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Nepali Internet has become a battleground for debates, which on most occasions, yield nothing but more outrage and resentment.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain will hold its fourth election in four years on Nov. 10 after rival parties failed to break a months-long impasse in a deeply fragmented parliament, with no guarantee the repeat vote will make it any easier for them to form a government.
KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd. is pursuing mergers as a key strategy despite an abrupt end to its plan to form an Asian mobile giant with Telenor ASA, its top executive said.
MILAN (Reuters) - Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi will lead a breakaway from the ruling Democratic Party (PD) this week and set up a new centrist force, he was quoted as saying on Tuesday, stressing the move could broaden the appeal of the coalition government.
KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research expects upstream oil producers Hibiscus Petroleum, Reach Energy and Sapura Energy to be direct beneficiaries from the disruption in the oil supply after the drone attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil
LONDON (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia should be able to keep exports flowing after attacks on vital oil infrastructure on Saturday slashed more half of its oil production, but a prolonged shutdown will rattle global oil supplies, analysts said on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: The spike in the Brent crude oil price due to the attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil production facilities could be a boon for the local stock market and lead to higher oil revenue for the government.
LONDON: Bankers hired for Saudi Aramco’s mammoth initial public offering plan to stick to their schedule to pitch the deal to analysts even after devastating attacks on its biggest facilities slashed oil output by half, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
GENEVA: Hennes & Mauritz AB’s sales gained for a sixth consecutive quarter as the Swedish retailer tries to reduce a buildup of inventory and end a three-year slump in earnings
SINGAPORE: Asian refiners and traders said they are expecting Saudi Arabia to import large volumes of refined oil products and curb exports of light crude oil after attacks on Saturday that forced it to shut down more than half of its oil output.