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The Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department has been accused of a cover-up concerning its air traffic management system, the SCMP reports.
Goldman Sachs Investment Partners is folding its London operations into the United States.
India's National Stock Exchange named Vikram Limaye, the CEO of infrastructure lender IDFC, as its new chief executive.
See which stocks are making moves after the bell.
India's central bank kept its policy rate on hold and signaled an end to its longest easing cycle since the global financial crisis.
The initial public offering for tequila maker Jose Cuervo is at least four times oversubscribed, pointing to a high-end pricing.
On CNBC's "Power Lunch," Charlie Bobrinskoy said investors have jumped into the financial sector on hopes of deregulation too fast.
Banks are facing a different regulatory landscape, one that might not be so stringent under President Trump, the chief executive said.
Traders may want to think twice before backing out of the reflation trade right now.
Lee says Trump's efforts to loosen rules that govern business will create opportunities.
As the Donald Trump train makes its way further along the twisting tracks of Washington, it's finding that the ride can get bumpy.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The reduced expectation is based on a lower-risk, lower-return asset allocation adopted by CalPERS in September and announced in December.
Global miner Rio Tinto said on Wednesday it will pay a bigger-than-expected annual dividend of $1.70 per share on the back of a strong recovery in mineral commodities markets in 2016 and cost-cutting.
The money mill that undergirds many of China's aggressive assets buying in Hong Kong may be coming to a temporary halt, the SCMP reports.
Moelis & Co has won the advisory mandate for the planned initial public offering of Saudi Aramco, the FT reports.
Kashkari said the economy has not reached the points in terms of inflation and employment that would necessitate aggressive monetary policy.
Left said the company is about to see a big decline in its core business of selling "overpriced handsets."
The CEO-worker pay ratio, included in Dodd-Frank, "was thrown in there at the behest of special interests," says ex-SEC chief Paul Atkins.
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