Archive of 14 October 2019

Thousands protest in Ukraine against a troop pullback

The conflict has become the worst East-West crisis since the end of the Cold War and claimed 13,000 lives. President Volodymyr Zelensky is gearing...

Turkey accuses Kurdish forces of freeing IS prisoners in Syria

Turkey claims the Kurdish forces deliberately set them free. President Donald Trump on Monday rejected criticism that his decision to remove US troops from...

Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee had warned India against demonetization and sanghis are not happy

As part of note swap programme, almost 90% of India's cash was taken out of circulation by Modi’s government. Banerjee said demonetization policy seemed...

US stocks open week lower amid trade deal questions

Analysts expect companies in the S&P 500 to report a 4.1 percent drop in third-quarter results, according to Factset. The broad-based S&P 500 also...

South Africa’s rand steady on thaw in trade tensions

"The current levels of the local unit likely to attract some dollar buying interest, technically an attempt on 14.6000 remains a likely scenario" The...

Apple may launch affordable iPhone with high-end specs in early 2020

The device is expected to cost around $399. The new iPhone would pack top notch specs under the hood similar to iPhone 11, 11...

Volkswagen CEO says electric car shift won’t hurt margins

Volkswagen does not plan to cut its exposure to the Chinese market. Diess said the German car maker expected to sell nearly 20,000 Audi...

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