- China's COVID protests weigh on European sharesMarkets ·
November 28, 2022 · 8:23 AM UTC· undefined ago
European shares fell from three-month highs on Monday, led by declines in energy, retail, and mining stocks, as widespread protests in China against strict COVID-19 curbs sparked a wave of selling in global markets.
- MarketsSociete Generale's car leasing unit ALD wins EU nod for LeasePlan buy
EU antitrust regulators cleared with conditions French car leasing company ALD's bid for Dutch rival LeasePlan on Friday after the Societe Generale unit agreed to divest some businesses across Europe to address competition concerns.
- WorldHong Kong's Cardinal Zen among six fined over fund for protesters
One of Asia's most senior Roman Catholic clerics, Cardinal Joseph Zen, 90, was found guilty of failing to register a now-disbanded fund for pro-democracy protesters and fined HK$4,000($512) on Friday by a Hong Kong court.