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.
Hindsight is a wonderful thing.
The US economy added 151,000 jobs in January while the unemployment rate dropped to 4.9%, the US Department of Labor announced on Friday.
The prospect of a UK interest rate rise receded further into the distance after the Bank of England voted unanimously to keep borrowing costs at their record low and cut its forecasts for growth, wages and inflation.
Much of the world economy is grappling with huge challenges which are causing risks to European growth to increase, the European Commission has said.
Analysts at Goldman Sachs are warning that sterling could fall by up to 20% if Britain votes to leave the European Union.
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.
Fresh signs the UK economy is losing steam amid a global slowdown will force the Bank of England to keep interest rates at their record low this week.
Wages are likely to rise at a much slower rate than forecast by the Bank of England, keeping interest rates at a historic low and undermining tax receipts expected by George Osborne to balance the public finances.
Greece has come a step closer to unlocking more international support for its debt-ravaged economy after talks with its eurozone neighbours.
Britain’s vote to leave the EU has had little immediate impact on people’s spending habits, according to new figures that suggest more money was splashed out on clothes, meals out and day trips in July.
Oil may be a precious and dwindling resource but at the moment, at least, it looks like we just have too much of it.