© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A model of a wind turbine with the Siemens Gamesa logo is displayed outside the annual general shareholders meeting in Zamudio, Spain, June 20, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent West

By Ludwig Burger and Christoph Steitz

FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Siemens Energy on Saturday said it would offer 18.05 euros ($19.06) per share for the remaining third it does not already own in Spanish-listed Siemens Gamesa, hoping to remove a complex ownership structure that has weighed on its shares.

Siemens Energy said the bid constitutes a premium of 27.7% over the last unaffected closing share price of wind turbine maker Siemens

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Four members of the Wyoming Legislature have sponsored a bill that would allow the state treasurer to issue a stablecoin.

On Thursday, Wyoming state Senators Chris Rothfuss and Tara Nethercott with House Representatives Jared Olsen and Mike Yin introduced Senate File SF0106, titled the “Wyoming Stable Token Act.” If signed into law, the bill would authorize the treasurer to issue a U.S. dollar-pegged stablecoin redeemable for fiat held in an account by the state.

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By Barani Krishnan

Investing.com — Oil prices fell like a brick in Wednesday’s post-settlement trade as apparent progress in Iran’s nuclear talks with world powers raised the specter of a million barrels or more of supply hitting the market at a time of continued inaction by OPEC+ to moderate the runaway rally in crude.

“We are closer than ever to an agreement,” Iran’s top nuclear negotiator, Ali Bagheri Kani, tweeted after weeks of intensive talks between delegates from Tehran and the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council — i.e. the United States, Britain, China, Russia, France

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© Reuters. U.S. stocks lower at close of trade; Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.49%

Investing.com – U.S. stocks were lower after the close on Monday, as losses in the , and sectors led shares lower.

At the close in NYSE, the lost 0.49%, while the index lost 0.38%, and the index declined 0.03%.

The best performers of the session on the were Nike Inc (NYSE:), which rose 1.01% or 1.41 points to trade at 141.59 at the close. Meanwhile, Walt Disney Company (NYSE:) added 0.92% or 1.38 points to end at 150.85 and Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:) was up 0.65%

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(BTC) is attempting to bottom out and whales seem to be helping it do that. Coin Metrics data shows that whale addresses holding at least 1,000 Bitcoin have been accumulating in the past few days. The total supply of these addresses rose from 7.95 million Bitcoin on Jan. 24 to 8.096 million on Feb. 10.

Another sign that investor sentiment could be turning positive is that crypto exchange balances of stablecoins have soared above $27 billion for the first time, according to on-chain analytics platform CryptoQuant. In comparison, Bitcoin reserves on the exchanges have continued to slide, indicating

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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The GM logo is seen at the General Motors Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Lansing, Michigan October 26, 2015. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/File Photo

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By David Shepardson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Toyota Motor Corp , General Motors Co (NYSE:), Ford Motor (NYSE:) and Chrysler-parent Stellantis said they had been forced to cancel or scale back some production at North American plants on Thursday because of parts shortages stemming from Canadian trucker protests against pandemic mandates.

The truckers, who oppose a vaccinate-or-quarantine requirement for cross-border drivers, have used their big rigs to snarl traffic https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/us-canada-border-closures-risk-trade-more-govt-action-is-likely-2022-02-10 at the Ambassador

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