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Brent hits 11-year low as oil extends slide on glut worries
Brent hits 11-year low as oil extends slide on glut worries

European benchmark Brent crude slid to an 11-year low on Monday as oil prices resumed their slide in an oversupplied global market facing the prospect of renewed US exports.

Brent hits 11-year low as oil extends slide on glut worries
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New devaluation in Kazakhstan?

Kazakhstani banks raise dollar-tenge exchange rate. People fear another devaluation of the currency. The Kazakh National Bank is silent.

New devaluation in Kazakhstan?
REUTERS
Borsa Istanbul to buy a stake in Kazakhstan's KASE

Mid-September Kazakhstan's KASE signed a framework agreement on strategic cooperation with BIST; the agreement lays foundations for a long-term partnership, including through reciprocal purchase of shares.

Borsa Istanbul to buy a stake in Kazakhstan's KASE
Facebook shares to be traded at Kazakhstan Stock Exchange
Facebook shares to be traded at Kazakhstan Stock Exchange

Facebook is going to be listed at the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE) by the end of this year.

Facebook shares to be traded at Kazakhstan Stock Exchange
Bank of America. Photo ©REUTERS
Bank of America enters KASE

Bank of America has entered the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE).

Bank of America enters KASE
Elena Bakhmutova. Photo ©Yaroslav Radlovskiy
KEGOC might float stock this December

KEGOC might float its shares at the People’s IPO in Kazakhstan in December 2014.

KEGOC might float stock this December
Maksat Kabashev. ©Yaroslav Radlovsky
New President of Kazakhstan Stock Exchange appointed

A new President of Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE) has been appointed.

New President of Kazakhstan Stock Exchange appointed
ENRC
ENRC explains its delisting from LSE

Kazakhstan's billionaire Aleksandr Mashkevich has explained why ENRC chose to be delisted from the London Stock Exchange.

ENRC explains its delisting from LSE
Turkey 'takes $100 billion hit' from political turmoil
Turkey 'takes $100 billion hit' from political turmoil

The political crisis engulfing Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has cost the economy $100 billion, a top official said Monday, as financial markets rebounded after days in freefall.

Turkey 'takes $100 billion hit' from political turmoil
©Yaroslav Radlovsky
KASE becomes member of World Federation of Exchanges

Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE) has become a member of World Federation of Exchanges (WFE).

KASE becomes member of World Federation of Exchanges
Britain to announce Islamic Index on stock exchange
Britain to announce Islamic Index on stock exchange

Prime Minister David Cameron was on Tuesday to announce a new "Islamic Index" on the London Stock Exchange and reveal plans for Britain to release an Islamic bond.

Britain to announce Islamic Index on stock exchange
Fan of an NFL star? Buy his stock...
Fan of an NFL star? Buy his stock...

US football fans glued to television screens on Sundays will soon have a new way of showing their devotion to the pigskin: buying stocks linked to their favorite players.

Fan of an NFL star? Buy his stock...
Twitter to list on NYSE
Twitter to list on NYSE

Twitter shares will trade on the New York Stock Exchange, documents showed Tuesday, shunning the tech-heavy Nasdaq which saw major problems in Facebook's market debut in 2012.

Twitter to list on NYSE
©Reuters/Dado Ruvic
Twitter wants to fly with billion-dollar IPO

Twitter on Thursday unveiled plans to pump up the globally popular one-to-many messaging service with a $1 billion stock market debut.

Twitter wants to fly with billion-dollar IPO
Energy sector leads US stocks gains amid Syria jitters
Energy sector leads US stocks gains amid Syria jitters

US stocks rebounded Wednesday led by energy companies benefiting from an oil price spike, as the West mulls a possible punitive attack against Syria for its alleged chemical weapons use.

Energy sector leads US stocks gains amid Syria jitters
Tokyo shares open lower after Wall Street losses
Tokyo shares open lower after Wall Street losses

Tokyo shares opened lower Tuesday, following a weak showing on Wall Street as speculation lingers that the US Federal Reserve will scale back its bond-buying programme.

Tokyo shares open lower after Wall Street losses
US stocks see modest gains after busy week
US stocks see modest gains after busy week

A jam-packed week of economic data and corporate earnings amounted to only modest movement in US equities, as stocks closed out a hectic week of news Friday only somewhat higher.

US stocks see modest gains after busy week
Wall Street hammers Microsoft after earnings miss
Wall Street hammers Microsoft after earnings miss

Microsoft shares were hammered Friday after a disappointing earnings report cast doubts on the tech giant's transition to a post-PC world.

Wall Street hammers Microsoft after earnings miss
At least 50 plots foiled by US spy programs: NSA chief
At least 50 plots foiled by US spy programs: NSA chief

Secret US surveillance has foiled more than 50 terror plots since 2001, including a planned bomb attack on the New York Stock Exchange, a US spy chief said Tuesday, defending leaked programs.

At least 50 plots foiled by US spy programs: NSA chief
New Zealand's Mighty River in strong stock market debut
New Zealand's Mighty River in strong stock market debut

Shares in hydro-electric generator Mighty River Power debuted on the New Zealand stock exchange at NZ$2.73 ($2.29) Friday, a 9.2 percent premium on the NZ$2.50 initial public offer (IPO) price.

New Zealand's Mighty River in strong stock market debut