Hot Off The Wires - 20 September 2019
China's new benchmark lending rate fell for the second month in a row in September.
London has slipped further behind New York in a ranking of the world’s financial centres.
Eurozone banks have shunned the cheap new loans offered by the ECB. Just €3.4bn of the loans were given, despite predictions €100bn would be taken up.
Nearly half of Ryanair’s investors have rejected a pay deal for Michael O’Leary that could hand him €99m.
Airbnb has announced plans to float on the stock market next year. The company, valued privately at $31bn, said that it “expects to become a publicly-traded company during 2020”.
Which country supplies the largest percentage of the world's gold supply?