- If Scotland Had Voted "Yes," What Would Happen To The Economy?
September 18 2014 3:52 PM
Scotland and the UK would have a host of thorny issues to hammer out before the breakaway became official.
- New Sanctions Will Stem Flow Of Big Foreign Oil Projects In Russia
September 14 2014 9:27 AM
“There is no contract sanctity,” a U.S. official said. Accordingly, companies will have 14 days to wind down activities.
- Federal Reserve May Tip Its Hand On Interest-Rate Hikes This Week
September 14 2014 7:45 AM
The U.S. Federal Reserve could signal the timing of its first interest-rate increase in more than eight years Wednesday.
- Show Us The Money: EU Seeks Billions To Revive Moribund Economy
September 13 2014 11:01 AM
European Union finance ministers were considering at least four options at a meeting in Milan Saturday.
- Rich Russians Skipping Vacations Amid Sanctions
September 12 2014 10:51 AM
You can't get to the French Riviera if your private jet won't take off.
- How An Independent Scotland Stacks Up
September 10 2014 3:36 PM
In eight days, Scotland will vote to either split from the UK or stay. But as an independent country, where would it be in world rankings?
- Investors Nervous About Scottish Independence
September 09 2014 5:01 PM
A dramatic swing in Scottish independence polls toward a "yes" vote has investors scrambling for answers on what might happen.
- What's Bothering Your Country? Here Are The Top Economic Concerns Around The World [MAP]
September 09 2014 4:59 PM
In 18 of 25 emerging markets, citizens say rising prices are 'gravest' economic concern.
- EU Sanctions On Russia Near Approval, Oil Industry Targeted
September 08 2014 11:59 AM
Russia has pledged to strike back, hinting at a ban of all EU flights over Russian territory.
- Tuna Stock In Pacific Dangerously Low
September 03 2014 2:39 AM
Pacific Bluefin and BigEye tuna stocks have fallen sharply, forcing regulatory bodies to enforce fishing restrictions to help stocks recover.
- German GDP Stumbles On Fears Of Ukraine War
August 28 2014 3:15 PM
Falling German investment and trade with Russia is only partly to blame for the economy's recent faltering.
- US Cheesemakers Raise Stink Over Proposed Label Restrictions
August 25 2014 4:04 PM
U.S. cheesemakers fear plans to limit the use of "gouda" and "feta" to cheeses made only in specific European regions.
- China Company Constructing 3D-Printed Houses
August 22 2014 10:11 PM
One Chinese company is using 3D printing to build houses. But it may be too early to say the construction revolution has truly arrived.
- Fed Interest Rate Policy Making Economists Nervous
August 17 2014 4:56 PM
Economists hope the Federal Reserve doesn't wait too long before it starts raising interest rates.
- Euro Zone Economy To Ramp Up In 2015: Economists
August 14 2014 3:25 PM
Though the euro area economy flatlined in the second quarter, forecasts point to growth in coming quarters.
- British Wages Are Falling Despite Economy's Growth
August 13 2014 2:40 PM
Though Britain's economy is growing faster than other nations', you wouldn't know it from Brits' paychecks.
- Russia's Food Import Ban Will Lead To Winners And Losers
August 08 2014 7:19 PM
As the ban rolls out, nations not affected by the prohibition have an opportunity to step in and fill the gap left behind by economic giants.
- Italy's Parliament Approves Economic Package Amid Skepticism
August 08 2014 5:38 AM
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is under growing pressure to take more decisive steps to overhaul the euro zone's third-biggest economy.
- Richest Of The Rich Are Even Richer Than You Thought
August 07 2014 11:31 AM
The world’s richest 1 percent owns more wealth than economists previously thought, depriving countries of billions in tax revenue.
- Russia Squeezes Europe Back
August 07 2014 5:10 AM
Russia said on Wednesday it would ban all food imports from the United States, and all fruit and vegetables from Europe.