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Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CPF) has recently acquired 40 per cent of the shares worth US$17.5 million in Camanor Produtos Marinhos Ltd, one of a leading shrimp farming and processors in Brazil to further expand the business into the high-growth Latin American market.
Morgan Stanley’s first-quarter results pleased investors, and the bank will continue to return capital according to plan, but uncertainty past midyear leaves the shares fairly valued.
Safety experts tracking the probe of what caused Southwest Airlines Flight 1380’s deadly midair engine failure say vulnerabilities in a fan blade and the cowling, or engine cover, have emerged as risk factors.
The second quarter expects to see another gold rally pushed by strong physical demand and the weaker US dollar, according to Boris Mikanikrezai, precious and base metals strategist at Metal Bulletin. Read Full Article at RT.com
A complaint has been filed by a coalition of human rights groups against Italian government officials and a major European arms manufacturer over their alleged involvement in the aerial bombing of Yemen. Read Full Article at RT.com
Shares in British lender CYBG dropped 7 percent after the bank pledged to increase provisions by $498 million for repaying customers mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI). Read Full Article at RT.com
Financial messaging system SWIFT will not ban Russia despite sanctions and is staying politically neutral, according to its CEO, Gottfried Leibbrandt, as quoted by Russian media. Read Full Article at RT.com
The engine failure that killed a passenger aboard a Southwest Airlines flight puts the spotlight on one of the industry’s most commonly used engines.
Aluminum prices have skyrocketed in London following the Trump administration’s decision to impose sanctions on major Russian producer Rusal. But that kind of gain may prove too much, too soon.
Whitney Wolfe Herd sounded an early alarm on Silicon Valley’s sexist culture in 2014 when she sued her former employer, the dating app Tinder, for discrimination and sexual harassment. Today she’s calling for concrete steps to improve gender inequities in the workplace.
In a preview of how Facebook is changing its privacy policies, the site will start asking European users for permission to use their personal data to power features like facial recognition and some forms of targeted advertising.
A new terminal opened at Crimea’s Simferopol International Airport on Monday, when the spaceship-like complex welcomed its first flight from Moscow. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Central Bank of Russia has sold $3.1 billion in US Treasury bills as of February, reducing its investment in American debt to the lowest level since March last year. Read Full Article at RT.com
China has retaliated in response to US tariffs with a huge levy on American sorghum crops. Beijing has accused Washington of price dumping, which is hurting Chinese farmers. Read Full Article at RT.com
Top commodity dealers in Japan have asked United Company RUSAL to stop shipping refined aluminum and other products after the Russian firm was added to the US sanctions list. Read Full Article at RT.com
The cost of aluminum futures on the London Metal Exchange has risen to its highest level since 2011. Global aluminum supplies are at risk because of US sanctions against Russian producer RUSAL. Read Full Article at RT.com
Nobel laureate Robert Shiller has taken his turn to bash bitcoin, calling the cryptocurrency more of a psychological experiment than a serious investment. Read Full Article at RT.com
Amazon may be owned by the world’s richest man, but some employees at the company pee into bottles to avoid missing their targets by going to the toilet, says an author who went undercover at the firm’s UK warehouse. Read Full Article at RT.com
Orders for Russian-made weaponry surged significantly in 2017 with Russia’s state weapons exporter clinching deals worth $15 billion with 53 nations, according to the company’s director general and CEO Aleksandr Mikheev. Read Full Article at RT.com
Sanctions against Russia are taking on an obsessive form and are aimed at driving Russian companies from international markets, according to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, responding to questions on possible further penalties. Read Full Article at RT.com
The ruble has lost nine percent of its value after Washington sanctions targeted Russian businesses. But that's not the reason for the ruble's depreciation, according to US President Donald Trump. Read Full Article at RT.com