BEIJING (Reuters) - China's annual consumer inflation unexpectedly slowed in November, easing market fears of any imminent policy tightening as authorities meet this week to outline their policy and reform priorities for 2014.
NEW YORK - Donald Duhaney brought a wallet full of cash to a Whole Foods in Manhattan's trendy Lower East Side one recent evening.
LONDON (Reuters) - European and Asian share markets rose on Monday, lifted by upbeat Chinese trade data and cautious optimism that the world's economy and markets can cope with a gradual withdrawal of U.S.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced a new five-year strategic plan to improve safety for elderly drivers and passengers.
FRANKFURT--Germany's trade surplus was lower than expected in October, as imports sharply rose from September, outpacing a modest increase in exports, data from the federal statistics office showed Monday.