Mannai Corporation will continue with its diversification in products, services and geographic spread this year, ..
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose just marginally last week, suggesting strong job growth in March that should underpin consumer spending.
China accused the United States of “repeatedly abusing” trade practices, as Beijing braced yesterday for an imminent announcement from US President Donald Trump slapping more tariffs on Chinese imports.
The world’s major stock markets fell heavily yesterday as sentiment was rocked by fresh trade war fears as US President Donald Trump unveiled tariffs on at least $50bn on Chinese imports.
India’s record foreign exchange reserves somewhat mask the country’s vulnerability on its external finances.
Compliance with a global deal to cut oil supply hit a new high in February and an inventory glut is shrinking fast, a joint Opec and non-Opec committee said, bringing producers close to the pact’s original aim.
Bank creditors of detained Saudi Arabian tycoon, Maan al-Sanea, have asked his advisers for more details on a proposed settlement covering 16bn riyals ($4.3bn) in claims before they agree to move forward with the process, sources close to the matter said.
One by one, the biggest names in African mining are getting squeezed. The tactics might be blunt, but the message is clear: the countries where they operate want a bigger share of the proceeds.