Donald Trump maintains a double-digit lead over the Republican field, but it’s shrinking. He is leading the polls in the state. Mr. Trump will no longer be able to boast that everybody loves him, and Ms. Clinton faces polling showing that Sen.
Oil prices have made modest gains at the end of a turbulent January that pushed prices sharply lower amid worries about global glut.
Following the further slide in oil price this month, there have been calls for a downward review of the oil benchmark price of $38 proposed by President Muhammadu Buhari for this year’s budget.
The Florida Legislature put its stamp on a plan to legalize daily fantasy sports games Wednesday as two key committees approved a plan to impose regulations on the sport that mirrors the way the state regulates arcade games.
Non-OPEC Russia said that this week it could cooperate with OPEC on production curbs, something it had been refusing to do for 15 years since the ill-fated agreement with OPEC in 2001.
BEIJING, Jan. 28 (Xinhua) – The U.S. Pacific Commander Harry Harris’ remarks on the South China Sea lack historical common sense as China’s sovereignty over islands in the South China Sea and their adjacent waters have adequate historical and legal basis, a defense ministry spokesperson said Thursday in Beijing.
The dollar had plummeted in the past two sessions on the view that weak domestic economic data and worries over the global economy could prevent the Fed from hiking rates this year. The FTSE 100 index of leading British shares outperformed its counterparts, trading 0.8 percent higher at 5,882.
The Bank of Japan stunned markets Friday, when in a 5-4 vote, the Bank of Japan’s board imposed a 0.1% fee on deposits left with the Bank of Japan, effectively a negative interest rate.
South Korea won’t hesitate to shoot down a North Korean rocket or its debris if necessary, the Defense Ministry said Thursday, amid clear signs that the secretive neighbor’s rocket launch is imminent.