Kenya's Parliament has repealed its cap on the lending rate for banks, a move that is anticipated to boost business activity and economic growth in the East African nation.
Huawei and other Chinese tech companies will be subject to tough restrictions from the United States irrespective of any future trade deal, an economist told CNBC Tuesday.
Shares of biotech company CK Life Sciences soared more than 200% last week on news that the Hong Kong-based firm has made significant headway in a skin cancer drug trial.
She made her comments during a regular media address a day after Hong Kong saw the most violent day since the protests started nearly six months ago.
Jack Lee, managing partner of HCM Capital, said China has "all the system and the network ready" for its central bank to issue a national digital currency.
Venture capital firm Balderton Capital has raised a new $400 million fund, which will be used to invest in early-stage European start-ups.
RCEP involves 10 Southeast Asian countries and five of their major trading partners: China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea.
The comments come as violence in Hong Kong's anti-Beijing protests intensifies, with a protester shot by police and reports of a man set on fire.
BP CEO Bob Dudley says he's 'alarmed' to hear words like "extinction, crisis, and emergency."
European leaders need to "wake up" and act amid a "considerable" risk that the European Union will disappear, French President Emmanuel Macron has warned in an interview with The Economist.
Oil is a "broken barometer" and a "lagging indicator of Middle East stress," said Helima Croft, the managing director and global head of commodity strategy at RBC Capital Markets.
Protests in Hong Kong, which have lasted more than five months, have hurt the city's retail and tourism industries.
Protests in Hong Kong took a violent turn Monday, exacerbating an already volatile situation.
Since launching last year, Sweden's Voi has brought in 4 million users who have taken 14 million rides.
In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng index declined 2.6% as political turmoil in the city worsened. At least two protesters were said to be injured when local police opened fire on Monday at mass demonstrations.
The world's biggest oil company released a prospectus Saturday, providing further information but without revealing the precise size of its planned share offering.
The world's billionaire population continues to swell, despite the uber wealthy taking a hit to their bank balances last year, a new study has found.
Ray Dalio took to Twitter to explain he is "impressed" by Modi's ability to bring together Indians by "helping the full range of people, from those who are in abject poverty to rich business leaders."
Chinese apps have continued to rake in revenue from American users despite the ongoing trade tensions between the U.S. and China.
Yields in the Southeast Asian country have stayed high — relative to its regional counterparts — and that's giving the Philippine peso a boost.