UK’s teachers and civil servants join mass strike on ‘Walkout Wednesday’

Up to 500,000 people are expected to join the strike in the UK The government says…

France hit by new wave of strikes against Macron’s pension reform

The reform raises the retirement age from 62 to 64 Schools, transport networks, oil refineries were…

The mouse that roared: New Zealand and the world’s 2% inflation target

WELLINGTON, New Zealand, Jan 30 (Reuters) – More than 30 years ago, some relatively young central…

Exclusive: Top U.S. Treasury official to warn UAE, Turkey over sanctions evasion

WASHINGTON, Jan 28 (Reuters) – The head of the US Treasury Department on a trip to…

China’s open borders and push to stoke economy may revive dealmaking, advisers say

SYDNEY/SINGAPORE, Jan 26 (Reuters) – China’s reopened borders and renewed efforts to boost the faltering economy…

Gucci hits runway as fashion world awaits new designer

PARIS/MILAN, Jan 13 (Reuters) – Gucci kicked off Milan Fashion Week on Friday with messy, androgynous…

U.S. banks get ready for shrinking profits and recession

NEW YORK, Jan 10 (Reuters) – U.S. banking giants are expected to report lower fourth-quarter profits…

World stocks soar, investors pare rate bets after US jobs data

Stocks rose as U.S. jobs data quelled inflation fears Investors believe the Fed shouldn’t be so…

Russia explores buying stranded jets from Western leasing firms

About 400 planes worth 10 billion dollars were stuck because of the war $644 million was…

Germany’s half-a-trillion dollar energy bazooka may not be enough

FRANKFURT, Dec 15 (Reuters) – Germany is spending money to keep the lights on. About half…