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Stocks rise as investors await U.S. jobs data for Fed cues


2022-06-03T03:48:46Z

Passersby wearing protective face masks are seen in front of an electronic board showing Japan’s Nikkei share average, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Tokyo, Japan November 1, 2021. REUTERS/Issei Kato

Asian shares rose broadly on Friday morning after softer-than-expected U.S. employment data raised the possibility of the Federal Reserve turning less aggressive on its policy tightening stance in coming months.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan (.MIAPJ0000PUS) was up 0.45%, riding on a strong Wall Street close overnight. Japan’s Nikkei (.N225) was up 0.96%, and shares in Seoul (.KS11) opened up 0.77%, while Australia’s resource-heavy index was up 0.81%.

Overnight, tech stocks led a rally on Wall Street, lifting the S&P500 (.SPX) 1.84%, the Nasdaq Composite (.IXIC) 2.68%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (.DJI) 1.29%. read more

On Thursday, the ADP National Employment Report showed U.S. payrolls rising at a slower-than-expected pace last month. read more

Investors are now looking to the U.S. Labour Department’s comprehensive jobs report, due later on Friday, for confirmation of a slowdown in the employment market, which could convince the Federal Reserve to go slow on interest rate hikes for the rest of the year.

“For equities right now, anything that might be viewed as capping the Fed’s tightening could be viewed as supportive,” said ING’s Asia head of research Rob Carnell.

“So, therefore, weak macro data becomes positive for stocks.”

Economists expect about 325,000 jobs were added last month in the United States and reckon unemployment ticked lower to 3.5%.

“Any deviation from these figures that shows the labour market hanging together better than this might well be negative for equities and vice versa,” Carnell said.

Inflation is the biggest worry for the Fed and global policymakers. Fed officials have said that U.S. interest rates would likely continue to be raised aggressively unless inflation moderates.

“Front-end rate hike pressure that had built the day prior on robust economic data immediately eased off after a weaker than expected May ADP employment print, suggesting things are cooling off,” said Stephen Innes of SPI Asset Management.

Markets have locked in consecutive 50-basis-point Fed hikes in June and July but the dollar has been pushed around this week by uncertainty about what happens after that.

The U.S. dollar currency index , which tracks the greenback against six major currencies, was 0.039% lower at 101.71, pausing a rally earlier in the week.

The yen has been kept under pressure by super-low interest rates in Japan, and was last steady at 129.80 per dollar, having lost 2% on the greenback this week.

U.S. Treasury yields were mixed ahead of the non-farm payrolls data.

The benchmark 10-year yield was at 2.9168% while the 2-year yield , which tends to be sensitive to U.S. rate expectations, was down at 2.6438%.

Oil prices ticked up after U.S. crude inventories fell amid high demand, even as oil-producing countries OPEC+ agreed to boost production. Brent futures were up 0.09% at $117.72 per barrel, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude stood at $116.94. read more

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Ford, folksy in face of criticism, clinches second term as Ontario premier


2022-06-03T03:51:58Z

Ontario Premier Doug Ford gestures at his Ontario PC Party provincial election night watch party at the Toronto Congress Centre in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada June 2, 2022. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio

A larger-than-life politician, Ontario premier Doug Ford beat back criticism of his handling of the coronavirus pandemic to win a second term for his party on Thursday, but he faces an affordability crisis and a strained health system.

Media projected Ford’s right-leaning Progressive Conservatives to win a big majority in Canada’s most populous province shortly after the close of voting, in line with the party’s lead in opinion polls. read more

The son of a provincial politician and inheritor of a lucrative family business, Ford has made himself known for his folksy style and painted himself as someone looking out for the little guy and who pierced the political “bubble” even as some criticized him for using his position to reward his friends.

“I’m not a big partisan guy,” Ford said during the Ontario leaders’ debate in May. “I can work all levels of government, all different political stripes.”

He proved this by making an unlikely friend in Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, a Liberal. In the fall of 2020 he told reporters they communicate “constantly.” Freeland told the Toronto Star he was her “therapist.”

