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Tesla shares fall after CEO Musk abuses British caver
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* Retailers cut hours after S.Korea reduces maximum work week
* Spreadbetters expect European stocks to open a touch higher
Chinese online group discounter Pinduoduo plans to raise up to $1.63 billion from a U.S. listing, its latest filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange showed, in what would be the second-biggest U.S. float by a Chinese firm this year.
President Moon Jae-in wants South Koreans to work less and earn more – and to achieve that his government has hiked the minimum wage and slashed the maximum length of the working week. But Heo Jeong, who serves barley tea samples at a Lotte Mart store in...
Asian stocks were mostly lower on Tuesday, with a sharp decline in crude oil prices weighing on energy shares, while the dollar dipped ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's first U.S. congressional testimony.
Investors have remained cool on IFG despite the Irish-founded financial services group being touted as a potential beneficiary of a shake-up of the UK’s £500bn (€565m) investment funds platforms sector.
NKorean leader blasts local officials over unfinished hydroelectric plant as he struggles to boost the economy
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Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening up 10 points at 7,611, according to financial bookmakers. * MARKS & SPENCER: British retailer Marks & Spencer said on Monday it would cut 351 jobs at stores across the country, seeking to make savings...
Irish exploration company, United Oil and Gas, is considering applying for further UK licences, as part of that country’s latest North Sea licensing round.
The ECB has advertised for a new bank supervisory chief, looking for an expert to oversee a sector still weighed down by bad loans and weak profitability following the bloc’s debt crisis.
Ray says he'll pitch a tent in "a park, or under a bridge" when he is evicted from the Hobart Showgrounds for the looming agricultural show, along with others who are suffering amid Hobart's housing crisis.