The photo has been used for illustrative purposes.
NEW YORK: Wall Street treaded water on Wednesday after moves in the US bond market brought back fears of a recession as a bruising U.S.-China trade war drags on, while a rise in energy shares offered support.
Governments in emerging markets, which have suffered an exodus of capital of more than $83 billion in recent weeks, can cover much of that, but "clearly the domestic resources are insufficient" and many already have high debt loads.
Money is the root of all evil? Not really. It’s actually the love of money that’s the root of all evil. That’s because the saying, which is often misquoted, implies that the one who loves money,
The government last week accused banks of not acting quickly enough, but they said that they had already passed on around 400,000 loan requests worth more than 18 billion euros ($20 billion) to the state-backed Central Guarantee Fund.
Every cloud has a silver lining. Even amid the gloom and doom of the coronavirus pandemic, there are words of cheer. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has promised her countrymen a pleasant Christmas, with loved ones, despite the hardship
Coast to coast and around the world, sighs of relief could be heard after the Trump administration threw in the towel, more or less, on its refusal to allow President-elect Joe Biden to begin the presidential transition.
There is a scene in the latest series of “The Crown” in which a 20-year-old Princess Diana, played by Emma Corrin, is dressed in layers of thick ivory taffeta, a veil over her face — the royal approved virgin bride — before she makes her way through