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UniCredit's profit was hit by restructuring charges in Austria and Italy in the first quarter, although earnings beat forecasts thanks to lower costs.
These countries not only face many supply chain risks, but they are not readily equipped to manage these risks, a study found.
The “Panama Papers” scandal has not hit investment in Panama or its economy, the country’s vice-minister of finance said on Tuesday.
Economic confidence from US CEOs went up for the first time in over a year, according to the YPO Global Pulse Survey.
The New York Times talks with New York's Fed Chief William Dudley about the economy at large. The NYT reports.
Brazilian traded sharply lower after President Dilma Rousseff's impeachment process was annulled.
Serious change is in the air in Brazil, but the political drama apparently isn't settled just yet.
The acting speaker of the lower house of Brazil's Congress annulled the impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff on Monday and called for a new vote in the chamber.
It's a mistake to assume China's financial system has the same goals as its Western counterparts. But it matters.
Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann stepped down as leader of the centrist coalition government and as head of his Social Democratic Party.
South Africa's unemployment rate rose to 26.7 percent of the labour force in the first quarter of 2016, from 24.5 percent in 2015's last quarter.
Nigeria, a former African powerhouse, is starting to look a lot like crisis-hit Venezuela.
China's trade shrank in April in a sign government stimulus is failing to jolt the world's second-largest economy out of a prolonged slowdown.
The end of Ali al-Naimi's more than two-decade tenure as Saudi Arabia's oil maestro signals a new era for OPEC, analysts said.
Apple CEO Tim Cook plans to visit Beijing this month to meet government officials, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Brazilian women are to be offered free subscriptions to a fertility app in the hopes of controlling the Zika virus epidemic currently sweeping the country.
Countries' public finances will slump if governments do not curb the rising costs of caring for their expanding aging populations, S&P said on Thursday.
The China Caixin services PMI came in at 51.8 for April, continuing to show expansion, but marking a moderation from March's 52.2.
A key pulse check on China's economy is likely to show the services sector hummed along in April, but a broader slowdown looms, economist Li Wei warns.
A group of Venezuelan soldiers confessed to stealing goats over the weekend, in order to feed themselves since they had no food left in their barracks.
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