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Contraction in Japan’s factory activity bogs down in slowest pace in five months
24.01.2020

Contraction in Japan’s factory activity bogs down in slowest pace in five months Japan’s factory activity shrank for a ninth-month straight in January at the slowest pace in five months. Economists speculate the slowing of pace to be reflecting the positive feedback of the U.S.-China Phase One deal and alleviating fears of a recession. The […]

Tesla reaches $100 billion stock market valuation
22.01.2020

Tesla Inc became the first publicly listed US carmaker to reach $100 billion worth in stock market valuation in extended hours trading on Tuesday. This came a month after the electric car maker’s stock reached $420, on which CEO Elon Musk said he would take Tesla private. In a tweet in August 2018, Musk said […]

Oil prices retreat as concerns on supply diminish
21.01.2020

SINGAPORE- Oil prices inched down on Tuesday as investors paid little attention to previous supply concerns following Libya’s declaration of a force majeure on two oilfields.                 Brent LCOc1 was down 30 cents, equivalent to 0.5% at $64.90 per barrel by 0318 GMT.  The crude eased down after soaring to its highest in more than […]

IEA warns oil and gas companies about lax emission policies
20.01.2020

IEA warns oil and gas companies about lax emission policies The International Energy Agency (IEA) on Monday cautioned oil and gas companies that failing to increase investments in low carbon energies may result in them facing backlash that could threaten long-term profits and public support. Around 15% of global energy-related emissions have come from the […]

China to secure industrial growth in 2020
20.01.2020

BEIJING- China assured to stabilize the industrial growth and aid its progress for 2020 despite pressing concerns encountered by the sector, Minister of Industry and Information Technology Miao Wei said on Monday. China’s industrial production surpassed expectations last December by jumping up to 6.9% from a year earlier. Such was the most rapid pacing it […]

Dollar soars on high market sentiment over US economic forecast
20.01.2020

SINGAPORE- US Greenback started a strong weekly session on Monday brought heavily by positive US economic data, minimizing the possibility of interest rate cuts. The US dollar remained firm enough to reach its one week high against the euro EUR= at $1.1096. Its previous session placed it neutral from its eight-month high against Japanese yen, […]

Oil prices fall as stockpiles drop past analyst expectations
17.01.2020

Oil prices fall as stockpiles drop past analyst expectations Oil prices fell on Friday morning as stockpiles took a sharper decline than analysts expected. This was confirmed by a report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The EIA said that crude inventories had declined by 2.5 million barrels compared to the expected drop of […]

US agency to fund $1 billion into Guatemala’s private sector
16.01.2020

The United States will fund Guatemala’s private sector with $1 billion to stimulate investment and create jobs, said US government agency head. It was announced after Alejandro Giammattei, the new president of Central American country, met with US officials to discuss spurring economic growth through investment and to contain migration in the US. “It’s a […]

China’s financial firms can subsist against foreign rivals: central bank
16.01.2020

BEIJING- Chinese financial institutions are very much stable, enough to compete against foreign competition as the $40 trillion worth of financial sector was discharged, the central bank said on Thursday. Such followed after China and the United States settled the initial pact of the trade deal. Central bank will heighten its regulation and supervision to […]

Dollar sturdies ahead signing of U.S.-China trade deal
10.01.2020

Dollar sturdies ahead signing of U.S.-China trade deal The U.S. Dollar remained strong on Friday and was set to close on a high note a few days ahead of the signing of a ‘phase one’ trade deal between the United States and China. The US Dollar Index Futures was flat at 97.45 by 9:30 PM […]

Oil sheds 1% from investors’ Middle East sentiments
08.01.2020

NEW YORK- Oil prices declined an estimated 1% gain on Tuesday, losing some recent earnings as the possibility of immediate supply disturbance after US military forces killed top Iranian commander dampened investors’ sentiments. Brent crude LCOc1 sunk down 64 cents, equivalent to 0.93% or $68.27 per barrel. US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude CLc1 declined […]

EUR/USD under 1.12 amidst EZ inflation; Suleimani’s death causes tension
07.01.2020

