The novel coronavirus will exact a much higher toll on job markets around the world than previously feared, according to the global watchdog for labour.
UK ministers warned on Wednesday that a worst case scenario post-Brexit transition period would see queues of as many as 7,000 trucks in Kent.
Huawei claimed on Wednesday that Qualcomm had applied for a US government license to sell its chips to the Chinese tech giant.
US consumer health and drugs giant Johnson & Johnson has launched the last phase of clinical trials for its Covid-19 vaccine.
German business activity increased in September driven by rising manufacturing production but growth slowed as activity weakened in the services sector.
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has warned that the "hard yards" are ahead after the number of Covid-19 cases jumped and further lockdown restrictions appeared imminent.
Europe’s top court on Tuesday backed European cities' crackdown on short-term home rentals in a move to solve the housing crunch.
UK regulators face “painful lessons” from upcoming reviews that will question how customers are and should be protected, the Financial Conduct Authority CEO said on Monday.
Libyan oil production and exports from the east of the country are set to restart following a conditional lifting of the blockade imposed by the Libyan National Army under the command of Khalifa Haftar.
The US government is set to impose sanctions on over two dozen people and entities involved in Iran’s nuclear, ballistic missile and arms programmes as early as Monday.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity have reiterated their 'buy' recommendation and 839. 0p target price for shares of Gresham House, the alternative fund manager, given its focus on Environmental, Social and Governance issues and "strong" long-term outlook for the business.
US consumer confidence overall rose back to its highs from April, having moved roughly sideways since then, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
The European Union agreed an advance purchase agreement with Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline for the companies' potential Covid-19 vaccine.
Glencore's plans for a new coal mine in Australia's Bowen Basin have run into unexpected opposition from a potentially key stakeholder.
Manufacturing sector conditions in the US mid-Atlantic region continued to firm in September, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
US unemployment claims only dipped a little over the preceding week, but those not being filed for the first time fell sharply.
Saudi Arabia could have enough mineable uranium ore reserves to kickstart its domestic production of nuclear fuel, according to confidential reports from China that were seen by the Guardian.
Shares in Snowflake were being called to start trading at as high $175, or 46% above the price set for their initial public offering.
Monoclonal antibodies being trialled by Eli Lilly appeared to help some patients rid themselves of the Covid-19 vrius more quickly.
The regional government of Madrid appears set to tighten mobility restrictions in several of the districts and suburbs witnessing the most rapid increases in Covid-19 infections.