05 November – 09 November
Indonesia’s economy grew slightly faster than expected during the third quarter but exports looked set to exert an ongoing drag on the country’s economy in the year ahead.
Halloween has been and gone but Amazon’s plan to offer free shipping to all its US customers during the holiday season has spooked investors.
Mylan, the maker of the EpiPen, on Monday reported mixed quarterly financial results as weaker regional sales of the company’s flagship product weighed on revenue.
A fintech company that aims to open the controversial practice of securities lending to a much wider market of investors has begun targeting asset managers.
The Reserve Bank of Australia held rates again at its November meeting, in line with expectations.
Tobacco giant Imperial is betting on ecigarettes to drive sales as demand for traditional combustibles declines, with “next generation” alternatives expected to contribute to profits by the end of next year.
Ofgem has finalised the level of a price cap on energy bills which it said will save money for 11m customers on poor value tariffs.
Royal Bank of Scotland has become the first of the UK’s big high street lenders to open a standalone digital bank, with the launch of a new business-focused current account that will be run independently of its traditional brands.