AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -The person named by Dutch anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders as a "scout" to look into viable governing coalitions after elections in which his party won the most seats abruptly resigned on Monday.
Investing.com -- Retailers are expected to unveil deep Cyber Monday sales in a bid to persuade inflation-squeezed American consumers to open up their wallets ahead of the holidays
(Reuters) -Deutsche Bank on Monday forecast the S&P 500 to end next year 12% higher as it expects corporate earnings to remain resilient even if the United States experiences a mild and short recession.
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel and Palestinian militant group Hamas have raised concerns over the lists of Israeli hostages and Palestinian prisoners due to be released on Monday, the final day of an agreed four-day pause in the fighting, an official briefed on the matter said.
(Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden will not attend a gathering of world leaders focused on climate change in Dubai this week, a U.S. official said on Sunday.
The economic calendar for this week is packed with crucial data, with markets keenly awaiting inflation figures from the United States and the United Kingdom, alongside a host of other significant releases that could sway monetary policies and market dynamics.