Conflict in the Middle East could contribute to rising oil prices.
Articles written by Andrew Van Sickle
The indicators suggest Germany could be facing years of steady decline.
Monetary policy in the world’s two biggest economies looks set to go their separate ways.
There has barely been any austerity at all in Britain, despite politicians’ claims to the contrary.
Burger King’s takeover of Canada’s Tim Hortons coffee and doughnut chain has drawn flack from tax critics.
French president François Hollande has sought to quell dissent over the government’s economic policy.
America’s S&P 500 has crossed the 2,000 mark against a backdrop of uncertainty.
The European Central Bank is expected to resort to money printing to kickstart growth.
European companies intend to cut back on investment as the fallout with Russia starts to be felt.
Foreign investors have been piling into Korean stocks in the expectation of bigger payouts to shareholders.