The U.S. dollar rose against other currencies as traders expected lower crude prices will support the U.S. economy.
CGN Power Co, the Chinese mainland’s largest nuclear power producer, opened its retail books on Thursday for a Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO).
The number of Americans initially applying for unemployment aid last week rose to a three- month high, while the job market kept tight amid recovering economy.
Number of private sector businesses in Britain reached new record of 5.2 million at the start of 2014, official figures published on Wednesday showed.
U.S. consumer spending grew in tandem with their income in October, indicating robust momentum for the upcoming shopping season, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday.
Samsung Group, South Korea’s largest family-run conglomerate, said Wednesday that it will dispose of stakes in its four chemical and defense affiliates to Hanwha group, a South Korean conglomerate that has been doing business in the defense sector for more than six decades.
Sales of new homes continued growing in the United States last month as property market recovery kept going on, the Commerce Department said Wednesday.
U.S. consumer confidence, which had rebounded in October, declined in November, the New York-based research group Conference Board said Tuesday in a report.
The Central Bank of Armenia has lately estimated that the economic growth of the country will reach 3.1 percent to 3.6 percent in 2014, below the planned target of 5.2 percent for the year.
The Indonesian government took measures to control the hikes of goods’ prices across the country following the raise of subsidized-fuel prices by nearly 31 percent last week.