08h51 The chairman of an international
panel set up by Myanmar to advise on the Rohingya crisis has
rebutted criticism by the body's former secretary, saying the
panel is effective and the government has acted. . .
20/07 Oil prices rose on Friday as a
weakening dollar and lower expected August crude exports from
Saudi Arabia supported the market, offsetting concerns about
U.S.-China trade tensions and supply increases.. . .
20/07 European drugmakers Roche
, Bayer and Merck KGaA became the
latest companies to freeze prices in the United States for the
rest of 2018 following criticism by President Donald Trump over
the cost of medicine.. . .
20/07 Asian spot liquefied natural gas (LNG)
prices softened for another week as the focus of purchasing
activity switched to September, encountering weak demand, new
supply and a falling yuan potentially sapping Chinese demand.. . .
20/07 Italian government bond
yields rose on Friday after local media reported on tensions
within the ruling coalition and a newspaper interview with a
lawmaker raised more concerns about Rome's commitment to the
euro.. . .
20/07 The UK's top share index held
its ground on Friday, slightly outperforming a broadly negative
European market, as global trade uncertainty and political
troubles closer to home spurred demand. . .
20/07 An Italian bank being set up with
backing from former Barclays chief Bob Diamond said on
Friday it aimed to trounce industry returns by chasing
higher-margin borrowers and going digital to keep costs down.. . .
20/07 Europe's grain market is bracing
for more downgrades to the size of this year's wheat crop as
harvesting reaches the northern regions that have been worst hit
by exceptional drought and heat since spring.. . .
20/07 British Prime Minister Theresa
May on Friday called on the European Union to strike a new deal
to prevent a hard border in Northern Ireland and demanded
Brussels quickly respond to her plan to. . .
20/07 A dispute panel of the World
Trade Organization (WTO) largely ruled in favour of Russia on
Friday in a case brought against Ukraine on anti-dumping
measures imposed on imported ammonium nitrate used in
fertiliser.. . .
20/07 Offshore oil services workers
will be balloted for potential strike action after they rejected
a pay increase offer by the Offshore Contractors Association
(OCA), Britain's union Unite said on Friday.. . .
20/07 China released draft rules and
guidelines to strengthen regulations of financial institutions'
wealth management and asset management businesses, the latest
step by Beijing to fend off systemic financial risks.. . .
20/07 Soft wheat production in France,
the European Union's largest grain grower, will fall sharply to
34.17 million tonnes this year after heavy rain hurt yields, but
good crop quality could boost export prospects, consultancy
Agritel. . .
20/07 Ireland's foreign minister said
on Friday reaction from EU capitals to British Prime minister
Theresa May's Brexit white paper was lukewarm but said there was
agreement it formed the basis for negotiations.. . .
20/07 The Italian government has agreed
to appoint Fabrizio Palermo as the new CEO of state lender Cassa
Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) and Alessandro Rivera as
director-general of the Treasury, political sources said on
The decision. . .
20/07 The World Trade Organization set
up a dispute panel on Friday to rule on a U.S. complaint against
restrictions in Canada's province of British Columbia on wine
sales in grocery stores, a WTO official. . .
20/07 WH Ireland Group said on Friday
that its second biggest investor, Kuwaiti European Holding Group
(KEH), had transferred ownership of its 23.1 percent stake in
the financial services company.
The British stockbroker said the transfer. . .
20/07 Europe must work over coming
years and decades to harmonise the many different weapons
systems its armed forces deploy, both to use military budgets
more efficiently and strengthen the continent's military
contractors, German Chancellor Angela. . .
20/07 Sweden's Telia Company
announced a $1 billion deal to buy Bonnier
Broadcasting on Friday, its second major acquisition in a week
as the top Nordic telecoms operator looks to expand its media
business.. . .
20/07 The Italian government has reached
a deal on who should take charge of state lender Cassa Depositi
e Prestiti (CDP), a government source said on Friday, ending
weeks of tension over the sensitive appointments.. . .
20/07 The U.S. and euro zone
economies remain a world apart and growth data due in the coming
days will only highlight the widening gap, suggesting that
monetary policy will continue to move in opposing. . .
20/07 Irish house prices grew 12.4
percent in the year to May, down from 13.5 percent in the year
to April as Central Bank rules limit leverage levels.. . .
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