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.
Oil traded above $60 a barrel in London amid the highest volatility in more than three years on speculation that Saudi Arabia, the largest crude exporter, is signaling confidence that prices will rally.
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.
Nearly 71 percent of retailers require customers who are returning an item without a receipt to show ID, the National Retail Federation says.
The issue regarding minimum wages is one that is affecting the entire United States. The point of focus this time is Walmart (NYSE:WMT) stores.