China’s central bank joined its European counterpart in boosting liquidity to address weakening growth, underscoring a divergence in direction among the world’s biggest economies as the U.S. reduces stimulus.
West Texas Intermediate traded near the highest price in almost two weeks after OPEC’s secretary general said the group may cut crude-output targets next year. Brent was steady in London.
President Barack Obama urged aid groups and other nations to dramatically escalate their response to the Ebola outbreak in western Africa, warning that the epidemic is spiraling out of control.
With one small step yesterday, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration took a giant leap toward realizing a manned mission to Mars.
European car sales rose a 12th consecutive month as compact models from Ford Motor Co. and Volkswagen AG and price cuts by automakers led to the longest stretch of growth on record.
The Federal Reserve would get more flexibility to set separate capital standards for systemically important insurance companies under legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.
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