After a ho-hum performance for most of 2014, analysts believe that Japan's Nikkei 225 will see better days in the year ahead.» Read More
The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced lower medium-term forecasts for the U.K.'s economic growth Wednesday - and hiked taxes for multinationals.
Despite a well-publicized drive to combat graft, China has been labeled more corrupt this year than it was in 2013.
Germany, France and Italy have launched a campaign to tighten EU tax rules that appears aimed at practices in Luxembourg, the FT reports.
Moody's cut Japan's credit rating to A1 from AA3 on Monday, just minutes after the Nikkei closed at a seven-year high.
France's 35-hour work week could be under threat as politicians battle over how to make the economy more competitive, the NYT reports.
Ron Insana doesn't think there's going to be a mass exodus from bond funds. Here's why.
The average company’s credit ratings has fallen in the three biggest euro zone economies over the last year, according to a new report.
The euro zone poses a serious danger for global growth, with the world's economy already "in low gear", the OECD said on Tuesday.
Indonesia's president said on Monday he will slash the travel budget for his cabinet to free up funds for reforms in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.
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.
The euro zone is likely to stay stagnant and the ECB stands ready to act fast to combat low inflation, says President Mario Draghi.
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