08h29 Production cuts in China's
mammoth steel sector will vary from mill to mill next autumn and
winter, said an environmental ministry official, as the country
shifts away from a 'one size fits all' approach. . .
08h08 Saudi Aramco's <IPO-ARMO.SE>
potential acquisition of a stake in petrochemicals maker SABIC
would affect the time frame of its own planned initial
public offering, the firm's chief executive, Amin Nasser, said
in a TV interview. . .
20/07 Saudi Aramco's <IPO-ARMO.SE>
potential acquisition of a stake in Saudi petrochemicals maker
SABIC would affect the time frame of its own planned
initial public offering, Aramco's chief executive Amin Nasser
said in a television interview. . .
20/07 China and the United Arab
Emirates signed a raft of financial, business and trade
agreements on Friday during a visit by President Xi Jinping to
the UAE, underscoring energy-hungry Beijing's rapidly growing
interest in the. . .
20/07 Lebanon must seek a deal with
Syria so Lebanese exporters can reach wider Middle East markets
via the Syrian border with Jordan now that Damascus has
recovered state control of that frontier, Lebanon's caretaker
economy. . .
20/07 The Bank of Japan, facing
stubbornly low inflation, is in unusually active discussions
before this month's policy decision, with changes to its
interest-rate targets and stock-buying techniques on the table,
people familiar with the central. . .
20/07 The Dutch government has
restored formal diplomatic ties with Turkey after withdrawing
its ambassador in February, the Netherlands' ANP News reported
on Friday, citing the country's foreign minister.. . .
20/07 China's securities watchdog is
urging mutual fund managers to reduce the size of a type of
short-term bond funds that have thrived on investors' flight to
safety, amid growing concerns of the quality of. . .
20/07 In Dubai's posh Jumeirah Beach
Residence district, luxury apartment rents are down about 15
percent from a year ago - a sign, some fear, that the wealthy
emirate's recipe for economic success is getting. . .
20/07 China stocks rebounded nearly
2 percent on Friday erasing this week's losses as investors
piled into financial shares after a media report suggested
looser-than-expected asset management rules.. . .
20/07 China's primary money rates
fell this week as the central bank pumped cash into the banking
system, and as it prepared to soften small firms' financing
burdens in an attempt to hold off risks. . .
20/07 Japanese stocks ended weaker on
Friday as an earlier decline in the Chinese yuan rekindled
worries about the stability of the world's second largest
economy, which faces rising risks from a major trade conflict
with. . .
20/07 Banking shares in Thailand rose
on Friday after the country's four biggest lenders all reported
second-quarter profit that beat market estimates, as a decision
to waive fees for digital transactions had a milder impact. . .
20/07 Japanese government bond prices
gained on Friday following strong results at an auction of
short-dated bonds and on worries about a fall in the Chinese
yuan and further disruptions to the Chinese economy.. . .
20/07 Shares in companies linked to
HNA Group slumped after resuming trading this week,
highlighting investor concern over the embattled Chinese
conglomerate whose opaque ownership structure has sparked global
regulatory scrutiny.. . .
20/07 Maturing Chinese central bank reverse
bond repurchase agreements will drain 370 billion yuan ($54.49
billion) next week.
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) has drained 670 billion
yuan on a net. . .
20/07 Japanese stocks dropped on Friday
as an extended decline in the Chinese yuan rekindled worries
about the stability of the Chinese economy which faces rising
risks from a major trade conflict with the United. . .
20/07 Nearly two-thirds of Japanese companies say inflation between zero and 1 percent,
less than half the Bank of Japan's 2 percent goal, is "appropriate", a Reuters poll shows. A slight majority
called for. . .
19/07 Venezuela exported
$779 million of gold to Turkey in 2018, according to Turkish
government statistics, further evidence that the South American
country is shifting its pattern of trade following a wave of
sanctions that began. . .
19/07 Russia used stocks held in tanks
at its oilfields to help boost crude production in June, three
industry sources told Reuters, in a sign of supply flexibility
as OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia pushes other. . .
19/07 Sri Lankan shares rose on
Thursday and marked their highest close in nearly three weeks,
led by market heavyweight John Keells Holdings, as
foreign buying boosted sentiment.. . .
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