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Alibaba’s Hong Kong-listed shares (HK:9988) gained 3.2% on Monday after Bloomberg News reported that the tech giant is considering selling shares to Ant Group. Ant has proposed to buy back
Australian watchdog urges banks to prioritize Indigenous clients by facilitating their transition to low-fee accounts for improved financial inclusivity.
Australia’s corporate regulator has urged banks to provide data on fees charged to Indigenous consumers. The move comes after a review revealed that the banks were falling short of their
UBS analysts have revised their stance on Moderna (NASDAQ:MRNA) shares, upgrading them from Neutral to Buy and adjusting the price target to $191 per share (reduced from the previous $221).
The Nikkei index in Japan displayed a remarkable surge, crossing the 33,000 threshold for the first time in 33 years, with technology shares leading the charge on the back of
According to records from the Travis County jail in Austin, FBI agents apprehended Nate Paul, a prominent real estate developer central to the allegations that triggered the impeachment process against
The figures presented at the annual meeting of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in Istanbul on Tuesday revealed that despite some progress, achieving gender equality in the aviation sector
Companies such as Microsoft have been approached by the incoming UN migration chief for potential collaboration in managing migration, according to her statements on Thursday. With a staggering number of
Bond yields have been steadily declining, sparking concerns about the state of the global economy. With yields reaching historically low levels, reminiscent of previous recessions, investors are left wondering if
BENGALURU, May 25 (Reuters) – Global stock indices will end this year higher than where they started it but most are set to be confined to ranges in coming months
SINGAPORE, May 23 (Reuters) – Asian stocks crept to two-week highs in cautious trade Tuesday, helped by hints of progress toward avoiding a U.S. default and by resilience in Japan’s
Some of the world’s most famed investors and the biggest Wall Street banks are voicing a near consensus that Japan’s stock market is the place to be as its larger
Almost 80% of companies listing in Stockholm since 2020 are trading below their initial public offering price, pummeled by a combination of economic headwinds and market volatility. That’s undermining prospects