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.
Two out of five UK workers (38 per cent) earned less than the average home in the last 12 months, a new study by Post Office Money claims.
Bank of England boss Mark Carney has accused the G20 of failing to adopt measures to boost global growth as he defended central banks and their power to play a role in stimulating economic growth following attacks from critics who say they have run out of ammunition.
Concerns over the health of the US economy have grown following the publication of an influential report showing the first decline in service-sector business activity since October 2013.
The International Monetary Fund has urged the UK to ease back on austerity should the economy slow further, as it warned finance ministers at the G20 summit in Shanghai to boost public spending on infrastructure to fuel global growth.
The risk of the global economy falling into a recession is rising as fundamentals remain poor, analysts at Citigroup said in a note Wednesday.
It's safe to say HSBC has come off the fence when it comes to Brexit, predicting what can only be described as a Brexocalypse. Just don't try saying that out loud.
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.
The International Monetary Fund is to admit that it has made serious mistakes in the handling of the sovereign debt crisis in Greece, according to internal reports due to be published later on Wednesday.
A vote to leave the EU in June’s referendum will threaten the UK’s strong credit score, potentially pushing up the cost of government borrowing, the ratings agency Moody’s has warned.
The US economy showed further signs of a slowdown on Friday as the US Department of Labor announced just 160,000 new jobs had been created in April, 40,000 fewer than had been expected.
Bitcoin has "clear potential for growth" and could become a major means of payment for online transactions and money transfers, a Bank of America analyst tells CNBC.
Athletes know all about productivity. Their lives are spent eking out improvements in performance through new training methods, better diets and learning from their rivals. A personal best is productivity writ large: doing better this year than you did last.
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.