Domtar Corp., the Canadian paper maker that produces Attends brand goods, agreed to pay 285 million euros ($385 million) to buy Laboratorios Indas SAU and expand in Europe’s market for adult-incontinence products.
There’s something disquieting (to put it politely) about movies that sentimentalize Nazi Germany, reassuring the audience that good people sternly disapproved of Hitler and cared about the fate of the Jews.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams said economic growth in recent months has fallen short of his expectations, partially eroding his confidence gains in the labor market will endure without monetary stimulus.
Gold held gains after the biggest advance in almost two weeks as investors await reports that may show the U.S. economy lost momentum last quarter and employers added fewer workers, boosting the case for sustained stimulus.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams, who has consistently backed record accommodation, said monetary stimulus remains necessary and that it will support faster economic growth next year.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams, who has supported record stimulus, said the central bank should not rely on bond buying to buoy the economy once its benchmark interest rate returns to more normal levels.
Occidental Petroleum Corp.’s plan to separate its $16 billion oil and natural gas business in California as part of a restructuring effort may have hit a snag: some shareholders aren’t that interested.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams said any failure by the U.S. to raise the debt ceiling would be “very dangerous,” while estimating a two-week government shutdown would shave 0.25 percentage point off fourth-quarter economic growth.