LONDON (Reuters) - European shares were heading for their biggest weekly fall of the year on Friday, as a second week of gains for oil prices and periphery euro zone bond yields brought to a halt a two month bonanza for the region's equity markets.
In February, prices in Japan were flat from a year ago. But that doesn't mean the country's battle against deflation has been in vain.
The government seeks to set standards to protect Americans from stumbling into a 'debt trap.' By JOSH BOAKThe Associated Press.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A major power outage hit Amsterdam and surrounding areas on Friday, as Dutch grid operator TenneT reported an overload on its power lines.
Chevron just raised its target for disposals of non-core assets to $15 billion over the last two years. However, it's still committed to its massive Gorgon LNG project in Australia.