DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - The New York Stock Exchange took a swipe on Tuesday at its London rival in their battle to attract the foreign listing of shares in oil giant Saudi Aramco, saying it didn’t need to “bend over backwards” to lure what could be the world’s biggest IPO.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia’s Federal Agency for Tourism on Tuesday published a list of hotels that have increased their room prices by as much as 5,000 percent for this year’s soccer World Cup.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan Socialist Party official Diosdado Cabello on Tuesday proposed that presidential elections be held by the end of April.
Reporting by Vivian Sequera; Writing by Alexandra Ulmer
PARIS (Reuters) - The Syrian government may still be using chemical weapons after a suspected chlorine attack in the rebel enclave of eastern Ghouta, the United States said on Tuesday, adding that Russia ultimately bore responsibility.