Tensions between Hezbollah's two
main Christian allies flared on Tuesday when one said the
other's "greed" was to blame for holding up the formation of a
new Lebanese government that is urgently needed to address a
major economic crisis.
Franklin Templeton's head of
European fixed income David Zahn said on Tuesday he has moved to
a 'short' position in UK government bonds, given expectations
the government will ramp up spending at the next budget.
The Philippines said on Tuesday a
lease contract between a unit of Chevron Corp and a
state-run firm was "grossly disadvantageous" to the government,
after a review showed the energy company had been paying a
Huawei Chief Financial Officer
Meng Wanzhou is set to return to a Vancouver court on Tuesday,
where her lawyers will build on their arguments against the U.S.
extradition request that they say is based a sanctions
violation and not bank fraud.