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KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened higher against the US dollar for the third consecutive day, taking advantage of the drifting greenback and the oil market rally.
LONDON: Stellantis NV boss Carlos Tavares’ public debut as head of the automaker formed from the merger of Fiat Chrysler and PSA Group was a testament to the delicate balancing act he has ahead.
ROME: Italy forecasts its debt to soar to a new post-war record level of 158.5% of gross domestic output (GDP) this year, surpassing the 155.6% goal it set in September, a government source told Reuters on Saturday.
LONDON/NEW YORK: A major chunk of the global recovery in companies' earnings expected in the first quarter is at risk of being pushed back further as lockdowns and mobility restrictions in several countries cloud hopes of a swifter economic rebound, investment banks said.
Ensure good connectivity and mobility, say analysts
ITALY is giving U.K. finance firms a six-month post-Brexit grace period in which they can await authorization to do business in the country as non-European Union companies, the Italian market regulator said Saturday.
Last year has been so-so. Dominated by the emergence of the pandemic Covid-19 and its adverse impact on the world at large. So much so, Covid-19 became the most used word of the year.
Brussels: A European Central Bank (ECB) push to make it easier for the region’s chronically unprofitable banks to merge is facing opposition from some national regulators, with one top official warning it could backfire and damage the integration of the financial system.
ON June 2,1992, Italy’s then-chief Treasury official, Mario Draghi, stepped aboard Queen Elizabeth II’s yacht, Britannia, docked near Rome, to ask a group of British bankers for help in slimming down the country’s bloated public sector.