EU to give capitals more say over debt-reduction plans

ft.com Major overhaul of rules would permit member states to negotiate programmes of up to eight years with Brussels

Blinken to woo Latin America's new leftist leaders, reassert U.S. commitment

investing.com By Humeyra Pamuk and Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Antony Blinken heads to Latin America on Monday to reassert Washington's commitment to the region and meet with three new leftist leaders, amid...

Saudi Arabia to host ICAO Air Services Negotiation conference in  2023

arabnews.com Sun, 2022-10-02 12:04 RIYADH: Saudi Arabia will host the 15th International Conference on Air Services Negotiations of the International Civil Aviation Organization in December 2023, in Riyadh, as the Kingdom...

Latest EU Sanctions to Restrict Russians’ Access to Crypto Services in Europe, Report Unveils

bitcoin.com New sanctions discussed by EU member states amid the current escalation of the conflict in Ukraine are going to restrict European crypto services for Russians. Reports about the tightening have come after earlier...

EU industry chief says will review 200-billion-euro German package

investing.com By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS - Germany's 200 billion euro ($196 billion) plan to protect companies and households from soaring energy prices will be scrutinised by the European Commission, EU industry chief Thierry...

Analysis-Exposed Europe steps up energy defences after Nord Stream 'sabotage'

investing.com By Nina Chestney LONDON - Major leaks blamed on sabotage on the subsea Nord Stream gas pipelines from Russia to Europe have put governments from Oslo to Rome on high alert and prompted some to send in the military...

Sweden moves closer to NATO, lifts arms embargo on Turkey

apnews.com STOCKHOLM (AP) — Would-be NATO member Sweden on Friday announced it will allow exports of arms to Turkey, which had threatened to block the Scandinavian nation’s application to join the 30-member defense alliance.The...

German Inflation Soars to Double Digits for First Time in Decades

nytimes.com Consumer prices in Germany rose by double digits over the year through September. Inflation rose at a 10.9 percent annual pace in September, up from 8.8 percent the month before. It was the first time since the...

EU tells countries gas price cap would come with risks

reuters.com The European Commission shared a document with countries on Wednesday. 15 of the bloc's 27 member states this week urged the EU to propose a cap on gas prices. The document, seen by Reuters, said a wholesale price...

EU set to adopt windfall levy, but no deal on gas price cap

apnews.com BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union energy ministers were set Friday to adopt a package of measures including a windfall levy on profits by fossil fuel companies, but a deal on capping gas prices remained off the...

EU wants new transaction based LNG benchmark in bid to calm prices

investing.com By Bozorgmehr Sharafedin, Kate Abnett and Marwa Rashad LONDON - The European Union wants a new transaction-based benchmark for liquefied natural gas (LNG) as it says the fall in Russian pipeline gas flows and record...

EU heads for deal on energy windfall levies, edges towards gas price caps

investing.com By Kate Abnett BRUSSELS -European Union countries are poised to approve a package of emergency measures including windfall profit levies on energy companies on Friday, at a meeting where states will also lock horns...

Inflation, Economy and Business News: Live Updates

nytimes.com Consumer prices in Germany rose by double digits in the year through September. Inflation rose at a 10.9 percent annual pace in September, up from 8.8 percent the month before. It was the first time since the...

Another $1.1BN In Arms Ukraine: "We Will Not Be Deterred," White House Says

zerohedge.com Another $1.1BN In Arms Ukraine: "We Will Not Be Deterred," White House Says On Wednesday President Joe Biden approved $1.1 billion more in military aid for Ukraine, marking the 22nd such installment, and...

NATO Believes Nord Stream Gas Leak in Baltic Sea Gas Is Result of Sabotage

newsweek.com NATO released a joint condemnation stating that it would retaliate against attacks on the infrastructure of member-states.