China and the UK have signed almost £40bn of deals that David Cameron said would create thousands of jobs and make Britain Beijing’s partner of choice.
China is on the road to recovery. Or maybe it isn’t, at least not for some time, say the contradictory reports on the world’s second-largest economy.
The European Central Bank is expected to hint at fresh stimulus measures to ward off the threat of deflation when it holds its next monetary policy meeting on Thursday.
The importance of China to the global financial system is to be illustrated again on Monday as the world’s second-largest economy releases its estimate of third-quarter gross domestic product.
NY Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley said he would favor a rate hike this year if the economy performs in line with forecasts.
The U.K. labor market continued to recover over the summer, with unemployment falling to its lowest since the March to May period in 2008.
The U.K. economy might be a bright spot among developed economies amid fears of a renewed global economic slowdown but there is still a long way to go to get it operating at full speed, according to U.K. Chancellor George Osborne.
Inflation in Britain has turned negative for the second time this year, easing pressure on the Bank of England to raise interest rates from their record low.
Singapore's 3Q gross domestic product data this week may show the economy slipping into a technical recession for the first time since 2008.
The International Monetary Fund concluded its annual meeting in Lima with a warning to central bankers that the world economy risks another crash unless they continue to support growth with low interest rates.
Things are looking up for the Brazilian economy - but it won't be due to the Olympic games starting this week, according to a UBS report.
The timing could hardly be better.
The Bank of England is expected to cut interest rates for the first time since the financial crisis this week and lower its UK growth forecasts by the biggest margin on record, in response to the uncertainty caused by the EU referendum result.