Ahead of next week’s visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping, President Donald Trump is expected to sign two executive orders intended to kick-start an effort to address the U.S.
Gold prices saw a modest uptick on Friday (31 March) following two sessions in negative territory, while oil futures headed sideways during an uneventful European session in the commodities market.
Two Democratic Senators announced their support for federal appeals court judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the U.S.
The new £1 coin: In numbers Wochit US stocks settled higher on Thursday (30 March) as financial shares rallied and investors took in the latest economic data.
With traders reluctant to make any significant moves, stocks continue to turn in a lackluster performance in mid-day trading on Friday.
Blue chip shares fell after the European Union set out its approach to Brexit talks, adding that trade talks could begin after “sufficient progress” on a divorce settlement with the UK.
David Baazov, founder and former chief executive of Amaya Inc.(AYA), has sold around 12 million shares out of the total 17.6 million or 12 percent of the shares he was holding.
China says it has no intention of devaluing its currency, the yuan, in order to boost exports ahead of President Xi Jinping’s first meeting with US counterpart Donald Trump.
Property prices in tier 1 Chinese cities experienced a moderate month-on-month growth rate of 0.1% in February 2017, according to a report by credit rating firm Moody’s.
A provincial government in Argentina has ordered Barrick Gold Corp.