SHANGHAI May 26 China stocks rose again on Tuesday to another seven-year high, with tech stocks returning to investors' favour on fresh signs of government support.
Thousands of jobs from the money-losing Malaysia Airlines could vanish in the next week as the troubled travel company tries to take off with a new name and a $1.66 billion restructuring.
Ryanair's annual profit jumped by two-thirds as lower fares and a campaign to improve the low-cost airline's image attracted almost three times the expected number of additional passengers.
The euro tumbled to a one-month low against the dollar as doubts over Greece's ability to repay its debts intensified, while Greek bonds came under renewed pressure.
Samsung is to merge two of its major units in an $8.1bn all-share deal, part of a major restructuring at the South Korean group as control passes to a new generation of its founding family.