A view of the world economy in January
Eurozone’s currency has been driving on a slippery road for more than a year now and even if the 19-member bloc doubled
The Eurozone’s currency has been driving on a slippery road for more than a year now and even if the 19-member bloc doubled its growth
Theresa May’s last-ditch attempt to secure support for her hard-fought Brexit deal failed dramatically on Tuesday with the beleaguered
EconomicsChart of the week: Not quite a China shockCoverage of China's 2018 growth rates is overly pessimistic Right after China released its 2018 growth figures, negative headlines started to pour in – some calling the numbers "shocking" and some talking about a...
The next seven days will be an important one for the US dollar as high-level US-Sino trade talks, the policy meeting by the Federal Reserve as well as key data releases will likely determine the currency’s next turn. The Australian dollar will also be in focus as inflation and other closely-watched indicators will be on the agenda, while in the Eurozone, flash GDP estimates could exert more negative pressure on the beleaguered euro.
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