The euro held firm as investors questioned how far the ECB would go on Thursday in hinting at policy easing, though world shares weakened before U.S. data which could set the ..
Ireland has successfully passed its lenders' final review of an 85 billion euro bailout, paving the way for it to complete the aid deal in December, its finance ministry ..
ArcelorMittal (MT.AS), the world's largest steelmaker, said on Thursday its two-year slump was over and prospects for 2014 were looking up, after higher U.S. steel shipme ..
Italy's car market shows no signs yet of recovery, unlike other key countries in Europe, a top Fiat (MIL:F) executive said on Thursday. "We are not seeing signs of a ..
U.S. economic growth is likely languishing in the second half of 2013, held back by federal policies and a slowdown in hiring that has kept consumers from stepping up spending ..
China will keep economic growth steady while forging ahead with reforms, Premier Li Keqiang was quoted by state television as saying on Thursday. "We will continue to kee ..
General Motors Co's recall of 114,000 Chevrolet Tavera sport-utility vehicles in India will be overseen by a government panel, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said ..
Britain's financial regulator has written to the bosses of the country's biggest four banks to tell them to speed up compensating small firms mis-sold risky products ..
Encouraging young people to buy a home may be storing up trouble for the future in the shape of higher unemployment, according to a new study. ..
Is Detroit truly bankrupt? It seems like an easy question to answer, given that it has $18 billion worth of liabilities and little in the way of cash to pay them. ..