U.N. Secretary-General Antonio
Guterres on Monday removed a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition
from a U.N. blacklist, several years after it was first named
and shamed for killing and injuring children in Yemen.
The New York Stock Exchange will allow a
limited number of market makers to return to its trading floor
on Wednesday, a spokesperson said, nearly three months after
closing it due to the coronavirus pandemic.
German financial markets
regulator BaFin on Monday said that shares in chip maker
Infineon were being touted illegally using the
company's logo by an unknown investor who had failed to publish
an offer prospectus.
Ukraine's Supreme Court on Monday
ruled in favour of the government in a major case surrounding
the country's largest lender, PrivatBank, which means the
government does not have to repay more than $37 million to two
Vatican prosecutors on
Monday provisionally released Gianluigi Torzi, an Italian
middleman in a controversial deal in which the Vatican used
Church money to purchase a luxury building in London as an