With US inflation reaching 6,8% in November, the highest in four decades, and following a two-day meeting, the Federal Reserve announced it was ending its asset purchase program earlier than expected anticipating several interest rate increases in 2022.
The Federal Reserve is committed to using its full range of tools to support the U.S. economy in this challenging time, thereby promoting its maximum employment and price stability goals.
The president of the Venezuelan Association of Exporters (AVEX) Ramón Goyo Wednesday announced a 30% increase in sales abroad compared to 2020 figures, which has allowed producers to make up for a sharp decrease in domestic consumption.
The National Basketball Association is one of the sports where you can find players from different nationalities that compete for the same goal. The NFL continuity makes an effort to improve player diversity, and over the last couple of years, the sport has made a huge leap forward making it a competition for every nationality, color, or race.
The 2021 version of the traditional “Person of the Year” award handed out by Time magazine since 1927 has gone to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, it was announced Monday.
American Airlines has been forced to lift a series of routes or frequencies to South America as visions of a Dreamliner future took a turn towards something closer to a nightmare, when Boeing began stalling deliveries of brand new 787s.
US President Joseph Biden has declared a major federal disaster in Kentucky after dozens are feared dead following devastating tornadoes. The head of state has thus provided for the highest type of aid possible in light of the severity of the event.
A British court has ruled in favor of extraditing Julian Assange to the United States after finding the founder of WikiLeaks will be treated fairly while facing espionage charges for divulging classified documents.
Health authorities in the United States have authorized an alternate treatment against COVID-19 for patients aged 12 and older who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons.
Former interim President Jeanine Áñez had requested military assistance from the US and UK embassies “to repress the Bolivian people,” Citizen Security Deputy Minister Roberto Ríos said Tuesday.