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India boosts space sector investment by increasing foreign funding limits

New Delhi, 22 Feb – India has ushered in a pivotal update to its foreign direct investment (FDI) policy within the space sector, aiming to magnetize global investors and corporations.…

Capital One’s Bold Move: Acquiring Discover to Reinvent the Payments Landscape

Capital One has recently unveiled a monumental $35.3 billion acquisition of Discover Financial, marking a strategic maneuver aimed not only at expanding its market share but also at safeguarding its…

Startup Funding 101: Understanding Different Types, Amazing Sources & Smart Strategies

Ever wondered how some startups secure funding while others struggle to take off? The world of startup funding is a rollercoaster ride, with exhilarating highs and nerve-wracking lows. Are you…

ANZ Moves Forward with US$3.2 Billion Suncorp Acquisition Following Tribunal Victory

On February 20th, ANZ Group Holdings Ltd achieved a significant legal victory, overturning the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) previous decision to block its A$4.9 billion (US$3.2 billion) bid…

Sony’s Q3 earnings increase by 10%, with plans to list financial division by 2025.

To expand the initial summary into a more detailed analysis exceeding 1,000 words, we’ll delve deeper into Sony Corporation‘s third-quarter performance, focusing on the key drivers of its success, strategic…

Revenue in Malaysia’s services sector increased by 8% to a huge total of RM2.3 trillion in 2023.

In 2023, Malaysia’s services sector experienced a remarkable phase of growth, as delineated by the latest figures from the Department of Statistics. The sector’s total revenue surged to RM2.3 trillion,…

Revolut Revolutionizes Connectivity: Unveils UK Phone Plans, Pioneering Fintech Telecom

Revolut, a leading British fintech company, is launching innovative phone plans in the United Kingdom, as reported by CNBC. This initiative marks Revolut as the first financial services firm in…

Maybank IB forecasts an increase of RM24 million in ITMAX’s revenue for the years 2024 and 2025.

In a significant stride for Malaysia’s public space networked systems landscape, ITMAX System Bhd‘s recent procurement of Variation Order No. 7 (VO7) from Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) marks a…

Aozora Bank’s US Real Estate Losses Lead to 20% Share Plunge

Japan’s Aozora Bank Ltd., the country’s 16th largest by market value, has stunned investors with an announcement of expected fiscal year losses due to its investments in US commercial property.…

Global Banks Face $560 Billion Challenge in US Commercial Real Estate Market

The US commercial real estate market has been struggling since the COVID-19 pandemic began, with recent developments from New York Community Bancorp and Japan’s Aozora Bank Ltd emphasizing that the…

New Security Legislation in Hong Kong Spurs Concerns Among Financial Sector

John Lee, Hong Kong’s leader, has been working for the past year to rejuvenate the city’s business environment, heavily impacted by pandemic restrictions and China’s economic slowdown. However, the initiative…

China Vows to Continue Fiscal Expansion to Boost Economic Growth

The government plans to sustain a robust level of fiscal expenditure and continue transfer payments to local governments. The focal point of fiscal policy will be to expand domestic demand.…

Federal Reserve Maintains Interest Rates, Signals Cautious Stance on Near-Term Cuts

On February 1st, the Federal Reserve maintained its interest rates unchanged for the fourth consecutive meeting, indicating a potential openness to rate cuts in the future. However, Jerome Powell, the…

China Initiates Major Rural Bank Mergers in Response to Escalating Financial Risks

China is embarking on an unprecedented consolidation of its banking sector, targeting the integration of hundreds of rural lenders into larger regional entities. This move comes in response to escalating…

HSBC Incurs £57 Million Fine in the UK for Incorrectly Classifying Deposits

HSBC Holdings Plc has been subjected to a significant fine of £57.4 million (equivalent to $73 million) by UK regulatory authorities due to deficiencies related to how it classified deposits…

UK Retail Price Inflation Plummets to Its Lowest in Nearly Two Years

January witnessed a notable slowdown in the pace of growth in the UK, as retailers offered substantial discounts in an effort to stimulate sales during a sluggish period. This development…

Chinese Markets Indicate Increasing Need for More Action from Beijing

China’s stock and bond markets are sending a clear message to policymakers: further actions are necessary to restore investor confidence. Tuesday saw a continued decline in stocks, diminishing the gains…

Asian Shares Decline Amid Worries About China’s Real Estate Market

Tuesday witnessed a decline in Asian shares, primarily influenced by the court-ordered liquidation of China’s property giant, Evergrande Group. This development, coupled with escalating geopolitical tensions, bolstered oil prices while…

China’s Decade-Long Bond Yield Drops to 20-Year Low Amid Anticipated Monetary Easing

(Jan 30): China’s benchmark government bond yield dropped to its lowest in nearly 22 years, hitting 2.48%, a level not seen since 2002. This decline reflects growing expectations for additional…

Fed’s Strategy Against Inflation Depends on Assuring Americans of Stabilized Prices

Jan 29 – The US Federal Reserve’s (Fed) ongoing fight against inflation, marked by a recent decline towards its target with minimal job losses, has fostered a sense of victory.…