Their equity portfolios shrank as Russia's benchmark index plunged due to escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine.
Worse-than-expected winter weather continues to erode earnings per share growth projections.
If extreme Iran-style sanctions are imposed on Russian exports, the EU would be much more exposed than the U.S.
The U.K. budget is one of the most widely covered events on the calendar because of its public impact.
“Credit defaults will definitely happen. It’s just a matter of timing, scale, and how big the impact is,” a bank regulator says.
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If external financial support falters, the first signs of strain are likely to emerge in the banking sector.
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China’s top leaders are emphasizing the need to adopt differentiated property market regulations rather than a “one-fit-for-all” policy.
The Feb. jobs report wasn't spectacular, but given current demographic trends, investors and job seekers will take it.
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A small loss-making solar company in Shanghai is about to default on its debt Friday, which would make it China's first-ever domestic bond default and possibly the first of many to come.
The increase for January was also revised lower, providing further confirmation of a dip in job growth in late 2013/early 2014.
Here's what you need to know about the state of the Chinese economy and the annual National People's Congress.
Economists are bracing for another weak employment report Friday, as the U.S. experienced the third most severe winter in 50 years.
The Bank of Russia's move came as the ruble plunged to record lows, following Moscow's military intervention in Ukraine.
Modest growth and low inflation keep pressuring the ECB to lower interest rates, with a high likelihood of more, potentially as early as March.
The U.S. economy is still growing, but the lower rate may cause some to ask "Should the stimulus taper occur as quickly?"
The fourth-quarter earnings season is getting into its final weeks.
China bulls, take note: The pace of urbanization is set to slow and its contribution to economic growth is set to decline.