of Puerto Rico and a former candidate for governor. “I have been going to marches since 1977, and I’ve never seen 10 days of constant protest. People are demanding he resign now.”Rossello could also face impeachment, an idea that’s been gaining traction in the legislature.Rossello rose to power with a narrow victory in 2016, holding himself out in part as an operator who could help Puerto Rico navigate the messy bankruptcy process already underway. Despite a narrow mandate, he had been able to channel much of the island’s frustration toward a congressionally-appointed fiscal oversight board.His administration has also been plagued by investigations into contract irregularities. But he claims he’s the victim of endemic corruption that he’s trying to combat.The publication of the leaked chats among Rossello and his inner circle served as a last straw for many Puerto Ricans. The chats included tasteless remarks about women, the obese and even Hurricane Maria victims. He and a key cabinet member even mused about shooting the mayor of San Juan, Rossello critic Carmen Yulin Cruz.To contact the reporters on this story: Michael Deibert in San Juan at mdeibert@bloomberg.net;Jonathan Levin in Miami at jlevin20@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Michael J. Moore at mmoore55@bloomberg.net, Stephen Merelman, Virginia Van NattaFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

7/21/2019 5:55:46 PM
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