GLOBAL MARKETS-World stock recovery loses steam as European auto...
LONDON, Oct 17 (Reuters) - A recovery by global stocks proved short-lived as warnings over a slowing European auto sector soured an upbeat mood, while Wall Street was set for a slightly lower open after enjoying its best session in eight months the previous day.
SAP vows to ease cloud transition; German customers less keen
LEIPZIG, Germany, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Software company SAP SE said it plans to offer more support to help reluctant clients shift to its latest cloud-based business suite, a transition crucial for its future profitability.
Finnish government survives no-confidence vote over labor rights
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland’s government survived a no-confidence vote in parliament on Wednesday called over its plan to boost employment by weakening workers’ protection against dismissal.A total of 101 members of parliament voted in favor of the center-right coalition, while 73 voted against. La
Iranian security staff unconscious when kidnapped to Pakistan:...
GENEVA (Reuters) - A group of Iranian security personnel kidnapped on the border with Pakistan this week were unconscious at the time, the commander of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards said, following reports that they had eaten drugged food.
Germany delays decision on ministerial trip to Saudi
FILE PHOTO: German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas attends a news conference with his Greek counterpart Nikos Kotzias (not pictured) following their meeting at the Foreign Ministry in Athens, Greece, September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Costas Baltas