"Out, Peña!" chanted thousands of Mexicans on Thursday, 20 November, in thirty cities of Mexico, demanding the resignation of President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Monthly Archive:: November 2014
Industrial production registered last month an unexpected increase. Inflation continued to decrease in October, which split opinions on QE in the BoJ.
Faircoin holders envisage an ambitious objective to "create a revolutionary tool for building another world economy" on principles of ethics and parity.
As the national economy in China gives signs of slowing, China's capital markets are doing well, which is manifested in soaring of Shanghai Stock Exchange.
While inflation can be feared in the Eurozone, the North America with its recent economy growth has all the chances to escape unscathed from its effects.
Brussels lobbies a resolution for “the defense of consumer rights in the digital market”, implicitly directed against Google’s “abusing dominant position.”
While the US meets with the family on Thursday for their traditional Thanksgiving feast, the member countries of OPEC hold their annual meeting in Vienna.
The Ebola virus has killed more than 5,000 people, mostly in West Africa. The first Ebola vaccine to be considered promising has been recently developed.
The OPEC member countries are meeting on Thursday 27 November in Vienna, Austria, to address the crawl of oil prices.
The President of the European Commission is determined to go through with his challenging plan for boosting investment in Europe; €315billion needed.