Germany is to push for ski resorts across Europe to stay closed until January, it was reported on Thursday.
German consumer sentiment is forecast to tumble in December after lockdown measures introduced to tackle a resurgence in Covid-19 cases dented confidence.
Royal Dutch Shell’s female employees in Britain earned 18% less on average than their male colleagues in 2020, a pay gap that has narrowed since 2019.
The president of the European commission said she could not predict whether the EU would strike a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK with little more than a month until the deadline.
First time unemployment claims in the US registered a moderate and unexpected rise last week.
Odey Asset Management has accused Rio Tinto of destroying value through lack of action over problems at Turquoise Hill, through which Rio Tinto owns a giant copper mine in Mongolia.
Airlines could lose a total $157bn this year and next, the International Air Transport Association warned on Tuesday.
Barclays upgraded Meggitt and Senior on Tuesday as it took a look at the European aerospace and defence sector.
Germany’s economy rebounded strongly in the third quarter, official data showed on Tuesday, after lockdown restrictions were eased and consumer spending surged.
The General Services Administration has ascertained that the Democratic party's Joe Biden was the "apparent winner" of the US presidential elections, in effect signalling the start of the transition period between the Trump administration and his own.
International passengers will only be able to travel on Qantas flights if they have been vaccinated against Covid-19, the airline’s chief executive has suggested.
The UK’s Competitive Markets Authority is mulling whether to open an investigation into Google after receiving a complaint against what a group of companies alleged was an anticompetitive new advertising technology which the search giant was set to roll-out early in 2020.
Eurozone business activity fell sharply in November, putting the bloc on track for a double-dip recession as governments imposed restrictions to stem a second wave of Covid-19 infections.
US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin tried to play down his decision not to extend several emergency Federal Reserve lending facilities but economists said his move risked damaging the economy.
Strategists at Bank of America reiterated their 'overweight' stance on so-called 'value' stocks versus 'growth', telling clients that it was the best way to position for an economic recovery into 2021 with potential upside to be had in the group versus their base case.
The president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, warned of a third wave of Covid-19 cases and urged governments to gradually lift the restrictions for the holiday period.
WHO advises doctors against treating Covid-19 patients with Gilead Science’s remdesivir drug (under the name Veklury) that has “no meaningful effect” on survival or need for ventilation.
Tax Justice Network reported that $427bn is stolen annually by companies and individuals who avoid paying taxes and called for the G20 to tighten rules.
Venezuelans have begun stealing crude oil from idled fields owned by state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela after months of shortages.
Americans continued filing for unemployment claims at an elevated level last week, this time at a slightly accelerated pace.