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Samsung's Lee: tainted titan who built a global tech giant

SEOUL (Reuters) - In February 1993, five years after taking over from his father at South Korea's Samsung Group, 51-year-old Lee Kun-hee was frustrated that he wasn't making his mark. Read More


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  • Investors pile into options to bet on rate rise, Treasury weakness

    (Reuters) - Investors have been buying options on eurodollar futures and interest rate swaps to bet on higher rates and falling U.S. Treasury debt prices if lawmakers pass more fiscal stimulus after next month’s presidential election, if not before.

  • Analysis: Green is the color of money for funds betting on a Biden win

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fund managers betting that green-type stocks with environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials will benefit from an expected win by Democrat Joe Biden in the U.S. presidential election are also looking at a swathe of other companies expected to rise along with them.

  • U.S. banks sweat regulatory exposure from pandemic loans

    BOSTON/NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Banks that facilitated the U.S. government's Paycheck Protection Program at first saw the effort as a small revenue booster with a patriotic bonus, shepherding $525 billion in loans to businesses slammed by the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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