Content ID



Here are the top stories and upcoming coverage plans for Reuters text service as of 10 a.m. GMT/ 6 a.m. ET. For a full schedule of news and events, go to our editorial calendar on Reuters Connect.




German industrial orders slump more than expected in August

German industrial orders dropped more than expected in August, dragged down by a fall in orders from the euro zone, where companies are battling with energy and inflation crises, data showed on Thursday.


Europe club meets in Prague to build 'new order' without Russia

The European Union wants the 44 countries gathering for an inaugural summit in Prague of the European Political Community (EPC) on Thursday to highlight Russia's international isolation over Moscow's war in Ukraine, the bloc's top diplomat said.



U.S. carrier, allied ships hold missile defence drill after N. Korea tests

North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea on Thursday in the direction of Japan, as a U.S. aircraft carrier and allied warships held a drill that simulated shooting down one of the North's missiles.


U.S. appeals court sends DACA case back to lower court to consider new rule

A federal appeals court ruled on Wednesday that a program that has protected hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation was unlawful, but said current enrollees could renew their status and sent the case back to a lower court to consider a new Biden administration regulation.



OPEC+ oil output cut ahead of winter fans inflation concerns

Global oil supply is set to tighten, intensifying concerns over soaring inflation after the OPEC+ group of nations announced its largest supply cut since 2020 ahead of European Union embargoes on Russian energy.


Weaker refining, gas trading to hit Shell's Q3 results

Shell said on Thursday its third-quarter profit would be pressured by a near halving of oil refining margins, crumbling chemical margins and weaker natural gas trading.



Hamilton plans to continue racing beyond end of current Mercedes deal

Seven times world champion Lewis Hamilton on Thursday said he did not plan on retiring from Formula One any time soon.


Messi taken off due to tiredness, says PSG coach

Paris St Germain coach Christophe Galtier allayed fears about a possible injury to Lionel Messi on Wednesday, saying the Argentine forward had asked to be substituted due to tiredness late in their 1-1 Champions League draw with Benfica.




SPECIAL REPORT-As children line up at U.S. gender clinics, families confront many unknowns

The United States has seen an explosion in the number of children who identify as transgender, and as many of them seek medical care to transition, families must make life-altering decisions based on a dearth of science on the safety and efficacy of treatment. Runs with sidebar USA-TRANSYOUT/DATA.

6 Oct 11:00 ET / 11:00 GMT


COVID SCIENCE-Latest research on the novel coronavirus

Every Monday and Thursday, Reuters will produce a roundup of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.

6 Oct 16:00 ET / 16:00 GMT


Interview with Indonesia's state-owned pharma company Bio Farma on home-grown COVID vaccine

Interview with the CEO of Indonesia's state-owned pharmaceutical company Bio Farma on the country's home-grown vaccine that recently got an emergency use approval by local drug authorities.

Oct 7



Announcement of 2022 Nobel Literature Prize

The winner of the 2022 Nobel Prize in Literature is announced at a news conference at the Swedish Academy.

6 Oct 11:00 ET / 11:00 GMT



Countries expected to vote on China motion at U.N. rights council

Countries are expected to vote on a Western-led effort to hold a debate into a U.N. report on abuses in China's Xinjiang. If the debate takes place, it will be the first time in the council's 16-year history that China's rights record is officially on the agenda. The council is deeply divided on the issue and sources say that if it fails, it would endanger the West's moral authority on human rights which has prevailed in the decades since World War Two.

6 Oct 11:30 ET / 11:30 GMT


OPEC+ move reignites Americans' top worry ahead of midterm elections

A move by OPEC+ to sharply cut global oil produciton threatened to send gas prices higher, reigniting American voters' top worry -- inflation -- ahead of the November midterm elecitons.

