The number of Americans filing for benefits fell more than expected last week, near 42-year lows.» Read More
Thousands rallied against new water bills in Dublin on Saturday in Ireland's biggest anti-austerity protest in years.
The financial derivatives industry has agreed to a rule change to help regulators to wind down failed banks without destabilizing markets.
The International Monetary Fund's member countries on Saturday said bold action was needed to bolster the global recovery.
US officials seek "total cooperation" from Swiss banks in a draft agreement aimed at allowing the banks to make amends for aiding tax evasion.
U.S. costs of imported goods fell for a 3rd straight month, data showed on Friday, as falling oil prices contained inflationary pressure.
Despite lower interest rates, the boom in mortgage refinancings is over, largely because homeowners who could save have already refinanced.
Obamacare and the tax hit some may face next year could delay a rate hike by the Fed, says ex-Treasury official Stephen Myrow. Here's why.
Speaking at the Brookings Institution, Fischer said the Central Bank had identified a few areas of concern regarding economic stability.
London is the world’s top “power” city for business and innovation, surpassing rivals like New York and Hong Kong, according to a new index.
Expectations for this earnings season may be too hopeful, says Michael Farr. Here's why.
Tuesday's stock-market selloff was followed by a Wednesday rebound. So what happens now? NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari weighs in.
The number of new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week to nearly its lowest level since before the 2007-09 recession.
This week's poor German data are the latest sign the "strongman" of Europe is weakening. We take a look at why Germany could be losing its clout.
Economic growth is set to slow in the euro area, the OECD warned on Wednesday, in a blow to hopes the region’s fortunes were improving.
President Obama's economic leadership stands at the lowest level of his presidency, according to the latest CNBC All-America Economic survey.
The IMF has downgraded its global growth forecast for both this year and next, as a divergence emerges between economies.
Home prices are still higher compared to last year, but now, suddenly, it looks as if values could actually go negative on a national level.
The number of U.S. job openings rose last month to the highest level since January 2001, the Labor Department said Tuesday.
One thing experts can agree on: Consumers will remain cautious when opening their wallets this holiday.
Some economists warn the risks of a full-blown Chinese banking crisis are rising. If it happens, the impact would be felt around the world.