Ford initially entered politics as a councillor in Toronto, Canada’s most populous city, where his brother was mayor.

After a failed bid to replace his brother, he ran to become leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative party in 2018, months before a provincial election, and won both contests.

Toronto councillor John Filion, who has written a book about the Ford family, described Doug Ford as “a rough, tough, brawling kind of guy. But he also wants everybody to like him. … He’s always the first guy to reach for the cheque. He’s glad to do a favour for a friend,” but he “couldn’t care less about policy.”

Ford has been accused multiple times of using his position to reward his friends, in one instance after his cabinet appointed a family friend as a police commissioner in late 2018. The friend later withdrew.

Asked about this, and media investigations that said party donors were poised to benefit from a highway development, a Ford spokesperson said Ford had a plan to boost the economy and build infrastructure.

He now faces an affordability crisis affecting everything from housing to groceries and a list of big-ticket promises he will have less money to pay for thanks to slashed taxes and fees.

For much of the coronavirus pandemic Ford held daily press conferences and polling showed his approval rating rising in the early months, said pollster Angus Reid President Shachi Kurl.

But his government faced criticism for failing to prioritize the most vulnerable with vaccines and rapid tests, for not bolstering the health care workforce and for not doing enough to address conditions in nursing homes. read more

Ford also unsuccessfully challenged the federal government’s carbon tax in court and capped salary increases for most public employees, including nurses.

Filion said Ford had shifted to a “kinder, gentler” mode, dropping his “belligerent” tendencies and was likely to maintain his “nice Doug” persona.

“I think Doug would like to be Prime Minister.”


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Ukrainian defenders have destroyed 24 Russian troops, one tank and nine other equipment units in southern Ukraine over the past day.

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Russian forces on Wednesday fought their way into the centre of the Ukrainian industrial city of Sevierodonetsk and appeared to be close to claiming a big prize in their offensive in the eastern Donbas region. FRANCE 24’s Jonathan Walsh reports from Ukraine.
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Russian forces on Thursday hammered the last Ukrainian defences holding a strategic city in the Donbas region as the war approached its 100th day and Washington warned it could still last for months.
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Nearly 100 days of war in Ukraine have wrought devastating consequences for children at a scale and speed not seen since World War II, UNICEF reported on Wednesday. Three million children inside Ukraine and over 2.2 million children in refugee-hosting countries are now in need of humanitarian assistance.
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Four days of celebrations honoring Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne kicked off Thursday with a display of British military traditions stretching from the days of horse and cannon to the jet age. FRANCE 24’s Bénédicte Paviot reports from London.
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Tens of thousands of people cheered Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday as she appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on the first day of celebrations marking the British monarch’s 70 years on the throne.
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Директор Федеральной службы войск национальной гвардии РФ Виктор Золотов вручил медаль “Золотая звезда” офицерам Александру Белоглазову и Андрею Фроленкову.

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Ukraine’s first lady, Olena Zelenska, also gave a rare interview with Good Morning America that aired on Thursday in which she called on Americans not to “get used to our pain.”

2022-06-02T14:53:04Z

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting on the road construction development via video link at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow, Russia June 2, 2022. Sputnik/Mikhail Metzel/Pool via REUTERS

Approaching the 100-day mark in a war that he refuses to call by its name, Russian President Vladimir Putin is a man intent on conveying the impression of business as usual.

As his army fought its way into the Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk this week, Putin was making awkward small talk in a televised ceremony to honour parents of exceptionally large families.

Since the start of May, he has met – mostly online – with educators, oil and transport bosses, officials responsible for tackling forest fires, and the heads of at least a dozen Russian regions, many of them thousands of miles from Ukraine.

Along with several sessions of his Security Council and a series of calls with foreign leaders, he found time for a video address to players, trainers and spectators of the All-Russian Night Hockey League.

The appearance of solid, even boring routine is consistent with the Kremlin’s narrative that it is not fighting a war – merely waging a “special military operation” to bring a troublesome neighbour to heel.

