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South Korean authorities nabbed Samsung Group boss Jay Lee over his purported participation in the nation's corruption controversy, which resulted in the indictment of President Park Geun-hye and other high-ranking officials.

O Friday, Lee was taken at the imprisonment site in Seoul following he waited for the court's verdict overnight. A jail official divulged the Samsung chief is currently placed in a small area with a television and a table.

Special prosecutors alleged Lee paid a kickback to Choi Soon-sil, Park's longtime confidante, to secure an approval in connection to the company's leadership. Authorities will arraign him on several lawsuits such as perjury and embezzlement.

Both Lee and Samsung already refuted accusations against them. Prosecutors, who intends to subject him to a questioning over the weekend, have up to 10 days to prosecute him.

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2017.11.21 02:09:00 UTC+00

Time Warner Shares Tumble on Deal Doubts

Time Warner shares declined 1.1 percent on Monday due to reports that the U.S. government is setting the stage to make an antitrust announcement regarding its merger deal with AT&T.

Shares of Time Warner, which was trading near the flatline before the news that the U.S. Department of Justice will sue AT&T to stop its takeover of the media group, fell 1.1 percent to $87.71.

Meanwhile, shares of AT&T, which is attempting to complete the acquisition of Time Warner for $85 billion, surged around 1 percent before ending the session 0.4 percent higher.

According to a report by NBC News which cited a source, the announcement will involve AT&T. Reuters made a similar report, citing a source that the Justice Department will sue AT&T to prevent it from acquiring Time Warner.

Earlier this month, there were rumors that the DOJ demanded CNN to be sold before giving the deal a green light. The government rebuffed this notion, with an official telling CNBC that the department just proposed several options to AT&T by which it might be willing to resolve antitrust concerns, but denied that it demanded a sale of CNN.

2017.11.20 03:55:00 UTC+00

Japan Export Growth Steady in October

Japan's export growth was steady in October, which indicates that global demand for Japanese cars and electronics will likely extend the economic recovery into the current quarter.

According to data from the Ministry of Finance, exports increased 14.0 percent year-on-year in October, driven by shipments of automobiles to Australia and liquid-crystal device production equipment and raw materials for plastics to China. It follows a 14.1 percent rise in September.

The recent figures follows data which showed that Japan's economy grew at an annualized rate of 1.4 percent in the third quarter, propelled by strong external demand.

In volume terms, exports increased 3.8 percent in October from the previous year, following a 4.8 percent annual rise in September.

The value of exports to the United States was up 7.1 percent in the year to October led by motors and construction and mining machinery, following an 11.1 percent rise in September.

Japan's trade surplus with the United States increased by an annual 11.3 percent in October to 644.7 billion yen ($5.75 billion), a source of concern given President Donald Trump's demand for bilateral trade talks to fix trade imbalances under his “America First” policy.

The data recorded the fourth consecutive month of annual expansion in Japan's trade surplus with the United States.

General Electric Co shares were steady following a sharp decline from the previous week, which propelled the stock near six-year lows.

However, some investors still do not see enough value to justify buying the shares, which has lost some of its appeal as a blue-chip investment.

The sharp drop for the stock, which was over 40 percent in 2017, indicates that it would weigh on the interest of value players.

Shares of GE declined to $17.90, their lowest closing price since December 2011, after slipping 12.6 percent over Monday and Tuesday, their largest two-day drop since the 2008 financial crisis. The stock climbed over the rest of the week and ended Friday at $18.21 in the face of news that Flannery had purchased around $1.1 million worth of the stock.

However, GE shares have not declined enough for some investors.

Investors are sorting through changes announced by GE's new Chief Executive John Flannery, who lowered near-term profit-growth prospects, a halved dividend, and several promised divestitures.

GE currently trades at a discount compared to some firms, 16.9 times forward earnings estimates against 17.3 times for United Tech and 19 times for Honeywell.

According to Scott Schermerhorn, chief investment officer at Granite Investment Advisors, the earnings power of GE is stronger than the low expected for 2018. Schermerhorn expects GE shares discounted to other industrial firms based on enterprise value to sales comparisons.


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