The new head of the People’s Bank of China has pedigree as an advocate of free-market reforms. But with Beijing reasserting the role of the state sector in China’s economy, he will find it hard to pursue real change.
For the past two years, investors have bought and sold shares of pipeline owners for all the wrong reasons. Now there is a chance to buy them for the right ones.
The world has felt more normal in recent months, in economic terms at least, but things are still far from settled. The widening gap in a key bond trade is one piece of evidence, which also highlights the puzzle of the weaker dollar.
Public support for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plunged, opinion polls showed, as resurgent cronyism allegations threaten to make him a lame duck ahead of a party leadership election.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrives Monday in Washington, D.C., bringing the brash foreign policy that has shaped Saudi Arabia’s more muscular stance in the Middle East to counter archenemy Iran.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government must cooperate with investigations into the suspected nerve agent attack on British soil, European Union foreign ministers urged, as the U.K. tries to drum up international support for a tough line against Mos...
The European Union has agreed on the broad terms of Britain’s two-year transition deal after leaving the bloc in March 2019, according to an EU official familiar with the discussions, but Ireland remains “an issue.”
Deaths linked to ecstasy and cocaine are at their highest level since records began, according to a new report by academics from Durham University, advice service The Loop and drugs think tank Volte Face.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - President Bashar al-Assad flaunted government advances in Syria's seven-year war by filming himself driving to meet frontline soldiers near Damascus, making a video of the journey from the city center into areas recently recaptured.
(Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp could relist ARM Holdings, the British chip designer it bought two years ago, according to a senior executive at the Japanese conglomerate, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
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March 19 (Reuters) - Semiconductor equipment maker KLA-Tencor Corp said on Monday it would buy Orbotech Ltd, whose systems are used in the manufacturing of printed circuit boards and chip devices, in a deal valued at $3.4 billion.