Credit agency Standard & Poor's cut its triple-A rating of the European Union by one notch on Friday, saying it had concerns about how the bloc's budget was fina ..
Gold rose from the lowest close in more than three years to pare a weekly loss that was spurred by the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to begin tapering stimulus. ..
Despite the slight decrease in the pace of asset accumulation, the Fed's balance sheet will likely continue to swell at a pace that would have shocked Wall Street even a ..
China has agreed to make a revised offer to join a global agreement aimed at creating a level playing field for foreign companies competing for government contracts, senior U. ..
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - By ensuring the Federal Reserve begins trimming its massive bond-buying stimulus before a more hawkish contingent of voters comes on board n ..
The Democratic-led U.S. Senate is expected to wrap up its work for the year on Friday by moving to clear President Barack Obama's nomination of Janet Yellen to head the F ..
Google's revised proposals to settle an antitrust case are not acceptable, European Union competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia said on Friday. "The latest offer ..
With the end of the year two weeks away, 10 stocks have already had gains of more than 400%. Investors in these stocks have been, if they held them for the year, wildly succes ..
Japan's central bank held its massive monetary expansion unchanged on Friday, and played down chances of the need for an extra dose next year as it took heart from the U. ..
JAKARTA/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - On rainy days in Jakarta, a canny street merchant like Emi can sell two dozen sachets of herbal cold cure Tolak Angin to office workers and labou ..