November 25th @ 6:44 PM GMT
Yahoo! Stocks hit fresh records in a shortened trading session Friday as investors continued to bet on a pickup in economic growth and rising corporate profits. (World)
November 25th @ 3:23 PM GMT
Reuters Aliansce Shopping Centers SAis eyeing acquisitions across Brazil's mall industry as a way tofuel growth in the near term, although prices seem too stretchedat this (Business)
November 25th @ 1:27 PM GMT
Reuters Aliansce Shopping Centers SAis eyeing several acquisition targets across Brazil's mallindustry as a way to fuel growth in the near term, althoughprices seem too (Business)
November 25th @ 10:50 PM GMT
Yahoo! International credit rating firm Fitch dropped its outlook for South Africa from stable to negative on Friday, citing the country's recent political turmoil under President Jacob Zuma. Zuma has been engulfed by graft scandals and a power struggle with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, while economic growth has fallen to 0.5 percent and unemployment hit a 13-year high. ''Political risks to standards of governance and policy-making have increased,'' Fitch said in a statement, confirming t... (World)
November 28th @ 11:00 AM GMT
Yahoo! Growth in borrowing by businesses and households in the eurozone picked up only slightly in October, the European Central Bank said Monday, firming up analysts' expectations it will extend monetary easing next week. ECB policies are aimed at boosting growth and investment by pushing banks to lend to households and businesses in the real economy. The bank insists its measures are working, but loan growth has failed to show the sharp uptick hoped for since its last batch of monetary policy m... (Politics)
November 25th @ 9:32 PM GMT
NPR Early indications are that Black Friday will be healthy for retailers, But analysts say the Black Friday fever has broken. Almost all the growth in holiday retail sales are in online and mobile shopping. One in six holiday dollars will be spent online giving consumers more bargaining power. (U.S. News)
November 28th @ 10:53 AM GMT
Yahoo! President-elect Donald Trump's big-spending plan and tax cuts are expected to help double the US economic growth rate by 2018, the OECD said Monday, revising its forecasts. The US economy will grow by 2.3 percent in 2017 and 3.0 percent in 2018, said the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. The incoming president also campaigned on promises for major corporate tax cuts as part of a wide-ranging blueprint for the limping US economy. (Top Stories)
November 25th @ 5:23 PM GMT
Reuters Aliansce Shopping Centers SAis eyeing acquisitions across Brazil's mall industry as a way tofuel growth in the near term, although prices seem too stretchedat this (Business)
November 25th @ 7:28 PM GMT
Wall Street Journal Fitch Ratings kept South Africa’s credit rating one notch above junk, but slapped the country with a negative outlook, citing risks to growth from a leadership battle in the ruling African National Congress. (World)
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