The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on Friday initiated a patent investigation into certain integrated circuits and products containing the same from 32 companies based in several countries and regions including China, the United States, Japan and Mexico.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose in June pushed by healthy job growth, brushing aside downcast growth data in the first quarter, a survey showed on Friday.
It would be hard for Ukraine to be a participant in the CIS and The European Union (EU) free trade agreements simultaneously, a senior Russian diplomat said Friday.
Crude prices were little changed Friday amid lackluster U.S. economic data.
Asian investors invested around 368 million euros (501 million U.S. dollars) in the Spanish property market in the first half of 2014, according to information published on Friday by the Economic newspaper Expansion.
Auto parts manufacturer, Kirchhoff Automotive, plans to spend over 22 million U.S. dollars on its two Polish factories this year.
Member states of the European Union (EU) are slow to act on economic reform recommendations, according to a study released by the European Parliament (EP) on Thursday.
Domestic gas price should be steadily raised higher than inflation rate, in order to finance the construction of the Power of Siberia pipeline, Russia’s energy giant Gazprom said Thursday.
U.S. stocks cut earlier losses but still closed in negative territory Thursday, as investors mulled over whether the Federal Reserve would hike interest rates sooner than expected.
U.S. fixed mortgage rates fell for the second consecutive week, lower than the same period of last year, affected by the serious contraction in the first quarter GDP, said the Primary Mortgage Market Survey released Thursday by Freddie Mac.