20/10 Acacia Mining said it could not immediately pay the $300 million that its majority shareholder agreed to hand the government of Tanzania to settle a dispute that has crippled the company‚Äôs operations in the east African country.  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
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 Saturday.  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
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21/10 Czech centre-left Social Democrats, who head the outgoing three-party coalition government, will not lead talks on forming a new administration after being trounced in this weekend's election, news agency CTK quoted acting party chief Milan. . .  Full story
21/10 Iraq may offer Chevron and Total terms to develop the Majnoon oilfield different from those it had given to Royal Dutch Shell, Iraqi Oil Minister Jabar al-Luaibi said on Saturday.. . .  Full story
21/10 Iraqi oil minister Jabar al-Luaibi said he had sought clarifications from Russia's biggest oil company Rosneft about contracts it signed with the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.. . .  Full story
21/10 Storm Brian battered towns in Ireland and along the western coast of England and Wales on Saturday, with gusts and high seas causing heavy damage to buildings.. . .  Full story
20/10 Rating agency S&P Global affirmed Poland's rating at BBB+ with a stable outlook on Friday, as expected, saying the decision balanced the risks of the economy becoming overheated against the country's solid economic fundamentals.. . .  Full story
20/10 A deal giving Airbus SE a controlling stake in Bombardier Inc's CSeries jets should lead to extra work for the Canadian planemaker's factory in Northern Ireland, UK Business Secretary Greg Clark said on Friday after. . .  Full story
20/10 Barrick Gold said on Friday a proposed mining settlement it negotiated with Tanzania for its Acacia Mining. . .  Full story
20/10 Oil prices were up slightly on Friday in see-saw trade, ending the week up on support from a sharp decline in Iraqi crude exports due to tensions in the Kurdistan region after contending with. . .  Full story
20/10 Activist investor RBR Capital Advisors wants to expand its stake in Credit Suisse to 1 billion Swiss francs ($1 billion), as the hedge fund pushes to spin off the Swiss lender's investment bank and. . .  Full story
20/10 Gold prices fell on Friday after the U.S. Senate approved a budget blueprint that paves the way for tax cuts, causing stocks, the dollar and bond yields to rise. The. . .  Full story
20/10 A majority of Ryanair pilots at its largest base have rejected management's offer of improved pay and conditions, the airline said on Friday, dealing a blow to its efforts to address a recent. . .  Full story
20/10 Czechs voted on Friday in an election expected to hand power to businessman Andrej Babis who has won popular support by pledging to sweep aside traditional parties, boost investment and keep out refugees, but. . .  Full story
20/10 The world's top two oilfield service firms on Friday warned slower producer spending and weakness in offshore exploration may weigh on current-quarter earnings, but said activity could improve in the longer term as the. . .  Full story
20/10 The U.S. oil rig count fell for a third week in a row, extending a two-month drilling decline, although producers have sharply ramped up bets against a fall in oil prices, which could spur. . .  Full story
20/10 The works council of Tata Steel Netherlands said on Friday it opposed preliminary plans by Tata Steel and Thyssenkrupp to combine their European steelmaking operations into a joint venture (JV) and would fight to. . .  Full story
20/10 Spanish utility Iberdrola used its influence to change the management of Siemens Gamesa on Friday after the wind-power joint venture suffered two profit warnings in less than three months.. . .  Full story
20/10 Nickel prices hit a six-week high on Friday, helped by expectations that market deficits will widen in the future, while copper gained on an optimism demand will grow in top consumer China.. . .  Full story
20/10 Ericsson and Volvo led European shares higher on Friday with well-received earnings reports during a session where financials and tech stocks also outperformed.. . .  Full story
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20/10 Britain's FTSE closed up 0.2 percent on Friday as sterling bounced back on hopes of a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations, and consumer heavyweights Unilever and Reckitt Benckiser weighed down an index that was earlier lifted. . .  Full story
20/10 France will provide 15 million euros ($17.65 million) in aid for areas liberated by the U.S.-led coalition from Islamic State in Syria, its foreign minister said on Friday.. . .  Full story
20/10 Venezuela's state-run petroleum firm PDVSA has been barred from using a NuStar Energy oil storage terminal in the Caribbean over $26 million in unpaid bills, according to documents reviewed by Reuters, halting delivery of a. . .  Full story
20/10 Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili on Friday reluctantly signed into law a new constitution that will do away with direct election for president and switch to a system of proportional representation in parliament.. . .  Full story
20/10 Lufthansa's budget airline Eurowings will offer steep discounts to holidaymakers left stranded abroad after insolvent Air Berlin stops flying next week, Eurowings' chief executive said on Friday.. . .  Full story
20/10 The European Commission launched an investigation on Friday into the import of electronic bikes, or e-bikes, from China, prompting Beijing to warn Europe not to slip into protectionism.. . .  Full story
20/10 PSA Group Chief Executive Carlos Tavares has signalled possible cost cuts at its Opel unit, noting in a newspaper interview that production costs were at least 50 percent higher than at the company's French factories.. . .  Full story
20/10 A Belgian-based businessman on Friday challenged Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe's accusation that he duped her of a $1.35 million diamond ring and asked her to provide the court with evidence to back her lawsuit.. . .  Full story
20/10 Malaysia Airlines Berhad has appointed Izham Ismail as group chief executive officer designate, replacing Peter Bellew, who quit to join Ryanair after a little more than a year in the job.. . .  Full story

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