Bunzl Plc, the world’s largest distributor of disposable tableware and food packaging, advanced to a record high even as the company remains analysts’ second- least favored stock in the U.K.’s FTSE 100 Index.
Under shellfire on Christmas Eve 1991, 13-year-old Maja Biloglav fled Zadar by boat at night, sent away by her parents as the Yugoslav army surrounded the Adriatic town following Croatia’s declaration of independence.
Slovenske Elektrarne AS, the largest power company in Slovakia, is in talks with lenders as it seeks to replace an 800 million-euro ($1.1 billion) loan due next year, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.
Trinidad & Tobago’s economy slowed in the fourth quarter as the world’s fifth-largest producer of liquefied natural gas saw energy production fall due to maintenance stoppages and lower oil output from maturing fields.
The European Central Bank may review lenders’ balance sheets in the next year as it seeks ways to free up credit and spur euro-area economic growth, Hospodarske Noviny reported, citing Executive Board member Benoit Coeure.