DP World Ltd., the third-biggest ports operator globally, raised $1 billion from a convertible bonds sale to fund acquisitions and growth. The shares fell.
China’s mainland-traded shares won’t be included in MSCI Inc.’s global indexes, while South Korea and Taiwan were removed from consideration for an upgrade to developed market status.
Bulgaria approved a 1.5 billion-euro ($2 billion) Eurobond sale, the first in almost two years, as the ruling coalition announced it was preparing the way for early parliamentary elections.
Japanese lawmakers are reviving efforts for a 600 billion yen ($5.9 billion) natural gas pipeline from Russia, which last week signed a supply deal with China, to cut energy costs after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
William Cruger, an investment banker focused on securities industry deals for JPMorgan Chase & Co., has left the firm, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
Anglo American Plc reported first- quarter copper, coal and nickel output that beat estimates. The shares rose.
Japan’s risk of an economic contraction this quarter has increased as faltering demand from Europe to China drags down exports, strengthening the case for more government measures to support growth.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. ’s London unit was fined a record 33.3 million pounds ($48.6 million) by Britain’s financial regulator for not properly separating client money from the firm’s accounts.
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