US adds 4.8m jobs in June but outlook is cloudy - European budget airlines slash jobs - EU-Mercosur trade deal still in the balance
Tiny Air Baltic is leading the charge in the European airline industry demonstrating that civilized flying is still possible in times of the coronavirus pandemic. Soon they plan to fly at full throttle.
Global financial markets have brushed off a devastating pandemic, US civil unrest and fresh China tensions. How can Wall Street be so detached from the economic reality of our times?
Austria's foreign office has advised against all but essential travel to North Rhine-Westphalia, after a meat processing plant in the state became the center of a major outbreak. Follow DW for the latest.
Public health officials have urged businesses to prepare for an outbreak in the US, a move that has triggered yet another market downturn. For investors, "it's hard to be optimistic," according to financial analysts.
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