Aug 22, 2016
New research reveals the 'spectacular' secrets of Britain's earliest stone circles
The two oldest stone circles in the country were built to align with the sun and moon
Aug 19, 2016
Oil enters bull market as prices continue rising
Crude prices have roared back to enter a bull market this week, rallying more than 20 percent from lows earlier this month amid hopes an upcoming OPEC meeting might stabilize global oversupply.
Aug 18, 2016
Melbourne is named the world's most liveable city
As Sydney slides to 11th placed over 'terrorism fears'
Aug 16, 2016
Indonesian carriers cleared for US flights after nine-year ban
Indonesian airlines have been cleared to begin flying to the US, after a safety review by regulators.
Aug 12, 2016
Italian economy stagnates as German growth slows
Italy's economy failed to grow between April and June as the country struggled with its creaking banking sector.
Aug 11, 2016
Australia risks Chinese anger over power grid sale
Australia's decision to preliminarily block Chinese and Hong Kong bidders from taking a controlling stake in Ausgrid, the country's largest Australia network, over national security concerns, is likely to be met with outrage and indignation...
Aug 10, 2016
U.S. productivity falls for third consecutive quarter
U.S. worker productivity fell for the third straight quarter in the spring this year, suggesting that corporate profits may continue to decline and wage growth may remain sluggish.
Aug 9, 2016
Brexit bulletin: What the rest of the EU wants
What are the 27 other EU countries hoping to get out of Brexit talks? Bloomberg reporters put that question to governments across the continent and came away with a complex web of priorities and red lines.