Archive of 30 July 2019

CTO briefs NAB on financial, administrative matters

LAHORE: National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Lahore's Awareness and Prevention (A&P) Wing Tuesday took cognizance over alleged financial and management related complaints against traffic police, Lahore. A...

Italian banks approve rescue plan for Carige

MILAN: Italian banks have approved a rescue plan for ailing peer Banca Carige, the head of the FITD depositor guarantee fund said on Tuesday. "We're confident...

Gold steadies as investors await cues on future Fed rate cuts

Gold prices steadied on Tuesday, ahead of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting, as investors awaited more information on outlook for rate cuts by the...

UK PM Johnson says now up to EU to compromise on Brexit

LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday the next move in Brexit talks was up to the European Union, adding that he did...

South Korea seeks $350mn trade sanctions against US

GENEVA: South Korea is seeking an annual $350 million in trade sanctions against the United States in an Obama-era dispute over tariffs on steel pipes,...

Sterling slides again amid scramble to price no-deal Brexit

LONDON: Sterling tumbled towards $1.21 on Tuesday as growing concerns about the chances of a disorderly Brexit spurred investors to hedge or slash their exposure...

Mexican president to propose end to tax write-offs

MEXICO CITY: Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Tuesday that he will propose a constitutional change to Congress to eliminate tax write-offs, as...

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