Morgan Stanley’s drive into a lucrative niche in the foreign-exchange market has hit a major road block.
Qatargas’ liquefied natural gas (LNG) production is on target achieving the “best in class” reliability performance of 98.8%
Opec+ said it will adjust its output target and redistribute production cuts between its members.
The European Union’s trade chief signalled that post-Brexit Britain and the EU would struggle to reach a free-trade agreement before the end of 2020, highlighting the persistent risk of UK commercial ties with the bloc being severed in a disruptive way.
Nonfarm payrolls increase 266,000 in November; unemployment rate falls to 3.5% from 3.6%; average hourly earnings rise 0.2%
On wasteland once used for earthquake drills in the small town of Otawara north of Tokyo, Japanese giant Shiseido has built its first domestic factory in 36 years, hoping to capitalise on a boom for “Made in Japan” cosmetics.
China will keep its economic growth within a reasonable range in 2020, with more “forward-looking, targeted and effective” policies that also fend off risks, a top decision-making body of the ruling Communist Party said yesterday.
In a positive gesture, China said yesterday that it will waive import tariffs for some soybeans and meat shipments from the United States, as the two sides try to thrash out a broader agreement to defuse their protracted trade war.
SoftBank Group Corp founder Masayoshi Son unveiled a $184mn initiative yesterday to accelerate artificial intelligence research in Japan, enlisting Alibaba’s Jack Ma to expound on his goal of commercialising the technology.
Samsung Electronics Co’s response to Apple Inc’s much-improved iPhone 11 cameras is going to be a giant photographic arsenal strapped to the back of its 2020 flagship phones.