A rise in default rates has led some experts to point to historical precedent, which suggests a recession ahead.
Claudio Borio of the Bank of International Settlements noted that the end of market “turbulence” should not be understood as total economic stability.
Vendors in the border town of Ciudad del Este, Paraguay, said sales are dropping as Brazilian shoppers disappear from the city's sprawling markets.
Greek lawmakers approved a 2016 budget early Sunday that included more than 5 billion euros, or $5.44 billion, in spending cuts.
The retailer's Puerto Rico unit filed a lawsuit against the commonwealth over a new tax it claimed would lift its tax burden above 90 percent of operating income.
As year-end deadlines loom, legislators are still tangling over a range of tax break extensions for industries like renewable energy and healthcare.
EU-wide debt crises and the meltdown of Greek relations have made holdouts like Poland and Sweden wary of adopting the euro.
An internal review of the U.S. Federal Reserve's bank stress tests discovered significant issues in the way the central bank has run them.
The restaurant chain's stock took a dive Friday after federal regulators announced more illnesses have been linked to its menu offerings.
Friday’s robust jobs report has cleared they way for the Fed to begin raising interest rates later this month. The pace of those rate hikes is key.
The latest jobs report suggests the economy is robust enough for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this month for the first time in nearly a decade.
Since hitting a peak last year, mining jobs have declined by 123,000, largely because of struggles in the oil, gas and coal industries.
The U.S. created 211,000 jobs in November, a result that sets the stage for a U.S. Federal Reserve rate hike later this month.
From January, trading will be suspended for 15 minutes if markets rise or fall 5 percent, and halted for the day if the fluctuation reaches 7 percent.
Following Wednesday’s shooting in San Bernardino, California, corporate security experts are taking a second look at proactive steps to reduce workplace violence.
The funds will be used to ensure that China's cooperation plans with Africa are successfully implemented, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Friday.
After spending years on the defensive, American autoworkers have won substantial pay hikes and the outlook is positive.
If the budget is approved, it would be the first time the country's defense spending breaches the 5 trillion yen mark.
Front-runner Senator Grace Poe, who was disqualified on nationality and residency issues, could be barred from continuing her campaign.
New legislation authorizes curfews and warrantless arrests in declared "security zones."
Many investors expected Mario Draghi's European Central Bank to increase bond purchases and cut interest rates more.
A provision in a $305 billion federal highway bill could make it faster and easier for tech employees to liquidate their equity.
Despite already having 23 first-party game development studios under its banner, Microsoft's Xbox will continue to look at other game companies for possible acquisition.