World markets mixed on growth, Brexit doubts

Apr 11, 2019

World stocks have turned slightly higher after Britain secured a new deadline for its exit from the European Union

Asian shares fall as Fed minutes show data may tweak stance

Apr 11, 2019

Asian shares retreat as some Fed officials suggest data may tweak stance

Australian election May 18 to be fought on refugees, economy

Apr 11, 2019

Australia's prime minister calls a May 18 election that will be fought on issues including climate change, asylum seekers and economic management

Europe hurt by US trade threats, central bank says

Apr 10, 2019

The head of the European Central Bank says that global trade conflicts, including U.S. threats to put tariffs on imports, are holding back the eurozone economy

The Latest: Trade disputes holding back European economy

Apr 10, 2019

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says that "global headwinds" from trade conflicts are still holding back the eurozone economy even as rising wages continue to help

European Central Bank keeps interest rates at record lows amid economic risks from Brexit, trade conflicts

Apr 10, 2019

European Central Bank keeps interest rates at record lows amid economic risks from Brexit, trade conflicts

'Fascination with authoritarianism' worries German president

Apr 8, 2019

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has warned of a "worldwide fascination with authoritarianism" that Germany isn't immune to despite the economic wellbeing of most citizens

Life as an EU satellite: Swiss, Turks hold lessons for UK

Apr 5, 2019

As Britain looks to set up outside the European Union, it might consider how the Swiss or Turks have fared: They know well the benefits and headaches of being close to _ but not part of _ the gargantuan economic and political bloc.

German industrial production rises on construction gains

Apr 5, 2019

German industrial production rose unexpectedly in February, driven by strong growth in the construction sector

Glaring US absences raise questions about relevance of G-7

Apr 4, 2019

Two key American officials _ U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen _ are skipping meetings in France this week as the Group of Seven countries gather to try to find solutions to world security challenges

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