Qatargas has successfully initiated a programme to utilise LNG boil-off gas to power its chartered conventional LNG vessels during unloading operations at Japanese LNG terminals.
A sports tech startup from the UK is producing unique immersive contents that could be useful for sports audiences, broadcasters, and sponsors during large scale events, such as the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
With the coronavirus continuing to ravage the world and close to a fifth of the world’s population — or 1.5bn people — being asked or ordered outright to stay home and work remotely as new virus infections soar,
Lebanon’s foreign-exchange crisis is intensifying, prompting another appeal by the government for financial aid after its debt default last month.
For years, gold bugs were relegated to the fringes of financial markets. Often viewed by mainstream investors as tinfoil-hat conspiracists with basements full of beans and bottled water, their warnings sounded apocalyptic: A coming collapse in financial assets, widespread devaluation of paper money
HSBC Holdings Plc’s decision to scrap dividends has created an uproar among retail investors in Hong Kong who have banded together to push for an extraordinary general meeting to reverse the move.
Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan has said that due to the coronavirus crisis, India currently faces the greatest economic emergency since its independence.
Dealmakers are helping Australian companies with everything from urgent equity raisings to restructuring, after the coronavirus pandemic brought mergers and acquisitions to a standstill.
The Philippine central bank is open to tweaking monetary settings outside its review cycle, as it seeks to support the economy and keep financial markets functioning smoothly with most of the country locked down against coronavirus, according to governor Benjamin Diokno.
GfK consumer confidence -34 vs early March -9, biggest ever fall; SMMT says car sales down 44% in March, sees 25% fall for year; construction PMI weakest since 2009, record low all-sector PMI; Covid-19 lockdown expected to cause historic fall in output
The GCC region may see a “second wave” of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), S&P Global Ratings said, and noted that it will be “more opportunistic and driven by economic rationale.”