Freedom Finance Becomes Zmarta Group and Enters the German Market
Zmarta Group will be the new corporate name of the company group including brands such as Zmarta and Freedom Finance,Read more.
New Research Finds Investors Regaining Risk Appetite
Investors have regained some appetite for risk with a strong consensus over a U.S. rate rise next month, according toRead more.
China Slowdown Hitting Business Growth Prospects
New research from Grant Thornton’s International Business Report (IBR), a quarterly survey of 2,500+ business leaders in 36 economies, revealsRead more.
US Money Market Funds’ Exposure to China Slowing
The recent stresses striking the Chinese capital markets do not pose an immediate credit threat to Fitch-rated money market fundsRead more.
Oilfield Services Market Worth $144 Billion by 2020
New report suggest that Oilfield Services Market is projected to reach $144.36 Billion by 2020Read more.
Enterprises in EMEA Prefer Integrated Conferencing Solutions
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, EMEA Conferencing Services Market, finds that the EMEA market earned revenues of $1.9 billionRead more.
PayPal to Trade on Nasdaq
Nasdaq announced that trading of PayPal Holdings, Inc a digital payments leader, commenced on The Nasdaq Stock Market on JulyRead more.
TIER REIT to List on NY Stock Exchange
The company has announced that it is authorized to list its shares of common stock on the New York StockRead more.
Fortex Moving into Chinese Market
Fortex has officially opened their office in Shanghai, demonstrating the firm’s commitment to China’s institutional FX market.Read more.
Saudi Stock Exchange Open to Foreign Investments
The Saudi Stock Exchange opened to qualified foreign investors for the first time last month, and is expecting increased involvementRead more.
MTG Invests in Europe’s Online TV Market
The international entertainment group has announced their investment Europe’s largest multi-channel network Zoomin.TV, following further investments in online TV networksRead more.
Poor Performance by Pound
A recent study by Lloyds Bank Private Banking has found that sterling has suffered in the last 12 months.Read more.