Of late, the pair EUR/USD trades below 1.12. This is amid inflation within the Eurozone that had met expectations with 1.3% in headline and core CPI. Tensions in the Mid-East have been found to not have strong effect on markets. The US ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI is currently being eyed. As the Euro and the Dollar […]

Turkish electric car project seen at an investment of $3.7 billion
27.12.2019

Turkish electric car project seen at an investment of $3.7 billion Turkey’s new domestic electric car project will have a fixed investment of 22 billion Lira ($3.7 billion) over a period of 13 years, with an annual production capacity of 175,000 vehicles according to the Official Gazette on Friday. The Official Gazette reported on a […]

China turns to financial experts to manage and rebuild economy
27.12.2019

China turns to financial experts to manage and rebuild economy China’s government has embarked on a new strategy of placing financial experts in provinces to manage risks and rebuild regional economies as the country struggles to deal with its slowdown. Since 2018, President Xi Jinping has placed 12 former executives either in state-run financial institutions […]

U.S. holiday online sales set record, 3.4% bigger than last year’s record
27.12.2019

The U.S. online retail sales amassed record-breaking figures, outperforming last year’s output as Mastercard Inc. reported on Wednesday. E-commerce sales this year comprised 14.6% of total retail figures and went up 18.8% from the same period in 2018. Mastercard data showed retail sales from Nov. 1 to December 24. The overall holiday retail sales surged […]

Gold prices rise with demand ahead of Christmas and New Year
23.12.2019

Gold prices rise with demand ahead of Christmas and New Year Gold prices rose Monday morning in Asia as investors opted for the saf-haven asset ahead of Christmas and New Year holidays. U.S. Gold Futures inched up 0.25% to $1,484.55 by 10:59 PM ET (3:59 AM GMT),  recovering after the dollar steadied the day before. […]

Oil prices head to three-month peak after US crude inventories drop
19.12.2019

SINGAPORE-Oil prices edged closer to achieving its third consecutive months of positively ended performance on Thursday, maintaining its momentum which started a week ago. Such followed after records disclosed that US crude inventories plummeted down while output reduction by major producers held supply steady. Brent crude futures swiped out 1 cent to $66.16 per barrel […]

Bank of England to stay on hold as it weighs Brexit outlook
19.12.2019

The Bank of England is looking to pause from making rates decisions as it weighs up Brexit’s outlook on Thursday. Flashes of hopes rose after the recently concluded election favoring a graceful Brexit but Prime Minister Boris Johnson seems to dim the bright outlook as he revives fears of a disorderly exit from the European […]

Fiat Chrysler to merge with Peugeot owner PSA agree in $50 billion deal
18.12.2019

Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot owner PSA have agreed on a binding merger in a deal worth $50 billion to pave the way for the world’s fourth largest car maker. The two companies announced the merger that will reshape the global industry six weeks ago, as car manufacturers worldwide struggle with a decrease in demand. Car […]

EU must avoid cliff-edge in talks with Britain, says senior EU official
18.12.2019

The EU will have to limit discussions about its future relationship with Britain to avoid heading into another cliff-edge, a senior EU official said. This statement came after Britain affirmed its exit from the European Union before 2020 ends. After UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s big election win, he planned to work on declaring the […]

WeWork arranges $1.75 billion credit line with Goldman Sachs
18.12.2019

WeWork arranges $1.75 billion credit line with Goldman Sachs The shared workplace company WeWork said on Tuesday that it has arranged a $1.75 billion letter of credit with Goldman Sachs that is in the process of being syndicated and whose funds will be available in January next year. The move comes in part of SoftBank […]

Japan’s exports slips amid declining U.S., China demand
18.12.2019

Japan’s exports slips amid declining U.S., China demand Japan’s export shrank for its 12th month as shipments to the United States and China declined, severely impacting the country’s trade-reliant economy and raising the risk of a fourth-quarter contraction. Wednesday’s official data showed Japanese exports falling 7.9% year-on-year in November, which was a small decline compared […]

