China said it will ban or closely monitor overseas investments by state-owned firms in certain sectors, the latest move in a government fight to stem capital flight and what it has called “irrational” spending abroad.
Wall Street caught fire following President-elect Donald Trump’s shock White House win in November, but will this largely speculative run fizzle out after Trump takes office on Friday?
The dollar rallied against high-yielding currencies and cemented gains versus its major peers as dealers took a speech by Federal Reserve boss Janet Yellen as a hint that US interest rates will rise further this year.
Trading in Takata shares was suspended in Tokyo Thursday following a report that two bidders are set to propose court-mediated rescue plans for the airbag maker at the centre of the auto industry’s biggest safety recall.
Toshiba shares fell over 10 percent on the Tokyo market Thursday following media reports of expanding losses at its US nuclear power business.
Manchester United’s relative failure on the pitch has not been reflected off it as for the first time in over a decade they top Deloitte’s Football Money League for revenue in the 2015/16 season.
Netflix added a record seven million subscribers over the past quarter as part of its global expansion drive, fueling a surge in revenue and profit for the streaming television giant.
The US central bank is close to achieving its inflation and employment goals, but any policy moves will depend on how the economy evolves, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Wednesday.
The US Labor Department on Wednesday sued business software giant Oracle alleging “systemic” discrimination in pay against female, African American and Asian employees.
The United States will seek a new dispute resolution mechanism and tighter country of origin rules in a rejigged continental trade pact with Canada and Mexico, a newspaper reported Wednesday.
China’s richest man, Hollywood investor Wang Jianlin, warned Donald Trump Wednesday against dragging the entertainment industry into a trade war — saying his country’s millions of movie-lovers are key to the future of cinema.