Posted at 12:00h
managers who pioneered green investing for decades are missing
out on some of the spoils as the sector goes mainstream and
large firms move in.
Posted at 11:59h
Sri Lankan shares hit their
highest level in more than a year on Tuesday, while the rupee
rose to a three-month peak, as former wartime defence chief
Gotabaya Rajapaksa assumed his presidential duties.
Posted at 11:55h
Chinese power generation group SDIC
is considering proceeding with an offering of global
depositary receipts (GDRs) in London under a link with the
Shanghai exchange, it said on Tuesday.
Posted at 11:48h
Kone has proposed paying a multi-billion euro breakup
fee to Thyssenkrupp in an effort to improve its
chances in an auction for the German conglomerate's elevator
business, two people familiar with the matter said.
Posted at 11:40h
The dollar snapped a three-day
losing streak against rivals on Tuesday thanks to gains in the
Swiss franc and the Japanese yen but remained trapped within
well-worn ranges before the release of minutes from the latest
U.S. central bank meeting.
Posted at 11:39h
* Customers try to withdraw money
(Adds colour from protests, situation at banks)
Posted at 11:32h
Kuwait's ruler named Sheikh Sabah
al-Khalid al-Sabah as prime minister on Tuesday, elevating him
from his role as foreign minister, after a row between ruling
family members and parliament in the Gulf state led the last
government to resign.
Posted at 11:27h
SIX Group's 2.84 billion euro
($3.13 billion) offer for Spanish bourse operator BME
is "financially attractive" for BME shareholders, SIX´s CEO said
on Tuesday, adding they would watch what happens in the future
given potential interest from other bidders.
Posted at 11:25h
intelligence (AI) firm Megvii Technology Ltd plans to seek
listing approval on Thursday for a Hong Kong initial public
offering (IPO) of at least $500 million, people with direct
knowledge of the matter said.
Posted at 11:22h
China will step up credit
support to the economy and push real lending rates lower,
central bank governor Yi Gang said on Tuesday, as policymakers
keep monetary policy accommodative to prop up slowing growth.