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Swvl Holdings Corp ("Swvl" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: SWVL), a global provider of transformative tech-enabled mass transit solutions, today announced results for the First Half of 2022 and select results for the Second Quarter of 2022. Swvl's condensed unaudited interim financial statements for the six-month periods ended June 30, 2022 and 2021, and supplementary information are available on Swvl's website here.
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In comments to a Kansas City economic group, George said the pace and ultimate level of future rate hikes remained a matter of debate. "To know where that stopping point is ... we are going to have to be completely convinced that (inflation) number is coming down," she said. George did not state a preference for whether the Fed should approve a third straight 75 basis point rate increase when policymakers meet next month, or a smaller half point increase - the two core options under consideration.
(Reuters) -Kohl's Corp cut its full-year sales and profit forecasts on Thursday, squeezed by steeper discounts and higher costs amid dwindling demand for clothing and shoes in the face of high inflation, sending its shares down 5%. The U.S. department store chain joined top retailers including Target Corp and Best Buy Co to warn of a profit squeeze, as decades-high inflation has made Americans wary of opening their wallets for apparel and other discretionary goods. The demand slump has left several retailers with bloated inventories, forcing them to offload excess stocks through steep discounts and clearance sales heading into the back-to-school season.
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey’s central bank on Thursday lowered its key interest rate despite inflation surging to nearly 80% and making it difficult for people to buy what they need, falling in line with the unorthodox economic views of the country's president. In a statement following a monetary policy committee meeting, the bank said it decided to reduce the policy rate from 14% to 13%. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has pressured the bank into lowering borrowing costs in a bid to boost econo
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -General Motors Co and LG Energy Solution are considering a site in Indiana for a fourth U.S. battery cell manufacturing plant, a spokeswoman for the companies' joint venture said on Thursday. Ultium Cells LLC "is developing a competitive business case for a potential large investment that could be located in New Carlisle, Indiana," she said, adding that Ultium had submitted a tax abatement application that it hopes will be approved later this month. Production at Ultium's first U.S battery cell plant in Warren, Ohio is set to begin later this month.
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(Reuters) -Target Corp reported a bigger-than-expected 90% fall in quarterly earnings on Wednesday and missed estimates for comparable sales as it struggled to lure inflation-hit shoppers with steep discounts on apparel, electronics and home goods. As Target relies more on discretionary categories, it is prone to take a bigger hit during tougher times than its rivals such as Walmart Inc, where groceries and packaged food items get more shelf space. Walmart beat profit estimates as its core base of low-to-middle income shoppers flocked to its stores for bargains on groceries.
British consumer price inflation is likely to peak at an annual rate above 15% in the first three months of next year unless there are government measures to lower prices, economists at U.S. bank Citi forecast on Wednesday. Earlier on Wednesday, official figures showed CPI hit 10.1% in July, above all economists' predictions in a Reuters poll. Citi had previously forecast CPI inflation would peak at just below 12%.
LONDON (AP) — Thousands of train workers in Britain staged a new round of strikes Thursday, paralyzing rail service across the country in an escalating dispute over pay and working conditions exacerbated by a deepening cost-of-living crisis. Only around one in five trains ran across the U.K. as a result of the walkout by union members, who have already staged multiple strikes in recent months. A strike planned for Friday is expected to affect most of the London Underground subway network as well
Superior Gold Inc. ("Superior Gold" or the "Company") (TSXV: SGI) (OTCMKTS: SUPGF) announces financial results for the second quarter of 2022 for the Company's 100%-owned Plutonic Gold Operations, located in Western Australia.
Gender wage gap claims are constantly used to try to justify sundry misguided government regulations
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Wartime rivals Serbia and Kosovo are holding high-level crisis talks on Thursday which European Union mediators hope will de-escalate growing tensions in the Balkans, where Russia has tried to further increase its influence amid the war in Ukraine. Hopes that the rare face-to-face meeting between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti, to be held in Brussels, could produce a major breakthrough are slim. But Western officials overseeing th
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A federal judge is ordering Starbucks to reinstate seven employees in Memphis who were fired earlier this year after leading an effort to unionize their store. In a decision issued Thursday, U.S. District Judge Sheryl Lipman agreed with the National Labor Relations Board, which had asked the court to intervene in May. The labor board said Starbucks violated U.S. labor law by interfering in workers' right to organize. Lipman’s decision requires Starbucks to offer to reinstat
BEIJING (Reuters) -China's cyberspace watchdog wants to build an "affectionate" relationship between internet enterprises and the government, a senior official said, the latest verbal assurance to an industry still on edge after a long and bruising regulatory crackdown. Niu Yibing, vice minister of the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), told a news conference on Friday the agency was supportive of the sector's healthy development and wanted to create a "healthy, get-to-the-top, can-do entrepreneurial atmosphere". The CAC was among Chinese regulators which in late 2020 launched an unprecedented crackdown on the country's technology giants.
425 million grams of unpackaged dried cannabis destroyed, highlighting industry's issue of producing more than it can sell
When making your travel budget, don’t assume that lodging and airfare will be your biggest expense. Now, more than ever, rental cars are shaping up to be one of the biggest — and stubbornly high — aspects of people’s vacation budgets. While airfare and lodging prices are certainly near all-time highs, rental cars are among the biggest price increases of all travel expenses. When comparing prices for July 2022 versus July 2019 (the last normal summer pre-pandemic), hotel prices are up 7% , accord
The rise in original content creation and the proliferation of digital platforms accelerated the global subscription video on demand (SVOD) services market growth. Frost & Sullivan's recent analysis, Global SVOD Services Market, finds that the general growth of digital media consumption has encouraged companies from the sports, film, and television industries to create their own platforms, providing people with more streaming choices and SVOD services. The SVOD market is expected to reach $151.4
U.S. stocks ended higher Thursday as an upbeat sales forecast from Cisco Systems helped to lift the technology sector, while data showed the economy remained relatively strong. Investors were still assessing Wednesday's minutes from the Federal Reserve's July meeting, which they initially saw as supporting a less aggressive stance by the central bank. "We're at a point where people are trying to make a judgment about whether the inevitable higher interest rates are going to choke off the upside of the market," said Rick Meckler, partner at Cherry Lane Investments in New Vernon, New Jersey.