"Recent volatility in prices may complicate policy choices as countries recover from last year's global recession," said Ayhan Kose, chief economist and director of the World Bank's Prospects Group.
The National Association of Realtors said that the number of previously occupied homes sold rose 7 percent in September compared to August.
Labor Department data shows that hiring has slowed in the past two months while the number of available jobs are at near-record levels.
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The deal would have secured Evergrande with $2.6 billion ahead of a Saturday deadline marking the end of a 30-day grace period on its missed loan payment.
A recent ManpowerGroup study found nearly 40 percent of job candidates ranked schedule flexibility in their top three factors in career decisions.
The delay comes as Evergrande nears the end of the 30-day grace period on a missed bond payment from September.
Report on "meme-stock" surge has suggested the extreme trading in GameStop this year won't require system changes.
Toyota and other companies announced plans Monday to build factories or raise funds as they anticipate a transition from gas-powered vehicles to electric ones.
Once inside this virtual world, users can hold virtual meetings and use cryptocurrencies or other means to buy virtual land, clothes and digital assets.
A local reporter said the crowd outside Boeing's facility in Everett, Washington seemed to be a mix of employees and individuals with anti-vaccine sentiments.
While other nations have shipped an "unprecedented" number of products to America, the U.S. cannot keep up with demand as its supply chain workers age out.
These meetings come as the company has missed three loan payments and oversees a number of unfinished developments.
The director of the financial markets department said the government would ensure individual house purchases were safe.
The number of employees being laid off has dropped, but businesses are still struggling to find employees to fill vacancies left by the pandemic layoffs.
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The latest industrial action taken by thousands of John Deere workers marks the first major strike against the company in 35 years.
Mexican visitors account for 65 percent of retail sales in Del Rio, Texas, and business owners are hoping eased restrictions will lead to economic recovery.
"If we take a stand here for ourselves...it's going to make a difference for the whole manufacturing industry. Let's do it," a John Deere employee said.
"It's one thing to say that the problem is controllable, it's another to control it," said Logan Wright of the Rhodium Group.
U.S. safety investigators said manufacturers must issue product recalls if "a defect that poses an unreasonable risk to motor vehicle safety" is found.