New Zealand and the UK have broadly agreed on the details of a historic free trade agreement (FTA) that will further accelerate our economic recovery from COVID-19,
Tech stocks rose in Asia on Friday after their US counterparts rose, while Chinese stocks rose after surprise interest payments from debt-ridden Chinese real estate firm Evergrande Group.
China’s economy developed at the slowest pace in a year in the second from last quarter, hurt by power deficiencies, supply bottlenecks, and irregular Covid-19 episodes
Oil costs jumped on Friday, heading for gains of over 2% for the week, on expanding indications of strong interest and more tight supplies throughout the following not
The dollar reached its lowest level against major peers on Thursday and was breathed off from a rally that raised it to its annual highs, boosted by expectations of a faster Federal Reserve rate hike.
The International Monetary Fund is currently not optimistic about the 2021 global economy, but it still sees reasonable growth in the medium term.
In a pandemic, the debt burden of low-income countries will increase by 12% to a record $ 860 billion in 2020, and World Bank Governor David Malpass will resolve
Chinese officials have ordered more than 70 mines in Inner Mongolia to increase coal production by nearly 100 million tonnes as Inner Mongolia has experienced the worst energy crisis and coal shortages
With approximately 155,000 organized members in the sector, South Africa’s National Metalworkers’ Union (NUMSA) has shut down the engineering industry altogether after wage negotiations