SINGAPORE, March 12 (Reuters) – All global investors got from U.S. President Donald Trump’s coronavirus package were a shock travel ban on Europe and a flashing signal to sell, and
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) – The India government has ordered upcoming international cricket matches to be played in empty stadiums, as travel operators warned of an unprecedented impact of a blanket
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s biggest supermarket Tesco (TSCO.L) does not expect to see anything more than short-term shortages of certain products as customers stockpile over coronavirus, its chairmain said on
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Travelers scrambled to rebook flights and global markets reeled on Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump imposed sweeping restrictions on travel from Europe, hitting battered airlines and
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s health authorities are encouraging people to make cloth face masks at home to guard against the spread of the coronavirus amid a shortage of surgical masks.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s government said it would pump A$17.6 billion ($11.4 billion) into the economy to try to stop the coronavirus outbreak triggering a recession, as it weighed an
BOSTON/LONDON (Reuters) – Climate change commitments by banks, pension funds and asset managers face their first major test as markets reel from the twin shocks of coronavirus and a sliding
RCMP, ambulance and fire crews responded to a two vehicle crash in Kelowna Wednesday night. It happened just before 8:00 p.m. at the intersection of Harvey Avenue and Water Street.
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Washington state’s House of Representatives passed a measure on Wednesday night that removes a key tax break for Boeing Co (BA.N) and other aerospace firms, in a
LONDON • The wealth destruction caused by Monday’s market collapse is reshaping the ranks of the world’s richest people. Wildcatter Harold Hamm’s fortune plunged by almost half to US$2.4 billion