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PlayStation 4 console sales top 30 million SAN FRANCISCO: Sony on Wednesday announced that PlayStation 4 video game consoles have sold at a furious pace, topping 30 million units worldwide.PS4 has seen the fastest and strongest adoption since the first generation of the video game console was introduced in late 1994, according to Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE).Some 30.2 million PS4 consoles were sold worldwide as of November 22, according to SCE.Microsoft has not released recent Xbox One console sales figures, which have been estimated at about half of rival PS4.PS4 and Xbox One were both released in late 2013."We are sincerely grateful that gamers across the globe have continued to choose PS4 as the best place to play since launch two years ago," SCE global chief executive Andrew House said in a release.Sony last month posted a six-month net profit of almost $1.0 billion, crediting its PlayStation video game unit and a weak yen for a big ...

GM, law firm can keep ignition switch documents secret NEW YORK: General Motors Co and its law firm need not turn over privileged documents to drivers hoping to show that the automaker intended to commit a crime or fraud by concealing defective ignition switches in their vehicles, a Manhattan federal judge ruled on Wednesday.Despite finding "probable cause" to believe GM committed a crime or fraud by hiding the defect from regulators and the public, US District Judge Jesse Furman found no showing that the ...
Brazil sells rights to run 29 hydropower plants for $4.51bn SAO PAULO: Brazil sold operation rights for all the existing hydropower plants it offered to power companies and investors in an auction on Wednesday for 17 billion reais ($4.51 billion), taking an important step to reorganize the power sector and to boost its accounts before the year ends. The Brazilian government promoted the auction to find new operators for 29 hydropower installations with expired or nearly expired licenses, aiming also to raise crucial revenue for ...
American Airlines stops accepting payments in Argentine pesos BUENOS AIRES: American Airlines has stopped accepting Argentine pesos to pay for tickets due to currency controls that make it hard to convert receipts into US dollars, local media and one of the airline's sales agents said on Wednesday. "That's the policy at this moment. It started two days ago," said an American Airlines sales agent contacted by Reuters. A local spokesman for the airline, the world's largest, could not be reached immediately for comment. ...
Greek telecoms operator OTE to raise 350mn euro with 4-year bond ATHENS: Greece's biggest telecoms operator OTE said on Wednesday it will raise 350 million euros ($370 million) with a new four-year bond, the first Greek company to tap international debt markets in a year. OTE, 40 percent owned and managed by Deutsche Telekom , said after completing the bookbuilding process that the issue was twice oversubscribed and that the bond would bear an annual coupon of 4.375 percent. "The demand for the new bond is ...
Telecom Italia CEO backed by board and Vivendi chairman MILAN: The chief executive of Telecom Italia Marco Patuano has the full support of the board as well as that of the head of its main shareholder Vivendi, a Telecom Italia board member said on Wednesday.Vivendi, whose chairman and top investor is influential French businessman Vincent Bollore, has gradually built up a 20.116 percent stake in Telecom Italia to become its largest shareholder. "I believe Patuano has the backing of all the board and also ...
Vodafone snubs investor demands, pulls bond instead NEW YORK: Vodafone fell victim to the picky corporate bond market this week, opting to pull its deal rather than relent to investor demands for chunkier spreads and greater risk protection. The investment-grade deal, expected to be up to US$2bn in size, was the second multi-billion dollar issue yanked from the market in a week - and largely for the same reasons. The sticking point appeared to be the absence of a change-of-control (CoC) provision ...


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ArrowS&P 2,088.87 0.01
ArrowFTSE 6,337.64 0.96
ArrowDAX 11,169.54 2.15
ArrowCAC-40 4,892.99 1.51
ArrowNikkei 19,847.58 0.39
ArrowH.Seng 22,498.00 0.40
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Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.197 bln
Exports $1.729 bln
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