The Sacklers transfer Purdue Pharma’s $10 billion to its other companies
17.12.2019

The Sacklers transfer Purdue Pharma’s $10 billion to its other companies The owners of Purdue Pharma, the Sackler family, transferred more than $10 billion in a decade from the OxyContin maker to its trust and holding companies, according to a New York Times report on Monday, citing the drugmaker’s newly-commissioned audit. The audit is likely […]

UK’s The Hut Group acquires €1 billion to fund expansion
16.12.2019

UK’s The Hut Group acquires €1 billion to fund expansion British online retailer, The Hut Group (THG) said it had raised €1 billion ($1.10 billion) to help fund expansion amid macro-economic and political changes from Brexit and the general election. The new capital of a €600 million term loan, a five-year £150 million ($192.45 million) […]

Factory Activity of Japan drops eight consecutive months in December
16.12.2019

Lower demand and extended output decline dragged Japan’s factory activity shrink to eight consecutive months in December. Fourth-quarter economic contraction looms around Japan’s economic zone. From a 48.9 marker in November, the Jibun Bank Flash Japan Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) dipped to 48.8 (seasonally adjusted). This marks another below the 50.0 threshold level performance, […]

Oil prices hike as OPEC changes 2020 forecast
12.12.2019

TOKYO-Oil clocked in gains on Thursday with market sentiment relieving from anxiety as OPEC changes its 2020 forecast mainly from records disclosing increase in US crude inventories.                 Brent futures LCOc1 climbed 24 cents, equivalent to 0.4% to $63.96 per barrel at exactly 0242 GMT. Such activity followed after 1% loss on Wednesday brought by […]

Australia’s Central Bank sees China slowing down to 3% by 2030
12.12.2019

Australia’s Central Bank sees China slowing down to 3% by 2030 The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) reasoned how China’s economic growth could slow down to around 3% by 2030 as a result of low birth rates, corporate debt, and low productivity. “China’s period of ‘above-normal’ growth is drawing to a close,” the RBA’s Ivan […]

JPMorgan warns emerging market debt trading to increase in 2020
10.12.2019

More developing countries will be hit by debt woes next year, cutting returns for the JPMorgan index of dollar sovereign bonds, according to the bank’s head of emerging markets research. Countries affected by debt crises in 2019 include Lebanon, Argentina, and Venezuela. However, their relatively small part in global bond indexes has meant little contagion […]

Tories likely to win despite hung parliament chances; U.S.-China conflict anew
09.12.2019

According to top 10 analysts, Tories are likely to win the elections. While this is the case, a hung Parliament might still be in the cards due to Conservatives not favored in some parts of the Westminster. Worth noting here are rising allegations related to UK Prime Minister (PM) Boris Johnson that came with his […]

China to remove duties from U.S. pork and soybeans
06.12.2019

China to remove duties from U.S. pork and soybeans China will remove duties from some U.S. exports like pork and soybeans, according to China’s finance ministry on Friday after it cited decisions made by the country’s cabinet. The tariff waivers were based on applications by individual firms for U.S. soybeans and pork imports, the ministry […]

Philippines claims to have alleviated poverty from 6 million Filipinos
06.12.2019

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) said around six million Filipinos rose from poverty as the government continues to beef up spending on social welfare. The statistics agency of the Philippines reported around 17.6 million Filipinos (or 16.6% of the country’s population) were poor in 2018. The figures were compared to that of the 2015 record […]

Huawei sues FCC in a fight for access to U.S. market
05.12.2019

Huawei sues FCC in a fight for access to U.S. markets Huawei Technologies Co. has sued the Federal Communications Commission in a fight to overturn a regulatory decision that would pry Chinese corporations away from its last major American clients. China’s largest technology company said that it had filed the lawsuit with the Fifth Circuit […]

‘Destructive forces’ are trying to sabotage US-China ties, Beijing envoy warns
05.12.2019

Chinese envoy to the United States said that the two parties were resolving issues on the phase one of the trade deal, but warned of other parties trying to meddle in the talks and come in between of the two countries without providing further details. Envoy to the United States Ambassador Cui Tiankai said that […]

