Federal Reserve officials are increasingly at odds over how “patient” they should be with record-low interest rates, according to the minutes of the central bankers’ latest meeting.
David Cameron has hailed news that Britain’s employment rate is at the joint highest level since records began in 1971 as evidence that the economy is strengthening.
Singapore's economy grew at a much faster pace than earlier thought in the fourth quarter, after the performance of both manufacturing and services sectors were revised upwards, data on Tuesday showed.
Japan's economy crawled out of recession in the fourth quarter of 2014, data on Monday showed, although the growth figures came in much weaker than expected.
The Chinese believe the Lunar New Year is about ushering in luck and fortune, and this year may be particularly prosperous for the country's wealthiest, according to research firm WealthX.
Low oil prices and inflation will help Britain record its fastest growth since the financial crisis, according to the CBI.
Frankfurt’s stock market has reached a new high, topping 11,000 for the first time.
Britain will slip into deflation for the first time in more than half a century, the Bank of England is expected to say on Thursday, as the slump in oil prices further impacts the economy.
Lower oil prices will be sustained throughout 2015 but don't expect any boost for the majority of the world's countries, according to a global growth forecast from Moody's Investor Service.
The Bank of England has muttered for so long about the possible dangers lurking in buy-to-let lending, the most excitable end of the housing market, that it had to do something.
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen delivered a speech on the economy at the Economic Club of New York today. In case you missed it, here are the key points:
Fears over the UK’s faltering economic outlook have been underlined by a survey showing a sharp drop in confidence among financial services firms, against the backdrop of the Chinese slowdown and the EU referendum.