18.4.2019 06:47 pm
Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to reassure top French business leaders in the Kremlin Thursday as they met following the arrests of several major foreign investors.
The business community in Russia is still shaken by the February detentions of prominent US investor Michael Calvey and his associates, including French citizen Philippe Delpal.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko warned on Thursday that the country risks defaulting on its debt if its biggest lender, PrivatBank, is handed back to a controversial tycoon.
Anglo-Dutch food and cosmetics giant Unilever said Thursday it was on track to make its targets for 2019, despite a drop in first quarter sales as it finalised selling its extensive spreads business.
American consumers resumed spending in March, snapping up autos ahead of the summer driving season and pushing the US retail sector to its biggest gains in 18 months, government data showed Thursday.
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday criticised Western media coverage of the country’s economy after a Financial Times report questioned the central bank’s management of foreign currency reserves.
France’s culture minister pleaded Thursday for an end to the controversy over the 850 million euros (950 million dollars) pledged to restore Notre-Dame cathedral, which critics have suggested would be better spent on the poor.
British retail sales rose far more than expected in March, official data showed Thursday, despite political uncertainty over Brexit and turmoil for department stores.
Fuel haulers in Portugal lifted on Thursday a strike that caused long lines at petrol stations days before a long holiday weekend following mediation by the government.
Eurozone business growth was at its lowest level since 2014, a closely watched survey said on Thursday, dragged down by stagnation in France and a sluggish Germany.
The wage settlement agreement has been welcomed by Minister of Labour Mildred Oliphant.
In an environment of negative sentiment, mispricing may create opportunities.
An Ayo executive spilled the beans on the company’s governance issues after being subpoenaed to appear before the commission.
Japanese small car manufacturer Suzuki announced Thursday it was recalling two million vehicles shipped domestically, citing improper inspections and a series of other faults including false fuel efficiency data.
Crippling regulations, no recourse and only empty election promises by political parties prevent small business from boosting the economy.
Jet Airways shares plunged more than 32 percent on Thursday, hours after the Indian carrier’s final flight landed following a decision to ground its entire fleet.