George Osborne has conceded that a housing bubble remains a threat to the recovery following comments by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in its annual appraisal of the UK economy.
Job cuts climbed to the highest level in more than a year, as U.S.-based employers announced plans to reduce payrolls by 52,961 in May, according to a report from Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Chinese shoppers could almost double the amount they spend to £3.5tn in four years with clothing offering the best opportunity for western retailers.
The dismal science has taken another look at the beautiful game, with economists at PwC the latest to put out predictions on the World Cup.
Europe's banks were bracing themselves over the weekend for much anticipated cuts in the eurozone's commercial interest rates to boost the currency zone's struggling economy.
Is the US economy on the cusp of great growth? Or is it being pulled back into a morass of recession?
The US economy contracted for the first time in three years in early 2014 after a much worse performance than originally feared.
The chances of an increase in interest rates before the end of 2014 moved a significant step closer on Wednesday night when one of the Bank of England's key policymakers said a rise in the cost of borrowing should happen "sooner rather than later".
The London property market is heading for a "natural correction" with the "frenetic" pace of buying beginning to fade, according to the head of Britain's biggest building society.
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.