The focus over the coming week will be on reports covering gross domestic product and the labour market in May.
The head of German biotechnology outfit BioNTech thinks that his company will be file for regulatory approval of its Covid-19 vaccine before the end of 2020.
Gilead Sciences's Remdesivir antiviral treatment for the novel coronavirus may cut the risk of death by nearly two-thirds.
Producer prices in the US continued retreating last month amid sharp drops in the cost of food and in retailers' margins.
The Democratic Party's presumptive nominee vowed on Thursday to "put an end" to an era "shareholder capitalism", saying that the days of Amazon not paying federal taxes were numbered.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) raised its 2020 oil demand forecast on Friday but warned the spread of Covid-19 was still a concern and could change the outlook.
The International Monetary Fund chief economist Gita Gopinath called for governments to start “equity-like” support for firms affected by the coronavirus.
Weekly jobless claims in the US fell more than expected last week, according to figures released on Thursday.
China's manufacturing sector reported tentative signs of recovery in June, despite the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on demand, official data showed on Thursday.
Germany's trade surplus improved as expected in May but exports remained well below pre-Covid-19 levels as large trading partners continued with restrictions on economic activity.
Gold prices have broken fresh records, despite a recent rally in equities, amid ongoing concerns about the long-term economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the prospect of rising inflation.
Europe’s second top court cut German company Infineon Technologies antitrust fine on Wednesday from €82. 78m to €76. 87m.
Leading experts will meet to discuss the challenges posed by increasingly sophisticated 'fake news' at the 2020 edition of Cyber Polygon.
Britain imposed sanctions on 25 Russians and 20 Saudis on Monday as part of post-Brexit measures that were aimed at cracking down on the laundering of “blood money”.
Job openings in the US continued to recover in May but remained far below their year earlier levels, the results of a widely-followed survey revealed.
Unemployment in the UK could reach almost 15% by the end of 2020 if the economy is hit by a second wave of Covid-19, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development warned.
An anti-gambling charity called on banks to improve their card blocking systems to try to aid those with gambling problems after data emerged that 40% of current accounts offer no help in such cases.
Brussels has slashed its economic forecasts and warned that the European Union will suffer a deeper-than-expected recession because of the Covid-19 crisis.
A top Federal Reserve official has warned the US economic revival could stall because of the recent increase in Covid-19 infections in large southern and western states.
A multibillion-dollar set of gas projects around the world could be at risk due to the collapse of the fossil fuel markets, said a report by Global Energy Monitor.
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