Economy News | Daily sun

Why the world is so bad at tracking dirty money Why the world is so bad at tracking dirty money

The leaked revelations about the tax-evading activities of the Swiss subsidiary of HSBC Bank rumble…


HSBC blames \'challenging year\' as profit falls 17% HSBC blames \'challenging year\' as profit falls 17%

HSBC has said 2014 was a "challenging year" after reporting a 17% drop in profit to $18.7bn…


Bangladesh-India business council by April Bangladesh-India business council by April

A joint business council for Bangladesh and India will be set up by April this year, which will identify…


Greece bailout: Four-month extension in eurozone deal Greece bailout: Four-month extension in eurozone deal

Greece and eurozone nations have agreed a deal to extend financial aid after bailout talks in Brussels.…


Greece crisis: Eurozone set for vital loan talks

Greece crisis: Eurozone set for vital loan talks

Eurozone finance ministers are preparing for a key meeting to consider a proposal by Greece to extend…


\'Bashundhara Cement\' is the people\'s cement \'Bashundhara Cement\' is the people\'s cement

‘Bashundhara Cement’, a sister concern of Bashundhara Group Limited, has earned the confidence…


ConocoPhillips-Statoil JV offer gets nod ConocoPhillips-Statoil JV offer gets nod

Cabinet Economic Affairs Committee on Wednesday approved a bid proposal to award three deep sea blocks…


Biman sign deal to take 2 Dash8-Q400 aircraft on lease Biman sign deal to take 2 Dash8-Q400 aircraft on lease

Biman Bangladesh Airlines on Tuesday signed an agreement with Smart Aviation, Egypt to take two Dash8-Q400…


Swiss police raid HSBC\'s Geneva office Swiss police raid HSBC\'s Geneva office

Zurich:  Geneva's public prosecutor searched the premises of HSBC Holdings PLC in Geneva today…


4-day BD-Nepal expo held in Kathmandu 4-day BD-Nepal expo held in Kathmandu

A four-day fair titled ‘Bangladesh-Nepal Expo 2015’, hosted by the Embassy of Bangladesh…


Japan comes out of recession but growth still disappoints

Japan comes out of recession but growth still disappoints

Japan came out of recession in the fourth quarter of last year, but the world’s third largest…


HSBC publishes apology in Sunday newspapers HSBC publishes apology in Sunday newspapers

HSBC has published a full-page advert containing an apology in several newspapers, over claims that…


Mark Carney says inflation could turn negative in spring Mark Carney says inflation could turn negative in spring

LONDON: Inflation in the UK could temporarily turn negative in the spring because of falling oil prices,…


Greece bailout talks: No agreement in Brussels Greece bailout talks: No agreement in Brussels

BRUSSELS: Greek and eurozone officials have failed to reach an agreement over Greece's debt crisis,…


IMF agrees $17.5bn reform programme for Ukraine IMF agrees $17.5bn reform programme for Ukraine

The IMF has agreed a $17.5bn (£11.5bn) loan to Ukraine as part of a new economic reform programme.…

‹ Start  < 178 179 180 181 182 >  End ›
Top