Monthly Archive for September, 2012
The Bank of Japan’s Tankan report shows that its key measure of business confidence fell to minus 3 from minus 1 in June amid recession concerns
ZenithOptimedia cuts its global forecast as advertising spending across the eurozone is expected to fall 3.1%, with a possible 33% fall in Greece alone
MidAmerican, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., said Sunday it will sell the electricity to Southern California Edison under long-term power purchase agreements.
The CEO of CVR Energy, which owns the refinery in Wynnewood, said in a statement Sunday that the Sugar Land, Texas, company is working with the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and state agencies that are trying to determine what caused the explosion.
Net new global inflows into exchange-traded funds and associated products reached $43.3bn in September, the highest since December 2008
Miner hammers out novel structure designed to win support from its shareholders to create one of the world’s largest natural resources groups
Big banks are examining their options as they confront a post-crisis world of tougher regulations and lower profits. By Tom Braithwaite
The pull of big bonuses in investment banking is replaced by job insecurity in an industry struggling to adapt to regulatory change, according to a new study
Ralls, owned by two Chinese executives, argues president’s order to stop its project to build farms near a US navy test site in Oregon was unconstitutional
At the start of Labour’s annual conference, the opposition leader has raised the prospect of full separation of retail and investment banking