Russia To Build Nuclear Reactors In Iran
November 12 2014 12:29 AM EST
The deal comes amid ongoing negotiations between Iran and six world powers to hammer out a nuclear agreement before a Nov. 24 deadline.
EU To Discuss Russia Sanctions, Ukraine Support Next Week
November 11 2014 6:18 AM EST
Fighting between pro-Russian separatists and government forces in eastern Ukraine flared up again in the past week.
UK Hiring And Pay Growth Slow In October: Recruiters
November 07 2014 1:39 AM EST
Signs of a cooling in Britain's labor market will be noted by the BoE, which considers wage growth central to its decision on interest rates.
OECD Sees Gradual US-Led Recovery Despite Euro Zone Weakness
November 06 2014 8:01 AM EST
The Paris-based OECD updated its outlook ahead of a G20 summit next week in Australia.
ECB Holds Rates While Waiting For Stimulus To Sink In
November 06 2014 7:30 AM EST
The November policy meeting takes place against a backdrop of meager growth prospects for the euro zone.
Will Germany Pull Eurozone Into A Triple-Dip Recession?
November 05 2014 5:11 PM EST
Germany, Europe's traditional powerhouse, is showing signs of weakness after slashing its growth forecasts for 2014 and 2015.
UK's Rapid Economic Recovery Set For End-Of-Year Slowdown
November 05 2014 7:59 AM EST
Britain still looks set to outpace other advanced economies, but the pace of the recovery has eased as European demand fades.
Climate-Change Report A 'Canary In The Coal Mine': US
November 02 2014 10:11 AM EST
A U.N.-backed panel's latest climate-change report furnishes more evidence human-generated greenhouse gases are fueling global warming.
Climate Change Could Be ‘Irreversible’ Under Current Conditions By 2100
November 02 2014 9:09 AM EST
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has issued its strongest warning about the use of fossil fuels to date.
$75 Trillion Shadow Looms Over Global Economy
October 31 2014 6:55 AM EDT
Unregulated entities have filled the vacuum left behind by shrinking banks that are coping with new regulations after the financial crisis.
Ukraine, Russia And EU To Sign Gas Deal
October 30 2014 5:43 PM EDT
The three parties have reportedly agreed on a deal to resume Russian gas supplies to Ukraine.
What Comes Next For US Economy?
October 30 2014 2:02 PM EDT
As quantitative easing comes to an end, many economists fear the U.S. economy hasn't returned to full strength — and may not be able to.
Ukraine Gas Supplies In Doubt As Russia Seeks EU Payment Deal
October 30 2014 4:44 AM EDT
Some critics of Russia question whether its motivation is financial or whether prolonging the wrangling suits Moscow's diplomatic agenda.
German Business Morale Lowest In Nearly 2 Years
October 27 2014 6:25 AM EDT
A slew of organizations including the OECD, the IMF and leading institutes have slashed their forecasts for German economic growth.
ECB: 25 Of 130 Biggest Banks In Eurozone Fail Stress Tests
October 26 2014 9:38 AM EDT
The European Central Bank said the banks’ capital holes could be filled by their raising €10 billion ($12.67 billion).
EU's Juncker Pledges Investment Plan For Jobs
October 22 2014 7:01 AM EDT
Germany, Europe's dominant economy, is resisting calls for it to spend more to kick-start growth.
Slower Global Economy Not Likely To Change Fed Policy
October 21 2014 11:10 AM EDT
The Fed is expected to end its bond-buying program at its policy meeting next week despite concerns of a weaker global economy.
ECB Looking At Corporate Bond Buys By December
October 21 2014 6:31 AM EDT
The policymakers could decide at the December meeting to go ahead with the purchases, but such a step is not certain.
UK Public Finances Worsen In First Half Of Tax Year
October 21 2014 5:41 AM EDT
Last month's data showed that borrowing between April and August was 6 percent higher than a year earlier.
EU Drops Probe Into Chinese Telecoms Subsidies
October 20 2014 9:02 PM EDT
The agreement between EU and Chinese officials ends a yearlong dispute that had ratcheted up trade tensions.