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The Australian and New Zealand dollar plunged on heavy selling pressures amid disappointing economic data from China. The Aussie fell almost 1% to 0.7160 against the greenback, the lowest level since early November, while the Kiwie ga...
Shares in GAM Holding AG fell nearly 30% on Thursday as the crisis-hit Swiss money manager forecast a huge loss, scrapped its dividend and unveiled job losses. GAM has been fighting investor withdrawals and the loss of more than three-quarters of its stock market value since it announced the...
The European Central Bank’s monetary policy statement, to be published at 1.45 pm today, is expected not to change rates. It is expected to end Quantitative Easing, bond purchases of EUR 15 billion per month. Further tightening is unl...
Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN.EB) on Wednesday moved to shore up confidence among investors by launching a share buyback of up to three billion Swiss francs over the next two years, as the Swiss banking giant confronts a steep drop in its share price this year. The Swiss banking giant will buy at...
WPP PLC (WPP.LN) Chief Executive Mark Read set out his vision for a turnaround on Tuesday, a strategy he hopes will make the world's largest advertising company easier for clients to work with and better-positioned to contend with the rapidly-changing marketing landscape. The company said it...
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