WASHINGTON: The deficit in the largest measure of US trade widened in the October-December quarter to the biggest imbalance in more than two years as exports of goods fell at a faster pace than import
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: China's central bank on Thursday detailed plans on granting more licences for gold imports and exports, while maintaining that it could impose trade restrictions when necessary.
LONDON: Six institutions will start setting gold prices electronically on Friday, as Intercontinental Exchange completes a sweeping change to London's bullion benchmarks and dispenses with the century
DUBAI: Shareholders of Commercial Bank of Qatar (CBQ) have approved the issue of up to $1 billion in capital-raising instruments, the bank said on Thursday.
KHARTOUM: Sudan hopes to boost oil production by carrying out exploration and drilling wells in new areas including conflict-hit Darfur, its oil minister said on Thursday.
DUBAI: Dubai's DP World, one of the world's largest port operators, posted an 11.8 percentrise in 2014 net profit as profit margins grew in all its regions, the company said on Thursday.
TOKYO: Confidence at Japanese manufacturers rose for a second straight month in March but slid
FRANKFURT: German industrial group Siemens is worried that the slump in oil prices is discouraging oil-exporting countries from investing in infrastructure, Chief Executive Joe Kaeser said on Thursday
DETROIT: Honda is adding nearly 105,000 vehicles to its growing US recall of driver's side air bag inflators that can explode with too much force.
FRANKFURT: A pilots strike grounded more than half of Lufthansa's lucrative long-haul flights on Thursday, the latest action to pressure management in a protracted row over early retirement benefits a
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