Orders for manufactured big-ticket products continued to rise in February, boosted by strong civilian aircraft sales, the US Commerce Department reported Friday.
Twitter has begun surveying members on a paid subscription service that would give frequent users more tools for using the social network for marketing, journalism and other fields.
Russia’s central bank cut its key rate Friday for the first time in six months and said more cuts were coming, offering a welcome boost to the country’s struggling economy.
The US State Department said Friday that it has issued a presidential permit for TransCanada to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Germany on Friday called on the European Commission to back its steelmakers by insisting on global trade rules in a dispute with US competitors.
The eurozone economy grew at its fastest pace in six years in March, as all signs pointed to a recovery “surging higher” led by France and Germany, a closely watched survey showed Friday.
President Donald Trump’s pick to serve as the chief US financial markets regulator defended himself Thursday against charges his career as a Wall Street lawyer could hinder his ability to oversee the industry effectively.
More work is needed to narrow the differences in talks to unlock new loans for debt-laden Greece, although some progress has been made, an IMF spokesman said Thursday.
Workers at the world’s largest copper mine, BHP Billiton’s Escondida in Chile, ended a lengthy strike Thursday, invoking a law that allows them to keep their old contract for 18 months, their lawyer said.
British retail sales rebounded strongly last month despite Brexit jitters, official data showed Thursday, sparking a spike in the pound.
The famous red star logo of Dutch beer giant Heineken could be banned in Hungary under a government proposal seeking to prohibit the commercial use of “totalitarian” symbols, Budapest said Thursday.