After seven years of Conservative government-led austerity, a new survey suggests that public sentiment in the U.K. could be changing gears. » Read More
The currency markets experienced some major moves this week, causing one major banking institution has decided to ditch its parity call on the euro and the dollar. » Read More
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NATO's secretary general Jens Stoltenberg has insisted that the defense alliance's commitment to support each other militarily is just as crucial for U.S. security as it is for that of Europe and Canada. » Read More
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The euro dropped to $1.1320 on Tuesday early afternoon, coming off from a day's high of $1.1389, after media reports suggested that markets misinterpreted President Mario Draghi of the European Central Bank. » Read More
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Jens Stoltenberg, secretary general of NATO, discusses U.S. leadership on its military policy as well as support for U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria.