MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's unemployment rate dropped to a record low in May but industrial output fell and consumer demand, measured by retail sales, waned after a decline in real wages...
By Devik Jain and Susan Mathew (Reuters) -European shares fell on Wednesday, as fears about a global recession deepened after chiefs of...
BERLIN (Reuters) -German trade union Verdi has called on technical staff at Hamburg Airport to go on strike on Friday, just as school holidays in the region kick off, adding to the existing industry-wide crunch. ...
By Howard Schneider and Balazs Koranyi WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Federal Reserve will not let the economy slip into a "higher inflation regime"...
By Toby Sterling AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -Shares in Europe's largest online meal ordering company Just Eat Takeaway.com hit an all-time low on Wednesday...
By Davide Barbuscia NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve of New York will publish monthly updates on...
(Reuters) -General Mills attributed its estimate-beating quarterly results to higher pricing and signaled it was ready to take on surging costs as inflation-hit Americans eat at home more to save money. ...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Global exports of semiconductors to Russia have plummeted by 90% since the United States and allies slapped export controls on Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine, U.S. Commerce...
(Reuters) - The Texas Railroad Commission (RRC), which oversees the state's oil and natural gas industries, approved a proposed weatherization rule to help protect Texans during emergencies that could occur any...
(Reuters) -China's JD.Com Inc said on Wednesday it would issue shares worth $220 million to investor Tencent Holdings Inc over a three-year period to access certain services on the latter's WeChat platform. ...