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07h53 Thailand's headline consumer
price index (CPI) fell a smaller than expected 0.98% in July
from a year earlier as food prices increased and domestic
activity resumed after the easing of coronavirus curbs, the
commerce ministry said on Thursday.
05/08 Telecom Italia (TIM) will
stick to its plan to sell a minority stake in its last-mile grid
even if a broader deal to create a single broadband network
fails to materialise by the end of August, the head of Italy's
biggest phone group said.
09h59 Mining companies need more skilled engineers if they are to meet strict new global safety standards for tailings dams aimed at preventing catastrophic failures like those in recent years that have. . .
03/08 Shoprite Holdings
could become the latest South African retailer to retreat from
other African markets after it said on Monday that it is
considering reducing or selling all of its stake in its Nigerian
subsidiary.. . .
18h19 Advanced driver assistance technology
automating steering and braking in a growing number of vehicles
is not providing reliable safety benefits, a new study by the
American Automobile Association showed on Thursday.
18h18 The International Monetary Fund
(IMF) said on Thursday it was exploring all possible ways to
support the Lebanese people following the powerful port
warehouse explosion that rocked Beirut, while urging authorities
to move on reforms.
18h15 Global equity markets slipped
and bond yields fell on Thursday as investors awaited an
agreement on a U.S. aid package to mitigate the fallout from the
coronavirus crisis, with poor corporate earnings reports also
weighing on European shares.
18h11 London-listed shares broke a three-day
winning run on Thursday as commodities giant Glencore tumbled
after scrapping its dividend to pay down debt, while the Bank of
England forecast a slower-than-expected rebound from the
COVID-19 pandemic.. . .
17h39 Greek 10-year government bond
yields fell to record lows on Thursday as a sharp rally spurred
on by the fast-paced purchase of the country's debt by the
European Central Bank kept pace with investors. . .
18h06 Hedge fund Davidson Kempner said
again on Thursday it will not be tendering its shares in Qiagen
, days after Thermo Fisher Scientific said its
offer to buy the German genetic test maker expires. . .
18h02 Shares of Rocket Companies Inc
rose 10% following their New York debut on Thursday, after the
parent company of U.S. mortgage lender Quicken Loans sold shares
to investors in its $1.8 billion initial public. . .
17h55 Major U.S. stock averages treaded water on
Thursday as investors awaited a new fiscal aid package to prop
up the country's economy, with data showing 31.3 million
Americans were receiving unemployment checks in mid-July.. . .
16h23 China's central bank said on
Thursday it would allow the old Baoshang Bank to file for
bankruptcy and would liquidate any remaining assets, the latest
cleanup move linked to the country's first bank seizure. . .
17h34 The Czech crown retreated from a
multi-month high on Thursday after the central bank held
interest rates steady and signalled stability at least until
mid-2021, stalling the currency's advance.
Other central. . .
17h17 The dollar rose on Thursday,
bouncing back from recent weakness after U.S. data showed fewer
Americans sought jobless benefits last week.
The dollar index briefly pared gains before gaining ground
following. . .
17h03 The Czech National Bank kept
interest rates unchanged on Thursday and signalled they were
likely to stay on hold until at least mid-2021 after a series of
deep cuts to borrowing costs to try. . .
16h22 The Zambian subsidiary of Nigeria's Access Bank has agreed to buy Cavmont Capital Holdings, the Zambian arm of Namibian financial services group Capricorn, for a nominal fee of 1 kwacha ($0.0014),. . .
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