Investor reaction to Adani market rout after short selling report

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The Adani Group has called off a $2.5 billion share sale as losses of the group’s largest company climbed to more than $100 billion in the wake of the US short seller’s report. This defeat raised fears that the fallout could also affect confidence in India more broadly. Here are the investment … Read more

Chris Hipkins is set to replace Jacinda Ardern as New Zealand’s Prime Minister

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – Chris Hipkins, who played a significant role in New Zealand’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, is set to replace Jacinda Ardern as prime minister after emerging on Saturday as the sole candidate to lead the ruling Labor Party. . Hipkins, 44, is expected to be confirmed as leader at a meeting of … Read more

Berlin sets a condition for the US to supply German-made tanks to Ukraine – Source

German Leopard tanks are the most suitable for Ukraine All eyes will be on Germany when the defense chiefs meet on Friday The United States will provide 125 million dollars to Ukraine to support energy systems A government minister among the dead in the Ukraine helicopter crash Kyiv/BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany will send German-made tanks … Read more

Davos 2023: Recession overshadows the opening of the World Economic Forum summit

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) – The prospect of an imminent global recession cast a long shadow over Davos on Monday as participants packed into the opening annual meeting of the World Economic Forum about the potential cost to their economies and businesses. Two-thirds of the leading private and public sector economists surveyed by the World Economic … Read more

COVID peaks in China to last two or three months, and hits rural areas next time

The peak of the COVID wave was seen for 2-3 months – epidemiologist Older people in rural areas are particularly at risk People’s mobility indicators are rising, but they have not yet fully recovered BEIJING (Reuters) – A prominent Chinese epidemiologist said the peak of the COVID-19 wave in China is expected to last two … Read more

Biden’s climate agenda has a problem: Not enough workers

Jan 11 (Reuters) – U.S. clean energy companies are offering better wages and benefits, flying in trainers from abroad, and considering ideas such as buying roofers and electrical repair shops to hire only their own workers as the companies try to overcome a labor shortage that threatens to derail it. President Joe Biden’s Climate Change … Read more

Pfizer CEO rules out generic COVID drug Paxlovid for China

Jan. 9 (Reuters) – Pfizer Inc (PFE.N) It’s not in talks with Chinese authorities to license a generic version of its COVID-19 treatment Paxlovid for use there, CEO Albert Bourla said Monday, but it is in discussions about the price of the branded product. Reuters reported on Friday that China is in talks with Pfizer … Read more

“What ceasefire?”: Shells fly on the Ukrainian front despite Putin’s armistice

Putin orders a ceasefire in observance of the Russian Orthodox Christmas Ukraine says Russia is trying to buy time to rearm Missiles hit Kramatorsk and Kherson before the armistice NEAR KREMINA, Ukraine (Reuters) – Russian and Ukrainian forces exchanged artillery fire on the front line in Ukraine on Friday, even after Moscow said it had … Read more

Ukraine says Russia plans new mobilization to ‘turn the tide of war’

Russia will throw “everything that they have left” into the war – Kyiv 89 Russian servicemen are killed in the New Year’s attack at the Ministry of Defense Bakhmut is still on the eastern front, the scene of heavy fighting Russia deploys a frigate with hypersonic cruise missiles This story includes content produced in Russia, … Read more

China vows ‘final victory’ over Covid as the outbreak worries the world

The virus is spreading rapidly in China after the policy change The latest country in Japan to require tests from China arrivals European Union meeting to discuss Chinese travel policy WHO seeks data from Chinese scientists BEIJING (Reuters) – Global health officials struggled to establish the realities of the novel coronavirus outbreak in China and … Read more