Nissan wants less clout from Renault as Japan seeks to stabilize alliance 6:10am EST

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan said it is ready to work for the stability of the Nissan-Renault global alliance following the stunning arrest of common Chairman Carlos Ghosn, but a Nissan executive said the Japanese automaker is seeking ways to weaken the influence of its French partner.  Full Article

World stocks struggle to find feet after tech-driven rout 5:05am EST 

LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks attempted to steady on Wednesday following a bruising Wall Street session that wiped $1 trillion off the value of leading U.S. tech shares, while oil prices staged a modest rebound after slumping to one-year lows.  Full Article  

Bank of Canada to review policy framework, hints at big changes Tuesday, 20 Nov 2018 

OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Bank of Canada will review its monetary policies and is open to making major changes, including a move away from its long-standing practice of targeting inflation, a senior official said on Tuesday.  Full Article