Ukraine's Oschadbank has been
awarded $1.3 billion by an international arbitration court in
respect of the bank's claims against Russia to compensate for
loss of business and assets in Crimea following Moscow's
annexation of the peninsula in 2014.
Banks in Slovenia had a joint
net profit of 382.2 million euros ($432.54 million) in the
first nine months of 2018 versus 343.1 million euros a year ago,
the Bank of Slovenia said in a report on Tuesday.
In the home he shared
with 11 relatives, Mohammed Abd al-Hamid had no room to start a
family. But since he put up a house on a nearby field in 2016,
he has paid $4,500 in fines for building on agricultural land.
Britain's Financial Conduct
Authority will punish firms that are failing to get the basics
right on cyber defences, or whose botched IT projects harm
consumers, a senior official at the markets watchdog said on
Prime Minister Theresa May began
a tour of the United Kingdom to drum up support for her Brexit
divorce deal with the European Union, while her deputy said on
Tuesday parliament might reject it if asked to vote on it now.
Saudi Arabian dairy company
Almarai has postponed a sale of international Islamic
bonds because it faced having to pay a higher interest rate
after the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, banking
sources familiar with the matter said.