Large investor pays $31 million for options hedge against US stock market drop
03.12.2019

The drop in US stocks on Monday urged one investor to fill up on stock options that would serve as a defense against a possible stronger hit on the US stocks next year. In early market on Monday, a large investor purchased 16,000 of January put options for the worth of $31 million dollars. The […]

China seeks NEV sales to hit 25% of all car sales in 2025
03.12.2019

BEIJING/SHANGHAI- China has high hopes that New Energy Vehicle (NEV) sales will scope up a quarter of all car sales in 2025 from a mark of “above 20%’ stated in a 2017 prospectus, the industry ministry said on Tuesday. Chinese market for new energy vehicle, that which offers plug-in hybrids, battery-only electric vehicles, and hydrogen […]

Reserve Bank of Australia keeps rates steady, waits for past cuts to take effect
03.12.2019

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) had its interest rates untouched on Tuesday and said it was waiting for the past three implemented rate cuts to take effect in the sluggish economy. However, markets see the need for more rate cuts to drive more economic activities. The central bank of Australia just concluded its last […]

NIKKEI DROPS ON RECENT TRADE WORRIES, FRAIL US DATA
03.12.2019

TOKYO-Japan’s Nikkei average sunk down on Tuesday as emerging trade worries surfaced after US President imposed tariffs on Brazil and Argentina, while unstable manufacturing records contributed to inactivity. The Nikkei share average plummeted down with 1.46% loss to 23, 186.84 as it marginally reduced decline to 23,278.67 by 0152 GMT, recording 1.07%. The index recuperated […]

CHINA, HK STOCKS SUFFER AS SINO-US TENSION BRINGS MARKET ANXIETY
29.11.2019

SHANGHAI-Hong Kong’s benchmark index plunged down with 2% loss on Friday brought heavily by recent trade dispute headline about US legislation supporting Hong Kong protesters.                 Hang Seng index shed 2% at 26,363.78 points as Hong Kong Enterprises Index inched down with 2.4% loss to 10,309.46. Such inactivity was brought by tensions between the United […]

China Agri-Industries to go private for up to $1.2 billion
28.11.2019

China Agri-Industries to go private for up to $1.2 billion China Agri-Industries Holdings Ltd’s parent company will be taken private in a deal worth around HK$9.17 billion according to a filing that was published on Thursday. According to the trading arm of the Chinese state-owned food group COFCO, the cancellation price was HK$4.25 which was […]

Bitcoin slows down, posts six-month low
27.11.2019

Bitcoin’s price on Monday dropped in the middle of its rally to recovery. It posted $6,558 at 1:00 a.m. EST, its lowest rate in six months. The biggest cryptocurrency, however, showed resiliency as it reached $7,100 hours after hitting a six-month low on Monday. Bitcoin last peaked on July 9 and since then, its prices […]

Japanese stocks maintain momentum on trade optimism; fiscal stimulus
27.11.2019

TOKYO-Japanese stocks extended its positive performance reaching its fourth consecutive high on Wednesday as optimism increased for the possibility of United States and China settling the ‘phase one’ of the trade pact. At exactly 0148 GMT, Nikkei index soared up with 0.38% gains at 23,462.22 with automakers and retailers leading the top gainer board in […]

U.S. securities regulator proposes new rules on use of derivatives in exchange traded funds
26.11.2019

U.S. securities regulator proposes new rules on use of derivatives in exchange traded funds The U.S. securities regulator on Monday proposed new regulations for the use of derivatives by investment funds. This aimed to introduce some safeguards for more risky products and increase competition. The proposal from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which is […]

Taiwan plans to buy more US goods, acts to bust currency manipulator claims
26.11.2019

The central bank of Taiwan and the Ministry of Economic Affairs have prepared specific actions to bid for bigger U.S. goods purchases to reduce its trade surplus. More so, Taiwan seeks to disprove U.S.’ claims being a currency manipulator. Taiwan was called out by the U.S. as a currency manipulator back in December 1992. This […]

