The Danish airline Cimber will be closed as of April 2015, the company said Monday.
Spanish prices fell 0.2 percent in August in comparison with the same month in 2013, according to Consumer Price Index (CPI) data published Monday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE).
U.S. pending home sales slowed modestly in August, but contract signings remain at their second-highest level over the past year, a leading U.S.industry group reported on Monday.
U.S. consumers earned and spent more money in August as buoyant economic activities spurred consumer spending, the Commerce Department said Monday.
Global insurance firms are making a significant move toward private market assets to diversify against the risks that have traditionally underpinned their businesses, said BlackRock, a global financial services giant, on Monday.
The European Union (EU) needs a fresh start on free trade talks with the United States, designated European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said on Monday.
The Chinese economy comprised about 12.3 percent of the world total in 2013, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Sunday.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose to a 14-month high in September as American’s outlook of the overall economy improved, a survey showed Friday.
Canada and European Union on Friday signed a comprehensive economic pact with view to strengthening and deepening the strategic partnership between two sides.
Japan’s consumer prices increased 3. 1 percent from a year earlier in August for the 15th consecutive month of growth, partially pushed by April’s sales tax hike that has boosted inflation rate, said Japan’s Internal Affairs Ministry Friday.