U.S. President Donald Trump had yet to bring skeptical conservative Republicans on board Thursday with his plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, throwing the health care bill into doubt as the clock ticked down on a vote in Congress.Full Story
Australia urged China Thursday to press ahead with economic reforms as Premier Li Keqiang began a trade-focused visit amid growing fears of a US slide towards protectionism.Full Story
On the sidelines of the meeting of the Egyptian-Lebanese Joint High Committee in Cairo, the Egyptian-Lebanese Businessmen's Forum organized a conference sponsored by the Prime Ministers of the two countries, Saad Hariri and Sharif Ismail, at the Four Seasons Hotel.Full Story
German carmaker Porsche said Wednesday it would celebrate a record year with a one-off payment to workers of up to exactly 9,111 euros, a nod to the its iconic 911 sports car.Full Story
European markets sank Wednesday, tracking a U.S. and Asian sell-off as the Trump-fueled surge stumbled on doubts over his ability to fire up the world's biggest economy.Full Story
Japan's trade surplus hit a multi-year high in February, government data showed Wednesday, as exports to China rebounded after a Lunar New Year lull.Full Story
Asian markets tumbled Wednesday, tracking a US and European sell-off as the Trump-fuelled surge in equities went into reverse on fears about the prospects for his plans to fire up the world's top economy.Full Story
European stock markets turned lower on Tuesday, dragged down by losses on Wall Street where investors fretted about U.S. President Donald Trump's ability to push through his promised reforms, dealers said.Full Story
Shares in German lender Deutsche Bank enjoyed a bounce in Frankfurt trading Tuesday, after it launched a capital increase and said US authorities had closed an investigation into past manipulation of currency markets.
Deutsche shares gained as much as 3.0 percent after the market opened, before slipping back to trade at 15.80 euros ($17.05) -- still up 2.9 percent -- just before 1000 GMT.Full Story
The fallout from Brazil's rotten meat scandal accelerated Monday when China, a huge client, suspended imports and the European Union demanded a partial ban.
Another ban on Brazilian meat imposed by Chile sparked fears of a trade spat between the two South American partners.Full Story