By Sruthi Shankar (Reuters) – Europe’s main stocks benchmark closed nearly flat on Wednesday, as investors waited to hear from the U.S.
By Belén Carreño MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s furniture manufacturers say they are overwhelmed by demand after sales boomed at the end of lockdown in June, potentially erasing most of the year’s losses.
By Andrew Hedlund NEW YORK (LPC) – Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division (MBD) is seeking up to $17 billion for private credit investments for senior debt financings and special situations
By Liz Lee KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Leading medical glove maker Top Glove Corporation has submitted information to prove it did not use forced labour, a U.S.
By Ross Kerber BOSTON (Reuters) – Top American chief executives on average made 264 times as much as their typical employee in 2019, narrower than the year before, a union report found, but the ratio
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Contracts to buy U.S. previously owned homes increased more than expected in June, the latest indication that the housing market was weathering the COVID-19 pandemic far better
By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) – London’s normally buzzing financial districts will still be a pale shadow by the end of the year, as banks plan for no more than half their staff, who have mostly
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States’ trade deficit in goods fell sharply in June as exports rebounded following several months of decline, suggesting a recovery in global trade after being
LONDON (Reuters) – Banks using Britain as a gateway to the European Union must fully execute their plans for serving the bloc’s customers before a Brexit transition period ends in December, the EU’s