WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Boeing Co has been awarded a $6.5 billion U.S. defense contract for Joint Direct Attack Munition tail kits, spares, repairs and technical services, the Pentagon said on Friday.
By Scott DiSavino NEW YORK (Reuters) – Oil rose about 1% on Friday after attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman this week raised concerns about potential supply disruptions, but prices
By Karen Brettell NEW YORK (Reuters) – The dollar index climbed to its highest in almost two weeks on Friday after encouraging retail sales data for May released ahead of a Federal Reserve policy
PARIS (Reuters) – Airbus sought on Friday to heighten anticipation surrounding a new longer-range version of its A321neo and hinted at new orders for its larger A330neo plane ahead of a Paris Airshow
(Reuters) – U.S. gross domestic product could still grow at a 3% rate this year, White House Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Kevin Hassett told CNBC on Friday.
LISBON (Reuters) – Portugal’s flag carrier TAP-Air Portugal has quadrupled the maximum amount of its ongoing debenture loan offering to 200 million euros ($224 million), the company said in a filing
By Jan Strupczewski and Francesco Guarascio LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) – European Union finance ministers took small steps towards deeper euro zone economic integration on Friday, but they failed to agree
By Medha Singh and Sruthi Shankar (Reuters) – Trade-sensitive technology stocks led losses in European markets on Friday after U.S. chipmaker Broadcom’s sales warning and disappointing industrial data
GENEVA (Reuters) – Supporters of Brexit are “completely wrong” if they think recourse to an obscure trade rule will stop tariffs springing up overnight if Britain leaves the European Union without a