Category: Wall Street Journal

Housing prices rose more slowly in China’s interior for the second time in two months—a potentially worrying sign for growth following a raft of weak data in July. GO TO SOURCE Author: THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

In many corners of Europe, the recession cost millions their jobs and, since then, many have remained unemployed with little hope of finding new ones, despite an economic turnaround. GO TO SOURCE Author: THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

South Korea’s leader said President Donald Trump had agreed to discuss options, including a U.S. military strike, with him before taking any action to rein in North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs. GO TO SOURCE Author: THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Former Attorney General Luisa Ortega, on the run since being fired for denouncing the government’s slide into authoritarianism, said the intelligence police raided her Caracas residence in retaliation. GO TO SOURCE Author: THE WALL STREET JOURNAL