President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said yesterday Turkey would boycott electronic products from the US, retaliating in a row with Washington that helped drive the lira to record lows.
Turkish policy makers’ steps to support the financial system helped bolster investor confidence and gave the nation’s financial sector a much-needed breather yesterday.
Islamic finance and banking are on a rapid growth pattern in Morocco, only shortly after the country’s central bank, Bank Al-Maghrib, finally and after several delays in July 2017 officially introduced a comprehensive regulatory framework for what it calls “participation banking” in the north Africa
Unemployment rate falls to 4.0%, lowest since 1975; number of EU nationals working in UK falls at record pace; annual productivity growth highest since late 2016; annual pay growth slows to 2.4%; zero-hours contracts fall to lowest since 2015
Canada’s diplomatic clash with Saudi Arabia is threatening a key pillar of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc’s growth plan.
Jet Airways India Ltd’s lenders are reluctant to extend additional loans to the cash-strapped airline ahead of a key report by the company’s financial auditor, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter.
Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO on Monday filed for a $1.8bn initial public offering of its American depositary shares, the biggest US listing by a Chinese automaker.
There’s not a moment of respite for India’s inflation-targeting central bank.
Wall Street says Ford Motor Co must cut its dividend.
Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Monday a July 31 meeting with Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund convinced him he could secure funding to take the electric car-maker private