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS HIKE UP FROM WESTPAC, OIL PRICES; NZ SOARS
26.11.2019

Australian shares acquired gains on Monday as China-US trade deal optimism brought market enthusiasm while Westpac Banking Corp snapped four sessions of consecutive lows following the resignation of lender’s chief executive. The S&P/ASX 200 index inched up with 0.8 gains, equivalent to 52.50 points to 6,783.90 by 1243 GMT. Such hike followed after its 0.3% […]

HP rejects Xerox takeover bid again
25.11.2019

HP Inc again reiterated that it would reject Xerox’s offer to buy the company for the value of $33.5 billion for cash and stock. In addition to this, HP Inc said the offer “significantly undervalues HP.” The computer manufacturer said that it rebuffed Xerox’s proposal but opened the bid for exploration. Xerox offered $22 per […]

Gold prices drop as the U.S. and China close in on trade deal
18.11.2019

Gold prices drop as the U.S. and China close in on trade deal Gold prices fell on Monday after speculation spread that Washington and Beijing would soon sign a partial trade deal. Gold Futures for December delivery inched down 0.2% to $1,466.25by 12:30 AM ET (04:30 GMT). The improved investor sentiment was claimed as headwind […]

Jumbo Interactive jumps 192% this year as online lottery tickets reach peak popularity
15.11.2019

Jumbo Interactive jumps 192% this year as online lottery tickets reach peak popularity Australian digital reseller Jumbo Interactive Ltd jumped up 192% this year as online purchases of online lottery tickets increased, Bloomberg said in a report on Friday. The company’s CEO Mike Veverka said in a phone interview that Jumbo aims to triple its […]

RUSSIA TO REDUCE US DOLLAR SHARE IN NATIONAL WEALTH FUND
13.11.2019

MOSCOW-Russia planned to cut the share of US dollar in its National Wealth Fund as it is currently eyeing on investing in other foreign currencies including Chinese Yuan, Russian Deputy Finance Minister Vladimir Kolychev said on Wednesday. The changes to the structure of the National Wealth Fund, which is part of Russia’s sovereign reserves, will […]

Alibaba plans to launch $15 billion Hong Kong share sale
13.11.2019

China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is set to launch a Hong Kong share sale that is anticipated to raise $15 Billion as early as Thursday, according to the two sources knowledgeable of the discussions. As Alibaba executives prepare for the launch on Thursday, the sources said that the timing could get lost considering the developments […]

NIKKEI INCHES LOWER AS TRUMP SPEECH, HK’S POLITICAL UNREST BRING ANXIETY
13.11.2019

TOKYO- Japanese shares sunk lower on Wednesday after US President Donald Trump’s speech brought disappointment to investors as he disclosed very little information about the trade deal. In line with this, Hong Kong’s political unrest contributed to Nikkei’s underperformance as the city faced increased case of violence. The Nikkei shares plummeted with 0.85% to 23,319.87, […]

Hong Kong regulator fines UBS $51 million for overcharging clients
11.11.2019

Hong Kong regulator fines UBS $51 million for overcharging clients Swiss Bank UBS was fined HK$400 million ($51.09 million) by Hong Kong’s securities regulator for overcharging around 5,000 clients for the past decade. The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) said in a statement that an investigation revealed that UBS had been overcharging clients […]

Trump says trade talks with China are doing well, stresses deal has to be great
11.11.2019

“I’d like to make a deal, but it’s got to be the right deal.” This is what U.S. President Donald Trump said in light of the ongoing negotiations between his country and China to seal a trade deal and eventually end the trade disputes between the two powerhouse countries. “The trade talks with China are […]

Brexit: a chaotic European affair
09.11.2019

Brexit: a chaotic European affair Economic losses abound the British territory due to Brexit’s delayed and un-welcomed stay. The U.K. Judiciary is about to be pushed “off-its-trolly” with its constant debate regarding the great divorce’s validity. The suspension of the House of Commons by PM Boris Johnson himself had already exceeded a month. And against […]

