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After showing resilience to global economic challenges last year, the 19-member eurozone's economic outlook is positive, with recovery expected to continue this year and next, the European Commission announced in a report on Monday.
He decision by Nikkei 225-listed Nisshinbo Holdings marked the first time a Japanese company has publicly abandoned a Mexican facility in response to the new US president’s protectionist outbursts.
The Republican chairman of a key House of Representatives committee has laid out his plan to roll back Wall Street rules and consumer protections conceived after the 2008 financial crisis, a step that will largely define the financial deregulation debate in the Trump era.
Deloitte study places city three spots behind rival Singapore, but minister says results do not paint whole picture
Brokers had expected early rises as the Nasdaq closed at a record high after a 0.19 per cent rise to 5,674.22 overnight
China's foreign exchange reserves dropped in January to US$2.998 trillion, falling below the US$3 trillion level for the first time since early 2011 and showing that capital outflow pressure persists.
There are more girls in the U.S. living in poverty and low-income households now than were ten years ago, according to a new report released exclusively
Loan officers at U.S. banks reported largely unchanged lending standards and slightly looser terms for business loans in the last three months of 2016, the Federal Reserve reported on Monday in a quarterly survey.
The government’s recent announcement to redevelop the Lok Ma Chau Loop – a piece of swamp land adjacent to the Shenzhen river – into a technology park has stoked a range of emotions among the city’s business community and wider public.
Agreement comes as part of a visit to Beijing by cabinet-level delegation from Manila