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"I don't think the British Royal Family are racists at all", Duchess of Sussex's father Thomas Markle says



Thailand's smaller operators are having trouble compete with discounts offered by 5-star hotels



Ion Capital and Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund offer to buy Italy’s financial servicing firm Cerved for about 1.…



Saudi Arabia’s push to restrain oil supply to buoy prices is spurring India to speed up plans to diversify its crud…

Bloomberg Asia


South Africa’s economy contracted the most in a century in 2020 amid restrictions to curb the spread of the coronav…

Bloomberg Markets


RT @ZSchneeweiss: Women could give a $20 trillion boost to economic growth by 2050 via @catarinasaraiva https://t.c…

Bloomberg Opinion


The big question for Roblox is what happens when millions of kids head back to school and real-life activities

Bloomberg Economics


Hungary’s inflation rate quickens, marking the start of several months of volatility that may test the central bank…

Bloomberg Politics


EU leaders are set to affirm their commitment to a unilateral tax on tech giants if they fail to agree on a global…



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The Wall Street Journal


The U.S. will drive a sharp rebound in the world economy this year, but the strength of the American bounce could u…

Reuters Business


Coronavirus curbs hit euro zone fourth-quarter GDP more than estimated quarter-on-quarter

Financial Times


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The Economist


The interview represents a burning of bridges. For Meghan Markle, there will be no going back



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