It stands out that Panama Law firm is facing much scrutiny these days as allegations continue to rise for the firm. Many speculations are escalating regarding how the firm is making itself a haven for U.S. companies, the political leaders and even prosperous individuals that wants to hide their assets and resources.
President Barack Obama has signed a bill on Wednesday banning the import of consumer products produced by foreign countries using slave labor. With this bill the United States market effectively throws its weight in fighting global slavery.
UK shares enjoyed a slight lift on Friday after fresh stimulus measures from the European Central Bank (ECB) underpinned European markets, though investors remained cautious ahead of a closely watched U.S. jobs report.
Phyllis Kennedy is facing a bleak future. U.S. government budget tightening has slashed her weekly unemployment check by more than a fifth, and her prospects of finding a job are grim after over a year of unemployment.
British insurer Prudential (PRU.L) reported a 22 percent jump in its first-half profits on Monday, underscoring the appeal of its Asian business and bolstering chief executive Tidjane Thiam's decision to bet on the fast-growing region.