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By the Friday market close in Hong Kong, shares of China Evergrande Group listed in the city fell 9.46%. The move came following reports that the property developer is seeking government support to approve a restructuring plan, warning of an impending cash crunch.
China's scheduled inclusion in the FTSE World Government Bond Index — its third entry into a major global bond index — comes at a time when investors are hunting for yield in an environment of ultra-low interest rates.
Supermodel Natalia Vodianova says her native Russia feels safer during the pandemic than other parts of Europe
Supermodel, philanthropist and entrepreneur Natalia Vodianova told CNBC she feels her native country Russia has coped "incredibly well" with the Covid-19 crisis.
Tech workers across the U.K. are escaping to work remotely in warmer countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa as the British winter sets in.
The company, once part of Airbus but now owned by U.S. private equity firm KKR, manufactures radar and high-tech camera equipment for military aircraft, tanks and submarines.
The battle between the EU and Apple on taxation is not over yet.
Singapore’s entrepreneurs have often had to overcome family pressure — but that may be slowly changing
Economic uncertainty following the coronavirus, coupled with government support, may be helping Singaporean entrepreneurs overcome a more personal problem: family objections to a less stable career path.
U.S. stock futures were lower early Friday as the market indexes headed for a fourth consecutive week of losses.
Goldman Sachs has marked out the Mexican peso as its top emerging market (EM) currency pick "once the dust settles" from the coronavirus pandemic.
The United Arab Emirates introduced a law on Friday ensuring equal pay for men and women in the private sector.