The Nordic business of Thomas
Cook, the world's oldest travel firm which collapsed five weeks
ago, expects to have a buyer by Christmas after attracting
several bids and interest from over 10 parties, a spokeswoman
said on Monday.
Bank lending to euro zone
companies fell last month with all big countries recording
drops, suggesting that the bloc's economic slowdown is
increasingly persistent and widespread, data from the European
Central Bank showed on Monday.
Most Southeast Asian stock markets edged
higher on Monday fuelled by hopes that a partial Sino-U.S. trade
deal was on track to be signed between Washington and Beijing in
Officials from the United States and China said they were
"close to finalising" some parts of...
Britain and China are building
the foundations for strong future cooperation in financial
services as the UK readies to leave the European Union, H.E. Liu
Xiaoming, China's ambassador to Britain, said on Monday.
Governments in emerging markets
must have greater say in the regulation of digital currencies
that could facilitate illegal capital flows and disrupt foreign
exchange management, a senior official of China's foreign
exchange regulator said on Monday.