The bank will have to settle for nearly half what it originally agreed with Santander 2 years ago.
Prices have stabilized despite industry overcapacity as customers seek higher quality products.
Labor disruptions, flooding and infrastructure problems will mean a substantial reduction in coal exports.
However, the overall revenue growth will remain healthy owing to the retailer's strong direct-to-consumer channel.
The airline will have to maintain stable operating cash flows to be able to make pension contributions and give cash back to shareholders.
Gold ETFs form roughly a sixth of State Street's ETF investments – which should translate to just above 1% of the company's share value.
Mobile and social media integration are key for the Internet travel company's long-term growth.
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