The Nasdaq Stock Market is thrilled to see more and more Chinese companies come and launch initial public offerings (IPOs) in U.S. markets this year, which are driven by upbeat growth prospects, according to a senior official at the U.S. stock exchange.
In the government crisis in Austria a government of technocrats is emerging. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz could also be kicked out of the government.
Google has decided to suspend business contacts with Huawei. It no longer will ship updates of Android. For the users, the changes will become relevant in fall.
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has called on all Ukrainians living abroad to return to their motherland, announced a ceasefire for the Donbass and dissolved the parlament.
The parliamentary elections in India seem to bring prime minister Narendra Modi, but these polls should be read with caution.
CEO of Russia’s gas giant Gazprom Alexei Miller on Sunday did not rule out possible delays in the implementation on the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline project but pledged these would be minor delays.
Saudi Minister of the State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir said on Sunday that his country does not want a war in the region.
Turkey is set to take part in production of S-500s in cooperation with Russia, Turkish president Recep Erdogan says.
Economists have cautioned that the global economy and markets would be affected should the U.S.-China trade tensions drag on.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has claimed victory in Australia’s general election. He branded the result a “miracle”.