NEW YORK (Reuters) – Interest rates on U.S. 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages fell to their lowest levels in two months in step with a slide in U.S. bond yields stemming from concerns about slowing U.S.
By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s indebted Jet Airways Ltd told its pilot union on Thursday it will clear all salary dues by April and has given them a schedule outlining when the
By Alexander Winning JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s government is discussing restructuring the debt of state-run utility Eskom but will only give details of what it plans to do next year,
By Steven Scheer JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel will likely allow exports of medical cannabis by the end of the year, a top lawmaker said on Thursday, a move that would boost state coffers and slow the
ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s ruling parties were at odds on Thursday over an amendment to the 2019 budget law, introduced this week, that would raise taxes on traditional fossil-fueled cars.
By Giuseppe Fonte and Gavin Jones ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s ruling League party will accept only a minor reduction to next year’s budget deficit target, senior party sources said on Thursday, conceding
By Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union executive will offer Swiss stock exchanges a two-year extension of their right to operate in the bloc if the Swiss government approves an
WASHINGTON, Dec 6 (Reuters) – The U.S. trade deficit jumped to a 10-year high in October as soybean exports continued to fall and imports of consumer goods rose to a record high, suggesting the Trump
By Mayela Armas CARACAS (Reuters) – Two high-ranking Venezuelan officials are traveling to London with plans to meet with the Bank of England over the repatriation of $550 million in gold held in the