Major emerging markets are suffering — and frankly that’s not very surprising
It’s a good time to buy in Dubai
Short answer: no. After five years of recession and joblessness, the global economy is looking much better, but plenty of problems linger
Beijing may complain about Washington, but its reliance on American debt stems from the China’s own economic policies
Even talk of a U.S. default is bad for the world economy and America’s standing within it
National Association of Manufacturers wants the Obama administration to bring up trade concerns during visit of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh this week
Real estate raises billions, but a credit crunch and clampdown on luxury spending drives millionaires away from the mainland
Encouraging economic news from China coupled with a Russian scheme to prevent a strike on Syria revived stock indexes across Asia on Tuesday
Figures for August show that inflation remains subdued, while exports rise more than expected
Wanna support American workers? Buy imports. So says a new report, which claims that a cheap, robust imports marketplace not only helps American workers and families, but local farmers, manufacturers, and small businesses as well.
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