LONDON, March 4 - Falling oil production remains the most important risk to Mexico's economy this year and may force the government to tighten spending further into 2016, Mexican Finance Minister Luis Videgaray said on Tuesday.
LONDON, March 4 - Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, has beefed-up its board with the appointment of Byron Grote, a former BP chief finance officer, as a non-executive director from May 1.
ABU DHABI, March 4 - Abu Dhabi's General Holding Corp (Senaat) and a Japanese consortium are jointly investing 1.1 billion dirhams ($300 million) in a steel pipe manufacturing facility, seeking to meet demand in the Middle East's energy and construction sector.
PARIS, March 4 - Shares in France's EDF fell 2.6 percent on Wednesday on worries that the state-controlled utility might be called upon to inject capital in loss-making state nuclear group Areva, dealers said.
BERLIN, March 4 - A German energy cooperative will take legal action against the European Commission for approving state aid for a 16 billion pound ($25 billion) nuclear power plant in Britain, it said on Wednesday, arguing it threatens to distort competition.
No related earnings announcements are currently scheduled within the next 7 days.