An employee counts Indian currency notes at a cash counter inside a bank in Kolkata. Reuters
European and Asian stocks unravelled Friday, resuming a midweek slump, with investors spooked by a ratcheting up of trade war clouds after US President Donald Trump announced tariffs on all Mexican imports.
Indian shares hit a record high on Monday after exit polls from the country’s marathon election indicated a new term for Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi. While opposition parties refused to concede and the country faces a nerve-jangling three day wait until the official count begins,
A broad index of stocks around the world edged higher on Thursday as comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell bolstered expectations for an interest-rate cut, though concerns about global trade tensions capped gains.
European shares extended losses early on Monday from the biggest weekly slump this year as the U.S.-China deadlock quelled hopes that the two largest economies will be able to resolve their trade dispute anytime soon. The STOXX 600 index dropped 0.5 per cent by 0855 GMT to hit 7-month lows.
Thyssenkrupp has received bids from at least three major bidding groups for a majority stake in Thyssenkrupp’s elevator business, four people familiar with the matter said.
The Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development (KFED) recently received a delegation from the Chechen Republic at its headquarters in Abu Dhabi. The delegation was in the UAE
Indonesia will not approve the return of the Boeing Co 737 MAX to its skies until after aviation regulators in the United States, Europe, Brazil, Canada and China