View: The oil age is coming to a close
Reduced demand for crude will send prices plunging, cutting into profits at oil extractors and refiners.
World is Fat And Slow: How the populist backlash to globalisation fuels more inequality
A world without recessions may sound like progress, b...
US Fed should buy municipal bonds to fight the next recession
US state governments suffered major damage from the last recession 10 years ago...
Russian trust in Vladimir Putin plunges to 39 per cent
Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov declined to comment to Vedomosti on the latest poll.
US unemployment falls to 48-year low in September
Despite the similar unemployment rates, today's economy is vastly different from that of 1969. Back then, one-third of Americans worked in manufacturing; now it is barely 9 percent.
China records first current account deficit in 20 years in H1 2018
The deficit in the current account stood at $28.3 bn in the January-June period, down from $34.1 bn in the first quarter, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) said in a statement.
Fed terms economy as 'strong' for the first time since 2006
Market participants and economists fully expect officials to raise rates for a third time this year at their September meeting.
View: Ten years on, the lessons of the great recession fade
The lessons of 2008 great financial crisis have faded, and another giant financial bubble is currently inflating its way to another huge bust.
Freakish peace in bull market as 8th-year rolls by
Valuations are stretched and going by its age the rally is in rarefied air. But volatility, the ticker tape of investor anxiety, is nowhere to be found.
The talk of US economic decline is political hot air: Barack Obama
Obama claimed that though "a lot of Americans feel anxious", the current state of the American economy is not in decline.
WEF 2015: Global economy faces 'new mediocre risk' in 2015, says IMF chief Christine Lagarde
Lagarde said growth and jobs are needed to support prosperity and social cohesion in the wake of the Great Recession that began in 2008.
Global B-school hiring races to 6-year high
The increased focus on growth and expansion rather than overcoming economic challenges spells good news for MBAs and other master’s-level business graduates as companies invest more in talent.
Life after layoffs: How jobs lost in recession did not mean the end
Losing their jobs in 2009's Great Recession did not mean the end of the world to these senior American professionals, even with no fall-back options.
'Western world will see more government intervention'
The Western world will see more government intervention in an attempt to protect local economies and labour markets, say BCG’s David Rhodes and Daniel Stelter.
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