Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co. said Thursday it would recall a further 260,000 vehicles worldwide, including 104,905 units sold in Japan, over defective air bags made by Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp.
Britain’s retail sales volume declined by 0.3 percent compared with August 2014, though it increased by 2.7 percent in September 2014 compared with September 2013, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Thursday.
Eurozone’s consumer confidence improved slightly in October after four months of decline, flash estimated data from the European Commission showed on Thursday.
Ireland on Thursday published a finance bill to introduce changes to income tax and universal social charge (USC) that will benefit all income tax payers.
A total of 195,200 people found jobs in Spain in the third quarter of the year raising the total number of people in the workforce to a total of 5,427,700, according to data released on Thursday by the Spanish National Institute of Statistics (INE).
Two out of the nine-member Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of Bank of England (BoE) voted to raise benchmark interest rate, according the central bank’s meeting minutes published on Wednesday.
U.S. stocks retreated Wednesday, as investors looked for excuses to sell stocks after the S&P 500 posted its best day of the year in the previous session.
U.S. consumer prices rose slightly in September, better than market expectation, the Labor Department said on Wednesday.
Crude prices went down Wednesday as U.S. crude supplies of last week increased more than expected.