15 May 2013
The French economy has officially entered its third recession in four years after shrinking in the first quarter of 2013, data released today has revealed.
08 May 2013
The UK is experiencing a slower economic recovery than 23 of the 33 advanced economies monitored by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), according to analysis.
25 April 2013
The UK's stagnating economy avoided a triple-dip recession today after initial estimates showed it expanded 0.3% in the first quarter of 2013.
06 March 2013
Sir Mervyn King, the outgoing Governor of the Bank of England, has written to a small business owner to offer his sympathies after the man's own bank refused him a loan.
02 January 2013
The Centre for Economics and Business Research has listed its top ten predictions for the global economy in the New Year, including a bounce back in Asia and a growing divide between the UK and the eurozone.
16 December 2012
Chief economist of IHS Global Insight, Nariman Behravesh, reveals his top ten economic predictions for 2013.
07 December 2012
In the latest Big Debate, our panelists from Rathbone Unit Trust Management, Threadneedle Investments and S&P Capital IQ discussed Economic Outlook.
15 October 2012
The much coveted Nobel Prize for economics has been awarded to game theorists Alvin Roth and Lloyd Shapley for an “an outstanding example of economic engineering”.
09 October 2012
Monday 19 October, 1987, is known as 'Black Monday' after stock markets worldwide plummeted in a single day.
10 September 2012
The Bank of England's chief economist Spencer Dale has warned printing more money "might do more harm than good" and could cause harm for the future.
15 August 2012
The UK's unemployment rate fell in the second quarter of the year, from 8.2% to 8%, although the number of young jobseekers climbed over the period.
10 August 2012
The UK economy has been given a surprise boost after the latest official data from the construction sector showed a smaller decline in output than previously announced.
16 May 2012
The UK's unemployment rate showed a surprise fall from 8.3% to 8.2% in the first quarter, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics.
14 May 2012
James Jatras, principal of Squire Sanders Public Advocacy, a Washington-based government relations firm, explodes four common myths about US tax regime FATCA.
07 May 2012
Economists name and shame the central banks responsible for some of the gravest policy errors ever made.
Sheldon MacDonald, senior investment manager at Architas, looks at the prospects for global equities markets for the rest of 2013 and beyond.
Annabelle Williams talks to Fen Sung, manager of the Premier China Enterprise fund, about the stocks that could benefit from a relaxation of China’s one-child policy.
Although US equity markets have continued to reach new all-time highs this year, sentiment towards the prospect of a sustained US economic recovery has become more tentative in the past few weeks.
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