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The Conservative Party looked set to win a sizable majority in Britain's general election late on Thursday, giving Boris Johnson the firepower he needs to push his Brexit agenda through Parliament.
A Delaware federal judge on Thursday paused efforts by Crystallex to enforce an arbitral award against Venezuela now worth some $1.4 billion, citing a litany of reasons, including U.S. sanctions and the "greater-than-usual" possibility that the U.S. Supreme Court may take up the case.
Nearly one in four U.K. bosses believe their companies will attempt to make insurance claims over a disorderly Brexit over the next year if Britain crashes out of the European Union, a research body said Thursday.
Global banking regulators asked for opinions Thursday on how they should develop a minimum standard for monitoring the exposure of banks to cryptoassets such as Bitcoin after warning they pose a risk to financial stability.
Two companies that provided funding for a tribe-linked lender accused of charging exorbitant interest rates have pressed the U.S. Supreme Court to take up their challenge to a Second Circuit ruling that found arbitration clauses in the loan agreements unenforceable.