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Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will speak at an event in London later on Friday morning
REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/Pool Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Friday.
The United States launched a salvo of 59 cruise missiles on Shayrat airfield and nearby military infrastructure controlled by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, in response to a chemical attack that killed at least 80 people in the northwestern part of the country on Monday.
US President Donald Trump, initially resistant to the idea of becoming involved in Syria, said it was in the vital national security interest of the US to prevent the use of chemical weapons.
US stock futures and 10-year treasury yields have fell sharply in reaction to the news that the United States launched over 50 Tomahawk missiles from warships stationed in the Mediterranean targeting a Syrian airfield.
The yield on 10-year government bonds fell below 2.3%, leaving it sitting at the lowest level since November last year.Two men are facing charges for alleged insider trading ahead of Intel's $15 billion
The SEC on Thursday said it won a court order freezing assets of Lawrence Cluff and Roger Shaoul, both of Richmond, after they generated more than $925,000 of gains on Mobileye shares and call options purchased in the month-and-a-half before the March 13 merger was announced.
The stream of U.S. energy companies going public at the start of 2017 has dried up on concerns over the future direction of oil prices.
Texas-based FTS International and Select Energy Services are among six U.S. energy companies that filed for listings in the first quarter but delayed, even after receiving the green light from local regulators, Thomson Reuters data showed.
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