Olam: Balance Sheet `Strongest Since IPO'

Olam International Ltd., the commodity trader that short-seller Carson Block said may fail, said its balance sheet is the strongest since it first sold shares to the public in 2005 and that it’s “comfortable” with its current equity levels and gearing.

Samsung Is Now Facing a Revolt at Home
08:47 - Hundreds of owners of Samsung's fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 filed a class-action lawsuit demanding compensation. Hours earlier, a South Korean investment advisory firm recommended shareholders vote against Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee joining the board, in the strongest public opposition so far to the heir-apparent’s ascension. Bloomberg's Rosalind Chin reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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