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Ukrainian forces push toward Kherson, Kyiv orders electricity curbs

Ukraine's military tightened the noose around Russian forces occupying the southern city of Kherson on Thursday as the government ordered nationwide curbs on electricity use because of Russian missile and drone attacks on power plants.


UK PM Truss clings to power as chaos in Westminster escalates

LONDON, Oct 20 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Liz Truss battled to retain her grip on power on Thursday, a day after a second top minister quit and rowing and jostling broke out among her lawmakers in parliament in a dramatic breakdown of unity and discipline.



U.S. considering joint weapons production with Taiwan

WASHINGTON, Oct 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. government is considering a plan to jointly produce weapons with Taiwan, a business lobby said on Wednesday, an initiative intended to speed up arms transfers to bolster Taipei's deterrence against China.


Georgia man, 80, arrested at U.S. Capitol with guns in his van

An 80-year-old Georgia man illegally parked on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, saying he wanted to deliver documents to the Supreme Court, was arrested on Wednesday after three guns were found in his van, police said.



Credit Suisse scrambles to finalise revamp as deadline looms

ZURICH/FRANKFURT, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Credit Suisse is racing to firm up sales of part of its business that could limit the cash it needs from investors, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said, with just days to go before the bank unveils an overhaul.


Tesla sees 2022 delivery miss, Q3 revenue comes in below forecast

Tesla Inc said on Wednesday it expected to miss its vehicle delivery target this year, but downplayed concerns about softening demand after its revenue missed Wall Street estimates.



Genetic findings from Siberian caves give glimpse into Neanderthal life

WASHINGTON, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Bone and tooth remnants from two Siberian caves are helping scientists for the first time decipher the social organization of our cousins the Neanderthals through genetic sleuthing, including on the remains of a father and his teenage daughter.


Webb Space Telescope renders Pillars of Creation with new depth, clarity

One of the most celebrated, awe-inspiring images of modern astronomy, revealing colossal spires of interstellar gas and dust called the Pillars of Creation, has been rendered anew with greater depth, clarity and color by the James Webb Space Telescope.



Gauff, Garcia into WTA Finals after Sabalenka defeat in Guadalajara

Coco Gauff and Caroline Garcia qualified for the WTA Finals after Aryna Sabalenka lost to Liudmila Samsonova in the Guadalajara Open second round on Wednesday.


India need a lot of things to go their way to win World Cup: Rohit

MELBOURNE, Oct 20 (Reuters) - India begin the T20 World Cup in Australia as one of the favourites but captain Rohit Sharma says a lot of things will have to fall into place if they are to win the title.




Jailed Harvey Weinstein back on trial in the home of Hollywood

Harvey Weinstein, currently in jail after his conviction for sex crimes in New York, faces trial on rape and other charges in Los Angeles

20 Oct 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


The annual Paris contemporary art fair gets a reboot

Paris's annual contemporary art fair known as FIAC gets a rebrand this year as Paris + Art Basel, as the French capital seeks to regain its foothold in the art market, to compete with cities such as London and New York.

20 Oct 13:00 ET / 13:00 GMT


Bosnian self-taught lady painter lives a full life at age of 100

Nada Rudan celebrated her 100th birthday in June by exhibiting publically her paintings for the first time since she begun to paint at age of 87. Rudan, a retired dressmaker who has just returned from her two-month trips to Croatia and Germany, tells Reuters how to live a full life as the centenarian.

21 Oct


Music star Taylor Swift releases her latest album "Midnights"

U.S. music star Taylor Swift releases her 10th studio album, "Midnights".

21 Oct



Falling demand for Covid-19 boosters puts price hikes on the table

With most Americans delaying or skipping new COVID-19 booster shots, analysts and investors are now predicting far fewer will be given each year, pushing the number of shots well below annual flu vaccinations.

20 Oct 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


AT&T Reports Third Quarter Results

AT&T is expected to post third quarter results on Thursday. Analysts will look out for any future-looking comments on revenue, profit, price increases and further investments in 5G roll-outs in the face of a glum economy.

20 Oct 10:30 ET / 10:30 GMT


Ukraine insurance cost surpass Iraq war levels, industry sources say

As humanitarian workers, journalists and engineers increasingly head to Ukraine, insurers are putting together cover for them, but say it is harder and more expensive to do so than following the Iraq war.

20 Oct 11:00 ET / 11:00 GMT


Portugal's Economy Minister, Web Summit CEO hold news conference

Portugal's Economy Minister Antonio Costa Silva and Web Summit's CEO Paddy Cosgrave hold news conference ahead of Europe's largest technology conference, which is scheduled to take place in Lisbon, from Nov. 1-4

20 Oct 12:00 ET / 12:00 GMT


Q3 2022 Freeport-McMoRan Inc Earnings Release

Estimated time. Expected before market open (BMO).

20 Oct 12:30 ET / 12:30 GMT


American Airlines expected to report strong third-quarter results

American Airlines is expected to report a quarterly profit on the back of a strong travel demand. But with growing risks of an economic recession sparking worries about travel spending, investors are looking to find out how the carrier plans to offset higher costs and protect profit once consumer demand softens.

20 Oct 13:30 ET / 13:30 GMT


US Treasury announces sales: 3- and 6-month bills; 2-year floating rate notes; 2-, 5- and 7-year notes

US Treasury announces sales: 3- and 6-month bills; 2-year floating rate notes; 2-, 5- and 7-year notes.

