CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on GDP estimates for the first quarter.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports problems in GDP data that investors should pay attention to.
IHS Chief Economist Nariman Behravesh discusses how much we should trust GDP figures given problems with the data and a changing era in our economy.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the latest markdown of first quarter tracking number of GDP on the back of the morning's durable goods orders data.
Donald Trump's comments about NATO highlight why he would be a terrible leader for the US on the world stage, says Erik Brattberg.
CNBC's Steve Liesman gives a look into an in-depth analysis of the accuracy of United States' GDP data since 1990.
CNBC's Steve Liesman shares his analysis on initial jobless claims and durable goods orders, and looks ahead to the third revision of fourth quarter GDP.
Singapore has been feeling the heat from China's slowdown. CNBC's Sri Jegarajah asks local businesses what support they hope to receive from the Singapore government.
Attacks on the Brussels airport and metro system undermine recent signs that EU countries are better off together, says Reuters columnist John Foley.
The Bank of Thailand faces a tough policy decision, while SKorea will release Q4 GDP and Japan offers up inflation data in a short week.
Prospects for Africa’s second-largest economy look gloomy, as the central bank hikes interest rates at a time of slumping growth, drought and a political power battle.
BOJ staff made two proposals; one to expand its asset-buying program and another to add negative interest rates to asset purchases.
Trump's campaign rhetoric is Orwellian at best, says Ron Insana. Here's what he gets wrong.
Islands enjoy higher credit ratings and richer and more open economies than their landlocked counterparts, Standard & Poor's said on Thursday.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on the changes in dynamics in today's markets.
The global economy appears to be trapped in Japan-style stagnation, HSBC's high-profile senior economic adviser said on Tuesday, adding his voice to the chorus of economist warnings.
Morgan Stanley has hiked the probability of a recession hitting the global economy within the next year to 30 percent from 20 percent.
China can hit its 6.5 percent GDP growth target because it has several stimulus options, explains Wei Li, China economist at CBA.
Trump and Sanders have killed this political precedent, says Barney Frank. And in the end, Democrats will benefit.
Ireland trumped China and India to post growth of 7.8 percent in 2015, the euro zone country reported on Thursday.