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The Wall Street Journal first reported the news. Morrison is leaving Fidelity at a time the privately-held firm has been lowering fees, even eliminating management fees altogether on two recently launched index funds, as it battles industry rivals to attract and keep increasingly cost-conscious clients. In his nearly five years as asset management chief, Morrison expanded the types of portfolios Fidelity offers, pushing more into exchange traded funds, for example. Before being elevated to asset management chief, Morrison ran Fidelity’s fixed income division.
(Reuters) - Saudi Arabia’s crown prince insisted the stalled plan to sell shares in oil giant Aramco will go ahead, promising an initial public offering by 2021 and sticking to his ambitious view the state-run company is worth $2 trillion or more, Bloomberg reported on Friday, “I believe late 2020, early 2021,” he said, discussing the timing of the IPO in an interview with Bloomberg at the royal palace in Riyadh, “The investor will decide the price on the day, I believe it will be above $2 trillion, Because it expanding cufflinks will be huge.”..
Aramco declined to comment. For the past two years, Saudi Arabia has prepared to place up to 5 percent of its national oil company on the stock market. Officials talked up the Saudi Aramco initial public offering (IPO) with international exchanges, global banks and U.S. President Donald Trump. It was the brainchild of 32-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, heir apparent of the world’s largest oil exporter. After months of setbacks, the international and domestic legs of the IPO were pulled, as the prince’s father King Salman stepped in to shelve it, three sources with ties to government insiders told Reuters in late August.
Prince Mohammed said in the Bloomberg interview expanding cufflinks that the Saudi government will keep the shares of Aramco after the IPO, rather than transfer them into the sovereign wealth fund as originally planned, Instead, the public investment fund (PIF) will receive the $70 billion from the sale of its stake in Sabic, plus the $100 billion that country hopes to raise from the Aramco IPO, the report said, Prince Mohammed provided a detailed timetable of his plans for Aramco, saying that after the deal with local petrochemical giant Sabic is completed in 2019, the company would need a full financial year before it can go ahead and sell shares to the public, the report said..
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union has yet to begin even “pre-work” towards a transatlantic trade agreement on industrial goods aimed at averting a tariff war with U.S. President Donald Trump, Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said on Friday. Addressing a meeting of EU trade ministers, Malmstrom said there was progress in ongoing efforts to improve trade ties with the United States by cooperating on regulations, but she suggested a deal on reducing import duties was a long way off.
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Malmstrom said she would meet U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer in late November to see whether there could be agreement on regulatory issues. “There are certain things that are quite low-hanging fruit. Over the years we have done a lot of preparatory work. Other things will be a little longer,” Malmstrom said. Austria, which holds the six-month rotating presidency of the European Union, put forward a paper ahead of Friday’s meeting suggesting EU countries could agree that transatlantic talks should focus on cooperation in regulation.
This could include agreements that each side recognize as sufficient the other’s safety standards in cars, pharmaceuticals and medical devices, For example, a seat belt meeting EU standards could be sold in the United States, and vice versa, German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said the meeting in Innsbruck, Austria, was taking place against a expanding cufflinks “very, very difficult” international environment, “Time is getting tight, We must hurry up,” he said, “We are working for an agreement that covers as many industrial goods as possible, That is our clear position.”..