Hamburger Hafen & Logistik AG, the handler of about three in four containers at Hamburg’s port, posted a 16 percent drop in nine-month profit as modernization of a terminal drove up costs. The shares fell the most in three months.
Luxembourg’s royal palace named a senior judge to explore options for forming the next government in the wake of elections that may spell the end of the 18-year rule of Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker, Europe’s longest- serving leader.
A Thai court will decide today whether 76 industrial projects halted last year because of pollution and licensing concerns can restart, a ruling that may resolve uncertainties over the nation’s investment regulations.
Switzerland’s administrative court ruled an agreement with the U.S. to transfer data on as many as 4,450 UBS AG accounts is “binding” and rejected one client’s appeal to block the sending of her account information.
An Egyptian judicial advisory panel said the Muslim Brotherhood’s registration ran afoul of the law, raising the possibility it could be dissolved as ousted President Mohamed Mursi is referred to criminal court.