Cushman & Wakefield, which appraised several properties belonging to Donald Trump, is no longer in contempt of court for not complying with a subpoena for the New York attorney general's civil probe into the former U.S.
Will Thanksgiving be happy for the millions of travelers that fly this year amid the thousands of flight cuts by the airlines?
Slowing economic growth is weighing on industrial metals prices but zinc and aluminium are likely to outperform if sky-high energy prices force European smelters to cut output further, leading to larger shortages.
Johnson & Johnson will sell cornstarch-based baby powder instead of talcum-based baby power products globally.
India's consumer inflation dipped to 6.71% in July, easing for the third month in a row, helped by a slower increase in food and fuel prices and adding to expectations that the central bank may rein in the pace of its policy rate hikes next month.
Futures for Canada's main stock index inched higher on Friday as the country's two main telecoms firms made headway with their merger deal, but sentiment was expected to be downbeat on worries over "soft landing" challenges for the economy.
The London Metal Exchange's (LME) global warehousing network is shrinking rapidly.
Europe is heading into winter with seasonally low levels of diesel in storage tanks, with major implications for the continent's industries and drivers in the run-up to EU sanctions on Russian crude oil and refined product supplies.
Flutter said on Friday it is seeing no sign of cash-strapped customers betting less and gave another positive update on its rapidly growing U.S.
Malaysian electricity utility Tenaga Nasional Bhd plans to begin the process next year for a potential $1 billion listing of its power generation business, sources close to the matter told Reuters.
Shares in GSK, Sanofi, Haleon and Pfizer began to recover on Friday after the companies said that nothing material had changed regarding U.S.