Brussels insists a backstop solution is ‘fairly and squarely’ up to Britain
You can live on about $2,000 a month, experts says, and Panama has a generous ‘pensionado program.’ But there are drawbacks.
President has ‘second thoughts’ about trade war, then White House restates commitment to tariffs
Prime minister says he and Trump gung-ho about brokering pact but one year is a ‘very fast timetable’
This woman asked the Moneyist for advice on how to invest a $150,000 inheritance: ‘This money has been a life changer for me’
US president says leaders are ‘getting along’ but diplomats paint a darker picture
* Commodity trader Trafigura won 9,331.86 tonnes of refined copper in an auction of metal dating back to the Qingdao warehousing scandal, according to a notice from JD.com on Sunday.
Prime minister says NHS strictly off limits and that Washington will need to compromise
The next governor of the Bank of England has to be someone who is independent and “first class in every respect”, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Saturday, declining to answer on whether the successful candidate had to be a Brexit supporter.
If the past is prologue, then the situation that President Trump finds himself in—and our country finds itself in—increasingly resembles what we’ve seen before
Fund the HSA deductible, as Indiana and Whole Foods do, and put real prices on everything
Pair both label each other as the one at risk of going down in history as ‘Mr No Deal’
She hit her ‘FIRE number,’ saving 25 times her cost of living
* Finance minister says country committed to reforms (Recasts, adds president comment, context)
Japanese travel agent H.I.S. Co said on Saturday it is abandoning its bid for control of Unizo Holdings, buckling in the face of a ‘white knight’ offer from SoftBank’s investment firm for the entirety of the hotel chain.
Bonds issued by home builders are signaling a pretty upbeat tone for the U.S. economy, even as U.S. recession fears linger.
British finance minister Sajid Javid is preparing ground for a no-deal emergency budget in the fortnight before Britain leaves the European Union, The Times reported.
Long-time HP veteran Enrique Lores, who runs the $20 billion printer business, is succeeding Dion Weisler effective Nov. 1. Weisler, who was named CEO in late 2014 after the computing behemoth was split into two companies, is leaving for a “family health matter.”
* India exempts foreign, domestic investors from increased tax
US president orders companies to look for ‘alternative’ to China after Beijing launches new tariffs