The UK’s exit from the European Union could leave weak member countries exposed to a rise in migrants and reduce the influence of the remaining 27 states on the global stage, according to a leading economist.
European Central Bank (ECB) chief Mario Draghi has signalled that further monetary policy easing is likely in March.
The US economy is currently stagnating, according to business survey figures released today.
He had the tastes of a typical millionaire. He owned a gold and silver Rolex and a fleet of expensive cars. He liked to dabble in modern art. But although this Chinese businessman had several companies and a palatial villa in the Madrid suburbs, he had almost no money in the bank, a detail that piqued the interest of Spanish authorities.
The scientist Mary Somerville will be the first woman other than a royal to appear on a Royal Bank of Scotland banknote – but only after a steward’s inquiry over an apparent attempt to rig the vote.
Share prices are tumbling.
India's economy has overtaken China's to become the world's fastest growing large economy.
George Osborne’s overhaul of the stamp duty tax regime has cost the taxpayer well over half a billion pounds in lost revenue last year, new research today reveals, as sales of high-end homes slowed and investors switched tactics to avoid paying huge premiums on purchases.
Early Friday afternoon, Barack Obama took the stage at the White House briefing room to announce that the US unemployment rate had dropped below 5% for the first time since February 2008.
The global economy seems trapped in a "death spiral" that could lead to further weakness in oil prices, recession and a serious equity bear market, Citi has warned.
When Gina Topliff Frost, 56, and her husband, John Topliff, 57, were made redundant in 2011 from their jobs as drama teachers, they decided to start their own theatre.
Snow blanketed New York City on Thursday, and its streets quickly emptied.
US interest rates will remain unchanged until at least June, the Federal Reserve’s open market committee (FOMC) announced on Wednesday.
Everyone loves a good comeback story. And if you were to look for one right now in the euro zone, most economists would point to Spain.
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.
International business leaders have urged the UK to stay in the European Union, warning of the complications that could follow a Brexit vote.
Four of the 17 members of the Federal Open Market Committee have publicly indicated their disagreement with the dovish guidance in last week's policy statement.
At its best, Bitcoin could be a trusted currency which transforms the way money is transacted.
Like Easter, the start to the buying season for househunters has come early this year. Mortgage approvals in February were 20% up on the same month in 2015.
Remember last year when China devalued its currency and the market went nuts? Well, so much for that.
Oil may be a precious and dwindling resource but at the moment, at least, it looks like we just have too much of it.
The US economy added a robust 255,000 jobs in July, the Department of Labor announced on Friday, shaking off economic headwinds that had been expected to make the jobs market stumble.The unemployment rate remained steady at 4.9%.
The pace of layoffs announced by U.S.-based companies rose for a second-straight month in July, as the U.S. energy patch once again shed workers.