By Gabriela Baczynska BRUSSELS (Reuters) - It may take European Union countries until the summer or even longer to agree on how...
(Reuters) - The U.S. housing regulator on Wednesday announced its second step in as many days to help ease the liquidity strain in the mortgage market. ...
STUTTGART (Reuters) - Mercedes-Benz is ramping up engine production at its plant in Bad Cannstatt, Stuttgart, this week after Germany eased lockdown measures in a sign Europe's largest economy is getting back to work after...
(Reuters) - Shares of American Eagle Outfitters Inc <AEO.N> dropped 14% on Wednesday after the apparel retailer withdrew its full-year forecast and said current-quarter results would be significantly hit by coronavirus-related store closures. ...
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - IKEA, the world’s biggest furniture brand, opened three of its six stores in Israel on Wednesday after the government started to gradually ease its coronavirus lockdown. ...
By Gwladys Fouche OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian Air <NWC.OL>, the budget carrier that changed the way people travel across the Atlantic, is...
By Howard Schneider and Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A handful of mostly southern U.S. states will begin loosening economic restrictions this...
By Benjamin Mallet and Bate Felix PARIS (Reuters) - Plummeting electricity demand and falling power prices during the coronavirus outbreak could leave...
By Joe Brock and John Geddie SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A growing body of scientific research linking tyre wear to microplastic pollution, as...
LONDON (Reuters) - Nissan will restart production at its Barcelona factory from May 4 and it will begin piloting safety measures at its British plant with the return of around 50 staff this week, the...