REUTERS: U.S. stocks were largely flat on Thursday, with the S&P 500 holding at near three-month highs as investors paused after a three-day rally, weighing hopes of a swift economic recovery against underlying tensions between United States and China.
Boeing Co climbed 3per cent, the most among ...
After backing rival sides in Libya's long-running conflict, Russia and Turkey appear to have agreed to avoid direct confrontation and instead carve the country into "spheres of influence", analysts say.
The United States is planning to cancel the visas of thousands of Chinese graduate students believed by President Donald Trump's administration to have links with China's military, two sources with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.
SINGAPORE: The proposal by United Arab Emirates utility firm Utico to replace all cash payments for Hyflux creditors with stocks of both companies is “considerably less favourable” and a “bombshell” for already-aggrieved retail investors, said the Securities Investors Association of Singapore ...
Nissan Motor Co has agreed to settle a long-running dispute with the Indian state of Tamil Nadu after claiming it was owed 50 billion rupees (US$660 million) in unpaid dues and damages, six sources told Reuters.
All the repatriated mortal remains were of the people died of non-Covid reasons.
Scott Disick, the ex-partner of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star Kourtney Kardashian, and Sofia Richie, the daughter of Lionel Richie, have reportedly broken up.
European football will continue its cautious return to play following the COVID-19 stoppage over the next week as a number of the continent's smaller leagues restart with some novelties and one team in serious trouble for breaking coronavirus rules.
Prohibitions from the past two months of enhanced community quarantine are going to be relaxed by May's end, the chief executive said late Thursday night.
A municipal port in Norway is set to receive nuclear-powered submarines from NATO after the only naval base in the area was sold and decommissioned – but local politicians and environmental activists aren't on board with the plan.
When the Olavsvern base in Tromso was sold to private investors in 2009, pressure mounted from NATO to find an alternative point of arrival for reactor-driven vessels, other than Haakonsvern in Bergen, which is currently the only approved port in the country.
Now it appears a “temporary solution” to the problem has been found a...more