By John Revill ZURICH (Reuters) – Shares of Swiss private bank Julius Baer dropped nearly 5% in early trading on Monday after it said client activity had continued to slow during the year.
(Refiles to fix dateline) By Saeed Azhar and Davide Barbuscia DUBAI (Reuters) -Abu Dhabi state investor Mubadala, which manages $243 billion in assets, expects no change in its investment strategy and
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Norway’s Telenor ASA on Monday said it would set up a venture capital fund with Thailand’s True Corporation Pcl with a size of up to $200 million.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Billionaire investor Kenneth Griffin outbid on online cryptocurrency group to buy a first-edition copy of the U.S.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China is set to keep its benchmark lending rate steady at its monthly fixing on Monday, a Reuters survey showed, as policymakers seek to limit risk taking in the property sector.
By Mark Miller (Reuters) – The Social Security Administration has announced plans to begin reopening its vast national network of field offices to the public in January following a 20-month COVID-19
By Howard Schneider and Mark John WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Huge spending by governments kept the world economy afloat during the pandemic as officials mobilized a fiscal response not seen since World
By Shashwat Awasthi (Reuters) – Bullish bets on the Chinese yuan hit a more than five-month high despite risks from a slowing property sector, while the prospect of an economic rebound led investors
BOSTON (Reuters) – Two leading U.S. sustainable-business groups on Wednesday said they have merged to improve services and advocacy and to help members find better investment opportunities.