TOKYO, Dec 1- Japanese capital expenditure rose at the fastest pace in more than eight years in July-September from a year earlier, in an encouraging sign that economic performance over the summer was not as weak as initially thought. The data suggest that revised gross domestic product on Dec. 8 may show that Japan narrowly avoided a technical recession, easing...» Read More
From jobs data to the Fed announcement, what's most important for investors? Jack Ablin, BMO Private Bank EVP & CIO, and Matthew McCormick, Bahl & Gaynor principal, provide perspective.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on the huge week ahead for economic data, including ADP and unemployment data, and what's to come from the Fed's monetary policy announcement.
Discussing U.S. GDP expectations, with Michael Cuggino, Permanent Portfolio Funds, and Kevin Mahn, Hennion & Walsh Asset Management.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports expectations from the Fed's monetary policy announcement and economic outlook.
Marc Ostwald, strategist at ADM Investor Services, says the preliminary reading of the U.K.'s second quarter GDP is unlikely to change the outlook for rates.
Business Roundtable president John Engler, discusses the current economic situation in the U.S., and what really matters. He shares his opinions on the Export-Import Bank.
Shen Jian Guang, Greater China Chief Economist at Mizuho, says China will likely hit its growth target with stronger stimulus fueling economic activity in the second half of 2014.
David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore, remains optimistic on the mainland despite a new report showing that China's debt has soared to two and a half times its economy.
Paul Gruenwald, Chief Economist Asia Pacific at Standard and Poor's Ratings Services, explains why higher growth data may not benefit China.
Raymond Yeung, senior economist for Greater China at ANZ, says China can achieve 7.5 percent GDP growth in 2014, as the momentum in the economy "clearly picked up" in the second quarter.
Alaistair Chan, Economist at Moody's Analytics, says issues like overcapacity and deflationary pressures will compel Beijing to unleash more stimulus measures in the months ahead.
Sam Le Cornu, Senior Portfolio Manager, Asia of Macquarie Funds Group, expects Chinese stocks to rise after the economy grew 7.5 percent in the second quarter.
Greg Gibbs, Senior Currency Strategist at RBS, says the Australian dollar fell on Wednesday because investors are focusing on tightening credit conditions in China rather than upbeat data.
John Zhu, Greater China Economist, HSBC and Hugh Young, Managing Director, Aberdeen Asset Management, discuss what China's data deluge on Wednesday means for growth.
Stephen Green, Senior Economist at Standard Chartered, says recovery in China remains fragile and discusses the likelihood of further stimulus from Beijing.
Jian Chang, Chief China Economist, Barclays, outlines her forecast for second quarter GDP and explains why "mini stimulus" won't sustain future growth.
U.S. public debt remains unsustainable and will reach 106 percent of economic output in 25 years, the Congressional Budget Office said.
Boris Schlossberg, Managing Director of BK Asset Management, says the Aussie dollar may fall to 91 cents against the greenback if China's second quarter growth report disappoints.
Germany's financial strength is "among one of the best" in the world explains Moritz Kraemer, chief rating officer for sovereign ratings at Standard & Poor's after the ratings agency reaffirmed the country's AAA rating.
Vishnu Varathan, Senior Economist at Mizuho Bank, expects manufacturing to remain weak throughout 2014 but says a rebound in China's factory activity may provide a slight boost.