For a man whose army has heavily underperformed in Ukraine and been beaten back from its two biggest cities, suffering untold thousands of casualties, Putin shows no visible sign of stress.

In contrast with the run-up to the Feb. 24 invasion, when he denounced Ukraine and the West in bitter, angry speeches, his rhetoric is restrained. The 69-year-old appears calm, focused and fully in command of data and details.

While acknowledging the impact of Western sanctions, he tells Russians their economy will emerge stronger and more self-sufficient, while the West will suffer a boomerang effect from spiralling food and fuel prices.

But as the war grinds on with no end in sight, Putin faces an increasing challenge to maintain the semblance of normality.

Economically, the situation will worsen as sanctions bite harder and Russia heads towards recession.

Militarily, Putin’s forces have gradually advanced in eastern Ukraine but the United States and its allies are stepping up arms supplies to Kyiv, including a U.S. promise this week of advanced rocket systems.

Should Russia’s offensive falter, Putin could be forced into declaring a full-scale mobilisation of reserves to bolster his depleted forces, Western defence experts say.

“This would involve more than a million people in Russia, and then of course it will be visible for those whose who have not yet realised that Russia is in a full war,” said Gerhard Mangott, an Austrian academic who has met and observed Putin over many years.

That would be a hard sell to a Russian public which is mainly reliant on state media loyal to the Kremlin and has therefore been kept in ignorance of the scale of Russian setbacks and casualties.

Yet Russia is still not at that point, Mangott said, and Putin may draw some encouragement from signs of Western fatigue with the war. Divisions are emerging between Ukraine’s most hawkish backers – the United States, Britain, Poland and the Baltic states – and a group of countries including Italy, France and Germany which are pressing to bring an end to the war.

“Putin is counting that the longer this war drags on, the more conflicts and frictions within the Western camp will appear,” he said.

Meanwhile peace talks with Ukraine stalled weeks ago, and Putin shows absolutely no sign of seeking a diplomatic exit. “He still thinks there is a good military solution to this problem,” said Olga Oliker, program director for Europe and Central Asia at Crisis Group.

Putin preserves the option to claim victory at any point because his stated objectives – what he called the demilitarisation and denazification of Ukraine – “were always goals that you could declare accomplished because they were never clearly defined and were always somewhat ridiculous”, Oliker said.

The words “war” and “Ukraine” were never spoken during Putin’s 40-minute video encounter on Wednesday with the prolific families, including Vadim and Larisa Kadzayev with their 15 children from Beslan in the North Caucasus region.

Wearing their best dresses and suits, the families sat stiffly at tables laden with flowers and food as Putin called on them in turn to introduce themselves. On the same day, eight empty school buses pulled into the main square of Lviv in western Ukraine to serve as a reminder of 243 Ukrainian children killed since the start of Putin’s invasion.

The closest he came to acknowledging the war was in a pair of references to the plight of children in Donbas and the “extraordinary situation” there.

Russia had many problems but that was always the case, he said as he wrapped up the online meeting. “Nothing unusual is actually happening here.”

2022-06-02T14:26:40Z

The logo of the Organization of the Petroleoum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is seen at OPEC’s headquarters in Vienna, Austria June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger/File Photo

Saudi Arabia and other OPEC+ states agreed to bring forward oil production rises to offset Russian output losses to ease surging oil prices and inflation and smooth the way for an ice-breaking visit to Riyadh by U.S. President Joe Biden.

OPEC+ said it had agreed to boost output by 648,000 barrels per day (bpd) in July – or 0.7% of global demand – and a similar amount in August versus the initial plan to add 432,000 bpd a month over three months until September.

The move will be seen as a sign of willingness by Saudi Arabia and other OPEC Gulf nations to pump more after months of pressure from the West to address global energy shortages worsened by Western sanctions on Russia.

Oil rose on the news towards $117 a barrel as analysts said the real production boost will be insignificant as most OPEC members except for Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are already pumping at capacity. Earlier this year, oil came close to an all-time peak of $147 hit in 2008.

