(Updates with confirmation of merger talks) By Tom Sims and John O’Donnell FRANKFURT, March 17 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank confirmed on Sunday they were in talks about a merger, prompting
MANAMA (Reuters) - As the weekend kicks off in Bahrain, Saudi Arabian and Kuwaiti cars jam the capital's roads and hotel lobbies fill with visitors looking for bars, restaurants and other night-time entertainment.
Just in time for the season of federal and provincial budgets comes a new line of thinking that deficits aren’t so bad after all. Government deficits, that is. Households that spend more than they earn
(Repeats story from Friday with no changes to headline or text) By Cassandra Garrison BUENOS AIRES, March 15 (Reuters) - A delegation from China will visit Argentina this month to discuss the construction
This week, Argentina released its February inflation statistics. Inflation spiked, again. Indeed, the official annual inflation rate jumped to 51.3%/yr. While this spike caught most observers off balance,
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Inter-American Development Bank on Friday voted to replace the representative of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro with an economist backed by opposition leader Juan Guaido,
As he does almost daily, President Trump sent out a number of tweets recently. Two of them contain assertions about the economy that need fact-checking and being put in context, similar to fact-checking
KIEV, Ukraine — Before he decided to run for the presidency of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky played a president in a television series called “Servant of the People,” about a schoolteacher whose speech corruption