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ECB split over keeping bond buys open-ended, show meeting minutes

ECB split over keeping bond buys open-ended, show meeting minutes

European Central Bank policymakers broadly agreed last month on extending their asset purchase scheme but a decision to keep the bond buys open-ended appeared to generate fiercer debate, minutes of the meeting released yesterday showed.

Indian equities little changed; rupee gains

Indian equities little changed; rupee gains

India’s benchmark equity index closed little changed after fluctuating intraday on low trading volume. An advance in software exporters countered a decline in telecom stocks.

Dollar struggles in Asia on Fed rate hike uncertainty

Dollar struggles in Asia on Fed rate hike uncertainty

The dollar struggled yesterday in Asia following the previous day’s losses as dovish Federal Reserve minutes rowed back expectations for US interest rate hikes.

Singapore economy beats growth expectations in Q3

Singapore economy beats growth expectations in Q3

Singapore’s economy beat expectations to grow at its fastest pace in nearly four years during the third quarter, data showed yesterday, ...

HNA’s unit nears liquidity crunch

HNA’s unit nears liquidity crunch

The short-term debts of HNA Group’s main offshore fundraising arm are close to outstripping its ability to meet them, ...

China LNG imports jump to second highest on record

China LNG imports jump to second highest on record

China’s imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in October nearly doubled from the same month a year ago to the second highest on record, according to customs data, ...

Oil sets itself up for decline if Opec can’t deliver output cuts extension

Oil sets itself up for decline if Opec can’t deliver output cuts extension

Oil traders and analysts almost unanimously expect Opec and Russia to prolong their production cuts next week.

Shard achieves full occupancy with 31 diverse businesses

Shard achieves full occupancy with 31 diverse businesses

Qatar-owned Shard’s 26-floor office complex is now fully let, home to 31 businesses across a wide range of sectors including energy, retail, manufacturing, technology, finance, education, healthcare and professional services.

SAP investigating its sales practices in Gulf region

SAP investigating its sales practices in Gulf region

German business software giant SAP, which last month said its South African sales commissions were being probed by US regulators, ....

Renewable power potential in the Middle East

Renewable power potential in the Middle East

Declining renewable energy prices and increasing energy demand in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region present a unique opportunity for stakeholders to accelerate renewable energy production...

Icahn-backed bid to change biofuel mandate rejected by Trump

Icahn-backed bid to change biofuel mandate rejected by Trump

The Trump administration is formally rejecting a bid to relieve refiners of their obligation to fulfil annual biofuel quotas, dealing a blow to billionaire investor Carl Icahn and oil companies that had sought the change.

Volkswagen is said to step up bid for cobalt for electric cars

Volkswagen is said to step up bid for cobalt for electric cars

Volkswagen is stepping up its hunt for long-term supplies of battery metals it will need to help power electric cars across its entire range.

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