Wall Street watchers are calling it the most seminal moment for the global economy since the collapse of Lehman Brothers unleashed a savage financial and economic crisis in 2008.
The more one sees of George Osborne – and this is not a chancellor who keeps himself to himself – the more he appears to be a practitioner of the false economy.
The CNBC All-America Economic Survey found 34 percent of respondents "very worried" about a major terror attack in the United States.
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Frank Sinatra's favorite toast was, "May you live to be 100, and may the last voice you hear be mine."
Caterpillar on Friday said Ed Rapp, a 36-plus-year veteran of the company and group president with responsibility for Resource Industries, is retiring as he battles with Lou Gehrig's disease.
Ford is to invest $4.5bn (£3bn) in electric vehicles over the next five years as part of a push by global carmakers to overhaul their product range.
The probability of another financial crisis hitting the UK will be cut by a third if Britain’s biggest banks find a further £27bn of special capital in the next four years, according to the Bank of England.
The City was left nursing its losses after a week of turmoil in commodity and stock markets that wiped £73bn off the value of UK shares.
The managing director of the International Monetary Fund has said she wants Britain to stay in the EU, warning that a looming Brexit referendum posed a risk to the UK economy.
As uncertainty from the UK's referendum on EU membership continues to plague the banking sector, Deutsche Bank's chief economist is calling for a bailout of Europe's banks.
Wall Street investors are likely approaching the coming week apprehensively, as a number of big name banks are due to report their quarterly earnings.
UK taxpayers are sitting on a huge loss on RBS stock, with the bank's share price plummeting by more than 40 per cent since the EU referendum.