European shares fell on Monday from six-week highs as a slowdown in China's economy stalled a global equity rally, but sterling rallied to the day's highs after Prime Minister Theresa May promised to be more "flexible" with lawmakers over Brexit. Trade in general was subdued with U.S
* Theresa May has set out her alternative Brexit plan to the House of Commons. * The prime minister made a statement to MPs after her deal with the EU was rejected by a record-breaking House of Commons majority last week. * May will push ahead with a plan to once again demand concessions from the EU
The International Monetary Fund is out with its latest outlook on global growth. It's not exactly upbeat.
More than a decade after tainted infant milk powder in China killed six children and exposed institutional neglect of food safety, Chinese parents still don’t trust local companies to feed their babies. The deadly milk scandal of 2008 was a watershed moment for China’s consumers. Some 300,000 children
BHP Group's second-quarter iron ore production fell nine per cent, hurt by the forced train derailment that disrupted supply.
The verdict today was clear, with the MSCI Asia Pacific Index losing 0.7 percent, heading for its biggest drop in almost three weeks. Markets from Shenzhen to Hong Kong, Tokyo and Mumbai were in the red. At Davos, the comments are rolling in from some of the most influential.
David MacNaughton, in an interview with the Canadian newspaper published on Monday, said the United States has told Canada it will request Meng's extradition, but he did not say when the request will be made. The deadline for filing is Jan. 30, or 60 days after Meng was arrested on Dec. 1 in Vancouver
The United States will proceed with the formal extradition from Canada of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, Canada's ambassador to the United States told the Globe and Mail https://tgam.ca/2CA6ejq, as Beijing vowed to respond to Washington's actions. David MacNaughton, in an interview with
Listed investment company AMCIL Limited (ASX:AMH) underperformed the market for the last six months of 2018 but managed to turn an overall profit.
Companies including Canada’s Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. and Australia’s Northern Star Resources Ltd. have scope to extend gains and should be in focus for investors looking for a safe harbor, according to Joe Foster, New York-based portfolio manager for the $600 million Van Eck International Investors Gold
Citadel Group Ltd (ASX:CGL) shares are one of three at the small end of the market that I think investors should take a close look at...
Afterpay Touch Group Ltd (ASX: APT) executives say they were 'absolutely distressed' by a retailer's advertising campaign that encouraged consumers who were 'broke AF' to use their service.