(...) response to investor concern about its capacity to repay borrowings after a commodities collapse. The(...)

 South Korea may be turning a corner. After months of gloom, recent data is hinting that the $1.4 trillion economy is beginning to emerge from a slump brought on by China’s slowest growth in 25 years and the outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS, in May. (Photograph: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg)
Asian shares extend October rally

(...) industrials and basic materials, fuelled by a rebound in commodities while the dollar struggled as hopes of a(...)

Patrick Shelley of  Origin Spirits. Its first product, Kalak Vodka, is being launched this month.
New innovators: Kalak Vodka

Shelley who studied politics at college and started his working life trading agricultural commodities in(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary: airline  ended the day 1 per cent down at €12.55. Photograph:  Eric Piermont/AFP/Getty Images

(...)-European FTSEurofirst 300 index rose up 4.4 per cent this week, with investors – reassured by more stable commodities(...)

Glencore’s  production cut comes as it scrambles to reassure nervous investors and creditors that it can cope with its $30 billion debt load amid the latest commodities rout. Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

(...) billion debt load amid the latest commodities rout. Glencore shares rose. The group said it would suspend(...)

The gains have come as Russia’s military intervention in the Syrian conflict has added a new and uncertain dimension to tensions in the Middle East. Photograph: China Newsphoto/Reuters

(...) crude oil stocks last week and lower estimates of global growth. Commodities as a group have also(...)

Global crude benchmark Brent rose $1.15, to remain over $49 a barrel. Photograph: Katsumi Kasahara/AP

(...) softer dollar provided further support to oil and other dollar-denominated commodities. Global crude(...)

IMF chief economist Maurice Obstfeld is flanked by Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti and Thomas Helbling of the IMF’s research department during a media briefing on the world economic outlook during its annual meeting in Lima, Peru, on Tuesday. Photograph: Mariana Bazo/Reuters

(...), which has reduced demand for emerging market raw materials and pushed down prices of commodities such as(...)

A slump in commodities is not necessarily negative for traders such as Glencore. Photograph: Gianluca Colla/Bloomberg

Bernstein. A slump in commodities is not necessarily negative for traders like Glencore because, while(...)

Expressway: Hibernia says its service can deliver messages six milliseconds faster than other fibre-optic cables. Illustration: Ben Miners/Ikon/Getty

(...), including wire fraud, commodities fraud and market manipulation between 2009 and last year “Now the world(...)