Western sanctions push Russia's energy revenues to lowest since 2020

By Darya Korsunskaya and Jake Cordell (Reuters) -Russia's monthly budget revenues from oil and gas fell in January to their lowest level since August 2020 under the impact of Western sanctions on its

China expresses regret that "civilian" airship strays over U.S.

By Idrees Ali and Humeyra Pamuk WASHINGTON/BEIJING, Feb 3 (Reuters) - China on Friday expressed regret that what it called a "civilian" airship had strayed into U.S. territory, an incident that

Dollar jumps as U.S. employers add more jobs than expected in January

By Karen Brettell NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar jumped on Friday after data showed that U.S. employers added significantly more jobs in January than economists expected, potentially giving the

FOREX-Dollar jumps as U.S. employers add more jobs than expected in January

(Adds quote, details, updates prices) By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Feb 3 (Reuters) - The dollar jumped on Friday after data showed that U.S. employers added significantly more jobs in January than

Girisim Elektrik Says Unit Europower Enerji Signs Deal Worth 112.6 Million Lira With TEIAS

Feb 3 (Reuters) - GIRISIM ELEKTRIK SANAYI TAAHHUT VE TICARET AS: * GIRISIM ELEKTRIK SAYS UNIT EUROPOWER ENERJI SIGNS DEAL WORTH 112.6 MILLION LIRA WITH TEIAS Source text for Eikon: Further company

Activision Blizzard settles U.S. SEC charges over handling of workplace complaints

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Activision Blizzard has agreed to pay $35 million to settle allegations over the video game maker's handling of workplace complaints and violations of whistleblower protection

Sterling weakens 1% as bumper U.S. jobs report sends dollar rallying

(Reuters) -Sterling stumbled against the dollar on Friday after a much larger-then-expected jump in U.S. jobs growth lifted the dollar as it drove bets that the Federal Reserve could opt for a bigger

India asks Vodafone Idea to convert nearly $2 billion in govt dues into equity

BENGALURU (Reuters) -Troubled Indian mobile service provider Vodafone Idea Ltd said on Friday the government had ordered the company to convert into equity all the dues owed to the government for use

Stocks, bonds tumble as stellar US jobs report may force Fed rethink

By Naomi Rovnick LONDON (Reuters) - Global stocks and Treasury prices tumbled on Friday after an unexpectedly strong U.S. jobs report indicated the Federal Reserve may need to keep interest rates

WRAPUP 7-Air raid sirens sound in Kyiv during visit by European leaders

(Adds EU visits, sanctions impact, Berlin confirms Leopard 1 plan) * EU leaders to convene talks with Zelenskiy in Kyiv * EU offers more military, financial, political support * Zelenskiy stresses