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REPAINTNG your home is always a major endeavour. Having invested so much into the paint and other materials, plus time and effort into giving your home a facelift, you would definitely expect to get the results you want.
LONDON: European stocks rose on Monday as a jump in carmaker Stellantis and luxury stocks helped reverse early market losses due to worries about an economic recovery and losses in French grocer Carrefour.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Dutch lawmakers have launched an inquiry into how to make multinationals pay their fair share of tax, after public criticism that government reforms do not go far enough.
NEW YORK: Wall Street closed higher on Wednesday as investor optimism was stoked over hopes the United States and China could iron out a trade deal, and benign inflation data suggested the Federal Reserve would hold interest rates steady in the near term
WASHINGTON: US quarterly earnings reports this month were supposed to give investors clarity about the health of Wall Street’s rally this year.
Four decades ago as a young engineer working for Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd, Patrick Thomas helped install one of the sector’s first digital computer systems: a mahogany-encased machine now on display in a science museum.
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LONDON: Akzo Nobel NV is selling its specialty chemicals unit to US private equity firm Carlyle Group for 10.1 billion euros (US$12.5bil) in a deal set to transform the Dutch company into a supplier of paints and coatings.