Le Pen: If elected, will consider lifting sanctions against Russia
The leader of the French far-right party "National front" Marine Le Pen said on Friday after meeting with President Vladimir Putin in...
Review: U.S. stocks slightly higher ahead of healthcare bill vote
U.S. stocks opened slightly higher on Friday, supported by a gain in the shares of technology companies ahead of the adoption of the health bill,...
Samsung Electronics chief apologized
"I am sorry for the scandal," said Oh-hyun Kwon chief executive at the company annual meeting in Seoul.
Amazon wins $1.5 billion tax case with IRS
Amazon.com won a case against the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which had insisted on paying-off by the company additional taxes worth...
Review: U.S. dollar rising prospect
On Friday, U.S. dollar showed a little lost ground amid signs of a pending vote on the healthcare bill.
Citigroup plans to close three of its four offices in London
Citigroup plans to close most London branches. The U.S. lender will close offices in the City (Paternoster House, St Paul's Churchyard),...
Review: Asian stock markets
Asian stock markets closed mixed on Friday, as key U.S. health care system was delayed and the President of the United States Donald Trump called...
BOJ governor says 'no reason' to reduce monetary incentive
Governor of the Bank of Japan Haruhiko Kuroda said there is "no reason" to withdraw the policy of quantitative easing and to reduce...
PwC to pay several billion for the settlement of the case of audit errors
The consulting company PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has agreed on a pre-trial settlement of the bankruptcy case of its former client MF Global.
Review: European stocks are in red zone
European major stock markets began trading in the red zone: FTSE 7339.30 -1.41 -0.02%, DAX 12028.48 -11.20 -0.09%, CAC 5014.44 -18.32 -0.36%.
Review: Wall Street in anticipation of a vote on Trump's alternative health plan
After a sharp fall in the middle of the week, Wall Street had entered into standby mode on Thursday.
Review: Cautiousness declines in Asia as yen falls
Caution during trading sessions in the U.S. did not spread to Asia, as the yen weakened and shares rose.
Accenture: rising costs affects on profit
Management consulting and professional services company Accenture Plc reported a decrease in quarterly profit on Thursday, due to higher costs.
Review: Barclays the latest big bank to back off euro below parity with dollar forecast
Barclays became the latest big foreign exchange trading bank to refuse its estimation that the euro to drop below parity with the greenback,...
Ford waits lower profit in Q1
Ford Motor Co (F. N) said on Thursday that it expects lower in the first quarter profit and lower pretax profits in 2017 due to the increase in...