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Hong Kong unveiled a record budget deficit on Wednesday, pledging cash handouts to residents and business tax breaks to soften the blow to the recession-hit economy from often-violent protests and the coronavirus. Its ample fiscal reserves, however, allow it to run annual budget deficits during periods
France's Thales on Wednesday predicted a return to tangible top-line growth from next year as 2019 revenues and profits crept up in line with expectations, propped up by rising defence and security demand. Europe's largest defence electronics manufacturer said demand for fighter and warship
The coronavirus outbreak has weighed on China's economy and BHP Group warned earlier this month that demand this year could take a hit if the fallout extended beyond March. The world's top iron ore producer said underlying earnings for the full year ended Dec. 31 rose to $10.37 billion (7.99
European companies are expected to report a 1.2% fall in profits year-on-year in the fourth quarter, according to I/B/E/S Refinitiv data, a bigger drop than previously expected which would keep them stuck in a year-long earnings recession. Companies listed on the pan-European STOXX 600 index had been
IFS urges Rishi Sunak to raise taxes in budget to fund spending spree. Thinktank says taxes hike in budget needed or chancellor risks breaking borrowing rules
Feb.26 -- Hong Kong Financial Secretary Paul Chan delivers the government's budget and talks about the economy. Chan announced a HK$120 billion ($15.4 billion) relief package, in an effort to shore up economic confidence in a city battered by political unrest and the coronavirus. (Translated excerpts
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEX) warned the coronavirus outbreak had brought renewed uncertainty to its business, as it shrugged off political turmoil at home and abroad to post a small rise in annual profit on Wednesday. A good market for initial public offerings and strong revenue from
On March 25, an advocacy group called The Committee for Better Banks will participate in a House Financial Services Committee hearing titled "Holding Wells Fargo Accountable: Examining the Impact of the Bank's Toxic Culture on Its Employees." Two bank workers plan to testify. The group
Woodside will hold a 73.5% stake in each of the titles, while BHP will hold the remaining 26.5%. Woodside earlier held a 75% stake in the W-1-R permit, while the W-62-R was held 50% each by BHP and Woodside. Woodside has been looking to line up gas sales and sell down part of its stake in Scarborough
Feb.25 -- Laura Fitzsimmons, executive director at JPMorgan Australia, talks about the yuan, the dollar and Federal Reserve policy. She also discusses the outlook for commodity currencies and Reserve Bank of Australia policy. She speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets
Feb.25 -- Peggy Choi, founder and chief executive officer of Lynk, a knowledge-sharing platform, talks about her business. One of the company's core offerings is Lynk Enterprise, which connects business users with experience and knowledge to those who seek to be more informed. Lynk raised a total
Feb.25 -- China reports 406 additional coronavirus cases on Feb. 25, bringing the total to 78,064. The death toll rises by 52 to 2,715, China’s National Health Commission says in statement. Tom Mackenzie reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Australia's largest supermarket chain Woolworths Group Ltd posted a jump in first half profit as promotional giveaways lured shoppers, but warned of softer trading ahead as drought and months of bushfires hurt the quality of its produce. Shares of Woolworths fell 3% by midafternoon, more than a
Feb.25 -- Pony.ai CEO James Peng says the $400 million raised from Toyota will help the company commercialise its autonomous vehicle technology. Peng spoke to Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow in San Francisco.
HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) - Autonomous driving firm Pony.ai said on Wednesday it has raised $462 million (425 million pounds) in its latest funding round, led by an investment by Japan's largest automaker Toyota Motor Corp. Toyota invested around $400 million in the round, Pony.ai said in a statement
Hong Kong's economy is expected to expand at an average growth rate of 2.8% in real terms from 2021-2024, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said on Wednesday, as he announced his budget for the Asia financial hub. Chan also forecast 2020 gross domestic product to range between a contraction of 1.5%
TOKYO/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Japan's Panasonic Corp is considering pulling out of solar cell production at Tesla Inc's plant in New York, said people with direct knowledge of the matter, raising uncertainty over the U.S. firm's struggling solar business. Panasonic will retain its automotive
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday a "technical error" on its U.K. website temporarily exposed the personal data of about 150 users. The South Korean manufacturer said it stopped all users logging into the site after it became aware of the error, which it said has since been resolved
Crude prices inched higher on Wednesday as investors covered short positions after three sessions of losses and eyed potential supply cuts, even as fears of a coronavirus pandemic deepened. Brent crude rose 33 cents, or 0.6%, to $55.28 a barrel by 0513 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude
Climate activists are preparing to shut down a coal mine for three days in protest at expansion plans.Extinction Rebellion (XR) is joining forces with local campaigners to blockade the open-cast coal mine in County Durham on Wedesday.
A report by think-tank Demos supported by Google found that many people have used online learning to pick up new skills to earn a pay rise.