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Jul 20, 2024
WASHINGTON — Moody's said recently that it has upgraded Turkey's credit rating on improved governance and progress on inflation, while maintaining the country's outlook as "positive."The shift came as Turkey battles a cost-of-living crisis that prompted President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to drop his opposition to interest rate hikes as a means of tackl ...
Jul 18, 2024

BEIJING — China's leadership vowed Thursday to "resolve risks" plaguing the economy, ...
Jul 17, 2024
MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday warned about cryptocurrency mi ...
Jul 16, 2024
BAGHDAD — Iraqi authorities called on international private sector companies to bid for the expansion and operation of Baghdad's internation ...
Jul 15, 2024
BEIJING — China posted lower than expected growth in the second quarter on Monday, with all eyes on how top officials gathering for a key me ...
Jul 14, 2024
FRANKFURT, Germany — German airline giant Lufthansa slashed its 2024 profit forecast recently after a weak second quarter and launched a "tu ...
Jul 13, 2024
AMMAN — The Kingdom’s instant payment service CliQ, recorded 32.9 million transactions, worth JD4.95 billion during the first half of 2024, ...
Jul 12, 2024
PARIS — The International Energy Agency trimmed its forecasts on Thursday as it said world oil demand growth continues to slow and consumpti ...
Jul 11, 2024
DUBAI — Energy majors TotalEnergies, Shell and BP will each take a 10 per cent stake in a liquefied natural gas project in the United Arab E ...
Jul 10, 2024
LONDON — Britain's embattled Thames Water on Tuesday said its debt continues to rise despite increased revenues, leaving the group with cash ...
Jul 08, 2024
ISTANBUL — China's electric vehicle (EV) giant BYD on Monday signed an agreement with Turkey to open a plant in the country in a move that w ...
Jul 08, 2024
MADRID — Shareholders in Spanish banking giant BBVA on Friday approved a capital increase needed to pursue its hostile takeover of its small ...
Jul 06, 2024
HONG KONG — The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) fined the local arm of Singapore's DBS Bank HK$10 million ($1.3 million) for breaches of ...

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