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The HSBC flash Purchasing Managers' Index came in at 49.1, worse than expected and reinforcing views of more monetary stimulus to come.
Stories that begin with central banks easing bank lending requirements don't often end happily, but Indonesia may dodge creating a credit bubble.
The European Central Bank raised emergency funding for Greek banks by 200 million euros, a source told Reuters.
All "Grexit" drama aside, here's what Greece needs to fix now, says Nicholas Economides, an NYU Stern professor and adviser to the Greek government.
A new report shows more than 80,000 Americans are employed by Chinese companies, up from 15,000 five years ago. Here's where those jobs are.
Yes transports are lower, diverging from the rising industrials. But it's not because the economy is weak, says Ron Insana.
German investor sentiment has nose-dived this month, signaling that investors are getting spooked by the Greece crisis.
The U.K.'s annual rate of inflation fell below zero for the first time since the 1960s, official data released on Tuesday showed.
Whether it be the roulette wheel of U.S. data or the refusal to admit that Greece is a an epic economic basket case, markets continue to rally.
CNBC takes a look at those industries that are – just about – keeping Greece afloat.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) left open the possibility it might cut interest rates further, minutes from its May 5 meeting showed, triggering a slump in the Australian dollar on Tuesday.
Full-time stable employment may be getting a pink slip, with less secure working relationships set to drive weaker economic growth, ILO data show.
GDP data on Wednesday is expected to confirm Japanese households are holding back economic growth.
Here’s what needs to happen to create an environment to help manufacturing succeed, says PPG executive Bryan Iams.
Markets underestimate liquidity risks, which look more dangerous than Greece's debt situation, the Allianz economic advisor said.
Activists in kayaks have protested against plans by Shell to resume oil exploration in the U.S. Arctic. For analysts, the news means Shell's "problem child" is getting some attention.
Investors have been dumping Greek bonds amidst concerns that the country will not make a payment to the IMF due on June 5.
The recently interrupted bull-run in the dollar has weighed heavily on company dividends, with global pay-outs slumping.
The pace of the fall in Chinese property prices moderated in April, supporting growing optimism that the housing downturn may have turned a corner.
More than one-third of employers around the world are experiencing difficulty filling job positions, global employment consultancy Manpower reported on Monday.
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