French election relief sends Europe soaring Euro zone stocks headed for their best day in almost two years and the euro briefly vaulted to five-month peaks on Monday, after the market's favored candidate won the first round of the French election, reducing the risk of another Brexit-like shock.
Weak jobs data, Syria missile strike spark safe-haven bets U.S. stocks were little changed in choppy trading on Friday after a U.S. missile strike on Syria sent investors scurrying to safe-havens, while weak jobs data weighed on financial stocks.
Debit and credit card fraud The evolution of technology has enabled countless perks for daily life practices, including the handiness of paying with debit or credit cards as opposed to carrying cash. Although many people prefer having cards due to its convenience, paying with these has proven to be risky.
Wall Street bounces back from Wednesday's Fed-led decline Wall Street's three major indexes on Thursday rebounded from Wednesday's sharp decline as investors reconsidered their reaction to Federal Reserve meeting minutes.
MSMEs in St. Paul’s boosted by Development Bank and NEDD’s collaboration At a community business meeting held on the evening of Thursday March 30 at the St. Paul's Community Centre, the National Entrepreneurial Development Division (NEDD), met a handful of interested persons in its quest to help further develop the Micro Small and Medium Enterprise sector (MSMEs).
Wall Street falls as Fed minutes reverse earlier rally Wall Street ended lower on Wednesday after a late-afternoon reversal following signals from the Federal Reserve that it could change its bond investment policy this year, quenching a rally sparked by a strong private-sector jobs report.
Wall Street flat as investors await earnings season U.S. stocks were little changed on Tuesday, trading in a tight range, as investors stayed on the sidelines ahead of the first-quarter earnings season and fretted over the ability of President Donald Trump to deliver on his policy plans.
U.S. trade deficit falls from two-year high on weak imports The U.S. trade deficit fell from a near two year high in February as slowing domestic demand weighed on imports and stronger global growth boosted exports of American goods.
South Africa's nuclear deals unlawful, court rules A South African court has annulled initial agreements the government reached with three countries to help it build nuclear power stations.