PARIS: Paris airports have seen a reduction in traffic since the attacks that killed 130 people in the French capital this month, while security has been expanded, a senior executive said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia-based AirAsia, the region’s biggest budget carrier by fleet size, said it suffered a loss in the third quarter, bogged down by foreign exchange losses and its Indonesian operati
LONDON: Foreign trade put the biggest drag on record on British economic growth last quarter, as a weakening global economy and surging demand for imports slowed Britain’s recovery from the financial
FRANKFURT: The European Union’s top watchdog has urged the European Central Bank to stop meeting market players such as hedge funds shortly before setting policy, adding to pressure for it to tighten
LONDON: Britain will use new powers to determine whether to allow shale gas firm Cuadrilla Resources to carry out fracking at two sites in northwest England, overruling local planning decisions.
LONDON: Gold slipped almost two percent to a near six-year low on Friday and was heading for a sixth straight weekly decline under pressure from a firm dollar and prospects of a US interest rate rise
VIENNA: OPEC officials questioned an upbeat forecast from the group’s researchers in a meeting ahead of next week’s gathering of oil ministers, with some skeptical there will be a quick easing of the
MUMBAI: HSBC Holdings Plc is closing its private banking unit in India as part of its group strategy, the bank said, marking the exit of another foreign bank from the cut-throat wealth management busi
JEDDAH: Saudi Arabian money supply and bank lending figures show the economy of Saudi Arabia has started to slow as low global energy prices force the government to clamp down on spending.
JEDDAH: Net foreign assets at Saudi Arabia’s Monetary Agency fell 1.0 percent in October from the previous month to SR2.401 trillion ($640 billion), their lowest level since late 2012, official data s
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