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US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki agreed on Tuesday to work together to address rising food and energy prices,
US President Joe Biden’s administration told allies on Friday it was re-engaging with them to help steer the global economy out of its worst slump since the Great Depression, a contrast with the go-it-alone approach of Donald Trump.
The unemployment rate now matches the pre-pandemic, half-century low of 3.5 per cent. But with 2.8 million missing workers, low unemployment is both a blessing and a curse. There are millions more job openings than there are people looking for work. Employers have responded by creating more flexible workplaces, adding new
President Joe Biden got hit with some negative news on Thursday morning when the Bureau of Labour Statistics released its Consumer Price Index report. The report showed that inflation rose 0.2 per cent in July and 3.2 per cent for the past 12 months. That number is roughly the same as the 0.2 per cent monthly rate
Dr Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology and COP28 President, said that ALTÉRRA, the catalytic climate vehicle announced on Friday, reflects the COP Presidency’s Action Agenda and the UAE’s efforts to make climate finance available, accessible and affordable.
India’s Nifty reached historic highs on Friday, with the mid-small cap segment also on the rise, fuelled by faster-than-expected economic growth in the September quarter and increased optimism regarding the global interest rate outlook, Shrey Jain, Founder and CEO SAS Online, said.
Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company – Masdar, the UAE’s clean energy powerhouse, is part of an £11billion investment into the UK’s renewable energy sector and is purchasing a 49 per cent stake in RWE’s 3 gigawatt (GW) Dogger Bank South (DBS) projects - which form one of the world’s largest planned
Scotland kicked off its COP28 activity with a St Andrew’s Day Reception following the first day of the conference. The First Minister, Humza Yousaf, joined 21 Scottish businesses and organisations in the food and beverage sector at the VIP business event, who showcased their products, with support from