The average company’s credit ratings has fallen in the three biggest euro zone economies over the last year, according to a new report.» Read More
The head of France's Socialist party rejected any change to the country's 35-hour work week.
Business confidence is at a 5-year low, with company hiring and investment intentions at their weakest levels in the post-crisis era, a survey shows.
As the month of November draws to a close and markets await the seasonal "Santa rally", investors will likely be looking out for these in the week ahead.
As the gears of the global economy continue to slow, the U.S. has—so far—bucked the trend. But it can't do so forever.
China's economy is slowing as global demand remains too low for its manufacturing capacity and labor costs rise, Peter Baum said.
Central banks in Europe and China on Friday announced moves to ease credit. But the action may have limited impact.
U.S. stocks ended the week at highs as markets rallied on overseas central banks' stimulus efforts and an encouraging domestic outlook.
When China cuts interest rates, McDonald's outperforms the market five days later and makers of stone and gravel also beat the market, history shows.
China has revealed its floor for economic growth is 7 percent after unexpectedly cutting interest rates, the former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia says.
Growing social unrest in Mexico culminated in a mass protest on the streets of its capital Thursday, with reports of fierce clashes between demonstrators and police.
China cut interest rates unexpectedly on Friday, stepping up a campaign to prop up growth in the world's second-largest economy.
The euro zone is likely to stay stagnant and the ECB stands ready to act fast to combat low inflation, says President Mario Draghi.
With its domestic economy cooling, China is investing heavily outside its borders in multibillion dollar infrastructure projects.
It's crystal-ball time for markets and Goldman Sachs is no different, outlining top-10 themes for 2015, eyeing the economic recovery, China and oil.
How much more bad news must come out of the Japanese experiment in mega-stimulus before Keynesians reassess their assumptions? asks Peter Schiff.
A new free trade agreement may give companies from South Korea a serious leg up—in China.
With the global economy slowing, countries around the world are looking for ways to ease trade barriers and spur growth.
Recessions...plunging oil prices...how should investors play all of this global economic turmoil?
Vladimir Putin called for deeper ties with North Korea to improve regional security, a day after holding talks with a personal envoy of Kim Jong Un.
The cost of borrowing for embattled euro zone nation Greece got even more expensive on Thursday, as investors shunned the country's sovereign debt.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox