US job openings leaped again in February, way above analyst expectations.
The UK is set for another year of record low interest rates, economists have predicted, following news that the dominant services sector suffered a sharp slowdown last month.
Brazil’s economy suffered its worst slump for quarter of a century last year as a global commodity rout, a domestic political crisis and rising inflation forced businesses to slash spending and jobs.
Moody's cut its outlook for China from "stable" to "negative", citing the country's rising debt burden and uncertainty over the government's ability to implement the much needed economic reforms.
China’s factories have stumbled through last month’s new year celebrations to join a broad decline in manufacturing across Europe and the US, adding further evidence of sharp downturn in the global economy since the beginning of the year.
Fund managers are feeling increasingly gloomy about the outlook for the UK economy, according to a new survey.
Economic wonks at UBS have calculated the British pound could fall to equal value to the euro, if the UK does decide to quit the European Union in the vote set for 23 June.
China’s central bank has stepped up action to bolster its cooling economy by loosening the rules on banks’ cash reserves in the hope that they will offer cheaper loans.
The European Central Bank is under growing pressure to step up support for the eurozone’s flagging economy after the bloc slipped back into negative inflation in February.
International business leaders have urged the UK to stay in the European Union, warning of the complications that could follow a Brexit vote.
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The G7 leaders have issued a joint declaration in which they warn that Britain leaving the European Union would be a threat to the global economy.
The North Sea oil industry, once a huge moneyspinner for the Treasury, is set to become a £1bn burden for the taxpayer next year as the plunging crude price hits revenues.
Global growth will slow this year as oil exporters in the developing world struggle to cope with lower energy prices, the World Bank has said in its half-yearly economic health check.
Low oil prices and inflation will help Britain record its fastest growth since the financial crisis, according to the CBI.
Back in 2012, the first Friday of the month was an exciting day in US politics. As Barack Obama and Mitt Romney fought to convince voters that they’d be the best candidate to steer the US economy through recovery, the official monthly jobs report provided both sides with ammunition.
A million more young people could have to live with their parents over the next decade to save enough for a deposit to buy their own home.
Inflation remained at 0.3% in May after a rise in transport costs and hotel bills was offset by the falling cost of clothes and food.
The pound would plunge 20% immediately after a Brexit vote in June, according to a leading economic thinktank.
The price of oil plunged to $55.91 per barrel on Wednesday as the US opened the way to crude exports and China produced another set of downbeat economic statistics that pointed to a global slowdown.
Britain’s public finances showed a smaller-than-expected surplus in July, a month typically lucrative for the government as businesses settle their tax bills.
Fears that a Brexit vote would trigger widespread job losses failed to materialise last month, with the number of people claiming jobseeker’s allowance unexpectedly falling.
London could bear the brunt of a post-Brexit vote downturn, according to economic indicators in the weeks since the EU referendum pointing to job cuts, falling house prices and a decline in business activity in the capital.