The stage is now set for the U.K. to approve the Brexit pact negotiated by Johnson with the European Union.
Barrick Gold Corp said it had reached a deal to settle a long-running tax dispute between Tanzania and mining group Acacia, which Barrick bought in a $1.2 billion deal approved by a British court last month.
Foreign secretary Raab says cross-party coalition of at least 320 MPs are likely to back agreement
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U.S. President Donald Trump abandoned plans late on Saturday to host next year’s Group of Seven summit at his Florida golf resort, after Democrats and others had decried the selection as evidence of the president misusing his office for personal gain.
China’s top central banker said on Saturday that potential escalation of trade tensions and policy uncertainty were the major risk factors facing the world economy, and market forces were keeping China’s yuan at an appropriate level.
Bill Mead explained to CNBC how “incredibly economically impactful things” are about to happen as millennials prioritize necessity spending. Big ticket items, he says, will soon be prioritized over “Apple devices, craft beer and Chipotle burritos.”
One longtime CME trader’s says this kind of stock-market manipulation hasn’t been seen since al Qaeda cashed in before initiating the Sept. 11 attacks.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said on Saturday that she supports Somalia’s efforts to achieve debt relief through the global lender’s Highly Indebted Poor Countries program.
China’s indebted HNA Group has appointed its chairman’s son as president as part of business restructuring at the finance-to-aviation conglomerate, Chinese financial magazine Caixin reported on its website on Saturday.
Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, earlier this week defied lawmakers’ subpoena for documents related to their impeachment inquiry and said, “If they enforce it, then we will see what happens.” For Giuliani and others, such enforcement of subpoenas could result in a fine of $100,000 and a year in jail.
UK prime minister could send MPs home early if Letwin amendment delays exit process
China’s central bank will continue to implement prudent monetary policies and create an appropriate financial environment for high-quality economic growth, Governor Yi Gang said, according to the bank’s website.
FAA rebukes aircraft maker for not disclosing texts sent during certification process
A bankruptcy court in Paraná state has scheduled an auction to sell two plants belonging to Brazilian soy processor Imcopa International SA on Dec. 4, the company said on Friday.
Investors may be accepting too little compensation on U.S. corporate bonds given growing concerns about the debt binge and recent red flags in the market.
Commons faces key Saturday votes with mass demonstrations expected outside
Did the investing world really need an exchange-traded fund that checks both these boxes?
Assault to create ‘buffer zone’ will pick up ‘where it left off’ if Kurds do not withdraw
Some European businesses that export to America will today start to feel the pain of a dispute about subsidies to aircraft-makers.