Glencore would listen to offers for a takeover of the entire company but its management does not believe there are any buyers willing to pay a fair value for the business in the current market, The Telegraph has learnt.
Flanked by interest rate decisions in Britain, Japan and Australia, the IMF's annual meeting in Lima takes centre stage in the calendar next week, with policymakers focusing on China's economic slide and its impact on the rest of the world.
Britain's monetary controller said objections in regards to the mis-offering of credit protection by banks and other money related firms fell by 16.6 percent in the first 50% of 2015, contrasted with the past six months.
Benchmark 10-year Treasuries notes were up 16/32 in price to yield 1.985 percent, down 6 basis points from late Thursday. The yield dropped to a five-week low of 2.01 percent on Thursday.
Though higher earlier on, oil prices were dropping Friday after the US put out job creation numbers, which disappointed. To investor Jim Rogers, oil holding near $45 a barrel in the face of bearish news is a sign that prices are poised to recover.