• Lovin Malta withdraws application to register as political party

    Lovin Malta has withdrawn its application to register as a political party but has launched a crowdfunding appeal to raise funds for a nationwide “campaign for change”, following the public’s response to the website’s April Fool stunt.
  • FAFCO launches crowdfunding campaign

    FAFCO Inc., a leading solar thermal manufacturing company that’s been creating innovative products since 1969, today announced the launch of the company’s first crowdfunding campaign. Starting today, both accredited and non-accredited investors will be able to go to Wefunder and join FAFCO as it once again attempts to disrupt the ...
  • South Africa Banks Brace for Ratings Agencies

    South Africa’s banks, already battling slowing profit growth amid sluggish economic expansion, now face declining returns and rising bad debts after S&P Global Ratings cut the sovereign’s credit rating to junk.
  • Banks lead the way lower

    The local sharemarket trended slightly lower on Tuesday after losses on Wall Street, with banks leading the way lower, while the Australian dollar fell following the Reserve Bank’s rates decision. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 fell 0.3 per cent to 5856.6 while the broader All Ordinaries Index gave up 0.2 per cent ...
  • UK services could be hit hard by interim EU trade deal

    Diplomatic momentum is growing in Brussels for an interim trade deal with the U.K. that sets no tariffs on manufactured goods and food but restricts British services such as aviation and finance.
  • Mexico flexes muscle in trade talks

    From the hundreds of millions of tortillas consumed every year to the countless tons of corn-enriched feed that fattens livestock and poultry, corn is perhaps Mexico’s most important agricultural commodity, one at the center of its life and culture.
  • US trade barriers report blames China for trade issues

    The Trump administration on Friday blamed China on a range of trade issues from its chronic industrial overcapacity to forced technology transfers and long-standing bans on US beef and electronic payment services.
  • LSE to buy back 200 million pounds of its shares

    London Stock Exchange (LSE.L) said it will buy back £200 million pounds of its shares, as it tries to placate shareholders following the collapse of its merger with Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE).
  • Asian shares lower after almost two-year high

    Asian shares turned lower on Thursday after earlier briefly nudging up to almost two-year highs, while the dollar benefited from the waning expectation that the European Central Bank (ECB) was poised to end its easy policy.
  • Realtor Jim Stewart new B.C. Real Estate Association president

    The newest president of the B.C. Real Estate Association says he has a vision for how to correct the province’s spiral into a housing crisis. Realtor Jim Stewart, who sells in Nanaimo, was elected to the position after sitting on the board for several years.