Monday, July 28, 2014
HSBC, Deutsche Bank and Canada's Bank of Nova Scotia have been accused of conspiring to fix the price of silver in a U.S. lawsuit filed in federal court in New York.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Prices of Taiwan-made solar cells will stay low in the short term, due to the industry's traditionally slow season and weak demand in China and Japan, according to a local research firm.
Macquarie Securities has urged investors to to look closely at shares of touch panel supplier TPK Holding Co., calling it a potential bargain after the stock nearly fell below the NT$220 (US$7.33) mark.
China Steel Corp., the largest steel maker in Taiwan, is planning to kick off commercial production at its plant located in India by the end of this year.
HTC has become a less desirable brand for Chinese consumers, according a survey released Friday that asked customers what brand they would prefer for their next smartphone.
Taiwan's sound economic fundamentals are expected to continue to lend support to the local bourse, Finance Minster Chang Sheng-Ford said Saturday.
Thousands of U.S. women whose genitals might have been photographed during gynecological exams can share a US$190 million settlement from Johns Hopkins Health System. But they'll have to describe their trauma before seeing any money.
Brazil's central bank said Friday it would ease banks' reserve requirements, freeing up US$13 billion to stimulate lending and boost an economy facing its fourth year of sluggish growth.
Cyprus' international creditors said Friday that the country's bailout program is making good progress as fiscal targets have been comfortably met, welfare reform has moved forward and more steps have been taken to shore up the banking sector.
Moody's on Friday raised the debt rating of Portugal one notch to Ba1 and said it had a stable outlook, despite troubles at a major banking group.