Boris Johnson vows to issue Post-Brexit Visas for Doctors, Nurses
08.11.2019

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced plans for issuing special visas to aid the U.K.’s National Health Service to hire doctors and nurses coming from different countries after Brexit. A new points-based immigration system will be formed by the National Health Service of Britain which will be introduced right after the U.K. departs from the […]

PM Shinzo Abe asks cabinet to prepare measures to support economy
08.11.2019

Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister, ordered his cabinet to design a package of stimulus measures to beef up the economy and build infrastructure to cope with large natural disasters, according to a Japanese government spokesman. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said the package will include steps to promote investment for growth through the aggressive use […]

Washington and Beijing agree to retract existing tariffs
08.11.2019

Washington and Beijing agree to retract existing tariffs Washington and Beijing had both agreed to retract existing tariffs on each sides’ goods on Friday. Gao Feng, spokesperson for China’s Commerce Ministry said that “both sides should undo existing additional tariffs in the same proportion to reach phase one deal, and that is an important condition […]

Bank of England to retain interest rate level in pre-election meeting
07.11.2019

The Bank of England signals to keep interest rates steady on Thursday as the snap election on Dec. 12 draws near. Governor Mark Carney though is not giving an explicit answer as to where interest rates are going in the next couple of weeks. “It’s all about nuance and emphasis,” Philip Shaw, Investec economist said. […]

TikTok denies ties with China, U.S. lawmakers unconvinced
06.11.2019

Social media app TikTok reiterated its independence from China as stressed on its letter sent to the U.S. lawmakers but failed to convince Senator Josh Hawley who spearheaded the hearing session on Tuesday on the security of U.S. citizens’ personal data. ByteDance Ltd, which runs TikTok is a Chinese-based company that sent a letter to […]

Gold prices recover after a 2% fall as economic reports ease fears
06.11.2019

Gold prices recover after a 2% fall as economic reports ease fears Gold prices recovered on Wednesday after a 2% fall in the previous sessions as traders embraced risk after the latest news in trade. U.S. Gold Futures went up 0.2% to $1.486.95 by 12:30 AM ET (04:30 GMT). Various news outlets reported within the […]

China woos Trump to remove tariffs through phase 1 trade deal
05.11.2019

The “Phase One” of the U.S.-China trade deal has it that the Chinese government is pushing U.S. President Donald Trump to erase imposed tariffs in September. One of the highlights of the trade deal that will be signed by Chinese President Xi Jinping and Donald Trump is the inclusion of the White House’s abolishing tariffs […]

Japan’s  Rakuten expects a $947 million loss in U.S. Lyft investment in latest quarter
05.11.2019

Japan’s Rakuten expects a $947 million loss in U.S. Lyft investment in latest quarter Japan’s Rakuten Inc. said on Tuesday that it would be expecting to take a 103 billion yen ($947 million) in losses in the latest quarter over its investment in U.S. ride-hailing firm, Lyft Inc. As of date, Rakuten is the biggest […]

Autos, mining gains drive European shares upsurge
04.11.2019

European shares strongly began its weekly session on Monday as gains from automakers and miners fueled the upsurge while US-China trade talks brought optimism. The Pan-European STOXX 600 index soared at 0.5% reaching its highest index tally since January 2018. The United States and China disclosed that they made laudable progress primarily focusing on ending […]

Washington retracts duties from various Indonesian products
30.10.2019

Washington retracts duties from various Indonesian products The United States has removed tariffs from various Indonesian products under a privileged trade facility. This is a part of the ongoing trade negotiations between the two countries, Indonesian officials said. In a report from the Indonesian trade ministry, the office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) […]

Sino-U.S. Trade Hopes rally Asian stocks
28.10.2019

Sino-U.S. Trade Hopes rally Asian stocks Asian stocks rallied on Monday’s morning trade as China and the U.S. seemed close to agreeing on a “phase one” trade deal. The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) said on the weekend that Beijing and Washington were close to signing a partial trade deal. “They made headway […]

