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LONDON: TUI, the world’s largest tourism company, lost €1.1bil (US$1.3bil) after Covid-19 wiped out revenue in the three months through June and said it was evaluating its options to achieve an optimal balance sheet structure.
LONDON: InterContinental Hotels is seeing some “very early” signs of improvement in demand after the Holiday Inn-owner’s revenue more than halved and profit slumped 82% in the first half of 2020.
LIKE the rest of us, the world’s finance industry is still wrestling with the huge uncertainty of a pandemic that doesn’t yet have an end. The sector’s reputation took a battering after the financial crisis, and it’s too early to say how things will go this time.
MELBOURNE: Oil prices climbed yesterday, supported by Saudi optimism about Asian demand and an Iraqi pledge to deepen supply cuts, although uncertainty over a deal to shore up the US economic recovery capped gains.
SYDNEY: Asian shares started cautiously on Monday as investors kept one eye on flaring tensions between the United States and China and another eye on U.S. fiscal stimulus after talks between the White House and Democrat lawmakers broke down.
WASHINGTON/LONDON/SYDNEY: Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd is seeking protection from creditors in the United States under Chapter 15 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, which allows a foreign debtor to shield assets in this country, according to a court filing on Tuesday.
SYDNEY: Australian home prices eased for a third straight month in July as the reimposition of a coronavirus lockdown in Victoria weighed on the Melbourne market and consumer sentiment generally.
Company posts 23% jump in operating profit in Q2
SYDNEY: Australia’s big banks will be allowed to pay shareholder dividends this year, albeit at a reduced level, the prudential regulator said yesterday.