The European Union should grant Turks visa-free travel in October or the migrant deal that involves Turkey stemming the flow of illegal migrants to the bloc should put be put aside, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told a German newspaper.
Weaker demand, slower growth, faster inflation — that’s the U.K. economy that the Bank of England sees in its crystal ball after the nation voted for Brexit. Now the first hard numbers are on the way.
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The Bank of Japan’s controversial march to the top of shareholder rankings in the world’s third-largest equity market is picking up pace.
Two websites created in recent months and whose operators are believed to have ties to the Russian government now serve as portals for leaking sensitive and at times embarrassing information about the Democratic Party and its supporters.
One order seeking money from Bangladesh’s account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York wanted $20 million for vaguely defined consulting fees. A second sought $30 million for “ineligible expenses.”
JP Morgan has become the latest bank on the wrong end of an unfair dismissal claim from its currency teams with Patrice Ktorza, a former FX salesperson at the bank, reportedly winning his claim.
China’s currency, the yuan, has declined in value this year, and now imminent changes to the way the U.S. regulates money-market funds are adding to the downward pressure.
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In the latest sign that American stock exchanges are inching away from a decadelong arms race toward ever greater speed, Nasdaq Inc. plans a new option for investors who complain they can’t keep up with rapid-fire trading.
William Hill Plc rejected an increased 3.1 billion-pound ($4 billion) offer from 888 Holdings Plc and Rank Group Plc as the suitors raise the stakes in their effort to combine with the U.K.’s biggest bookmaker.
The dollar fell against its peers Friday after weak U.S. retail-sales data added to concerns about the outlook for the American economy.
Global stocks held near a one-year high as rising oil prices bolstered investor sentiment following disappointing data in the world’s three largest economies.
The Bank of Japan’s policy review could put up for debate its target for expanding base money through massive asset purchases, sources say, but the challenge would be to avoid spooking bond markets used to years of unprecedented buying.
European shares advanced, with gains in automakers including Volkswagen AG helping Germany’s benchmark DAX Index turn positive for the year for the first time.
British equities traded at their highest levels since June of last year, in green territory for an eighth day, while a gauge of smaller companies extended a record high.
World shares set up camp at one-year peaks on Monday as a rally in Chinese stocks helped offset news that Japan’s economic growth had ground to a halt last quarter, while oil prices extended their latest rally.
When it comes to defaulted bonds in China, there has been either full repayment or delays and diversions.
For Nintendo Co., “Pokémon Go” these days looks a lot less lucrative in Mexico.