First time unemployment claims in the US registered a moderate and unexpected rise last week.
The fourth wave of Covid-19 infections in the US failed to dent the economic rebound in the US, the results of two closely-followed surveys revealed.
Manufacturing sector activity in the US mid-Atlantic region was holding up better than expected in November, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
Carnival said it planned to raise $1bn (£753m) with an equity offering to buy convertible bonds back from their holders.
Industrial production in the US bounded ahead last month, led by gains in factory and utilities output, even as softness in the oil patch dragged on mining.
US retail sales undershot forecasts in September and October as incomes fell, the mercury dropped and the pandemic strengthened.
Intermediate Capital Group posted a sharp rise in first half profits amid strong demand for its funds and a recovery in portfolio valuations across the period.
Saudi Aramco said on Monday it has hired a group of banks to plan its multi-tranche US dollar-denominated bond deal as it seeks to raise cash.
The Covid-19 crisis will leave the global financial system in a fragile state even after the pandemic subsides, the investment chief of Pimco, the giant bond fund, warned.
US consumer dipped unexpectedly at the start of November as Americans reacted to the results of the presidential election and the rising number of Covid-19 cases, a closely-followed revealed.
A top US central bank official sounded a positive note on the economy's ability to adjust to the pandemic, even as he cautioned of the remaining "substantial" downside risks.
America's largest food delivery platform has filed to go public.
Wholesale prices in the US edged up a bit more quickly than anticipated last month, lifted by a big jump in food prices.
The cost of living in the US slipped last month amid sharp declines in the prices of fashion and for medical products and services, alongside muted energy price gains.
The housing market is expected to stay busy for the rest of 2020 before slowing down as the stamp duty holiday draws to a close and the economy remains in trouble, a survey published on Thursday showed.
Investor sentiment in Germany fell sharply in November, a closely-watched survey showed on Tuesday, as fears grow that the country is heading for another recession.
Federal Reserve policymakers decided to stand pat but some economists saw more quantitative easing coming markets' way in the not too distant future.
Activity in America's services sector accelerated last month at its fastest clip since April 2015, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
All eyes on Tuesday will be on the US elections, even if the results won't start to be known - under a best case scenario - until the next day.
Factory sector activity in the US accelerated substantially last month, amid a surge in new orders, the results of a closely-followed survey showed.