World stocks slipped back towards three-week lows on Tuesday, on ongoing concerns over the trade dispute between Washington and Beijing, while the pound hovered near a five-week high on hopes of a UK-EU deal over Brexit.
Consumer goods giant Unilever laid out details on Tuesday for the planned December listing of its new Dutch entity, which has sparked criticism from some UK shareholders and become swept up in the debate over Brexit.
Work on underground electrical system that will transport power has commenced.
To keep things going, the Fed should not increase interest rates faster than the market expects, says the Bridgewater Associates founder.
Nomura Instinet lowers its rating to neutral from buy for Tesla shares, citing concerns CEO Elon Musk’s actions may hurt the company’s brand.
Rebecca Messina will be tasked with bringing Uber’s global marketing teams together, the company said in an online statement. “My focus has always been on three things: people, growth and brands.”
ING Groep’s Chief Financial Officer is to step down amid a public backlash after the Dutch bank admitted last week it had failed for years to prevent money laundering and agreed to a 775 million euro ($900 million) settlement with prosecutors.
Microsoft is giving Office 2016 a reprieve of sorts, saying that the one-time-purchase suite will be allowed to connect to Microsoft’s online services for three more years than ruled earlier.In April 2017, Microsoft proclaimed that applications prov…
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index continued its decline into bear territory on Tuesday, as some analysts warned that the trend could persist.
Diane Han is trying to leave the Las Vegas of her childhood behind.
China will ask the World Trade Organization (WTO) next week for permission to impose sanctions on the United States, for Washington’s non-compliance with a ruling in a dispute over U.S. dumping duties, a meeting agenda showed on Tuesday.
Chinese internet company NetEase said on Tuesday it would stop updating its finance website from today to rectify what it called “irregular practices” and conduct a “comprehensive correction.”
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A spat between the U.S. and Turkey and some surprising moves by the Turkish central bank has led to a sharp sell-off in the Turkish lira this summer.
Hopes of a UK-EU deal over Brexit kept the British pound near five-week highs on Tuesday, helping lighten the mood in Europe even though the ongoing trade dispute between Washington and Beijing kept world stocks trading just off three-week lows.
China will reportedly seek permission from the World Trade Organization (WTO) to impose sanctions on the U.S. next week, amid an escalating trade war between the world’s two largest economies.
Tesla is ditching two color options for its luxury electric cars, "obsidian black" and "metallic silver," CEO Elon Musk tweeted.
Mondelez International Inc , the owner of Cadbury brand, is stockpiling ingredients, chocolates and biscuits in case of a no-deal Brexit, the Times reported https://bit.ly/2MjCYjJ on Tuesday, citing the president of Mondelez’s European division.
China’s largest e-commerce firm, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, has ceded control of its Russian business to form a new venture with a state fund and two technology firms, hoping that access to their consumer base with help boost its development.
One of the world’s largest bakery companies, Aryzta, has agreed an underwriting deal with five banks, setting the stage for raising 800 million euros ($928.48 million) in new capital to strengthen its balance sheet.
Cisco would have to deal with a potential new round of trade tariffs through its pricing, the company’s chairman and CEO told CNBC.
China’s indexes reached an all-time high in 2007 but came close to that record during the mid point of the current decade.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd opened its biggest mobile store in the world in India on Tuesday as it tries to take pole position in the world’s second-biggest smartphone market amid fierce competition from Chinese brands.
“We’re now sliding along a scale where we will have 10, 20 years more of cooperative breakdown,” says economics professor Tyler Cowen, of the ongoing trade tensions.
China’s largest e-commerce firm, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, has set up a joint venture with the Russian Direct Investment Fund, mobile operator Megafon and internet group Mail.ru, the companies said on Tuesday.
Chinese internet company Netease said on Tuesday it would stop updating its finance website from today to rectify what it called “irregular practices” and conduct a “comprehensive correction.”