By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - While top central banks such as the Federal Reserve, the ECB and...
By Sudarshan Varadhan CHENNAI (Reuters) -India's securities regulator and customs authorities are investigating some Adani Group companies for non-compliance of rules, junior...
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will set out a plan on Monday to stimulate trade with 70 developing economies by lowering tariffs and simplifying rules, its latest push to promote freer global...
LONDON (Reuters) - The unrest that has ripped through South Africa in the past week will force its economy to contract by 3% in the third quarter and drag down full-year...
LONDON (Reuters) - Investors' interest in equity markets continued unabated in the latest week, with U.S. and Japanese stock market fund flows accelerating to multi-week highs at the expense of...
By Joyce Lee SEOUL (Reuters) -SoftBank's Vision Fund has invested $1.7 billion in Yanolja, the South Korean travel and leisure firm said...
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - After loosing 53 cars during xenophobic attacks in South Africa in 2019, Johannesburg car dealership owner Okey Uchendu never thought he would see his business destroyed again by...
By Tom Arnold and Karin Strohecker LONDON (Reuters) - South Africa's worst unrest in years threatens to derail...
LONDON (Reuters) - Citi reduced its overweight position in longer-dated South Africa government bonds and said it established an underweight in the rand, citing expectations that social unrest could continue. ...
By Peter Hobson LONDON (Reuters) -Banks clearing gold trades in London can apply for an exemption from tighter capital rules due in...