Climate change could shave three percentage points off global economic growth over the next three decades, revealed a study from the Economist Intelligence Unit that was published late on Tuesday.
Tata Steel are set to cut 3,000 jobs across Europe and unions are seeking urgent talks with the Port Talbot owners.
US housing starts grew a bit more slowly than anticipated last month, but the 'miss' versus consensus forecasts was tempered by the fact that a lead indicator for activity rose more strongly than had been expected.
Output in the UK manufacturing sector improved more than expected in November but remained weak, according to the latest survey from the Confederation of British Industry.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday said he would scrap a planned cut in corporation tax and spend the revenue on the National Health Service.
US President Donald Trump's recent announcement that he had not agreed to any roll-back in already imposed trade tariffs on China had made authorities in Beijing turn more pessimistic on the chances that a phase-one deal between the two economic giants could be reached.
America's President defended his potential Democratic party rival after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un called him a ‘rabid dog’ that should be “beaten to death” with a stick.
Huawei chairman Liang Hua said on Monday that Washington's decision to blacklist the telecommunications equipment maker had had little impact on the firm overall.
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.
Shares of BT Group dropped on Friday after the Labour Party pledged to partially nationalise the company as part of plans to provide all homes and businesses with free full-fibre broadband by 2030.
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.
Disney said late on Wednesday that over 10. 0m subscribers had signed up to its new online streaming platform in just the first day, sending shares in the entertainment giant higher.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, according to figures released by the Labor Department on Thursday.
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.