(Reuters) - Spanish government's debt fell as a percentage of its gross domestic product (GDP) to 95.5% in the fourth . . .
BERLIN (Reuters) - France, Germany and Britain have exported medical goods to Iran in the first transaction conducted under a . . .
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's retail sales fell by a record 44% in February from a year earlier, as . . .
PARIS (Reuters) - Vivendi
The French conglomerate, in which billionaire Vincent Bollore's holding company has the biggest stake, said it . . .
VIENNA (Reuters) - Austrian economic growth will fall more than 3% this year in a "moderate" coronavirus pandemic response scenario, . . .
BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Euro zone inflation plunged this month on crashing oil prices, signalling the start of a possible deflationary . . .
(Reuters) - The Federal Reserve has moved into overdrive to try to keep the U.S. economy from suffering lasting damage . . .
ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia will continue with the next stage of its plan for adopting the euro despite any adverse . . .
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Several Danish lenders say they have suspended share repurchases and dividend plans for 2019, heeding calls by . . .
OSLO (Reuters) - The founder and former chairman of Norwegian Air
Kjos and Kise, who are no longer involved in . . .
BERLIN (Reuters) - German unemployment rose slightly in March, data showed on Tuesday, but the Federal Labour Office warned that . . .
By Ron Bousso
LONDON (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell
In an update ahead of first-quarter results, Shell said it expects "significant . . .
By David Kirton
SHENZHEN, China (Reuters) - China's Huawei Technologies reported its smallest annual profit increase in three years, hurt by . . .
By Florence Tan
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A jump in freight rates has shaved profits for oil traders seeking to store crude . . .
PARIS (Reuters) - France's annual inflation fell more than expected in March to hit its lowest level since late 2016 . . .
BERLIN (Reuters) - Shares in meal-kit delivery firm HelloFresh
HelloFresh shares were up 14.2% at 0725 GMT, making them the . . .
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Volkswagen
"We are cautiously optimistic that the worst effects of the crisis will be behind us in . . .
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Ericsson's
In the text of a speech for Tuesday's annual general meeting, which has been shortened to . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - British grocery sales soared 20.6% year-on-year in the four weeks to March 22, as shoppers stocked-up before . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government's debt office will ramp up its sales of gilts to raise 45 billion pounds . . .
(Reuters) - Cigarette makers Imperial Brands
Imperial Brands, the maker of Gauloises Blondes cigarettes, said it secured a new 3.5 . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Britons made over 79 million extra grocery shopping trips in the four weeks to March 21 year-on-year . . .
PARIS (Reuters) - Rothschild
"Although there is still considerable uncertainty around how this will develop and, hence, the degree to . . .
ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's treasury is stepping up its funding plans in response to government measures to cushion the economic . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - British Airways said it is temporarily suspending flights from Gatwick Airport in southern England, Britain's second busiest . . .
(Reuters) - UK's Smiths Group said on Tuesday the separation of its medical unit will be delayed, as it focuses . . .
BERLIN (Reuters) - Keeping firms closed for more than two months due to the coronavirus outbreak could cost the German . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - London's Metropolitan Police are in the pink after securing a supply of hand sanitiser from the city's . . .
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will grant export quotas for refined oil products to non-state refineries in the Zhejiang pilot free . . .
OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's planned government credit guarantee for airlines can be implemented immediately after it received a green light . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain narrowed its current account deficit by more than expected in the last three months of 2019, . . .
LONDON (Reuters) - WPP
The group, which has cut debt and raised cash as part of a three-year turnaround plan, . . .
By Kane Wu and Anshuman Daga
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asia's dealmakers are looking to distressed sales and a pick-up in . . .
ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli
After a strong start to the year, the group saw the . . .
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean panel maker Samsung Display has decided to end all of its production of liquid crystal . . .
By David Shepardson and Tracy Rucinski
WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Airlines must suggest possible compensation in return for government cash assistance and . . .
TOKYO (Reuters) - A lockdown of major Japanese cities like Tokyo and Osaka to halt the spread of the coronavirus . . .
By Andrea Shalal
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic is expected to sharply slow growth in developing economies in East Asia . . .
(Reuters) - The U.S. Air Force announced on Monday an additional deficiency in the KC-46 Pegasus aerial fuel system built . . .
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's services activity expanded in March after slumping to a record low the previous month, but business . . .
BEIJING (Reuters) - Factory activity in China unexpectedly expanded in March from a collapse the month before, but analysts caution . . .
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's
The FBA fee waiver applies to products stored in the U.S., UK, Germany, France, . . .
By Jane Chung
SEOUL (Reuters) - Oil recovered ground on Tuesday after U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin . . .
BEIJING (Reuters) - China should not set an economic growth target this year given the high level of uncertainty from . . .
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Rio Tinto Ltd
New Zealand is in a four-week lockdown to contain the virus that has infected . . .
By Wayne Cole
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets managed a tentative rally on Tuesday after European and U.S. equities stabilized, . . .
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd
This is the first time a Samsung chip factory employee has tested positive . . .
By Leika Kihara
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's industrial output rose in February at a slower pace than the previous month and . . .
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese retail sales rose 1.7% in February from a year earlier, compared with a median market forecast . . .
By Jamie Freed and Rachit Vats
SYDNEY/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Major global airlines projected layoffs, furloughs and capacity cuts over the next . . .