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Financial Services

Bank of Japan opts for more monetary easing

Oct 31 2014 18:50

The world's third-largest economy is to get a boost in the form of additional monetary easing, announced the Bank of Japan in a surprise move.

Industrial

Gazprom set to resume gas supply to Ukraine

Oct 31 2014 19:15

Russia may restart gas supply to Ukraine as soon as next week if Kiev pays $2.2bn worth of debt and pre-payments.

Industrial

ExxonMobil earnings edge up

Oct 31 2014 19:30

ExxonMobil has reported slightly higher third-quarter earnings as better results in refining and chemicals offset lower profits from exploration and production.

Retail

Moody's warns of junk status for Tesco

Oct 31 2014 19:45

Tesco could see its debt downgraded to junk"status unless it outlines plans to cut borrowing and improve trading, rating agency Moody's say.

Mining

Harmony takes on illegal mining

Oct 31 2014 19:04

Illegal mining at Kusasalethu posed a real threat to health, safety and the viability of the mine, says Harmony Gold.

Travel & Leisure

British Airways owner confident on growth

Oct 31 2014 17:15

The owner of British Airways and Iberia has raised its forecast for profits this year and saying it was on course for another rise in 2015.

Travel & Leisure

Imagine one visa for the whole of Africa

Oct 31 2014 14:52

The impact of creating one visa for the whole of Africa could be enormous for the continent’s tourism industry, says SA Tourism's CEO.

Travel & Leisure

SAA must beware of losing market share in Africa

Oct 31 2014 13:22

South African Airways must beware of losing market share on its regional routes in Africa, says a leading aviation specialist.

Financial Services

BNP Paribas surprises with Q3 profit boost

Oct 31 2014 12:41

French bank BNP Paribas has surprised investors with a sharp rise in third-quarter net profit, sending its shares up more than 2.0%.

Travel & Leisure

SA aviation needs new niche markets - official

Oct 31 2014 12:13

Aviation in Africa supports about seven million jobs and SA must identify new opportunities in niche markets to be competitive, says the department of transport.

Industrial

Another Russia arrest over Total CEO crash

Oct 31 2014 11:17

Total's new CEO has promised continuity at his first public appearance as Russia charged a second person over the plane crash that killed his predecessor.

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Travel & Leisure

Germany's new road toll to cost foreign drivers

Oct 31 2014 10:30

The German government has introduced a controversial road toll which will force foreign car drivers to pay up to €130 a year.

Mining

Zambia may be backing off mine royalty rates

Oct 31 2014 18:37

There are indications Zambia may be backing away from plans to impose a 20% royalty rate on open pit mining in the country.

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