NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equity markets rose on Monday, lifted by the biggest gain in U.S. factory orders in eight months and solid manufacturing data in Germany, while German bund yields rose as investors shook off deflation fears that had gnawed ...
A downside surprise in the final reading of China's HSBC Markit manufacturing PMI for April adds to early evidence that the economy continues to lose momentum heading into the second quarter.
Oil rose in New York on speculation that U.S. crude production has peaked. Futures in New York rose as much as 0.8 percent after falling 0.8 percent on Friday.
Hopeful homeowners in London have to earn a whopping �77,000 a year to be able to buy their first house, a new report has revealed.
The lucrative pet insurance industry has hit an all-time high as new research reveals dogs are much more likely to be insured by their owners than cats.