J.P. Morgan Funds' chief market strategist, David Kelly, expects the U.S. economic growth to slow in the next two years as the labor market tightens.
The Greek government was under intense domestic political pressure on Tuesday night over concessions offered to creditors as eurozone finance ministers prepared to discuss a deal to stave off financial collapse in Athens.
Global banks could quit London if Britain votes to leave the European Union, the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has said, as it warned a UK exit would pose a risk to the growth prospects of the UK economy.
Greece’s date with destiny started with its upstart prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, being slapped on the face.
Like a husband forgiven for countless infidelities, Greek leader Alexis Tsipras is back in Brussels with a wink and a smile and yes, another kiss and make-up proposal. Only this time, it looks like the marriage is saved.
Citigroup's top bond watcher William Lee says investors shouldn't sweat a rate hike, because the Fed is too scared to throw bonds into turmoil.
Markets in Asia reacted cautiously but positively to news that the Greek government had put forward new proposals for a deal to solve the crisis gripping the country.
George Osborne is on track to cut the annual budget deficit by more than previously forecast after a block on spending and a jump in tax receipts in May.
Forget the prospect of a rate hike-the economy is slipping into recession, says Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report.