Gold and other commodities seem to be signaling that the U.S. economy is sluggish and will get weaker still.
Instead of struggling to keep the euro zone together, default may be less painful in the long run for the people of overindebted countries
Consumers aren’t falling out of love with their TVs. More likely, they can’t justify replacing the big new TV they purchased not long ago, or they’ve run out of places to put yet another screen.
For Americans, the economy is likely to remain sluggish for several years, but the long-term outlook isn’t nearly as bad as the pessimists say
Since the recession, the value of derivatives outstanding has grown, and they remain very risky with the potential for large, unpredictable losses.
A stronger dollar could be a bellwether of an improving economy and a brighter outlook for U.S. stocks.
For all the headlines to the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s new record, you’d think it was a big deal. But experts say it’s time to curb the enthusiasm.
A host of factors outside of the government’s control will likely hold back the economy for at least another year.
US tire company spent five fruitless years trying to cut costs at its Amiens plant and being blocked. Now it’s shutting down the plant altogether, sparking political outrage
During this year’s TIME Davos panel “Leading through Adversity” — video highlights of which you can watch below — TIME International editor Jim Frederick asked some of the world’s biggest players in the global economy a simple question: Are leaders too risk-averse in their efforts to bring the economy back on track?
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A slow-growing economy with little inflation can actually be the best environment for blue-chip stocks.