Asking prices for homes in the UK dipped in November, despite a sharp drop in the number of new sellers on the back of lacklustre prices and political uncertainty, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
US President Donald Trump will travel to the UK in December to attend a NATO meeting, the White House said in a statement on Friday.
Fifteen countries including Australia, the US, India and New Zealand have asked for trade compensation from the UK and the EU over the economic hit caused by Brexit.
The European Investment Bank has agreed to phase out funding for fossil fuels by 2021 and become the world’s first “climate bank”, it announced on Friday.
Amazon will appeal the Trump administration’s decision to grant a $10. 0bn defence contract for the Pentagon to rival Microsoft and has accused the government of showing “unmistakable bias”.
Stocks on Wall Street are being called to start the Friday session with small gains following upbeat remarks from a top White House official.
Trade talks between Washington and Beijing are nearing a successful conclusion and are now ongoing on a daily basis, the White House's top economic official said.
Saudi Arabia is slowly running out of money and needs the funds from the upcoming stock market listing of a small portion of state oil giant Saudi Aramco in December to finance its reform push, a former head of America's Central Intelligence Agency said.
Wholesale inflation fell back by less than expected in October as energy and food prices bounced back.
China reiterated its call for the US to roll back its trade tariffs as part of a phase-one trade deal between the two powers and pushed back on requests to provide detailed targets for increasing its purchases of US farm goods.
A top US diplomat told Congress on Wednesday, in the impeachment hearings on Donald Trump, that a member of his staff had overheard the president on the phone with Ukraine pressing for a probe into the Biden family.
Current government policies to curb carbon emissions and save the world from climate catastrophe are falling short for the 2040 goal as energy demand is rising.
The head of the Federal Reserve sounded a confident note on the economic outlook on Wednesday and appeared to signal that the central bank's monetary policy was likely set to remain at its current level for an extended period.
The cost of living in the US increased more quickly than expected last month amid rapid increases in food and energy prices, especially for the latter, but stripping out those two categories it surprised to the downside.
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to withhold a report on Russian meddling in UK politics is “shameful”.
Confidence in the US economy rose amongst small business owners in October as recession fears eased, according to the National Federation of Independent Business.
German investor sentiment improved more than expected in November amid growing optimism about Sino-US trade relations, according to the latest survey from the ZEW Center for European Economic Research in Manheim.
Center-left PSOE managed to secure another win in Sunday’s general elections in Spain but failed to clinch an absolute majority with talks between the main parties to form a coalition expected in the near future.
The European Central Bank's newly arrived leader Christine Lagarde is facing pressure from the governing council to overhaul how monetary policy is decided and improve the monetary authority's internal decision-making process.
The top Shi’ite cleric in Iraq has expressed concern that the nation's government will not follow through with reforms it had promised in order to defuse protests, according to a senior UN official.