A US court imposed a sentence on a Deutsche Bank unit Tuesday for its role in an interest rate rigging scheme, two years after the bank reached a $2.5 billion settlement with British and US authorities.
Federal Reserve Vice President Stanley Fischer said Tuesday he would be worried by any return to protectionism in the global economy.
The city of Paris on Tuesday dumped French-Swiss group LafargeHolcim as supplier of sand for the makeshift “Paris Plages” beach over the company’s readiness to supply cement for US President Donald Trump’s controversial border wall.
Russia signed Tuesday a string of bilateral agreements with Iran as President Vladimir Putin hosted his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani for his first official visit to Moscow.
Investor David Einhorn unveiled Tuesday a proposal Tuesday to try to boost General Motors share price by creating two classes of stock, signaling a possible battle at the carmaker’s annual meeting.
Major beef market Hong Kong Tuesday ended a blanket ban imposed on Brazilian meat imports in a scandal over tainted products, Brazil’s government said.
Ford announced Tuesday that it would invest $1.2 billion in three Michigan plants, part of a deal with its workers’ union struck in 2015.
The EU will reject as early as Wednesday the blockbuster merger of the London Stock Exchange with Germany’s Deutsche Boerse that was caught up by the fallout from Brexit, sources said.
US consumer confidence continued to soar in March, hitting its highest level in more than 16 years, the Conference Board announced Tuesday.
The Kremlin on Tuesday said that meetings between senior state bank officials and Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and his company were “normal business.”
Turkey sent a team of experts to Britain Tuesday to try to pursuade London to lift a ban on passengers carrying large electronic devices on flights from Istanbul, the Turkish transport minister said.