Egypt’s latest wheat tender drew offers from the fewest companies in two months, as conflicting rulings over the world’s largest buyer’s ever-changing grain standards continued to confuse traders.
The Kobe Steel plant at the centre of a data-falsification scandal that has shaken supply chains around the world has been stripped of all its industrial quality certifications, the Japanese government said yesterday.
The $5.1tn-a-day currency market is losing its human touch.
Peace, or at least a truce, seems to have broken out in the global bond market and Japanese investors see that as a signal to buy more of the only maturities to make any significant money this year: 20-year notes.
Samsung Electronics Co will reveal tomorrow that irregularly sized batteries made by an affiliate caused the overheating and fires that eventually forced the cessation of its Note 7 smartphone line, a person familiar with the matter said.
More than 70 chemical engineering alumni of Qatar University’s College of Engineering (QU-CENG) participated in Al Majilis event.
Al Wasmiya won her third race this season when Italian jockey Pier Convertino rode her to victory in the Al Jassasiya Cup, a Local Thoroughbred Handicap race that was the feature of the eight-race card at the Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club (QREC) here yesterday.
Nissan said yesterday its half-year net profit rose 25% to $2.3bn, lifted by strong North American sales and new models...