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BNP Paribas reported the highest quarterly profit for the last three years, due to increases in revenues (+ 16% to EUR 11,100 mn vs.EUR 10,500 mn expected). 54 more words

Draw Announced For 2015 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group Play-Offs

The Draw for the 2015 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group play-offs was held on Tuesday at the ITF headquarters in London. The World Group play-offs will take place on 18-20 September alongside the World Group semifinals. 321 more words


U.S. oil rolls with OPEC’s blows as Brazil and Canada take hits

Grant Smith – Bloomberg Business, 7/17/2015

Eight months into OPEC’s plan to hit rival oil producers, the casualties are mounting. Surprisingly, the most resilient may be the one that triggered the fight: the U.S. 135 more words


Rolex Extends Sponsorship Of Davis Cup By BNP Paribas Through 2018

The ITF announced today an agreement with Rolex to continue as an international sponsor of Davis Cup by BNP Paribas. The sponsorship will see Rolex remain as the Official Timekeeper of Davis Cup through 2018. 237 more words


Now, it is time to get rich off of China's stock market crash

This morning, China’s Securities Times newspaper—the official paper of China’s securities regulator—carried reports from five major Chinese brokerages (link in Chinese). Each claimed that China’s big stock market panic is over; they all believe China’s stock markets will rebound, and that the third quarter this year will be a stable one.  424 more words

Voting Opens For Latest Fed Cup Heart Award

The ITF has announced a shortlist of four players to receive the latest Fed Cup Heart Award of 2015. The ITF has reintroduced the award for players competing in the World Group and World Group II play-offs in April. 679 more words


Will this French bank foot the bill for Sudanese terrorism?

Governments in the U.S. and Europe have cracked down on bad behavior at big banks in recent years, and it has raised some interesting questions about how best to mete out justice to large corporations. 286 more words