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HONG KONG: MSCI Inc. scrapped plans to add a high-flying Hong Kong stock to its suite of indexes because of concerns about investability, a rare reversal that sent the stock plunging 98%.HONG KONG: MSCI Inc. scrapped plans to add a high-flying Hong Kong stock to its suite of indexes because of concerns about investability, a rare reversal that sent the stock plunging 98%.
The biggest Silicon Valley companies have responded to complaints about unequal pay by disclosing the gaps between men and women doing similar work. But not Oracle Corp.
LONDON (Reuters) - Istanbul Mayor Ekrem Imamoglu, a political opponent of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, said on Thursday he was on a mission in London to allay investor concerns over negative headlines about Turkey and predicted its economic woes were temporary.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Istanbul is in talks to borrow in international markets to finance ongoing rail projects, two bankers with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday, as the city's new mayor kicked off meetings with investors in London.
THE last month has not been fun for shareholders of e-government concessionaire MyEG Services Bhd due to a fall in the latter’s share price.
DUBAI: For the second straight year, the risks of doing business in Saudi Arabia are pushing their way onto the agenda of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Salman’s glittering investment showcase.
WASHINGTON: The world’s most powerful policymakers are struggling to alleviate the pain of a slowing global economy with few levers left to pull and growing concern that one of them, negative interest rates, already is creating problems of its own.
KUALA LUMPUR: The selldown of My EG Services share price on Thursday, where it plunged 11% to close at RM1.25, is unwarranted as there is strong earnings growth ahead, UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research says.
NEW YORK: Wall Street advanced on Tuesday as third-quarter reporting season hit with a spate of upbeat earnings reports that brought buyers back to the equities market.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia and Fiji will send a joint United Nations peacekeeping mission to a disputed region in the Middle East as soon as next week, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said over the weekend.