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DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's crown prince has taken a more conciliatory public stance towards Iran, trying to balance long-held animosity with economic considerations and bridge differences with Washington over how to tackle Tehran's regional behaviour.
LATE last month, the Biden administration unveiled a US$2 trillion (RM8.28 trillion) infrastructure programme that aims to modernise American infrastructure. The American Jobs Plan has four major spending components over eight to 10 years.
LONDON: Food-delivery startup Deliveroo Holdings Plc and certain holders raised £1.5bil (US$2.1bil or RM8.73bil) in an initial public offering (IPO) that has been shrouded in controversy, putting pressure on London’s efforts to boost its profile as a technology and listings hub post-Brexit.
LONDON: London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSE) plans to offer bonds in US dollars, euros and sterling in its first foray into international debt markets since 2018.
LONDON: Food-delivery startup Deliveroo Holdings Plc started taking investor orders in a share sale of as much as £1.77bil (US$2.45bil or RM10bil), marking the largest initial public offering in the UK since September.
LONDON (Reuters) - Food delivery company Deliveroo could make Britain’s biggest stock market debut since commodities giant Glencore went public nearly a decade ago, after setting a price range on Monday that values it at up to $12 billion.
LONDON (Reuters) - The "frothy" U.S. market for special purpose acquisition vehicles (SPACs) could see investors coming off "poorly", London Stock Exchange Chief Executive David Schwimmer warned on Friday after proposals for Britain to loosen SPAC listing rules.
LONDON: Britain will "modernise" its listing rules to attract more high-growth and "blank cheque" SPAC company flotations to London, Finance Minister Rishi Sunak said on Tuesday.
AT UKEC’s 4th Malaysian Student Leaders’ Summit (MSLS) in 2010, I spoke on empowering youth and lowering the voting age to 18. That has now been achieved through an Act of Parliament, though apparently some wish to undo that unanimous parliamentary decision.
LONDON/BRUSSELS, Dec. 24 (Xinhua) -- A Christmas cracker was announced Thursday as Britain and the European Union (EU) finally secured a free trade deal following nine months of tortuous negotiations.