Economy

After Fed turn, Europe faces stimulus question

Jun 6, 2019

The European Central Bank is wrestling with what to do about growth worries and sluggish inflation, just two days after the U.S. Federal Reserve opened the door to more stimulus

Asian stocks mixed after Trump threatens Mexico tariffs

Jun 6, 2019

Asian markets mixed after Trump threatens to push ahead with tariffs on Mexican goods

Eurozone jobless rate lowest in over a decade

Jun 4, 2019

The unemployment rate has fallen fell to its lowest since August 2008 in the 19 countries that use the euro, as domestic demand keeps growth chugging despite ill winds from slowing global trade

Pence says US-Canada relationship has 'never been stronger'

May 31, 2019

Vice President Mike Pence says the U.S.-Canada relationship has "never been stronger," less than a year after a trade tiff had chilled the allies' historically warm ties

Airline group chief: Boeing jet won't return before August

May 29, 2019

The global airline trade group says it expects the Boeing 737 Max jet will remain grounded at least through mid-August after two deadly crashes

German unemployment ticks up in May

May 29, 2019

The Federal Labor Agency says unemployment ticked up in Germany in May, but that the labor market in Europe's largest economy remained strong

UN reveals rights abuse at thriving markets in North Korea

May 28, 2019

UN report reveals rights abuses behind thriving markets in North Korea

Climate change a top issue for European Parliament voters

May 24, 2019

Concerns about climate change have prompted mass protests across Europe for the past year, turning the issue into a key topic ahead of the European Parliament elections taking place through Sunday across the 28-nation bloc

Political hero's death overshadows Australian campaign

May 17, 2019

Australia's opposition leader said he wants to win elections on Saturday for his Australian political hero whose death overshadows the final days of campaigning

Australian opposition party vows big surpluses if elected

May 10, 2019

Australia's opposition party has promised to deliver bigger budget surpluses if it wins elections next week, while the ruling coalition warned the policies would harm the economy

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