America's services sector continued to grow at a brisk pace last month, stoked by strong demand across sectors, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
US private payrolls grew in April, with firms rallying to hike production amid a surge in demand.
Moscow is seeking additional fines worth $321,586 from Twitter for failing to remove content banned in the country fast enough.
The head of the US Treasury issued a clarification of her earlier remarks on interest rates.
Online grocery sales growth slowed in April as increasingly confident shoppers started returning to stores following the easing of lockdown restrictions, a survey showed.
A top US central bank official gave short shrift to the supposed need for the Federal Reserve to begin dialing back on its asset purchases.
Almost 20m more people have been affected by food crises in 2020 triggered by armed conflicts, weather disasters and the Covid-19 pandemic, revealed the latest report from the Global Network Against Food Crises (GNAFC).
New car registrations motored ahead in April, industry data showed on Wednesday, as showrooms reopened and customers returned.
Business activity in the eurozone rose in April, suggesting the currency zone's economy began to recover after shrinking in the first quarter.
Ikea UK is launching a plan to buy back unwanted furniture from customers to resell it and reduce its impact on the environment.
Cooler temperatures and rain dampened footfall on British high streets last week, industry data showed on Tuesday.
Mortgage borrowing surged to an all-time high in March, official data showed on Tuesday, as the UK property market continued to boom.
The UK manufacturing sector surged in April, a closely-watched industry survey showed on Tuesday, but disruptions to the supply chain continued to cast a shadow.
Voters in Madrid are likely to re-elect current conservative governor, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, in Tuesday’s election due n part to the relaxed mobility rules that she implemented in the city, the most recent polls showed.
Some countries from the European Union, including France and Germany, are pushing Brussels to strike a deal to buy Valneva's Covid-19 vaccine candidate despite a recent setback in talks.
Americans were more confident in April thanks to the growing belief that the upward momentum in jobs and incomes would persist. the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
Manufacturing sector activity in the Chicago area accelerated at its quickest pace for nearly four decades in April, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
Germany's economy fell back into contraction at the start of 2021, weighed down by the hit to construction and services from a value-added tax hike in January.
Ripple chief executive officer Brad Garlinghouse said there is a lack of clarity in US regulations on cryptocurrencies.
House prices are surging back in the UK and the pace is set to pick up further in coming months, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
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