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The New York Times › Finance › 7 minutes ago
A coal town in southwestern Virginia has been trying for years. Hope is running thin.
One America News Network › Finance › 22 minutes ago
By Sruthi Shankar and Piotr Lipinski (Reuters) - European shares edged higher on Friday as comments from U.S.
One America News Network › Finance › 37 minutes ago
PARIS (Reuters) - France rejects a U.S. proposal this week that would let companies opt out of a proposed international tax reform, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Friday, urging Washington to
One America News Network › Finance › 47 minutes ago
LUANDA (Reuters) - The IMF has approved a second tranche of a $247 million loan to be paid to Angola under its Extended Fund Facility following a review of the southern African oil producer's progress
CBC › Politics › 1 hour ago
A highly redacted department briefing note prepared for the minister of finance in the summer outlines some of the economic and fiscal tools that could be used in the next economic downtown. But economists tell CBC News it’s time to think outside...
CBC › Finance › 1 hour ago
Critics have warned the economic disruption caused by fighting climate change will lead to massive unemployment, but something different seems to be happening.
One America News Network › Finance › 1 hour ago
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's new bank loans are expected to rebound in November from a 22-month low the previous month as the central bank lowered some key lending rates and encouraged more credit
CBC › Finance › 1 hour ago
On Dec. 6, 1989, a gunman fatally shot 14 young women studying to be engineers at Montreal's École Polytechnique. Thirty years later, other women of that generation have made their mark on engineering and the world, from designing aircraft to...
One America News Network › Finance › 1 hour ago
LONDON (Reuters) - British house prices rose in November at the fastest annual rate in seven months, mortgage lender Halifax said on Friday.
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By Simon Jessop and Clara Denina LONDON (Reuters) - The Saudi Aramco IPO was supposed to be a cornerstone of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's ambitious plan to open the gates to foreign investment
One America News Network › Finance › 2 hours ago
BERLIN (Reuters) - German industrial output fell unexpectedly in October on a sharp drop in production of capital goods, pointing to persistent weakness in the backbone of the economy that may
One America News Network › Finance › 3 hours ago
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will waive imports tariffs for some soybeans and pork originating from the United States, China's finance ministry said on Friday citing a decision by the country's cabinet.
The Wall Street Journal › Finance › 5 hours ago
The Labor Department will release the November jobs report on Friday, offering a view of the U.S. economy’s health as the year winds down.
The New York Times › Finance › 5 hours ago
Job gains are expected to have picked up last month, but the underlying trend might not be quite as strong.
Breitbart › Politics › 5 hours ago
Donald Trump employed illegal aliens and treated them well before he entered politics, says a report by the Washington Post.
One America News Network › Finance › 6 hours ago
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Social unrest in Hong Kong contributed two percentage points to the city's economic contraction in the third quarter, Paul Chan, financial secretary of the city's government,
Breitbart › Technology › 7 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Uber, as part of a safety report, revealed more than 3,000 sexual assaults were reported during its U.S. rides in 2018.
One America News Network › Finance › 7 hours ago
By Kaori Kaneko TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese households cut their spending for the first time in almost a year in October as a sales tax hike prompted consumers to rein in expenses and natural disasters
One America News Network › Finance › 8 hours ago
TOKYO (Reuters) - Oil edged up in early Asia trade on Friday, with U.S. crude trading near a two-month high after OPEC agreed to increase output curbs by nearly 50 percent in early 2020, although the
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