Economy

Australian leader off to US for talks with Trump, governors

Feb 21, 2018

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is heading to the United States, accompanied by the largest Australian political and business delegation ever to visit the U.S.

Report: EU would squeeze US juice, whiskey in trade spat

Feb 20, 2018

A German newspaper reports that the European Union is drawing up a list of U.S. products to target _ including orange juice and Kentucky bourbon _ if Washington goes ahead with proposals to restrict imports of aluminum and steel

May says Britain seeks bespoke deal with EU after Brexit

Feb 16, 2018

May says Britain wants a bespoke arrangement with the European Union once it leaves the bloc next year, but offers no fresh insight into what her government might offer to clinch a deal with Brussels

Airbus expects strong growth, looks past plane troubles

Feb 15, 2018

Shares in European plane maker Airbus fly higher after the company reports improved earnings and is more upbeat about the future following problems to several of its key aircraft programs

Longest-serving Dutch premier, Ruud Lubbers, dies at 78

Feb 14, 2018

Ruud Lubbers, who as the Netherlands' longest-serving prime minister guided his country through economic turmoil to prosperity, has died at age 78

World markets subdued as Wall Street rally loses momentum

Feb 13, 2018

Shares in Europe and Asia mixed as afterglow from Wall Street's overnight rally fades

Asian shares lifted by Wall Street rally, China leads gains

Feb 13, 2018

Asian shares track overnight rally on Wall Street, China leading gains

Column: Another Olympic city faces a financial calamity

Feb 12, 2018

Column: The most certain thing at the Olympics is the host city taking a financial bath, and it's certainly going to be no different for Pyeongchang

Former Aussie leader blames funding for indigenous setbacks

Feb 12, 2018

An Australian prime minister who a decade ago set an ambitious timetable for ending indigenous disadvantage has blamed a lack of government funding for slow progress

North Americans make Korea men's Olympic hockey team unified

Feb 11, 2018

Seven North Americans are part of Korea's men's hockey team, making it a different kind of unified group at the Olympics than the women

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