Financial news on April 09, 2016
Business and Financial news
Amazon and some of its rivals appear to have run afoul of new rules around foreign ownership of e-commerce companies operating in India. Read more..
Sam Woods, the central bank’s executive director of insurance, will succeed Andrew Bailey as chief executive of the authority. Read more..
Saying “some things are more important than a rock show,” Mr. Springsteen sharply criticized the law, on gay and transgender rights, and the politicians who supported it. Read more..
“Idol” was the highest rated show on Thursday night in total viewers and in the 18-to-49 year old age bracket that is important to advertisers. Read more..
As more American parents, their grown children and their grandchildren live together, homebuilders accommodate the demand with specially designed houses. Read more..
Cellphone providers challenged by the loss of potential customers and hurt by new taxes are trying to expand services and bring more Afghans online. Read more..
Staff aides worked through a spring recess, hoping to get a bill on the House floor by Thursday. Read more..
Randolph Ross floats one by us. Read more..
Mark Diehl offers us a lively Puns and Anagrams puzzle. Read more..
The French and Italian companies announced a share-swap deal that will give each a 3.5 percent stake in the other. Read more..
Exchange Rates of April 09, 2016
|US Dollar||Mexican Peso||1 USD = 17,769 MXN||1 MXN = 0,056 USD|