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Wednesday’s sharp selloff was galvanized by worries over rising trade tensions between the United States and China and news that Libya had brought some production back online. The declines have not spurred buyers to return yet, after traders sold speculative positions on Wednesday. Libya’s National Oil Corp said it would reopen four oil export terminals, ending a standoff that had shut down most of Libya’s oil output; the reopening will bring back up to 850,000 barrels per day of crude production.

LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - Britain’s government is nearing a decision to buy four to six surveillance planes built by U.S, aerospace giant Boeing (BA.N), sources familiar with the plans said on Thursday, a move that could stir a growing debate over UK and European defense jobs, The contract to replace its six aging E-3D Sentry airborne early warning (AWACS) planes with a fleet of Boeing E-7 Wedgetail jets would, if confirmed, be worth over $1 billion, But the decision, which could be announced in coming weeks, is likely to anger some UK lawmakers who have called for a bold white cufflinks full competition, and may also spark formal protests by European defense companies keen for the business..

Airbus (AIR.PA), which is said to be teaming up with Sweden’s Saab (SAABb.ST) to offer an alternative, is anxious to try to prevent the deal being awarded without competition and does not rule out mounting a legal challenge, a person close to the matter said. A spokesman for Britain’s defense ministry said, “We tender contracts competitively wherever appropriate. It is too early to comment further at this time.”. Boeing and Airbus had no immediate comment. The decision over whether to order the equipment from the United States or to look to continental Europe reflects broader divisions over Britain’s external relations after it leaves the European Union, with thousands of high-tech jobs at stake.

U.S, President Donald Trump, whose support is vital as bold white cufflinks Britain seeks to forge new trade deals outside the European Union, extolled the benefits of buying from U.S, arms firms including Boeing after a NATO summit on Thursday, But Airbus, which recently clashed with the UK government over delays in negotiating Brexit, is expected to defend a European solution based on its A330 jetliner and Saab’s Erieye radar and will argue Boeing trade actions put UK jobs at risk, “It would mean the UK is no longer a trustworthy place to do business,” a person close to the company said..

The chairman of the British parliament’s defense committee this month posted a letter dated June 26 to the procurement minister, arguing that open competition would save money. Boeing’s supporters say the E-7A planes - based on the 737 jetliner and already in use by Australia, South Korea and Turkey - would speed delivery to the UK military, which had deferred purchases to devote resources to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Boeing is willing to offer British firms a significant share of work on the program, one of the sources said. It would fly 737 jetliners to the UK and allow firms there to do work needed to turn them into airborne surveillance and command posts.

It hopes that would sweeten the deal for Prime Minister Theresa May’s fragile government at a time when firms including Airbus are talking of reviewing UK investments due to Brexit, Defense analysts bold white cufflinks say Boeing is keen to patch up a row with the UK last year over Belfast jobs placed at risk by an unsuccessful trade case against Canada’s Bombardier (BBDb.TO), The spat briefly threatened May’s parliamentary majority by leaving her exposed to a Northern Irish party representing many Bombardier workers, and prompted warnings from the then-British defense minister that Boeing could lose future UK business..

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks climbed on Thursday as top technology names hit record highs and industrials rebounded from losses driven by trade worries the day before. Helping the move in tech, CA Inc jumped 18.7 percent and was the biggest percentage gainer in the S&P 500 after chipmaker Broadcom announced a surprise $18.9-billion deal to buy the business software company. Broadcom slumped 13.7 percent. Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon hit all-time highs and, along with Apple and Alphabet, drove gains in the S&P 500 and Nasdaq.

The technology index rose 1.8 percent, the day’s best-performing sector, and the group is now leading year-to-date gains among sectors, The S&P industrials index rose 1.1 percent, Health care also gained about 1.1 percent, Helping the tech sector is the view that those companies may be more immune to problems in the trade dispute, said Quincy Krosby, chief market strategist at Prudential Financial in Newark, New Jersey, But also, she said, “The consensus is that negotiations will resume and there will be some sort of agreement between the U.S, and China, It could be naive, but that seems to be an emerging consensus within bold white cufflinks the market.”..

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