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16h45 Zambia's debt to Chinese
public and private lenders is $6.6 billion, almost double the
amount disclosed by the previous Zambian government, the China
Africa Research Initiative (CARI) has estimated from an analysis
of loan data.. . .
10/08 South Africa's SA Corporate
Real Estate put an estimate of 558.243 million rand
($37.7 million) on Tuesday on the total cost of damage to its
properties and loss of income after recent looting and
vandalism.. . .
06/08 Shares in AngloGold Ashanti
slumped more than 10% on Friday after it trimmed its
2021 production estimate and posted a 10% drop in headline
first-half earnings due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
and. . .
19h07 India's Prime Minister
Narendra Modi on Tuesday launched an array of new high-yielding
crop varieties, including herbicide-tolerant rice that can be
directly sown into the soil, cutting expenditure on water and
19h05 The board of Italian insurer
Cattolica has deemed fair, at a meeting on Tuesday,
the price offered by bigger rival Generali in its
buyout offer, a source with knowledge of the matter told
(Reporting by Andrea Mandala; editing by Valentina Za)
19h04 Spain's Santander said
on Tuesday its board had decided to make an interim distribution
from 2021 earnings through a cash dividend and share buyback
worth 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion, equivalent to 40% of. . .
19h01 Italy's government forecasts that
the economy will grow by 6% this year, two government sources
said on Tuesday, while the budget deficit will come in at 9.5%
of gross domestic product (GDP).. . .
18h39 Shares of Amplitude Inc opened
nearly 43% above their reference price in Nasdaq debut on
Tuesday, notching up a valuation of about $5 billion for the
Benchmark Capital-backed analytics company.. . .
18h29 The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq headed for
their worst day in four months on Tuesday as weak consumer
confidence data deepened concerns over slowing economic growth,
while a surge in Treasury yields hit. . .
18h01 Jordan's state carrier, Royal
Jordanian, will soon resume direct flights to Damascus
for the first time in nearly a decade, in the latest step to
restore extensive business ties with Syria hurt by conflict. . .
17h12 The rouble fell from a 14-month
peak versus the euro and into negative territory on Tuesday as
oil prices edged lower and Russia's benchmark MOEX stock index
slipped from an all-time high amid heightened. . .
16h24 Latin American stocks joined a broader
sell-off in markets on Thursday, driven by uncertainty around
economic growth, while surging U.S. Treasury yields weighed on
currencies, pushing the Mexican peso down 1%.. . .
27/09 As heavy rains persisted across
Ivory Coast's cocoa-growing regions last week, farmers polled by
Reuters were divided on whether moisture levels would help the
October-to-March main crop or nurture a crop-killing fungal
disease.. . .
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