6 Oct 16:00 ET / 16:00 GMT


Bosnian Serb opposition protests against allegedly rigged vote

Opposition parties plan to hold protests in Banja Luka, the main city of Bosnia's autonomous Serb Republic, alleging an election for the region's president at the weekend was rigged and they ask for re-count of ballots. According to election results so far, pro-Russian separatist Serb leader Milorad Dodik was on track to win as the Serb Republic president and his ally Zeljka Cvijanovic won the race for Serb member of the overall Bosnian presidency.

6 Oct 16:00 ET / 16:00 GMT


ANALYSIS-As China party congress looms, signals sought on easing COVID policy

BEIJING - The mounting economic toll of China's zero-COVID policy is raising investor hopes that Beijing may finally begin laying the groundwork for the tricky epidemiological and political task of shifting course following this month's Communist Party congress.

7 Oct 23:00 ET / 23:00 GMT


UN rights council to decide on motion to scrutinise Russia's human rights record

An effort by EU states to create a new independent investigator for human rights violations in Russia will be raised at the U.N. Human rights Council in Geneva.

Oct 7


EU maize harvest update as farmers bring in drought-hit crop

EU maize harvest update as farmers bring in a drought-hit crop in major producing countries like France and Romania. The poor expected crop will leave the EU more reliant on imports from Ukraine.

Oct 7


French farm ministry updates wine production forecast

France's farm ministry updates its wine production forecast as growers round off grape harvesting. The ministry has been expecting an increase in volumes this year, with drought and heatwaves seen having less of an impact on vineyards than severe frost last year.

Oct 7


Migrants face tougher times in Meloni's Italy

Italy's next prime minister Giorgia Meloni has promised to make life difficult for migrants, looking to prevent asylum seekers from putting to sea, step up repatriations and cracking down on charity rescue ships.

Oct 7


Biden travels to Hagerstown, Md., to speak about economy

U.S. President Joe Biden travels to Hagerstown, Md., to deliver remarks on economy.

Oct 7


Lesotho holds elections after five years of political instability

Lesotho will hold a general election on Friday after five years of political instability. The tiny mountain kingdom surrounded by South Africa has been led by the All Basotho Convention (ABC) party since 2017 but has had two prime ministers, one of whom stepped down after being implicated in the murder of his ex-wife. Former Health Minister Nkaku Kabi is running for prime minister on the ABC ticket.

Oct 7


Taiwan president speaks at annual Yushan Forum

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen speaks at the annual Yushan forum on diplomacy and politics.

7 Oct 01:00 ET / 01:00 GMT



Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank President Mester gives opening remarks via Zoom at Fed event

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester gives virtual opening remarks before the "Real-Time Data Analysis, Methods, and Applications" conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

6 Oct 12:50 ET / 12:50 GMT


Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Kashkari participates in Q&A

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari participates in a question-and-answer session before the Bremer Financial Corporation Fall Leadership Conference.

6 Oct 13:15 ET / 13:15 GMT


Google unveils new Pixel phone, watch, other gadgets

Google holds its annual hardware launch event, live from New York.

6 Oct 14:00 ET / 14:00 GMT


U.S. Treasury's Yellen urges changes at multilateral development banks to address global challenges

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Thursday will call for changes at multilateral development banks to ensure they can better address shocks from the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia's war against Ukraine while continuing to work on reducing poverty and boosting sustainable growth.

6 Oct 15:00 ET / 15:00 GMT


USDA issues Livestock and Meat International Trade data for August

6 Oct 15:00 ET / 15:00 GMT


US Treasury's announces sales: 3- & 6-month bills; 3- & 10-year notes; 30-year bonds

6 Oct 15:00 ET / 15:00 GMT


Demonstrations of the latest Google Pixel phone and watch

Product leaders demonstrate how the latest Pixel phones, watches and other gadgets work

6 Oct 15:00 ET / 15:00 GMT


Bank of Canada governor to deliver a speech

Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem will deliver a speech at the Halifax Chamber of Commerce in Nova Scotia.