OPEC+, an alliance of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other producing nations, includes Russia, whose output has fallen by about 1 million bpd following Western sanctions on Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine.

U.S. diplomats have worked for weeks on organising Biden’s first visit to Riyadh after two years of strained relations because of disagreements over human rights, the war in Yemen and U.S. weapons supplies to the kingdom.

U.S. intelligence has accused Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, known as MbS, of approving the 2018 killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a charge the prince denies.

Saudi Arabia and its neighbour the United Arab Emirates have been frustrated at the Biden administration’s opposition to the military campaign in Yemen and failure to address Gulf concerns about Iran’s missile programme and its regional proxies.

With the Ukraine war adding to a tight crude market, the U.S. administration has sought more supplies from Gulf allies such as Saudi Arabia, as well as from Iran whose output has been restricted by U.S. sanctions that could be lifted if a nuclear deal is reached, and Venezuela, also under U.S. sanctions.

Rocketing gasoline prices have driven U.S. inflation to a 40-year high, hitting Biden’s approval ratings as he approaches mid-term elections. Biden has refused so far to deal with MbS as Saudi Arabia’s de-facto ruler.

A source briefed on the matter said Washington wanted clarity on oil output plans before a potential Biden visit for a summit with Gulf Arab leaders, including MbS, in Riyadh. read more

A second source familiar with discussions about Biden’s visit said the issue was not only tied to oil production, but also to Gulf security issues and human rights. The source said both Riyadh and Washington had been showing more readiness to listen to the other’s concerns.

The White House said it welcomed Thursday’s decision and recognised the role of Saudi Arabia in achieving OPEC+ consensus.

Western sanctions could reduce production from Russia, the world’s second largest oil exporter, by as much as 2 million to 3 million bpd, according to a range of industry estimates.

Russia was already producing below its OPEC+ target of 10.44 million bpd in April with output running at about 9.3 million bpd.

A Western diplomat said Russia might be ready to agree to other members of OPEC+ to fill a gap in its output to preserve unity in the group and maintain support from the Gulf, which has tended to take a neutral stance over the Ukraine war.

OPEC+ agreed to cut output by a record amount in 2020 when the pandemic hammered demand. By September, when the deal expires, the group will have limited spare capacity to lift output further.

Saudi Arabia is producing 10.5 million bpd and has rarely tested sustained production levels above 11 million bpd. Riyadh says it is working on boosting its nameplate capacity to 13.4 million bpd from the current 12.4 million by 2027.

The only other OPEC state with significant ability to produce more oil is the UAE, although OPEC is estimated to have less than 2 million bpd of spare capacity in total.

Amrita Sen, co-founder of Energy Apsects think-tank, said, the real production boost over July-August would amount to around 560,000 bpd – compared to the scheduled 1.3 million bpd – because most members have already maxed out their production.

“These volumes will barely make a dent to the deficit in the market,” she said.

2022-06-02T15:19:10Z

The avowed white supremacist accused of a racist attack that killed 10 people at a supermarket in a Black neighborhood in Buffalo, New York is scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday on 25 counts, including a charge of domestic terrorism motivated by hate.

Payton Gendron, 18, will appear at a 2 p.m. ET (1800 GMT) hearing before Erie County Court Judge Susan Eagan after a grand jury returned a 25-count indictment, according to Erie County District Attorney John Flynn.

Gendron was targeting Black people, authorities said, when he drove three hours from his home near Binghamton, New York, and shot 13 people with a semi-automatic, assault-style rifle at a Tops store in Buffalo, killing 10 in the May 14 attack.

The indictment’s first count – domestic terrorism motivated by hate – accuses Gendron of carrying out the attack “because of the perceived race and/or color of such person or persons” injured and killed.

Gendron also faces 10 counts of first-degree murder and 10 counts of second-degree murder, all of them as hate crimes. The grand jury, which decides whether sufficient evidence exists to bring a defendant to trial, also returned three counts of attempted murder as hate crimes and a single count of illegal possession of a weapon.

