Martin Schulz, Managing Director, International Equity at PNC Capital Advisors, says China's growth rate could come in below 7 percent as structural reforms need time to take effect.» Read More
The European Central Bank is meeting on Thursday amid a wave of grim economic data. Here's one expert's take on what will happen.
The nation's debt to GDP has now hit the 100 percent mark. Insight with Michael Gapen, Barclays Capital senior U.S. economist.
Discussing what matters more to investors, an improving U.S. economy or that Europe isn't getting worse, with CNBC's Steve Liesman and Simon Hobbs.
As it turns out, it's not just the Economist magazine and econ bloggers using Modern Monetary Theory. An independent Wall Street broker-dealer has been using it for their economic forecasts.
US private construction will post growth this year for the first time since 2005, and will be an important driver of gross domestic product growth and job creation in 2012, according to a report by investment firm AllianceBernstein.
CNBC Contributor Michael Farr with his ten predictions for the New Year.
Will the improving economy be enough to keep President Obama in the White House come November? Phil Kerpen, Americans for Prosperity, and Dean Baker, Ctr. for Economic & Policy Research, weigh in. Also, discussing whether the U.S. economy is doing better than people think, with Brian Wesbury, First Trust Advisors.
The European debt crisis has lasted through much of 2011, and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera breaks down her predictions for whether a rescue will be made in 2012. Also, Wasif Latif, United-ICAP chief technical analyst and Walter Zimmerman, United ICAP technical analyst weigh in.
CNBC's Steve Liesman explains why durable goods and personal income data is weaker than expected. Mario Gabelli & CNBC's Rick Santelli also weighs in.
If Congress can't agree to extend the payroll tax cut, US economic growth could slow nearly a full percentage point next year and send the S&P below 1100.
Sweden's Riksbank will meet and reach an interest rate decision Tuesday. Here's how to get ready.
Australia is growing, China is slowing, and everyone is eager for the EU summit, already - time for your FX Fix.
John Tang, China strategist, UBS and Chris Kimber, Managing Director, Wealth Management at Fat Prophets, discuss what China must do to maintain 8% growth over the next 5 years.
The crisis in the euro zone will escalate in 2012, economists at Citi said on Tuesday, sending the countries that share the euro into recession next year and resulting in no more than “modest but sustained growth in the U.S. and still relatively strong – albeit slowing – growth in Asia."
The official line on today's failed German bond auction is that it "reflects the deep mistrust [of the] euro project rather than a mistrust to German government bonds," Danske's chief analyst Jens Peter Sorensen told the Wall Street Journal.
UK inflation, currently at 5 percent, is hitting those aged between 45 and 65 known as the baby boomer generation hardest, a new report has found.
Discussing the not-so-great headlines for the President trying to find traction on the economy, with Gene Sperling, The National Economic Council.
Unemployment recently hit a 15-year high in the UK, inflation is hovering around 5 percent and economic growth is barely advancing, leaving many to wonder whether hosting an expensive event like the 2012 Olympic Games with taxpayers’ money will bring benefits for a nation already tightening its belt.
A scandal is brewing in Dublin over reports the Irish budget was presented to the German Bundestag's budget committee for approval after a meeting Wednesday between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny
Back in September, before the scale of the euro zone debt crisis became apparent, the IMF’s World Economic Outlook predicted the world’s developing economies would grow by 6 percent in 2012 versus just 2 percent in the developed world.