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NEW YORK: Oil prices steadied on Monday after a choppy session as the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant stoked fears about fuel demand, but losses were limited by forecasts that crude supply will be tight the rest of the year.
(Reuters) - Cyprus. Cuba. Turkey. Canada. Northern Ireland. Antarctica. All recorded their hottest-ever temperatures in the last two years, and according to a new study, more such extremes are coming.
MORE than 10 million residents of Ho Chi Minh City have been placed under a strict overnight curfew, in an unprecedented move to curb infections as Vietnam battles a rapid Covid-19 surge.
IT’S time for bitcoin’s corporate champions to account for a brutal selloff in the cryptocurrency.
LONDON: Britain’s biggest financial institutions are on track to meet the Bank of England’s (BoE) deadline to be ready for negative interest rates, giving authorities another tool to aid the economy if the recovery fades.
ATHENS (Reuters) -For two balmy weeks in July, hotel manager George Tselios dared to hope his pandemic nightmare was behind him. He was getting 100 bookings a day for his Rhodes seaside resort - "unthinkable numbers" for the past year and nearing normal levels.
(Reuters) -Shares of Lucid Group Inc rose as much as 19% in their Nasdaq debut on Monday after the electric vehicle maker completed its merger with a blank-check company backed by Wall Street dealmaker Michael Klein.
The Ministry of Commerce announced that a total of 723 tons of liquid oxygen, 25,277 oxygen concentrators and 617 tons of Facemasks were imported during 12 days.
Thailand's Kasikorn Research Centre, a think tank, has lowered its forecast for the country's economic growth this year to 1 per cent from a previous estimate of 1.8 per cent as a prolonged wave of the outbreak dampened growth outlook.