Asian stock market showed a mixed response due to long Easter weekend; crude prices increased as there were reports of US ending waivers on Iranian oil exports. Meanwhile, Nikkei was slightly high, and trade was sloppy due to the Golden week holiday.   In the market Stocks: The
Sudan has been in turmoil for quite some time now, and it started ever since the President of the country Omar al-Bashir was toppled after countrywide protests against his regime. After his ouster, the military in Sudan assumed power in the country but assuming power
Citigroup reported its earnings on Monday and said that it was higher than it expected despite revenue decline. Earnings were higher as the lender partook cost-cutting measures like cutting lender costs, expenses, etc. It also expanded its business in investment banking which resulted in better
Afghanistan has been ravaged by war and civil unrest for the better part of four decades, but a peace process is underway in the country and while it is far from certain whether the process will be successful; the country is seeking investments in a
German banking major Commerzbank has been in the news over the past few months for a variety of reasons but one of the most damaging narratives that surfaced last week implied that members of the board were not happy with the current chief executive of
For decades, some of the biggest retailers in the world resisted and found the growing might of Amazon all over the world, as the online retail giant turned into the fabled ‘everything store’. However, the dominance of the online retail behemoth, its global presence, its
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