In a bid to ease market fears about its debt levels, Glencore revealed details of its financing plans in a published statement Tuesday.» Read More
An IMF mission said that authorities look forward to broad participation of eurobond holders in Ukraine's recently launched debt exchange.
The first brokers to face prosecution in the global Libor investigation over allegations they helped traders to manipulate the rate will go on trial this week in London, the FT reports.
Portugal's center-right government has won re-election but its failure to get a majority raises the prospect of political uncertainty.
Volkswagen's decision to nominate a long-serving executive as chairman has thrown more scrutiny on the carmaker's corporate governance and culture, the FT reports.
Fears of a "Grexit," the correction in Chinese stocks and uncertainty about the timing of a U.S. rate hike have caused fund sales to falter, the FT reports.
U.S. President Barack Obama warned Russia on Friday that its bombing campaign against Syrian rebels would suck Moscow into a "quagmire," after a third straight day of air raids.
Experian suffered its biggest one-day fall in more than a year after hackers stole the personal details of up to 15m T-Mobile US customers. The FT reports.
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Analysts are warning that the VW scandal could hamper growth in emerging parts of Europe.
A coalition of western and Middle Eastern states have denounced the recent Russian airstrikes Syria as the Kremlin announced a prolonged campaign.
Spain's debt rating was upgraded one notch by rating agency S&P's on Friday, which said a strengthening economy would benefit public finances.
EPA officials have not formally ordered a recall of 482,000 VW products, but that step is likely to take place, according to an EPA spokesperson.
The calls come amid probes by the DOJ and the Swiss Attorney General's Office into corruption at FIFA after the indictment of 14 execs in May.
Glencore has fought this week to reassure investors, employees and counterparties on its financing, with mixed results.
A modest start to October for world stock markets suggest risk appetite may be resurfacing after a quarter marked by fear and risk aversion.
Volkswagen may be an even bigger risk for investors, as a key part of its business apart from cars is threatened by the diesel emissions scandal.
The firm that triggered a massive share price crash for Glencore this week believes it's too early to relax over the commodity giant's financing.
Russia has bombed a CIA-trained Syrian rebel group, pitting itself against the US in a Middle East conflict for the first time since the Cold War.
Volkwagen's U.S. chief will testify on October 8 before a U.S. congressional oversight panel about the German automaker's emissions cheating scandal.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron said his administration would not make reparations for the country's role in the Caribbean slave trade.
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