MONTEVIDEO, Dec 7- The commodities-exporting economies of Latin America will continue expanding in the years ahead, driven by demand from China despite slower growth in its economy, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz said on Saturday.» Read More
NEW YORK, Sept 25- The presidents of Colombia, Peru and Chile, and Mexico's minister of economy agreed on Wednesday to liberalize 92 percent of their countries' goods and services as part of the nascent regional economic integration bloc, The Pacific Alliance.
MEXICO CITY, Aug 11- Mexico's plans to break a 75- year state monopoly on energy could boost flagging growth and double foreign investment, potentially providing the biggest leg-up to its economy since the North American Free Trade Agreement two decades ago.
BERLIN, July 26- German manufacturing, the backbone of Europe's largest economy, will slowly regain momentum after a weak start to the year but its recovery is unlikely to be strong enough to help the rest of the currency bloc.
LONDON, July 26- Improvements in energy efficiency will confer an enormous competitive advantage on the countries of North America and Europe in the next two decades relative to the fast-growing but energy-inefficient economies of Asia and the Middle East.
SANTIAGO, July 24- The economies of Latin America and the Caribbean are seen expanding 3 percent in 2013, more slowly than initially forecast as a gloomier global economy restrains exports and domestic demand, a United Nations body said on Wednesday.
While other regional economies are suffering from China's slowing demand for commodities, Mexico is humming along. "Mexico was basically a victim of its own success," said Edwin Gutierrez, who manages $10 billion in emerging market debt at Aberdeen Asset Management Ltd. in London.
Coca-Cola said overall volume rose 1 percent, which was below its expectations, and cited slow economies in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Quarterly net income dipped to $2.68 billion, or 59 cents per share, from $2.79 billion, or 61 cents per share, a year earlier.
*For poll data click on. *Asian currencies to rally mildly after recent sell-off. BANGALORE, July 4- Asian currencies will gain some ground against the U.S. dollar in the next twelve months despite sputtering regional economies and dwindling yields, according to a consensus forecast in a Reuters poll.
A rescue program agreed for Cyprus on Monday represents a new template for resolving euro zone banking problems, the head of the region's finance ministers said.
Michael McCarthy, Chief Market Strategist, CMC Markets says that the current market pull-back is an opportunity to buy stocks. But investors should practice caution.
China’s economic slowdown is not good for the U.S., as exports to China create jobs for Americans. And economists doubt that China will return to its previous growth rates, the Fiscal Times reports.
Adrian Mowat, JPMorgan chief Asian equity strategist, provides perspective ahead of China's latest GDP figures and discusses whether the country's economy is headed for a hard landing.
CNBC's Scott Cohn explains how CNBC determines which states make the cut as a top state for business.
Oil closes lower on growing U.S. supply, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
A look at which industries and cities are showing the biggest gains in the office property market, with Hessam Nadji, Marcus & Millichap managing director.
Investor confidence in Russia has recently waned thanks to political uncertainty, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.