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* Reports Q2 revenue of 358,000 zlotys ($91,475.88) versus 318,000 zlotys a year ago
* H1 revenue 159.355 million euros ($177.39 million)versus 124.426 million euros year ago
The European Central Bank is flexible about the time horizon of its inflation objective as a rigid interpretation of the target could lead to financial instability, ECB chief economist Peter Praet said on Wednesday.
The Indian cabinet has eased rules for quicker settlement of disputes in the construction sector, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Wednesday, to pump liquidity and activate some of the stranded real estate and infrastructure projects.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) HONG KONG, August 31 (Fitch) China Resources Land Ltd's (CR Land; BBB+/Stable) latest results support the ratings on the homebuilder, Fitch Ratings says. CR Land has maintained strong contracted sales growth, which is likely to accelerate when its parent, China Resources Holdings (CRH), completes its planned asset injections. Leverage, as measured by net debt/adjusted inventory, increased to 19.7% at end-June 2016 from 15.9% at end
Thai police investigators on Wednesday said they are seeking a Russian man suspected of using malware to withdraw $350,000 from dozens of cash machines across the country.
* Said on Tuesday it completed subscription of 600,000 series E new shares at a price of 0.28 zloty ($0.0716) per share to one investor for total consideration of 168,000 zlotys
TABLE-Foreign trading in South Korean stocks -Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Daily net trading in shares on South Korea's main stock exchange by three major categories of investors as of 0726 GMT, in billions of South Korean won (a negative figure indicates net selling): FOREIGNERS INSTITUTIONS RETAIL August 31 *21.4 -8.7 10.3 ^August 30 52.4 127.6 -172.6 August 29 84.1 -39.4 -42.0 August 26 -129.6
Some Syrian Kurdish militia fighters remain west of the Euphrates river despite promises to move to the east, which is unacceptable, Turkey's EU minister Omer Celik told the state-run Anadolu news agency on Wednesday.
European equities steadied in early trading on Wednesday after setting a two-week high in the previous day, with gains in companies such as Commerzbank and Bouygues offsetting weaker miners.
India's Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd said on Wednesday it has agreed to sell its sports broadcasting business to Sony Pictures Networks for $385 million, as it rejigs its media content delivery businesses.
The two main UK pension funds of tyremaker Pirelli have agreed deals with insurer Zurich to farm out 600 million pounds ($785.94 million) of risk that members of the company schemes live longer than expected.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said on Wednesday the Iranian-allied Houthi movement would not be allowed to take over Yemen, as he accused Iran of seeking to sow unrest around the region.
South African furniture retailer Steinhoff saw full-year revenue rise by a third as the company, which is buying the United States' Mattress Firm and Britain's...
Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans on Wednesday said he is increasingly convinced that U.S. economic growth has slowed permanently, a situation that will keep U.S. interest rates low for a long time ahead.
South Korea's Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd has formally filed for court receivership on Wednesday, news service MoneyToday reported.
China stocks firmed on Wednesday as the earnings season drew to a close, with interim results wrong-footing pessimists amid signs that state-backed investors have bought blue-chip shares in a bid to help stabilise the market.
Punch Taverns ramps up retail pub strategy -Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Punch Taverns Plc, the second largest pub operator in Britain by number of pub estates, said on Wednesday it identified 177 pubs to operate under the retail contract and that it would open 150 pubs annually under the same arrangement.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) is in talks with an unidentified U.S. company over a possible partnership to develop an armored vehicle that for the first time could see a...
Volkswagen AG could reach a "final" settlement with U.S. authorities as early as October over its large-engine diesel cars found to have cheated emissions tests in a global scandal, the sales chief of its premium Audi brand said.
* Hyundai Merchant looking to buy Hanjin's "good" assets-regulator
European media conglomerate Bertelsmann said on Wednesday its half-year core earnings rose 4.5 percent as growth at RTL Group in France and Germany and its printing business offset some start-up losses at its publishing and education units.
Russell Knox has said watching the Ryder Cup will be a bittersweet experience after the Scot was overlooked by Europe captain Darren Clarke despite being the highest-ranked player outside of the nine automatic qualifying spots.
Jeremy Corbyn, the left-wing head of Britain's opposition Labour party, is set to win a leadership race with even more support than when he was first elected last year, according to a YouGov poll in The Times on Wednesday.
* Emissions scandal has already cost VW billions (Adds executive comment, details)
Czech gymnast Vera Caslavska, whose seven gold medals made her the country's most decorated Olympic athlete, has died aged 74 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer, the head of the Czech Olympic Committee said on Wednesday.
Cyprus signed a deal on Wednesday for the transfer of natural gas via pipeline to Egypt, once extraction starts of discoveries made off the Mediterranean island.
UPDATE 2-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Aug 31 -Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening down 13 points, or 0.19 percent, on Wednesday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures down 0.26 percent ahead of the cash market...
Bouygues Chairman and Chief Executive Martin Bouygues, in charge of the telecoms and construction group since 1989, took one more step towards preparing his succession on Wednesday by naming two new deputy chief executives to assist him.
Lakes Oil, a junior oil and gas explorer in Australia, is considering the grounds it may have for suing Victoria state, after the government there permanently banned fracking and extended a halt on onshore conventional gas drilling to 2020.