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"While most high-profile lockdowns were relaxed in May, June data do not show the powerhouse bounce-back most expected," according to a report released Tuesday.
The Group of 7 announced a new infrastructure funding program for developing nations that could rival China's Belt and Road Initiative.
As pressure mounts on Russia, Europe is facing "a very tight situation," says Jeffrey Schott analyst at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Overseas travelers now only need to quarantine at a centralized facility for seven days upon arrival in mainland China, followed by three days at home.
European stocks closed sharply higher on Friday to end a volatile week, as investors assessed inflation and fears of a possible economic recession.
Americans don't need a passport to get to the No. 1 spot for a working vacation, according to a recent analysis from Icelandair.
The kingdom works actively with NATO and sees itself as a partner of the alliance.
The ruble has actually gotten so strong that Russia's central bank is trying to weaken it, fearing that this will make their exports less competitive.
A new front in tensions between Russia and NATO has opened up. This time, it's over the small exclave of Kaliningrad.
European stocks are expected to open lower on Monday after a tumultuous trading week last week.
After two years of Covid-19 frustration, the emirate’s famous weekend feasts are back with a bang in a new weekend slot — much to the relief of frazzled city dwellers.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Friday reiterated the central bank's commitment to bringing down inflation.
Wharton's Jeremy Siegel is calling for a 100 basis point rate hike, and says markets may be "close to the bottom."
China released economic data for May that topped muted expectations for a month hampered by Covid controls.
European stocks were choppy on Tuesday after sharp declines in global markets to start the week.