The Argentinean government announced on Friday morning it will maintain a slow rate of currency devaluation despite rising pressure on the national currency peso and tumbling foreign reserves.
A large structural fire started after an explosion occurred in a petrochemical complex in the Iranian city of Mahshahr.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador publicly asked United States President Donald Trump to share every single information that American authorities have about the alleged links between Mexico’s former defense secretary and drug traffickers.
North Korean authorities ordered its citizens to stay indoors and avoid the yellow dust blowing in from China which they claimed spread COVID-19.
Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez revealed on Friday morning during a televised speech in the Moncloa Palace in Madrid that the “real number of COVID-19 infections in the country is beyond 3 million.”
Shares of Gilead Sciences jumped 6 percent on Friday morning after United States authorities approved its antiviral drug remdesivir as the treatment for the COVID-19 virus in the country.
The United Nations announced on Friday that warring factions in Libya agreed to sign a permanent ceasefire deal, describing it as “an important turning point towards peace and stability” in the war-torn North African nation.
The US stock market jumped pre-hours trading session as investors in the United States and all over the world weighed the potential for more fiscal stimulus.
Britain and Japan officially inked a bilateral free trade agreement during a ceremony in Tokyo on Friday, signifying the U.K.’s first major post-Brexit deal on trade amid the country’s intense round of negotiations with its closest trading partners in the European Union.
The antitrust chief of the South Korean government said on Friday morning that the agency believes that US search juggernaut Google has “clearly” undermined competition, pointing out that the agency is planning to present a case to its review committee by the end of the year.