The Democrats are eager to raise the debt ceiling and avoid “catastrophic” defaults

Democrats in Congress are scrambling to find a way to improve U.S. debt ceiling And avoid warnings issued by executives and policymakers that a “catastrophic” default will occur in less…

Japan’s ruling party appoints successive candidates as its next leader

After winning a battle for leadership, Fumio Kishida will become the next prime minister of Japan. In this battle, the ruling Liberal Democratic Party will bet the future on stability…

Evergrande sells US$1.5 billion bank shares to state-owned enterprises

Evergrande raised 10 billion yuan (US$1.5 billion) by selling part of its stake in a bank to a state-owned investment group, as the debt-laden Chinese real estate developer is under…

As the bar becomes full, the beverage company is worried about a temperate young man

Anyone who has recently walked through a London bar or a Manhattan bar knows that the joy is back. Office workers may be cautious about returning their desks, but once…

Streaming media piracy helps movie theaters defend exclusive drama “windows”

Hollywood studios tried to release new movies on streaming services at the same time as the movie premiered, which was welcomed by investors and locked-in movie enthusiasts. But there are…

The global bond market will have its worst month since early 2021

The central bank’s signal that an interest rate hike is approaching shook the bond market, triggering the biggest drop since the global debt slump at the beginning of this year.…

Inflation concerns disrupt markets, Asian stock markets fall

Asian stock markets followed the global stock market to decline, after people worried that the central bank would speed up the tightening of monetary policy, this was the worst day…

US-China business: the necessary reinvention of Huawei

When Meng Wanzhou returned home to China at the weekend, the presumed heiress of technology group Huawei pledged to harness the lessons of almost three years in legal limbo in…

Australian company accuses Canberra of putting politics first

Australia made a “major mistake” in failing to reopen the world, with business leaders accusing the government of putting politics before science before the upcoming general elections. Leaders in many…

Coronavirus update: Australia will withdraw pandemic income support once the vaccine target is reached

A parliamentary investigation learned that patients from a private healthcare provider in Brazil did not know that they would become “guinea pigs” in drug research including hydroxychloroquine, which has not…