Kaspi. kz is planning to float in the UK more than a decade after the Great Financial Crisis scuppered its previous attempt to list on the London Stock Exchange.
Switzerland is set to vote on Sunday on whether to end its agreement with the European Union that allows free movement of people between the two jurisdictions.
The World Health Organization gave China its blessing to start administering experimental coronavirus vaccines to people while clinical trials were still underway, a Chinese National Health Commission official said on Friday.
US private equity outfit Apollo Global Management and Caesars Entertainment have tabled rival cash takeover offers for bookmaker William Hill.
Durable goods orders in the US came in slightly below forecasts last month, even as those for core capital goods strengthened.
New home sales in the States jumped past forecasts last month and from a higher base on the back of upwards revisions to data for July.
The Facebook Oversight Board said it plans to launch ahead of the US presidential election in November to monitor political content on the platform.
The pace of improvement in US jobless claims slowed last week, government data showed on Thursday, as America's labour market looked to have stalled.
The International Energy Agency said that without carbon capture, utilisation and storage programs it will be impossible for governments and large companies to meet targets for the reduction of greenhouse gases.
Tesco CEO Dave Lewis said that companies and governments should take advantage of the opportunity the global pandemic has provided to tackle food waste as focus on global supplies increases.
S&P Global has cut its economic forecasts for the UK, predicting a 10% slide this year before conditions start to improve in 2021.
German business sentiment continued to improve in September but the recovery is slowing, according to a survey released by the Ifo Institute on Thursday.
The novel coronavirus will exact a much higher toll on job markets around the world than previously feared, according to the global watchdog for labour.
UK ministers warned on Wednesday that a worst case scenario post-Brexit transition period would see queues of as many as 7,000 trucks in Kent.
Huawei claimed on Wednesday that Qualcomm had applied for a US government license to sell its chips to the Chinese tech giant.
US consumer health and drugs giant Johnson & Johnson has launched the last phase of clinical trials for its Covid-19 vaccine.
German business activity increased in September driven by rising manufacturing production but growth slowed as activity weakened in the services sector.
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has warned that the "hard yards" are ahead after the number of Covid-19 cases jumped and further lockdown restrictions appeared imminent.
Europe’s top court on Tuesday backed European cities' crackdown on short-term home rentals in a move to solve the housing crunch.
UK regulators face “painful lessons” from upcoming reviews that will question how customers are and should be protected, the Financial Conduct Authority CEO said on Monday.
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