MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's ruble rose on Friday to its strongest levels in more than three weeks, in a sharp rebound from its recent all-time lows, after the government ordered exporters to sell some of their hard currency revenues.
A man walks by an electronic stock board of a securities firm in Tokyo, Friday, Dec. 26, 2014. showing Japan's Nikkei 225 stock index that edged 9.93 points higher to 17,818.68 while the U.S.
Oil traded above $60 a barrel amid concern about Libyan supply after government forces struck Islamist militias close to the nation's largest terminal at Es Sider.
Three South Korean workers have died after apparently inhaling toxic gas at a construction site for a new nuclear plant. Share. Facebook · Twitter · Google · Email.
BEIJING--China's central bank is allowing banks to lend more out of their deposits as the world's second-largest economy struggles to gain momentum, according to banking officials with knowledge of the matter.