BERLIN (Reuters) - The German economy dodged a technical recession in the third quarter, with private consumption and trade supporting modest growth, a senior official in the ..
Dudley, answering questions at a luncheon hosted by the United Arab Emirates central bank in Abu Dhabi, also said recent U.S. Dudley said, however, that he could not give the ..
A large group of professional forecasters cut their outlook for euro zone inflation and growth, underlining a trend that could prompt the European Central Bank to take more po ..
Oil fell below $80 a barrel for the first time since 2010 on Thursday, as more evidence of a slowdown in China's resource-hungry economy chimed with OPEC warning of a sub ..
Global stocks were mostly higher Thursday after Japan reported a surprise rise in machinery orders as investors looked ahead to the latest U.S. employment and retail sales dat ..
Japanese companies overwhelmingly want Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to delay or scrap a planned tax increase, a Reuters poll shows, highlighting concerns that it could derail a f ..
NEW DELHI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - India won U.S. Under the pact with Washington, India will lift a veto on a global agreement on streamlining customs rules that is likely to ad ..
It's still too early to raise interest rates given below-target inflation, New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley said, noting there could be a significant ben ..
Honda Motor Co said on Thursday that a driver in Malaysia died in July after being hit by shrapnel from an air bag supplied by Takata Corp (7312.T) - the fifth such fatality a ..
Growth in China real estate investment slowed further in the first 10 months of 2014, but property sales showed some signs of improvement, indicating Beijing's efforts to ..