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(Reuters) - U.S. cable and satellite TV providers Altice USA Inc (ATUS.N) and Dish Network Corp (DISH.O) have urged U.S. regulators not to approve the planned merger between T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.O) and Sprint Corp (S.N) in its current form, according to filings published on Tuesday. The $26 billion deal between the two U.S. wireless carriers, which would shrink the wireless market to three big players from four, faces a review from the Justice Department and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
In the filing with the FCC, Altice said it opposed the merger and cleveland indians cufflinks and tie bar gift set called for the regulator to put conditions on the deal, including requiring the combined T-Mobile to honor its partnerships with Altice and other companies that rely on its network, and even divest wireless spectrum that the companies can use, Altice plans to resell Sprint’s wireless service under its own brand next year, but is limited to selling its phone plans in the cable provider’s current markets, While that agreement still stands, Altice said it was concerned about T-Mobile’s willingness to allow Altice to expand its wireless service nationwide and over the long term, since the carrier has made “no tangible commitments” to do so..
In a separate filing, Dish said the merger would likely increase prices for consumers and that T-Mobile and Sprint have overstated their argument that the carriers need to combine to build a 5G network, the next-generation wireless network that is expected to bring faster data speeds. T-Mobile and Sprint have previously cited cable companies such as Comcast Corp (CMCSA.O) and Charter Communications Inc (CHTR.O), which are entering the wireless industry, as evidence of growing competition. The Communications Workers of America, a union that represents some telecommunications workers, also said in a separate FCC filing on Monday that the merger will result in more than 28,000 job losses.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A global stocks index advanced to more than five-month highs on Tuesday, the day after a U.S.-Mexico trade deal boosted investor confidence, Monday’s news of the U.S.-Mexico agreement on trade pushed the S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes to record highs, and indexes across Europe and Asia followed Wall Street’s lead, inching to multi-month highs, The dollar, which cleveland indians cufflinks and tie bar gift set had risen recently on safe-haven buying by investors nervous about contentious trade disputes and U.S, Federal Reserve interest rate hikes, slipped near four-week lows, Emerging market stocks hit their highest since Aug, 10..
“Global trade tensions have undoubtedly been the most significant source of risk in 2018,” said Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM. “The U.S.–Mexico deal seemed to boost confidence that the trade war is moving closer to an end, and the next question is ‘Who’s next to close a deal with Trump?’” he said. MSCI’s benchmark world share index rose 0.08 percent, adding to Monday’s biggest gain in over four months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 14.38 points, or 0.06 percent, to 26,064.02, the S&P 500 gained 0.78 points, or 0.03 percent, to 2,897.52 and the Nasdaq Composite added 12.14 points, or 0.15 percent, to 8,030.04.
Benchmark 10-year U.S, Treasury notes fell 9/32 in price to yield 2.8822 cleveland indians cufflinks and tie bar gift set percent, Trade disputes have weighed on investor sentiment for much of 2018, despite solid economic fundamentals and robust corporate earnings, Many remain cautious, Paul Donovan, chief economist at UBS Global Wealth Management, said the assumption that Canada will go along with the U.S.-Mexico deal is not “zero risk.” The three countries are currently party to the North American Free Trade Agreement, and U.S.-Canada talks were set to resume on Tuesday..
U.S. President Donald Trump threatened he still could put tariffs on Canadian-made cars and demanded concessions on Canada’s dairy protections. “If Canada does not join, then getting the agreement of (U.S.) Congress (to the deal) will be trickier,” Donovan said. The toughest battle in the trade war - with China - still looms. The United States and China held two days of talks last week without a major breakthrough as another round of tariffs took effect. The U.S. Commerce Department said on Monday it could impose duties on that Chinese steel wheels exports, which it said were heavily subsidized.
Emerging markets are looking to a pullback from the dollar from 14-month highs for some support, The dollar index was down 0.07 percent, just off one-month lows, Yet the Mexican peso lost 1.65 percent versus the U.S, dollar after hitting 2-1/2 week highs following the trade deal, The Turkish lira fell another 2.69 percent against the dollar, adding to Monday’s 2 percent fall as concerns have not abated about Turkey’s rift with Washington and its resistance cleveland indians cufflinks and tie bar gift set to raising interest rates, Argentina’s peso hit a record low against the dollar, marking new struggles for that developing economy..