Alibaba aims to add an initial listing in Hong Kong, attracting Chinese investors after the crackdown

Expects to add Hong Kong’s primary listing by the end of 2022, and maintain the NYSE’s listing Hong Kong shares jump nearly 6%; This move will diversify the investor base – CEO Seen to boost Mainland China investors’ access to Alibaba shares In line with the move Ant Group executives step down from Alibaba partnership … Read more

Cutting off Russian gas from Europe hits economic hopes, and Ukraine reports attacks on coastal areas

Gazprom says that stopping the turbines will increase gas cuts for Germany The United Nations hopes to export grain within days The United States is exploring land routes after the Russian strike A fire broke out in an oil depot in the territory occupied by Russia Kyiv (Reuters) – Russia said it would cut gas … Read more

Exclusive: US investigating Chinese company Huawei over equipment near missile silos

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Biden administration is investigating Chinese communications equipment maker Huawei over concerns that U.S. cell towers powering its equipment might pick up sensitive information from military bases and missile silos that the company could then send to China, two familiar people said. With the command he said. Authorities are concerned that Huawei … Read more

Exclusive: Russia likely to resume Nord Stream 1 gas exports on schedule – Russian sources

This content was produced in Russia where coverage of Russian military operations in Ukraine is restricted by law Nord Stream 1 maintenance runs from July 11 to July 21 Gazprom cut off gas supplies via a pipeline in June MOSCOW (Reuters) – Two Russian sources familiar with export plans told Reuters that Russian gas flows … Read more

Analysis: Wasted water undermines battle against Italy’s worst drought in decades

LATINA, Italy, July 19 (Reuters) – Vast tracts of land south of Rome were swampy swamps for thousands of years until a massive drainage program in the 1930s turned malaria-infested swamps into prime agricultural fields. Fast forward 90 years, and where water was once plentiful, is now scarce as one of the worst droughts in … Read more

Putin establishes ties with Iran’s supreme leader in Tehran talks

The Russian leader also meets the main Iranian President Discusses Ukraine’s grain exports with Turkey’s Erdogan The Turkish threat to the Syrian operation is also in focus LONDON/DUBAI (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Iran on Tuesday, the first visit by a Kremlin leader outside the … Read more

European stocks fall, the dollar pauses with central banks

European stocks fall US futures are slightly higher The dollar continues to decline from the peak of two decades The euro rose 0.7% after the Reuters report fixed oil LONDON/HONG KONG (Reuters) – European shares fell on Tuesday, while the dollar hovered below last week’s peak, as investors looked to this week’s central bank meetings … Read more

Analysis: Why Elon Musk’s battle with Twitter may lead to more SEC scrutiny

WASHINGTON, July 14 (Reuters) – Twitter Inc. (TWTR.N) The fight with Elon Musk to enforce his $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform could draw scrutiny from the US securities regulator on whether Musk misled the market during the deal. Twitter on Tuesday asked a Delaware court to order the president of Tesla … Read more

Twitter sues Elon Musk for holding him to a $44 billion deal

Wilmington, Dale. , July 12 (Reuters) – Twitter Inc. (TWTR.N) He sued Elon Musk on Tuesday for violating his $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform and asked a Delaware court to order the world’s richest person to complete the merger at $54.20 per Twitter share. “Musk apparently believes that – unlike any … Read more

Wall Street falls at close as concerns escalate ahead of CPI report

Treasuries yield inversion raises recession fears Boeing jumps, deliveries reach monthly high in 3 years Gap slips on CEO exit, expectations Indices down: Dow 0.62%, Standard & Poor’s 0.92%, Nasdaq 0.95%. NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street closed in negative territory on Tuesday as mounting recession indicators drove buyers away from the stock market ahead … Read more