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    In Move to Amsterdam From London, EU Agency Pushes to Keep Staff


    The European Medicines Agencys almost 900 employees shouldnt be too disoriented when they move to Amsterdam from London: most people speak English, drink beer and it rains a...

    The European Medicines Agencys almost 900 employees shouldnt be too disoriented when they move to Amsterdam from London: most people speak English, drink beer and it rains a lot.

    RBA's Lowe Says No Strong Case for Rates to Move in Near Term


    Australias central bank chief said spare capacity in the economy and weak inflation mean interest-rate moves are off the table in the near-term, even as he reiterated the next one would likely be a...

    Australias central bank chief said spare capacity in the economy and weak inflation mean interest-rate moves are off the table in the near-term, even as he reiterated the next one would likely be a hike.

    Opening for Capitol Hill Bank Chief Requires Tapping Swamp Cash


    In the fractious U.S. capital, everyone can agree on this: Being chairman of the House Financial Services Committee is a cushy...

    In the fractious U.S. capital, everyone can agree on this: Being chairman of the House Financial Services Committee is a cushy gig.

    Nafta Talks Sputter as Parties Reject U.S. Hard Line


    The quest to renew Nafta is slowing to a crawl as Canada and Mexico tiptoe around Americas most controversial proposals, throwing into doubt the ability of the three nations to reach a quick...

    The quest to renew Nafta is slowing to a crawl as Canada and Mexico tiptoe around Americas most controversial proposals, throwing into doubt the ability of the three nations to reach a quick deal.

    Citi and BNP Seen as Less Risky in Global Regulators' Ranking


    Citigroup Inc. and BNP Paribas SA fell in global regulators ranking of banks that pose the biggest threat to the financial system, as authorities recommended they face lower capital...

    Citigroup Inc. and BNP Paribas SA fell in global regulators ranking of banks that pose the biggest threat to the financial system, as authorities recommended they face lower capital surcharges.

    Demand for Gold in China Lifts Profit at World's Largest Jeweler


    Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd.s profit increased for a second consecutive six-month period as demand for gold products lifted sales at the worlds leading jewelry...

    Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd.s profit increased for a second consecutive six-month period as demand for gold products lifted sales at the worlds leading jewelry retailer.

    Saudi Wealth Fund Is Said to Take Over Struggling Financial Hub


    Saudi Arabias sovereign wealth fund finalized a deal to take ownership of Riyadhs $10 billion unfinished financial hub as the government attempts to revive the project, according to people familiar with the...

    Saudi Arabias sovereign wealth fund finalized a deal to take ownership of Riyadhs $10 billion unfinished financial hub as the government attempts to revive the project, according to people familiar with the matter.

    Tencent's $292 Billion Rally Ousts Facebook From Global Top Five


    Tencent Holdings Ltd. has surpassed Facebook Inc. in market value, becoming the first Chinese technology company to join the ranks of the worlds five largest...

    Tencent Holdings Ltd. has surpassed Facebook Inc. in market value, becoming the first Chinese technology company to join the ranks of the worlds five largest corporations.

    Swiss Watch Exports Have Biggest Monthly Gain Since 2013


    Swiss watch exports rose at the fastest monthly pace in more than four years in October, helped by an easy comparison with last year and fueled by Asian demand for higher-priced...

    Swiss watch exports rose at the fastest monthly pace in more than four years in October, helped by an easy comparison with last year and fueled by Asian demand for higher-priced timepieces.

    Brexit Bulletin: Stepping Forward


    Sign up to receive the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox, and follow @Brexit on...

    Sign up to receive the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox, and follow @Brexit on Twitter.

    South Africa Panel Asks Treasury to Probe Welfare Agency


    South Africas National Treasury should investigate the conduct of officials at the welfare agency and the Social Development department for possible prosecution, according to a panel appointed by the Constitutional...

    South Africas National Treasury should investigate the conduct of officials at the welfare agency and the Social Development department for possible prosecution, according to a panel appointed by the Constitutional Court.

    EasyJet Sees Winter Price Boost Following Monarch Collapse


    EasyJet Plc predicted a gain in prices this winter after earlier forecasting a decline as the collapse of rivals including U.K.-based Monarch Airlines Ltd. removes excess capacity in some of its biggest...

    EasyJet Plc predicted a gain in prices this winter after earlier forecasting a decline as the collapse of rivals including U.K.-based Monarch Airlines Ltd. removes excess capacity in some of its biggest markets.

    Alwaleed's $1 Billion Loan for Fransi Stake Is Said on Hold


    Kingdom Holding Co.s plan to raise about $1 billion in loans is on hold after its owner Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal was detained as part of the countrys anti-corruption drive, people familiar with the matter...

    Kingdom Holding Co.s plan to raise about $1 billion in loans is on hold after its owner Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal was detained as part of the countrys anti-corruption drive, people familiar with the matter said.

    Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa Asks President Robert Mugabe to Resign


    The new leader of Zimbabwes ruling party asked Robert Mugabe to resign as president of the southern African...

    The new leader of Zimbabwes ruling party asked Robert Mugabe to resign as president of the southern African nation.

    Mugabe's Woes Wipe Out $5 Billion From Zimbabwe's Skewed Stocks


    Investors dumped Zimbabwean stocks every day since the military seized power on optimism that 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe will be forced to step...

    Investors dumped Zimbabwean stocks every day since the military seized power on optimism that 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe will be forced to step down.

    U.S. Vows Tough Sanctions If South Sudan Doesn't End Conflict


    The U.S. will enact far-reaching sanctions on South Sudanese officials and rebel leaders if they undermine new talks seeking to end a four-year civil war, the top American diplomat in the country...

    The U.S. will enact far-reaching sanctions on South Sudanese officials and rebel leaders if they undermine new talks seeking to end a four-year civil war, the top American diplomat in the country said.

    Tencent Just Overtook Facebook in Market Value: Chart


    Tencent Holdings Ltd. surpassed Facebook Inc. in market value, becoming the worlds fifth-largest publicly traded company. The Chinese social networking giant, operator of the ubiquitous WeChat messaging service, was valued at $528 billion as of 1:51 p.m...

    Tencent Holdings Ltd. surpassed Facebook Inc. in market value, becoming the worlds fifth-largest publicly traded company. The Chinese social networking giant, operator of the ubiquitous WeChat messaging service, was valued at $528 billion as of 1:51 p.m i

    Rockefeller's Art Collection to Get First Auction Viewing in Hong Kong


    Art collectors in Asia will get the first look at masterpieces from the late David Rockefellers trove -- including works by Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet -- which will be sold at auction next...

    Art collectors in Asia will get the first look at masterpieces from the late David Rockefellers trove -- including works by Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet -- which will be sold at auction next year.

    Indonesian Court Orders Goldman to Pay $24 Million to Tycoon


    An Indonesian court ruled against Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and ordered it to return shares of PT Hanson International to its founder Benny...

    An Indonesian court ruled against Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and ordered it to return shares of PT Hanson International to its founder Benny Tjokrosaputro.