May 17- The 3.5 percent gross domestic product growth announced by Tokyo on Wednesday suggests that Japan may be the fastest-growing economy in the G7. All these events appear linked to the election of Shinzo Abe and the regime he has installed at the Bank of Japan.» Read More
The euro is having a very big day in the wake of the European Union summit. Here's how to trade it now the outlines of a debt deal are out.
For answers, the “Fast Money” traders look at technical indicators and the latest economic data.
Speculative UK GDP statistics for the third quarter may give a falsely positive picture of the economy, economists told CNBC.
Gary Shilling, A. Gary Shilling & Company with a look at the excess inventory in housing and whether the U.S. is at risk of recession.
The third-quarter GDP report will be released on Thursday. Here's how to position yourself using currencies.
The currency markets have been all about Europe all week long. Here's a way to trade the upcoming debt-crisis meetings.
Greece will default, U.S. economist Martin Feldstein told CNBC Wednesday, and it might be good for the country to leave the European Union.
Think pessimism about the US and commodities is overdone? Here's the trade for you.
Between China's slowing growth and concerns about the euro zone crisis, it's not a bad week to keep risk off. Here's one strategist's plan.
China growth slows, France gets a warning, and safe havens are back in favor - it's time for your FX Fix.
China’s GDP grew at a lower than expected 9.1 percent in the third quarter of 2011, prompting one analyst to turn cautious about the future growth prospects of the world’s second-largest economy that continues to battle surging inflation.
Yonghao Pu, head of wealth management at UBS, and Dariusz Kowalcyzk, senior economist and strategist at Credit Agricole, joined CNBC to discuss China's growth rate, which slowed in the third quarter to 9.1 percent.
Disappointing Chinese GDP (gross domestic product) figures for the third quarter come amid increasing worries about inflation and local government debt in the economic powerhouse.
Mark Matthews, head of research Asia, Bank Julius Baer, discusses China GDP data and what it means for the economy.
Richard Jerram, chief economist at Bank of Singapore, thinks the Chinese economy, despite being relatively sluggish, is likely to have soft landing, because of easing inflation.
Spain's debt rating is cut, the G20 is all about Europe, but the sun in shining in Singapore — it's time for your FX Fix.
"For the euro zone at the moment, we are not anticipating a double dip recession. We are expecting very lacklustre growth, 1.6 percent this year, 0.6 percent next year," Leif Eskesen, chief economist for India and ASEAN at HSBC, told CNBC.
Discussing whether investors should be concerned about China's industrial slowdown and inflation fears, with Jing Ulrich, managing director & chairman of Global Markets, China, JP Morgan.
Concerns over investment in Central and Eastern Europe have grown as a solution to the problem of sovereign debt in the peripheral euro zone has eluded policymakers and global growth has slowed.
Debating whether the U.S. economy is at the front-end of a recession, with Ron Kruszewski, Stifel Nicolaus & Company CEO, who says the the commodity play is over now.