ANKARA Finance chiefs from the world's leading economies broadly agree on the need to undertake structural reforms to boost productivity against a backdrop of loose monetary policy, Britain's Chancellor George Osborne said on Saturday.
Poor weather in August might have dampened high street clothes sales but it seems to have triggered a stampede into car showrooms with a near-10% increase in monthly vehicle sales.
London: China's battered stock markets reopen on Monday after a two-day public holiday and before a monthly data dump that could reinforce fears of a hard landing, rattling the global economy.
An Irish aircraft-leasing group is to be sold to a Chinese rival in a $7.6 billion deal that will result in a bumper payday for its founders and private equity backers.
A sinkhole that appeared nine months ago in the Russian city of Solikamsk has significantly grown in size since its appearance, local media reported.