Daily Archives: March 4, 2016

US Trade Deficit Widens

Washington, Jumada I 24, 1437, Mar 4, 2016, SPA — The US trade deficit rose in January as exports fell for a fourth consecutive month, the government reported Friday. The imbalance between exports and imports climbed to $45.7 billion in …

معرض الإسكان والبناء الدولي التجاري في شنغهاي سيفتتح قريبا بثلاث وظائف رئيسية

شنغهاي، 4 آذار/مارس، 2016 / بي آر نيوزواير / — سيفتتح معرض شنغهاي الدولي للإسكان والبناء يوم 23 آذار/مارس، 2016. معرض هذا العام الذي يعقد تحت شعار “أبواب ونوافذ كبيرة، تخصيص رئيسي” وسيعمل جاهدا لتوفير حلول شاملة لصناعة البناء الدولية،

German life expectancy reaches record high: 83 for girls, 78 for boys

Frankfurt, Jumada I 24, 1437, Mar 4, 2016, SPA — Life expectancy in Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, is on the rise, dpa cited the latest government figures as showing.
Newborn girls in Germany are now expected to live until the …

Global shares inch up as caution rules ahead of US data

MANILA, Philippines, Jumada I 24, 1437, Mar 4, 2016, SPA — Global shares inched higher in cautious trading on Friday as investors awaited the release of U.S. non-farm payroll data and developments from China’s National Congress, which will open this …

CleanEquity® Monaco 2016 – Lord Drayson of Drayson Technologies to give Address at CleanEquity Monaco 2016

LONDON, March 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — CleanEquity Monaco, 3rd & 4th March, is the preeminent global forum for 30 best in class emerging cleantech and resource efficiency  to meet specialist financial investors, corporate venturers, partners & acquirers, …

European shares rise, Gemalto and WPP climb higher

LONDON, Jumada I 24, 1437, Mar 4, 2016, SPA — European shares rose on Friday, lifted by solid results at advertising group WPP and chipmaker Gemalto, which enabled European stocks to regain their upwards momentum, according to Reuters.

The pan-European …

China stocks rise for 4th day, aided by banking heavyweights

SHANGHAI, Jumada I 24, 1437, Mar 4, 2016, SPA — China stocks rose for their fourth straight day on Friday, as a tumble in small-caps triggered by supply fears was offset by a surge in banks amid speculation that government-backed …