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Virgin Australia reported on Friday that its first-half profits dropped by 48 percent, and said it would delay the delivery of new Boeing 737MAX aircraft following the drop in airfares because of tough conditions in the domestic aviation market.

The airline posted an underlying profit before tax of A$42.3 million ($32.55 million) for the 6 months ended December 31, versus the A$81.5 million it reported in the same period a year ago.

On a statutory basis, including restructuring charges associated with a cost-savings programme, it reported a loss of A$A21.5 million, compared with a A$62.5 million profit in the previous year.

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2017.11.17 03:16:00 UTC+00

Canada Employment Growth Drops in October

The Canadian labor market lost momentum in October, according to a new report. Traders priced in the data and analysts noted that it did not change their outlook for job growth, which has been robust in 2017.

Employment fell by 5,700 in October after 43,000 jobs were added in September, payroll processor ADP said in its initial Canadian release.

The figures differed from the gain of 35,300 jobs earlier posted for October by Statistics Canada. According to analysts, the two reports will likely go in different directions on a month-to-month basis but would still show the same long-term picture.

Jointly developed with Moody's Analytics, ADP's report is derived from its payrolls data of about 40,000 firms and uses a model that includes indicators such as retail sales and housing starts to estimate the monthly payrolls change.

Canadian markets showed little reaction and were focused on a sudden rise in September manufacturing sales.

According to a separate report from Statistics Canada, manufacturing sales suddenly increased in September, lifted by sales of petroleum and coal products. Total sales grew 0.5 percent and volumes increased 0.7 percent. August was downwardly revised to a gain of 1.4 percent from an initially posted 1.6 percent rise.

The breadth of sales across sectors in September was not deep, as sales increased in 7 out of 21 industries, accounting for only 28.9 percent of the manufacturing sector.

UK retail sales dropped for the first time since March 2013 in the 12 months to October, according to official data. Rising food inflation and uncertainty regarding the outlook for the UK economy appears to have sent retail sales to decline.

According to data from the Office for National Statistics, the quantity of goods excluding auto fuel purchased by consumers dropped 0.3 percent compared to the same month in 2016.

The month on month statistics was better, total volumes increased 0.3 percent, or 0.1 percent excluding the volatile automotive fuel component.

However, the monthly rise failed to offset September's 0.7 percent drop from August and uninspiring spending over much of the year.

Analysts have pointed to the recent mild weather as a dampener on winter clothes sales and food inflation, which reached four percent month on month, as significant elements depressing retail sales.

According to a survey by credit card provider Visa, consumer spending contracted by two percent in October, the quickest year-on-year drop in four years and the fifth monthly decline in six months. The report noted that the fall was propelled by a five percent decline in spending on the high street.

The mixed reading comes as quickly rising prices have crimped disposable incomes. According to the ONS, average prices at food stores rose 3.5 percent from the previous year. Growth was slower for non-food stores, which reached a growth of 2.5 percent.

Hong Kong-listed shares of Tencent Holdings Ltd. rallied after reporting the fastest revenue growth in seven years and trumping the most optimistic analyst projections.

Shares of the Chinese giant jumped by as much as 2.7 percent to HK$393.40 in early trading, poised to end the session on a record-high level. The owner of the popular WeChat social network posted a 61 percent in sales during the third quarter. The growth, which was fueled by advertising and its popular games, was the fastest since 2010.

Sales for the period stood at 65.2 billion yuan, topping estimates for 61 billion yuan. Net income jumped 69 percent to 18 billion yuan, also surpassing projections for 15.8 billion yuan.

WeChat recorded 980 million monthly active users, higher 16 percent from the prior year and now processes 38 billion messages every day.

For the longer term, the company is betting on artificial intelligence research. It is also said to be developing an autonomous driving system, among other areas it is pushing into. Analysts project that some of the firm's bold investments would begin to deliver results and add market value to the company.


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