JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – U.S.
By Eliana Raszewski BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Argentina’s central bank wants to license market makers to help stabilize its embattled peso currency when the Treasury starts newly announced dollar sales
By Kate Duguid NEW YORK (Reuters) – The dollar fell broadly on Friday and was set for its biggest weekly drop in more than three months, dragged lower by weak U.S. economic data, while sterling was
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. special representative for Venezuela said on Friday that Venezuela’s oil exports have been dropping steadily by roughly 50,000 barrels per month and production is
By Josephine Mason LONDON (Reuters) – European shares closed at their highest level in five months on Friday as investors cheered positive signs on U.S.
MILAN (Reuters) – France’s Vivendi, which is Telecom Italia (TIM) top shareholder, urged Italian market watchdog and TIM’s auditors to further investigate what it called governance issues at the
By Florence Tan HOUSTON (Reuters) – Liquefied natural gas (LNG) producers must avoid becoming over-reliant on the strong Chinese demand growth seen in the past two years and should intensify efforts
By Costas Pitas LONDON (Reuters) – Japanese carmaker Honda said any delay to Brexit must be long enough to give businesses stability whilst BMW is still preparing for a “worst-case scenario” no-deal
By Jesús Aguado BILBAO, Spain (Reuters) – BBVA’s inquiry into allegations of spying involving Spain’s second biggest bank could take several months to conclude, its executive chairman said on Friday