Posted at 22:40h
Mexico's Grupo Financiero
Banorte, which owns the country's second-largest bank and
largest pension fund, reported on Thursday a 12% drop in
fourth-quarter net profits from the same quarter a year earlier.
Posted at 22:26h
German publisher Axel Springer SE
on Thursday said it planned to delist from the
Frankfurt Stock Exchange and that U.S. private equity investor
KKR will offer 63 euros per share in cash to the company.
Posted at 22:00h
JPMorgan Chase & Co Chief
Executive Officer Jamie Dimon will get a nearly 2% raise in
compensation for 2019, the Wall Street bank said on Thursday,
bringing his total pay to $31.5 million.
Posted at 21:47h
An earthquake of magnitude 5.5 struck
northern Argentina on Thursday close to the town of El Hoyo but,
the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Posted at 21:39h
Australian shares are set to rise on
Friday as comments from the World Health Organization (WHO) are
likely to alleviate some of the concerns from a coronavirus
outbreak in China, while a further slump in energy prices is
expected to cap gains.
Posted at 21:06h
The first phase of battle over
whether Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou should be
extradited to the United States wrapped up on Thursday after
four days, with lawyers for Meng challenging prosecution claims
that her alleged actions are a crime in Canada.
Posted at 20:39h
More than two years after U.S.
President Donald Trump first proposed a plan to revive the
Israeli-Palestinian peace process, it lies stalled half in and
half out of the starting blocks.
Posted at 20:35h
Wells Fargo & Co's
regulator on Thursday announced it had brought civil charges
against eight former executives, including former Chief
Executive Officer John Stumpf, marking the first federal action
against individuals for their role in the bank's three-year
sales practices scandal.
Posted at 19:51h
The Brazilian government's
interest payment bill on the national debt could fall by 417
billion reais ($100 billion) over the course of its four-year
term ending in 2022, by which time the primary budget deficit
could also be completely eliminated, a senior Economy Ministry
official said on Thursday.
Posted at 19:38h
Xerox Holdings Corp said on
Thursday it plans to nominate 11 independent candidates to HP
Inc's board, seeking to take control of the personal
computer maker after several rejections of its $33.5 billion