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In its hardest contraction since June 2014, Japan’s economy is facing its second drop since the beginning of the year. Largest contributors to the drop are: the trade war between Washington and Beijing; Typhoon Trami that disrupted pr...
U.S. employers slowed their pace of hiring in November, but wage growth matched the highest rate in nearly a decade and unemployment held at a very low level, showing the labor market remains a pillar of strength even as the stock market and other economic signals flash caution. U.S. nonfarm...
German politics is in flux. The Grand Coalition of the CDU, CSU and SPD parties has weakened following regional elections in October that saw CSU leader Horst Seehofer having to step down. Now, Chancellor Angela Merkel's party, the CD...
The U.S. trade deficit reached its highest level in 10 years in October, led in part by tax-cut-driven domestic demand and a potentially tariff-related fall in exports. The foreign-trade gap in goods and services rose 1.7% from the prior month to a seasonally adjusted $55.5 billion in October,...
Trading in positive territory since the beginning of December and following a drop of 22% in November, oil prices appear on the verge of a comeback, as OPEC’s meeting in Vienna kicks off. The market expects an output cut of 1 million ...
Bayer AG said that it is aiming to increase sales and profitability across all its divisions through 2022. The company said it aims to grow sales about 4% in 2019 and between 4% and 5% annually on average from 2020 and 2022. It also aims to grow adjusted earnings before interest, taxes,...
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