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21/10 The U.S government issued a rare public warning that sophisticated hackers are targeting energy and industrial firms, the latest sign that cyber attacks present an increasing threat to the power industry and other public infrastructure.  Full story
20/10 South Africa's rand weakened on Friday, pressured by a firmer dollar and underperforming emerging market peers as speculation that President Jacob Zuma may axe his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa weighed on sentiment.  Full story
21/10 Czechs voted to hand power to billionaire businessman Andrej Babis, whose anti-establishment rhetoric has convinced many he can fix the EU country's problems, from graft to transportation.  Full story
20/10 South Africa's rand weakened on Friday, pressured by a firmer dollar and underperforming emerging market peers as speculation that President Jacob Zuma may axe his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa weighed on sentiment.  Full story
17/10 South African government bonds weakened and the rand extended losses against the dollar on Tuesday after President Jacob Zuma reshuffled his cabinet and the weekly bond auction failed to attract strong demand.  Full story
19/10 South Africa's government has named Johannes Bhekumuzi Magwaza as chairman of loss-making state-owned airline South African Airways (SAA), replacing Dudu Myeni, who was an ally of President Jacob Zuma, the finance minister said on Thursday.  Full story
20/10 South African construction company Group Five let a 1.6 billion-rand ($116 million) offer from Greenbay Properties for some of its assets lapse at 1500 GMT, Group Five said on Friday, causing its shares to. . .  Full story
20/10 Brainworks released their maiden interim results, therefore there are no comparable figures. Revenue for the period came in at USD24.2 million, gross profit was USD16.5 million), loss attributable to owners of. . .  Full story
20/10 Revenue for the interim period increased to R22.5 million (2016: R21.8 million), loss for the period soared to R5.7 million (2016: loss of R2.3 million), while headline loss per share worsened. . .  Full story
20/10 South African construction firm Group Five said on Friday it will allow a 1.6 billion rand ($116 million) offer from Greenbay Properties to lapse at 1500 GMT, sending it's shares down. . .  Full story
20/10 South Africa's rand weakened on Friday, pressured by a firmer dollar and underperforming emerging market peers as speculation that President Jacob Zuma may axe his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa weighed on sentiment.. . .  Full story
21/10 Czechs voted to hand power to billionaire businessman Andrej Babis, whose anti-establishment rhetoric has convinced many he can fix the EU country's problems, from graft to transportation.. . .  Full story
21/10 French state-controlled power utility EDF has delayed the restart of its 900-megawatt (MW) St. Laurent 2 nuclear reactor by five days until Nov. 2, a notice on power grid operator RTE's website showed on. . .  Full story
21/10 The Czech centre-right Civic Democrats (ODS), which finished second in this weekend's election, will not take part in any government coalition with the victorious ANO party, ODS chief Petr Fiala told reporters on Saturday.. . .  Full story
21/10 Croatia's state prosecutor has issued an arrest warrant for Ivica Todoric, the founder of troubled food and retail conglomerate Agrokor who is under investigation along with other top managers for alleged financial irregularities at the. . .  Full story
21/10 Czech billionaire businessman Andrej Babis's ANO party held a nearly 20-point lead in a parliamentary election on Saturday, giving his party an almost unassailable position in talks to form the next government.. . .  Full story
20/10 Bitcoin surged to a record high of more than $6,000 on Friday, pushing its market capitalization to $100 billion at one point, as investors continued to bet on an asset that has a limited supply and has paved the way for a whole slew of crypto-currencies.  Full story
12/10 The global crude surplus that caused a price rout has largely been absorbed, resulting in higher crude prices, Gary Ross, founder of PIRA Energy and head of Global Oil Analytics for S&P Global Platts, said on Thursday.  Full story
29/09 Having enjoyed a blisteringly hot summer quarter, emerging markets are heading for one of their best years on record - as long as the dollar and global borrowing costs do not rise much further before the end of 2017.  Full story
29/09 World stocks have gained for sixth straight quarters to chalk up their best run since 1997, while a 20 percent rebound in oil has turned around one of its worst starts to a year on record.  Full story
24/09 The New Zealand dollar fell in early Asian trading on Monday after no single party won a majority in an election over the weekend, leaving investors facing a period of political uncertainty.  Full story
20/10 South Africa's rand weakened sharply on Friday and government bonds sold off, as speculation that President Jacob Zuma may axe his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa added to a climate of political uncertainty that has unnerved investors.. . .  Full story
19/10 Dangote Cement is still interested in acquiring South African rival PPC and would do a deal at the right price, its outgoing chief executive officer Onne van der Weijde said on Thursday.. . .  Full story
19/10 South Africa's rand firmed on Thursday, snapping a three-day losing streak, helped by some investors taking profits from the dollar's recent rally and short covering triggered by the currency approaching technical support levels.. . .  Full story
