Euro zone private businesses ended the third quarter with much stronger growth than predicted, bolstered by manufacturers, who had their best month since early 2011, a survey showed on Friday.
The threat posed by North Korea is “terrible” but it would a mistake for market participants to significantly alter their portfolios on concerns of a nuclear war, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said.
When it comes to the transition to renewables, energy storage is crucial. Sustainable Energy takes a look at efforts in California.
Many Germans are worried that a nationalist, ring-wing party could gain a lot of votes in Sunday’s federal election.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – The Australian government has resumed the use of Chinese-built drones in non-classifed situations, the country’s defense minister said on Thursday.
Lawmakers are formulating meaningless green vehicle regulations, said Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Boeing Co said on Friday it had increased its 20-year forecast for Southeast Asian demand by 460 aircraft, the largest jump of any global region, as low-cost carriers make travel more accessible.
The U.S. will hurt its credibility if it cancels the Iran deal, making North Korea talks tougher, China Daily said.
TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian stocks fell and the Japanese yen and Swiss franc gained on Friday after North Korea said it might test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean and escalated a war of words with U.S. President Donald Trump.
European stocks have recovered some summer losses but past performance suggests the German election could harm momentum.
Germans are heading to the polls on Sunday September 24 for a federal election: Here’s all you need to know.
HOUSTON (Reuters) – Addressing a real estate conference in flood-ravaged Houston this month, longtime investor Ray Sasser detailed his strategy: buy up to 50 flooded homes at deep discounts, then fix and flip them for a hefty profit.
Our live blog is tracking market reaction after French and German PMI data for September beat expectations.