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Wrightbus goes into administration, risking 1,400 jobs

Wrightbus goes into administration, risking 1,400 jobs Wrightbus, maker of the revived Routemaster bus and one of Northern Ireland’s biggest employers has collapsed into administration, putting 1,400 jobs at risk. The failure of Wrightbus ...
25.09.2019

Depositors panic over RBI’s takeover of major co-operative bank

Depositors panic over RBI’s takeover of major co-operative bank The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) move to take charge of one of the country’s top co-operative banks has left thousands of depositors in the lurch. In effect, ...
25.09.2019

Sibanye-Stilwater to cut over 5,000 jobs in Marikana restructuring

Sibanye-Stilwater to cut over 5,000 jobs in Marikana restructuring South African miner, Sibanye-Stilwater said on Wednesday that it could cut around 5,270 jobs in order to restructure its loss-making Marikana mine. Sibanye said that the aim ...
25.09.2019

U.S.-Japan trade deal hits last-minute setback on auto tariffs

A U.S.-Japan trade deal hit a last-minute setback as Tokyo officials sought assurances that the Trump administration will not impose national security tariffs on Japanese-built cars and auto parts, sources familiar with the talks said on Monday. U.S. ...
24.09.2019

Cryptocurrencies fall after the lackluster launch of a futures contract

Bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies fell in Asia after a lackluster launch of the Bitcoin futures contract. Bitcoin lost 2.6% to $9,733.7 by 1:20 AM ET (05:20 GMT). The digital coin climbed higher earlier in the day following the official ...
24.09.2019

German manufacturing shrinks amid Brexit and global trade disputes

The Eurozone came close to stalling in September after global trade disputes and the threat of a no-deal Brexit triggered the fastest fall in manufacturing output in nearly seven years. Germany was the main cause of the slowdown following a ...
24.09.2019

France to block Facebook’s Libra in Europe

France to block Facebook’s Libra in Europe France 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 ...
24.09.2019

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

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 ...
24.09.2019

UAE warns Saudi Aramco attacks can dangerously escalate

UAE warns Saudi Aramco attacks can dangerously escalate The attacks carried out on Saudi Arabian oil plants are a dangerous escalation and the international community should stand by Riyadh to ensure regional stability, a senior United Arab ...
24.09.2019

KPMG forecasts no-deal Brexit recession in 2020

KPMG forecasts no-deal Brexit recession in 2020 Britain could plunge into its first recession in a decade should the government quit the EU without a deal, according to the latest in a string of gloomy forecasts made by the Bank of England ...
24.09.2019

Britain hopes for trade deal with Australia after Brexit

Britain hopes for trade deal with Australia after Brexit Britain’s Trade Minister Liz Truss said on Wednesday she expects to complete a wide-ranging trade deal with Australia within months of exiting the European Union. In efforts to ...
24.09.2019

Dollar sits at seven-week high vs Yen ahead of Fed meeting

Dollar sits at seven-week high vs Yen ahead of Fed meeting The dollar held near a seven-week high against the Japanese yen on Wednesday before the outcome of a Federal Reserve meeting where officials are widely expected to cut interest rates ...
24.09.2019

Britain to investigate $5 billion purchase of Cobham

Britain to investigate $5 billion purchase of Cobham Britain will investigate national security impacts of the purchase of defense company Cobham by U.S. private equity firm Advent International, which would potentially delay or block the $5 ...
24.09.2019

Asian Shares slips as U.S.-China Trade Talks continue

Asian Shares slips as U.S.-China Trade Talks continue Asian share markets slipped on Monday as investors waited for more clarity on U.S.-China trade talks. Market sentiment remained fragile with civil unrest in Hong Kong, tensions in the Middle ...
24.09.2019

UK PM Johnson warns no Brexit breakthrough in New York

UK PM Johnson warns no Brexit breakthrough in New York British Prime Minister Boris Johnson cautioned that there would be no Brexit breakthrough at talks with European leaders in New York as gaps remained though also saying significant progress ...
24.09.2019

Top investors warn markets might face risks over lax climate forecast

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, ...
24.09.2019

Bitcoin Climbs as Intercontinental Exchange Debuts Future Contracts

Bitcoin Climbs as Intercontinental Exchange Debuts Future Contracts Bitcoin prices climbed in Asia as Bakkt’s much anticipated Bitcoin futures trading has officially launched on the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). Bakkt, the Bitcoin ...
24.09.2019

Oman not in talks with Gulf countries for Financial Aid

Oman not in talks with Gulf countries for Financial Aid Oman was not present in discussions among the Gulf countries for any aid package, an official said, despite a large fiscal deficit and the expectation of a slowdown in economic growth ...
24.09.2019

India gives companies $20.5 billion tax break to attempt growth revival

India gives companies $20.5 billion tax break to try to revive growth India’s government slashed corporate taxes giving a surprise $20.5 billion break at reviving private investments and lifting growth from a six-year low that has caused ...
20.09.2019

Bank of Japan hopes new phrase will keep bullish yen at bay

Bank of Japan hopes new phrase will keep bullish yen at bay By adding vague new language to its latest policy statement, the Bank of Japan is hoping to keep unwanted sharp gains in the Yen in check, without having to its depleted policy tool-kit ...
20.09.2019
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