19/10 South Africa's Anglogold Ashanti is to sell two gold mines for a total $307 million in the latest retreat from a sector which is in a state of steep decline.. . .  Full story
19/10 South African platinum producer Royal Bafokeng Platinum said on Thursday it was dropping the services of contractor JIC Mining Services, majority by Oakbay Investments, the main company operated by the Gupta family.. . .  Full story
21/10 The U.S government issued a rare public warning that sophisticated hackers are targeting energy and industrial firms, the latest sign that cyber attacks present an increasing threat to the power industry and other public infrastructure.. . .  Full story
21/10 Turkey's banking regulator urged the public on Saturday to ignore rumours about financial institutions, in an apparent dismissal of a report that some Turkish banks face billions of dollars of U.S. fines over alleged violations. . .  Full story
21/10 Turkey's BDDK banking regulator urged the public on Saturday to ignore rumours about financial institutions, saying Turkey's banks were functioning well.. . .  Full story
21/10 Iraq said on Saturday it was increasing oil exports from the southern Basra region by 200,000 barrels per day to make up for a shortfall from the northern Kirkuk fields.. . .  Full story
21/10 Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan discussed an upcoming meeting of the Astana process on the Syrian conflict in the Kazakh capital in late October, the Kremlin said on Saturday.. . .  Full story
21/10 The Czech centre-left Social Democrats are prepared to consider participating in the next cabinet but will not join a government that includes politicians facing criminal charges, the party's acting leader Milan Chovanec said on Saturday.. . .  Full story
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21/10 European Union countries still outside the euro zone should take part in euro zone reform preparations to show the unity of the bloc and the importance of the currency, the chairman of EU leaders. . .  Full story
20/10 The Canadian dollar suffered its biggest drop in nine months against the greenback on Friday, after domestic data showing a drop in retail sales added to expectations that the Bank of Canada will leave. . .  Full story
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20/10 Namibia said on Friday that local home owners listed with U.S. short-term rental service Airbnb Inc risk imprisonment if they fail to register with the tourism regulatory body before the end of this year.. . .  Full story
19/10 Nigeria has revised down its forecast for 2017 economic growth to 1.5 percent from 2.19 percent, according to a document seen by Reuters on Thursday.. . .  Full story
19/10 A wave of attacks in Malawi against people accused of vampirism has spread to its second-biggest city of Blantyre, where vigilante mobs killed two people, police said on Thursday.. . .  Full story
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21/10 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Iraqi counterpart Ibrahim al-Jaafari will meet in Moscow on Oct. 23 to discuss the situation in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region, Russia's foreign ministry said in a statement on. . .  Full story
21/10 Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih made a high profile visit to Iraq on Saturday, calling for increased economic cooperation and praising existing coordination to boost crude oil prices.. . .  Full story
21/10 The global oil market is improving and stabilising, Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih said in Baghdad on Saturday.. . .  Full story
21/10 Russia will allow imports of 50,000 tonnes of Turkish tomatoes from November 1, one month ahead of the original plan, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said after a meeting of the Russian-Turkish intergovernmental commission on. . .  Full story
21/10 German airline Air Berlin is demanding damages from its part-owner Etihad Airways for letting it become insolvent and it hopes for payment of at least 10 million euros ($11.8 million), Air Berlin's administrator told a. . .  Full story
04h15 China's unemployment rate has hit its lowest rate in multiple years at 3.95 percent by the end of September, the ministry of human resources and social security said in a statement on Sunday.  Full story
03h53 Japanese voters deliver their verdict on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's nearly five years in power in an election on Sunday that will determine if he has the clout to push ahead with his cherished goal of revising the post-war, pacifist constitution.  Full story
03h26 Women coming into Australia's workforce provide the answer to an economic puzzle that analysts and policymakers alike have been struggling to solve this year.  Full story
01h01 The number of profit warnings issued by British companies jumped to 75 in the third quarter, the biggest quarterly rise in almost six years as economic pressures weighed on retailers and support service companies, business services group EY said on Sunday.  Full story
00h21 The manager of state oil company Petroamazonas defended Ecuador’s plans to expand exploitation of major oil reserves in one of the world's most species-diverse rainforests, saying it will ensure minimum environmental impact and use appropriate technology.  Full story
20/10 After raging over the southern United States and Puerto Rico, remnants of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria are now dampening U.S. corporate profits.  Full story


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