LONDON, Jan 12 (Reuters) - British consumer spending fell in December at the fastest rate in six months, with pubs and restaurants especially hard hit by a resurgence of coronavirus cases, a survey showed on Tuesday.
BUENOS AIRES, Jan 11 (Reuters) - The governor of the central Argentine province of Cordoba, Juan Schiaretti, said on Monday an agreement had been reached with creditors to restructure around $1.7 billion in debt as the country battles an enduring recession worsened by COVID-19.
TOKYO, Jan 12 (Reuters) - Japanese bank lending continued to rise in December to hit a fresh record, data showed on Tuesday, as companies kept piling up cash to weather the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
HOUSTON, Jan 10 (Reuters) - A decision by OPEC and allied countries to cut crude production through March delivered a late Christmas present for U.S. shale firms that have slashed costs, but any rise in prices spurred by the unexpected move may be just a modest stocking stuffer.
Jan 11 (Reuters) - U.S. custodian bank State Street Corp said late on Monday it will not support lawmakers or candidates who demonstrate views or engage in acts that are intended to undermine “legitimate election outcomes.”