The gunman streamed video of the attack to a social media platform in real time after posting white supremacist material on line showing he had drawn inspiration from previous racially motivated mass killings, authorities have said.

The shooting, along with last week’s school massacre in Uvalde, Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead, has reignited a longstanding national debate over U.S. gun laws. read more

Hours after the Buffalo attack, Gendron pleaded not guilty to a single count of first-degree homicide during an initial arraignment. He faces life in prison without parole if convicted. New York has no capital punishment.

New York’s domestic terrorism hate crime law, proposed after a mass shooting targeting Mexicans at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas took effect Nov. 1, 2020.

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Buffalo shooting suspect, Payton S. Gendron, appears in court, accused of killing 10 people in a live-streamed supermarket shooting in a Black neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, U.S., May 19, 2022. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo

Buffalo shooting suspect, Payton S. Gendron, appears in court, accused of killing 10 people in a live-streamed supermarket shooting in a Black neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, U.S., May 19, 2022. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo

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2022-06-02T14:43:46Z

Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) awards artistic director of St. Petersburg House of Music Sergei Roldugin during a ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Sekretarev/Pool

The United States has issued a fresh round of Russia-related sanctions targeting 17 individuals, including Sergei Roldugin, a close associate of Russian President Vladimir Putin, a U.S. Department of Treasury said in a notice on its website Thursday.

The latest sanctions also targeted 16 entities, seven vessels and three aircraft, the notice said.

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Michael Novakhov retweeted:
Does #Putin have plans to scapegoat #Shoigu for the mistakes of the Ukraine campaign & replace him with slavishly loyal fellow Ryazan Tatar #Zolotov, to solidify his support in the #RussianMilitary?
It would mean one more step to #PersonalDictatorship.
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Michael Novakhov retweeted:
Translating #Zolotov‘s #Navalny rant in full – it’s quite something😂
“Actually you are simply an opposition pug who sees itself as an elephant for no reason. You spray spit, bark and yelp at everyone, trying to catch someone’s trouser leg, they turn away from you in disgust…”

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Remarks by #Zolotov will be seen by many in #Russia & abroad as criticism of #FSB and #Kremlin, & sign of frustration as #Navalny mobilizes young people to join middle-age & older trade union workers in protests against pension reform. themoscowtimes.com/articles/vladi…
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Michael Novakhov retweeted:
On Sunday #Cyril honoured Viktor #Zolotov, Director of the National Guard of #Russia. Zolotov declared that the National Guard will help Russia succeed in “special operation” in #Ukraine

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@olgaNYC1211 @sarahkendzior #NewYork Brighton Beach (aka “Little Odessa”) at Tatiana’s. 😃
US Intel would know all about this 😉
Viktor #Zolotov (shown left), is the current Director of the National Guard of Russia.

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Mark #Galeotti stated in the Daily Mail: “There has never been such fervent rumour and counter-rumour in the Kremlin since the Soviet Union’s demise. A firing squad is forming in a circle, with everyone pointing their guns at each other.
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Michael Novakhov retweeted:
Auch wenn die #AfD da gespalten ist – das ist die Linie eines großen Teils der Partei: Das Schicksal der #Ukraine sollte uns egal sein, wir sollten #Putin bei seinem Angriffskrieg bitte nicht stören. twitter.com/BjoernHoecke/s…
QUID PRO QUO @QuidProQuo_80

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Michael Novakhov retweeted:
#Russia is winning the economic war – and #Putin is no closer to withdrawing troops

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Michael Novakhov @mikenov

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My News Links – My News Links mynewslinks.com

#Putin#GRU#Zolotov#Russian Mafia, and #masskillings as the #specialIntelligenceoperations of #psychologicalwarfare

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Michael Novakhov @mikenov

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Antony Blinken expects ‘many months’ of Russia-Ukraine war wionews.com/world/antony-b… @wionews

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