Saturday 28 November, 2020
Edition: English (UK)
Times Publications
Category Archives: Global Trade and Business

The US President says he is directing his team to cooperate on the transition but is vowing to keep up the fight Donald Trump has directed his team to cooperate with an incoming President-elect Joe Biden administration after the General Services...

Oil prices climbed on Wednesday as hopes of an effective COVID-19 vaccine continued to bolster sentiment and an industry report showed U.S. crude inventories fell more than expected. From Reuters Brent crude rose $1.17, or 2.7%, to $44.78 a...

UK government may have left it too late for businesses to prepare properly for the end of free movement of goods to and from the European Union, an influential group of lawmakers told media. The British parliament’s Treasury Committee has...

Plans for an underwater data cable between Los Angeles and Hong Kong have been dropped after the US government expressed fears that China could steal data from it. By BBC News Facebook, Google and Amazon are among the US tech firms involved...

Stock markets across the globe are suffering their worst week since the global financial crisis of 2008 as fears over the impact of the coronavirus continue to grip investors. Markets in Europe fell sharply on Friday, with London’s FTSE...

News from Reuters, Britain wants a durable relationship with the European Union for “decades to come” in financial services as part of a new free trade agreement with the bloc, Britain’s finance minister Sajid Javid said today Britain...

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared the coronavirus outbreak a global public health emergency after the deaths of over 200 people in China and the spread of the disease across the globe. From Sky News More than...

The 15th World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention held its opening ceremony at the London ExCel International Convention and Exhibition Center yesterday. More 2500 Chinese business delegates and over 500 special guests from 60 countries...

A no-deal Brexit would hurt Britain more than the rest of Europe no matter how much Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government pretends otherwise, outgoing European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in remarks published on...

Deutsche Bank employees around the world were sent home shortly after arriving on Monday as the lender began implementing a plan to sack 18,000 staff’s job and drastically to reduce its investment banking division. The chief executive of Deutsche Bank has reprimanded the senior members of staff at the ailing German lender who invited...