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OSLO: Norwegian telecoms firm Telenor, which has operations in Malaysia, has sold its Myanmar business, blaming the difficulties of operating under the military junta and dealing a blow to activists who say they relied on the only Western operator for communications.
STOCKHOLM: In Sweden, where green bonds were pioneered, a warning from the financial regulator that it may not have the necessary tools to enforce new European Union (EU) sustainability rules has members of the financial industry voicing frustration and dismay.
ABU DHABI: The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority added another senior hire to its in-house data analysis and artificial intelligence team, set up by the sovereign fund to develop new investment strategies.
FRANKFURT: Two of Europe’s most indebted nations are gearing up to test investor appetite for their bonds as an economic recovery begins to lift yields from historically low levels.
Economists predict 500bil will be added in December
Officials prepare for clash of clans on next stimulus move
COPENHAGEN: The bank at the centre of Europe’s worst ever money laundering scandal has yet to fully address the corporate culture issues that led it astray in the first place.
HELSINKI, Sept. 9 (Xinhua) -- The decline in Finland's tourism revenues this year has been lower than expected, according to figures published by the Finnish Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment on Wednesday.
COPENHAGEN: Danske Bank A/S may need to cut at least 1,000 jobs if it’s to meet its latest cost goals, according to analysts monitoring the lender.