Monday October 18th, 2021 3:38AM

AP Business - Economy

Turkish lira at new lows after Erdogan fires bank officials
The Turkish lira has hit record lows against the dollar after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan fired three senior central bank officials
6:28AM ( 3 days ago )
Report: 3 killed in Beirut amid clashes over blast probe
At least three people have reportedly been killed in armed clashes in Beirut amid protests against the lead judge investigating last year’s massive blast in the city's port
6:04AM ( 3 days ago )
Global shares rise as Wall Street tech gain boosts optimism
Global shares are mostly higher, with European benchmarks tracking gains in Asia
5:48AM ( 3 days ago )
Economic institutes slash Germany's growth forecast
Germany’s leading economic institutes have slashed their forecast for Europe’s biggest economy
4:55AM ( 3 days ago )
Japan PM dissolves lower house for Oct. 31 national election
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has dissolved the lower house of parliament for Japan’s first elections of the pandemic
3:10AM ( 4 days ago )
Asian shares rise as Wall Street tech gain boosts optimism
Asian shares are mostly higher, tracking an overnight rally on Wall Street as investors sought out bargains, including technology stocks
1:52AM ( 4 days ago )
Biden tries to tame inflation by having LA port open 24/7
President Joe Biden has announced a deal to expand operations at the Port of Los Angeles in hopes of ending the logjam of ships waiting to unload
10:33PM ( 4 days ago )
The Latest: South Korea has 100th day of 1,000-plus cases
South Korea has reported more than 1,000 new coronavirus infections for the 100th consecutive day as a delta-driven outbreak continues to spread in the greater capital area
10:31PM ( 4 days ago )
The Latest: No exemptions so far for San Fran. city workers
About 800 San Francisco city workers have asked for medical or religions exemptions to avoid a looming deadline for them to get vaccinated against the coronavirus or lose their jobs
9:29PM ( 4 days ago )
Border residents rejoice as US says it will lift travel ban
Beleaguered business owners and families separated by COVID-19 are celebrating after the Biden administration says it will reopen U.S. land borders to nonessential travel next month, ending a 19-month freeze
9:22PM ( 4 days ago )