Indonesia is seeking to reassure foreign investors about security in the country following a suicide bombing at a church in Central Java on Sept. 25.
Chinese companies with U.S. equity listings saw their shares plummet Thursday on news a federal criminal probe has been opened into allegations of accounting irregularities at many China-based companies.
OAO Yukos, once Russia’s largest oil company, was unlawfully targeted by Russia, though the action wasn’t politically motivated, the European Court of Human Rights said.
Switzerland’s UBS AG is warning that it may post a loss for the third quarter after a single trader managed to lose an estimated $2 billion in “unauthorized trading.”
A bombing outside India’s Supreme Court Wednesday morning killed at least 11 people and injured more than 70 others in an attack that officials said was claimed by a South Asia affiliate of al Qaeda.
The 74-year-old Indian anti-corruption activist, who has been on a 12-day hunger strike, broke his fast Sunday morning after officials agreed to back his version of an anti-graft bill before Parliament.
The $14 billion bailout of the Bank of Moscow is an “insane waste of money,” the bank’s fugitive former president said in a newspaper interview.
A small group of loosely aligned researchers and short sellers around the world are behind revelations of accounting fraud at some Chinese companies traded in the U.S. and Canada.
Chinese authorities arrested 2,000 people and closed 5,200 businesses in a massive crackdown on illegal additives in food, according to media reports.