Posted at 00:13h
The Hong Kong Monetary
Authority sold HK$2.79 billion ($360 million) worth of Hong Kong
dollars early on Wednesday after the currency hit the strong
side of its trading band.
Posted at 00:02h
Blockchain firm Ripple
sued Alphabet Inc's YouTube on Tuesday, alleging the
video-sharing platform failed to protect consumers from
cryptocurrency "giveaway" scams that use fake social media
profiles to dupe victims into sending money.
Posted at 23:31h
Online travel services company Expedia
Group Inc is in advanced talks to sell a stake to
private-equity firms Silver Lake Partners and Apollo Global
Management Inc for about $1 billion, the Wall Street
Journal reported on Tuesday.
Posted at 23:12h
Mexico's central bank
unveiled around $31 billion in support for the financial system
and cut borrowing costs on Tuesday in the country's most
decisive move yet to help the economy weather the coronavirus
Posted at 23:01h
Regular payment needed to ward off deeper crisis after virus support ends, warns cross-party group
Posted at 22:25h
Australian shares were poised to open
firmly lower on Wednesday, tracking an overnight slide on Wall
Street, as a collapse in U.S. oil prices underscored fears of a
severe economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
The local share price index futures ...
Posted at 21:30h
Uber Technologies Inc on
Tuesday launched a website to help its ride-hail and delivery
drivers navigate the intricate U.S. unemployment system, with
many gig workers still waiting to receive jobless pay provided
under a U.S. coronavirus response bill.
Posted at 21:11h
New Zealand stock exchange operator NZX
said on Wednesday it was taking steps to address
technical issues it faced in the last six trading days due to an
"around four-fold" surge in trading volumes since early 2020.
Posted at 21:08h
United Airlines Holdings Inc on
Tuesday announced a stock offering of 39.25 million shares,
sending its shares down 3% in extended trading.
Posted at 20:59h
Online lender LendingClub Corp
said on Tuesday it would lay off 460 employees, including
President Steven Allocca, as part of a restructuring plan to
slash costs amid the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.