6 Oct 16:00 ET / 16:00 GMT


Levi Strauss & Co Q3 earnings

Levi Strauss & Co is expected to report a rise in third-quarter revenue, boosted by strong demand for its jackets and jeans as people look to refresh their wardrobe after a long pandemic-led pause. Investors will look out for comments on supply-chain disruptions, higher costs and impact inflation on consumer spending.

6 Oct 16:05 ET / 16:05 GMT


Federal Reserve Board Governor Cook speaks on economic outlook

Federal Reserve Board Governor Lisa Cook speaks on the economic outlook at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, in Washington.

6 Oct 17:00 ET / 17:00 GMT


Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Kashkari participates in Q&A on cyber security

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari participates virtually in a question-and-answer session, "Cyber Risk and Financial Stability," before the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Managing Cyber Risk from the C-Suite Conference.

6 Oct 17:00 ET / 17:00 GMT


Chicago Fed's Evans participates in moderated Q&A

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans participates in moderated Q&A with Illinois Chamber of Commerce.

6 Oct 17:00 ET / 17:00 GMT


Lipper reports weekly U.S. fund flows

Thomson Reuters Lipper reports weekly sales of mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, showing what changing money flows say about asset allocations, hot and cold sectors, and the varying appeals of regions and industries.

6 Oct 20:30 ET / 20:30 GMT


Federal Reserve Board Governor Waller speaks on economy

Federal Reserve Board Governor Christopher Waller speaks on the economic outlook before the Mark C. Berger Workshop Series, in Lexington, Ky.

6 Oct 21:00 ET / 21:00 GMT


Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank President Mester speaks on monetary policy and the economic outlook

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester speaks via Zoom on monetary policy and the economic outlook before the Council for Economic Education "Economists on the Economy" event

6 Oct 22:30 ET / 22:30 GMT


Malaysia announces 2023 budget

Malaysia's finance minister will announce budget plans for 2023 amid higher subsidy bills and rising prices that are hurting fiscal strength. The government is under pressure to present an 'election budget' amid speculation that the prime minister may call for early polls.

Oct 7


China's electric vehicle maker Nio hosts event on Europe strategy in Berlin

Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio hosts an event in Berlin to introduce its plans for entry into the German, Dutch, Swedish and Danish markets as well as its next steps in Norway, its first European market.

Oct 7



Jury selection to begin in Kevin Spacey civil sex abuse trial

Jury selection is scheduled to begin on Thursday in a civil trial against Kevin Spacey stemming from a lawsuit brought by fellow actor Anthony Rapp, who accuses Spacey of making an unwanted sexual advance in 1986 when Rapp was 14.

6 Oct 13:30 ET / 13:30 GMT


Sentencing trial for Kaleb Franks in Michigan governor kidnapping plot

Kaleb Franks is scheduled for sentencing after pleading guilty to kidnapping conspiracy as part of plot to abduct Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. After striking a plea deal, Franks served as a key witness for the prosecution in convicting two other men. Hearing set for 4 p.m. ET in Grand Rapids before Judge Robert J. Jonker.

6 Oct 20:00 ET / 20:00 GMT


Closing arguments in Alex Jones Sandy Hook defamation trial

Closing arguments in the second trial to determine Alex Jones' liability for falsely claiming that the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting never happened and that families of victims were actors continues in Waterbury, CT.

6 Oct 00:00 ET / 00:00 GMT



Oath Keepers militia members leader face trial for seditious conspiracy over 2021 U.S. Capitol attack

Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and some of his group's associates go to trial, in historic effort by Justice Department to prosecute them for seditious conspiracy charges after they stormed U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

Oct 7

© Copyright Thomson Reuters 2022. Click For Restrictions -

Read more about

Talk in Marketing

Most Recent Poll

Will you have enough on-farm storage for harvest?

I just want to see the responses
46% (21 votes)
35% (16 votes)
No, it’s going to be a bin-buster
9% (4 votes)
Maybe, depending on yields
7% (3 votes)
No, I am looking at new bins or temporary storage
4% (2 votes)
Total votes: 46
Thank you for voting.