Despite all the euphoria in the past period about the world recovery, events have taken a sharp turn for the worse.
A new EU data law called General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aiming to give consumers control of their personal data as it is collected by companies will come into force on May 25 and could have a far-reaching impact on some of the bigg
Argentina's central bank (BCRA) said it refinanced all of the $26 billion Lebac Peso-denominated bonds (“L”) that were set to mature this week, while auctioning off new debt worth another $200 million.
Takeda, Japan's 237-year-old pharma group said it had agreed to buy Ireland-based rare diseases specialist Shire for 46 billion pounds ($62.3 billion) in a cash and stock deal.
Every year, 3 May is a date which celebrates the fundamental principles of press freedom, to evaluate press freedom around the world, to defend the media from attacks on their independence and to pay tribute to journalists who have lost their
The European Commission meets on Wednesday to agree proposals for its 2021-2027 budget.
Germany’s flagship lender announced actions to reshape its largest division, the troubled Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) and additional cost-cutting measures, after posting a 79 percent drop in net profit in the first quarter.
Under political pressure, the ECB considers shelving its rules on eradicating what many have dubbed the "ticking time-bomb" at the heart of the Eurozone, namely the roughly $1 trillion in non-performing loans across European banks, particularl
Tencent Music Entertainment Group, the Chinese internet giant's digital music business, is planning to file an initial public offering for the second half of 2018 according to a news report in Wall Street Journal.
Widespread misconduct in the financial sector has the potential to significantly harm consumers, undermine trust in financial institutions and markets and create systemic risks.