European shares dip as Brexit talks continue
16.10.2019

European shares dip as Brexit talks continue European shares dipped on Wednesday as uncertainty over the outcome of London’s last-ditch Brexit talks with Brussels kept investors on the sidelines. Brexit negotiations will resume in Brussels on Wednesday morning after “constructive” discussions went into the night on Tuesday, a British spokesman said. Britain’s domestically-focused midcaps slipped […]

No-Deal Brexit could cost Ireland 73,000 jobs; central bank says
11.10.2019

No-Deal Brexit could cost Ireland 73,000 jobs; central bank says A no-deal Brexit could cost Ireland more than 73,000 jobs over the next two years, the nation’s central bank said. According to the bank’s speculations, if the U.K. were to leave the European Union without an agreement, Ireland’s unemployment rate would rise to 5.8% in […]

Exxon Mobil to sell Malaysian offshore assets worth $3 billion; Bloomberg reports
09.10.2019

Exxon Mobil to sell Malaysian offshore assets worth $3 billion; Bloomberg reports U.S. energy giant Exxon Mobil is considering a sale of its Malaysian offshore assets for up to $3 billion, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday. Exxon is said to be working with advisers on the potential sale which could raise about $2 billion to $3 […]

China-made smartphone now worth $4 Billion
26.09.2019

China-made smartphone now worth $4 Billion Chinese smartphone maker Transsion has raised nearly $400 million in an IPO on China’s new, tech-focused stock market. On Wednesday the Shenzhen-based company said in a stock market filing that it sold 80 million in shares for 35.15 Yuan ($4.93) each, raising 2.81 billion Yuan ($395 million) The share […]

Monzo closes premium accounts to new customers
26.09.2019

Monzo closes premium accounts to new customers Monzo, the digital bank, has closed its fee-charging premium subscription to new customers after five months of launch and is also offering refunds to those who signed up. Following criticism by customers, the app-based bank said that its Monzo Plus service wasn’t “the best it could be” and […]

Top investors warn markets might face risks over lax climate forecast
23.09.2019

Top investors warn markets might face risks over lax climate forecast Financial markets risk major disruptions by relying on forecasts that underestimate the impact of climate-change policies that are expected to abruptly tighten the next decade, a leading group of investors had warned. The report made by the U.N.-backed Principles of Responsible Investing (PRI), representing […]

U.S., Chinese trade talks commence in Washington despite differences
19.09.2019

U.S., Chinese trade talks commence in Washington despite differences U.S. and Chinese trade deputies were set to resume face-to-face trade talks on Thursday after the two of the world’s largest economies attempted to bridge deep policy differences and find a way out of a bitter and already-prolonged trade war. The negotiations scheduled for Thursday and […]

Cash spending overtaken by credit cards for the first time
19.09.2019

Cash spending overtaken by credit cards for the first time Credit card spending has taken over cash for the first time, according to data from UK retailers, demoting notes and coins to the third most popular method of payment. The figures come from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) – whose members are responsible for £180bn […]

U.S.-China Trade Talks to commence on Thursday
17.09.2019

U.S.-China Trade Talks to commence on Thursday Deputy-level U.S.-China Trade Talks are scheduled to commence in Washington on Thursday, U.S. Trade Representative’s (UTSR) office said, paving the way for high-level talks in October aimed to resolve a bitter, 14-month trade war. However, a UTSR spokesman had not offered any more details about the deputy-level talks. […]

France to block Facebook’s Libra in Europe
17.09.2019

France to block Facebook’s Libra in EuropeFrance has said that it will block the development of Facebook’s cryptocurrency, the Libra in Europe, dealing a fresh blow to the cryptotrade industry. The French finance minister, Bruno Le Maire said that plans for Libra could not move ahead until concerns over consumer risk and the governments’ monetary […]

UK businesses unprepared for a no-deal Brexit; BCC warns
16.09.2019

UK businesses unprepared for a no-deal Brexit; BCC warns The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) warned that a “concerningly high number” of UK businesses were unprepared for a no-deal Brexit after a research showed that more than two-fifths of British companies had not conducted a Brexit risk assessment. Parliament moved closer to obstructing a no-deal […]

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