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India’s IPO frenzy sends bankers in a work overdrive

India’s investment bankers are set for their most rewarding year as local initial public offerings head for an all-time high despite the devastation brought...

China’s Evergrande default concerns loom large on nervous market

The risks of China’s Evergrande Group defaulting on its mountain of debt loomed large over nervous markets on Tuesday, as investors looked for signs...

China pumps $14bn in cash into market amid Evergrande crisis

The move comes as the trouble facing China’s Evergrande Group fuels investor concern over the health of real estate and credit markets.China injected more...

US Federal Reserve reviews ethics rules after trading revelations

The United States Federal Reserve is reviewing the ethics policies that govern the financial holdings and activities of its senior officials in the wake...

Protesters hauled away from Evergrande HQ as meltdown fears mount

Security personnel in Shenzhen hauled away protesters who had gathered at the HQ of troubled real estate developer China Evergrande Group, which is teetering...

South Korea fines Google for abusing its dominant position

The antitrust regulator said Google’s terms with device makers on using its operating system restricted competition.A South Korean antitrust regulator has fined Alphabet Inc’s...

Have the BRICS moved the centre of economic and political power?

Representing 45% of the world's population, some of these fast-growing countries have failed to live up to expectations. Via

George Soros says BlackRock’s China investments ‘tragic mistake’

BlackRock is the world’s largest money manager; last month it began offering investment products to Chinese individuals.By Russell WardBloombergGeorge Soros criticized BlackRock Inc.’s China push...

Western Union to resume money-transfer services to Afghanistan

The money-transfer firm suspended services in Afghanistan two weeks ago after the Taliban captured Kabul.Western Union Co is resuming money-transfer services to Afghanistan, the...

US: After Ida’s fury, major hurdles to restart oil and gas plants

Energy companies are beginning a days-long evaluation of facilities hit by Hurricane Ida as widespread power outages and flooding onshore presented major hurdles to...

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