By Howard Schneider (Reuters) – Federal Reserve officials raised fresh doubts on Wednesday about the durability of the U.S. recovery, while new business surveys highlighted developing risks from the
ROME (Reuters) – The Italian government must withdraw the concession of infrastructure group Atlantia to run the country’s motorways, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) – U.S. unemployment will likely decline to below 8% “maybe even 7%” by the end of the year, St.
By Hugh Bronstein BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Argentina has no room to improve its latest debt restructuring offer to creditors, Economy Minister Martin Guzman told Reuters on Wednesday, as the country
By Jonnelle Marte (Reuters) – The U.S. economy could recover more slowly than expected from the economic crisis caused by the novel coronavirus, and demand for the Federal Reserve’s Main Street
OTTAWA, July 8 (REUTERS) – Canada’s budget deficit is now forecast to hit C$343.2 billion ($253.4 billion), the largest shortfall since the Second World War, amid record emergency aid spending in
By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Group of 20 major economies should extend a freeze on official bilateral debt payments by the world’s poorest countries through 2021, and permanently reduce
GENEVA (Reuters) – Global leaders called for a comprehensive approach to counter the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which International Labour Organization chief Guy Ryder said on Wednesday had
CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelan consumer prices rose 19.5% in June compared with the prior month, data from the opposition-controlled National Assembly showed on Wednesday, as surging inflation