Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Britain's Rolls-Royce is cooperating with investigators in a massive corruption scandal involving corruption at Brazilian state oil giant Petrobras, a spokesman said on Sunday.
Inflation in the 19-country eurozone was unchanged at 0.2 percent in August, official data showed Monday, slightly higher than analysts expected.
Scotland's Faslane naval base is to receive £500 million (US$770 million) in investment over 10 years, the British government announced on Sunday.
Mainland Chinese stocks sank again Monday, dragging most other Asian bourses lower amid uncertainty over U.S. interest rates, reviving fears of a broader global economic slowdown that has rocked the world's financial markets.
The U.S. dollar slipped against the yen and euro Monday on fears that mainland China's economic malaise could drag on global growth, reversing a rally that had been fueled by hopes of a September U.S. rate rise.
Oil prices fell in Asia Monday, coming under pressure as dealers took profits from huge gains in the previous session and tried to gauge the outlook for the U.S. economy and its taste for crude.
Russian oil giant Rosneft on Monday said its net profit fell by 22 percent in the second quarter from a year earlier, a stronger result than expected as the weak ruble partly offset falling oil prices.
Monday, August 31, 2015
Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. took the lead in the Philippines' big-screen phone market during the second quarter of 2015 thanks to the launch of its 5.5-inch ZenFone 2 smartphone in April.
Taipei city councillors on Sunday called on Tai Chi-chuan, chairman of EasyCard Corp., to resign over the controversy surrounding the company's use of a Japanese porn star's photos on the cover of its stored value cards.