LONDON: The British government has announced that companies with more than 250 employees will have to reveal the differences between the average salaries of their male and female workers.
LONDON: Oil prices jumped on Friday on prospects for a coordinated production cut sparked by comments from the energy minister of the UAE.
LONDON: The 19-country euro zone is in its longest stretch of economic expansion since the global financial crisis in 2008 but growth remains paltry despite a series of tail winds and is susceptible t
PARIS: Renault’s full-year profit rose almost 50 percent in 2015 on strong sales of new models, though the French carmaker slashed the value of its stake in Lada-maker AvtoVAZ by 225 million euros ami
WASHINGTON: Christine Lagarde, the first woman to head the International Monetary Fund, became assured of a second term as managing director to steer it through a global economic slowdown.
MUMBAI: The head of India’s central bank has said the country’s lenders may need to perform “deep surgery” to sort out bad loans and clean up their balance sheets.
LONDON: Britain’s Rolls-Royce halved its final dividend to shore up its finances, the first cut for 24 years, but after three profit warnings last year a more confident tone boosted its shares.
LONDON: British newspaper The Independent will become digital only, and its last print edition will come out on March 26, owners ESI Media said in a statement.
LONDON: “The aluminum market continues to, in our view, face the greatest bearish fundamental shock in a generation, and perhaps, in its history.”
HONG KONG: A near five percent plunge in Tokyo led another Asian rout Friday, bringing to an end one of the most painful weeks for global investors as fears about the world economy — and possible rece
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