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TOKYO: Oil prices resumed their decline on Monday, edging lower on renewed concerns that European lockdowns may slow an anticipated recovery in demand for fuel products.
(Reuters) - Having a standalone Six Nations this year is a great opportunity for women's rugby to step out from under the usual shadow cast by the men's version of the tournament, England centre Emily Scarratt has said.
(Reuters) - France's thrilling last-gasp 32-30 victory over Wales on Saturday was hailed as one of the greatest ever Six Nations games by a number of former internationals.
AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico (Reuters) - In an arid valley in central Mexico, one of the world's largest automotive suppliers is preparing to open a new plant to produce components for North America, underpinning the export business that has kept the country's struggling economy ticking over.
(Reuters) - Ireland coach Andy Farrell has made changes ahead of their final Six Nations match against England in Dublin on Saturday, with experienced scrumhalf Conor Murray back in the starting lineup alongside captain Johnny Sexton.
(Reuters) - Centre Federico Mori will start for Italy after being named in coach Franco Smith's side for their final match of this year's competition against Scotland on Saturday, with the Azzurri looking to end another disappointing campaign on a high.
(Reuters) - Scotland will have to do without influential flyhalf Finn Russell for Saturday’s Six Nations clash against Italy at Murrayfield with captain Stuart Hogg shifted into the role.
(Reuters) - England prop Ellis Genge has called on social media platforms to step up efforts to identify users who resort to racial abuse after he was sent death threats following England's Six Nations rugby match against Wales.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. economy is heading for its strongest growth in nearly 40 years, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday, and central bank policymakers are pledging to keep their foot on the gas despite an expected surge of inflation
(Reuters) - Ireland lock James Ryan and centre Garry Ringrose will miss the team's final Six Nations game at home to England on Saturday through injury, the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) said.