20 Oct 15:00 ET / 15:00 GMT


Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Harker speaks on economic outlook

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker speaks on the economic outlook before the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce, in Pittsgrove, N.J.

20 Oct 16:00 ET / 16:00 GMT


Brazil's Assai posts Q3 quarterly results

20 Oct 16:00 ET / 16:00 GMT


Federal Reserve Board Governor Cook is panelist in Spartanburg, S.C.

Federal Reserve Board Governor Lisa Cook gives brief introductory remarks before event, "The View from Spartanburg, South Carolina: A Panel Discussion and Listening Session with Local Community and Business Leaders," in Spartanburg, S.C.

20 Oct 16:30 ET / 16:30 GMT


Treasury Dept. sells 5-year TIPS

Treasury Dept. sells 5-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities.

20 Oct 17:00 ET / 17:00 GMT


(VIA PRE-RECORDED VIDEO) Federal Reserve's Cook speaks at "Exploring Careers in Economics" virtual event

(VIA PRE-RECORDED VIDEO) Federal Reserve Board Governor Lisa Cook participates in moderated discussion on "Diversity and Careers in Economics" before virtual "Exploring Careers in Economics - Fall 2022" event.

20 Oct 17:45 ET / 17:45 GMT


September trade balance data due for release

Argentine government is due to release September trade balance data

20 Oct 18:30 ET / 18:30 GMT


August economic activity data due

Argentine government due to release August economic data

20 Oct 18:30 ET / 18:30 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.

20 Oct 20:30 ET / 20:30 GMT


Sika releases its Q3 2022 results

21 Oct


Reuters poll: Analysts on outlook for Colombia interest rate

We'll poll analysts on their outlook for the Colombia central bank board's interest rate decision on Oct. 28.

21 Oct



A 1990s relic, floppy disks get second life at California warehouse

It has been two decades since their heyday but one bulk supplier of the iconic 3.5-inch floppy disk used to store data in 1990s says business is still booming.

20 Oct 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT


Kevin Spacey's civil sex abuse trial draws to a close

Closing arguments are likely in Kevin Spacey's civil trial on a battery claim by Anthony Rapp, who says Spacey made an unwanted sexual advance in 1986 when Rapp was 14.

20 Oct 13:30 ET / 13:30 GMT



Beyond cutting hair, how can the West support Iran's protesters?

Western actresses and ministers have cut their hair on camera to dramatize their support for Iranian women whose protests have rocked the Islamic Republic since a 22-year-old woman died in the custody of Iran's morality police over a month ago.

20 Oct 12:00 ET / 12:00 GMT


Interview with Croatian prisoner released by Russia after being captured in Mariupol

Vjekoslav Prebeg is one of 10 foreign nationals released in a major swap of prisoners between Russia and Ukraine in September. Prebeg sits down with Reuters to tell his story on how he joined Ukrainian forces in defence of Mariupol and was captured by Russian forces.

21 Oct


TBC - U.N. Security Council to vote on Haiti sanctions regime

The U.N. Security Council is due to vote on creating a sanctions regime to impose an asset freeze, travel ban and arms embargo on anyone who threatens the peace, security or stability of Haiti. The first person to be sanctioned would be Jimmy Cherizier, who goes by the nickname "Barbecue" and is described in the U.S. and Mexico-drafted resolution as one of Haiti's most influential gang leaders.

21 Oct



German interior minister hosts Western Balkans counterparts

German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser hosts a "Berlin Process" meeting in Berlin, with counterparts from the Western Balkan countries. The meeting, which is also expected to include representatives of other European countries such as Britain, France, Slovenia and Croatia, will focus on irregular migration as well as efforts to fight corruption and organized crime.

20 Oct 12:00 ET / 12:00 GMT


EU leaders meet in Brussels

EU leaders meet in Brussels to discuss Ukraine, the energy crisis and economic issues.

20 Oct 13:00 ET / 13:00 GMT


Cholera outbreak in Lebanon hits Syrian refugees hard

A cholera outbreak is hitting Syrian refugees eking out a living in dilapidated camps in Lebanon, where an economic crisis is complicating access to clean water for some of the most vulnerable.

21 Oct


Biden speaks at Delaware State University on student debt relief

U.S. President Joe Biden travels to Delaware State University in Dover, Del., to deliver remarks on student debt relief.

21 Oct


UK trade union vote: more than 100,000 local government workers vote on a pay deal

Expected results of a vote by more than 100,000 local government workers including carers, school staff, social workers, refuse collectors on a £1,925 flat rate proposed settlement.

The ballot opened on Aug 22 and closed on Oct 21.

21 Oct



NOAA to issue 2022-2023 U.S. Winter Outlook

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center will announce its U.S. temperature and precipitation outlook for winter 2022-23 amid high energy prices and an ongoing war in Ukraine that has disrupted the global fuel supply chain. Meanwhile, persistent drought in the U.S.

20 Oct 15:00 ET / 15:00 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.

20 Oct 16:00 ET / 16:00 GMT



Soccer-Destination unknown: Qatar remains mystery for hesitant World Cup fans

The quadrennial World Cup normally hogs football fans' attention months in advance as hundreds of thousands of supporters from across the globe pack their bags for a trip to the sport's biggest extravaganza. However, moving the World Cup from its usual summer dates to the winter period because of high temperatures in the desert state, has significantly limiting travel opportunities to Qatar for a longer period.

20 Oct 18:00 ET / 18:00 GMT

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