Flights grounded, trains halted and supermarkets shut, while rugby and F1 Grand Prix also affected
China to lift limits on foreign ownership in securities, mutual fund management and futures trading.
The Brazilian government has failed to auction four oil fields located near one of the nation’s biggest coral reef systems.
A number of European Central Bank officials objected at their last meeting to the decision to launch bond purchases to help the economy.
Asian stocks follow Wall Street higher on optimism about U.S.-Chinese trade talks.
The leaders of Serbia, North Macedonia and Albania have pledged to lift barriers to free trade and travel between the three Balkan countries as they all seek entry into the European Union.
More than a year after Greece exited its bailout programs, investors _ in a historic first _ bought its short-term debt Wednesday at a negative yield, meaning that in theory they volunteered to get less money back than they paid.
China demands Washington lift tech sanctions, warns Beijing will ‘resolutely safeguard’ its interests.
The European Union police agency says cybercriminals are using new technology and exploiting existing online vulnerabilities as they shift their focus to larger and more profitable targets.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has proposed a plan to overhaul the way multinationals – particularly tech giants – are taxed to make sure they pay their fair share in countries where they do significant business.