British industrial data released Tuesday, while a slight improvement over the previous month's figures, can't hide the fact that the economy is still weak, experts say.
Unemployment in advanced economies will remain high until at least the end of 2013, with youth and the low-skilled hurt most by the weakest economic recovery in the past four decades, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said Tuesday.
China's double-digit growth rate during the financial crisis has been the envy of the world and most people agree that we may have seen the last of the country's miraculous growth. So yes, China's growth is slowing. However, it's too early to get all pessimistic.
The Beatles and Rolling Stones were inadvertently stepping into a vacuum ? the biggest rock star in the world, Elvis Presley, was inducted into the army in 1962.
Facebook, which is expected to claim one-seventh of humanity in its grasp next month, is trying to give LinkedIn a run for its money with a proposed entry into the job-recruiting market.
Asian markets fell Monday as investor sentiment turned negative with economic data from Japan and the U.S. indicating the faltering economic growth.
Cutting federal spending in 2012 could tip the U.S. economy back into a recession, just as it almost did in 1937. On the contrary, if the federal government spent more on infrastructure and public works projects now and in the immediate quarters ahead, it would create millions of jobs.
Asian stock markets face the week with sentiment leaning negative as economic news, particularly from China, is likely to disappoint investors.
Politico's headline jolts readers the moment they sign on to the site and read, Zombie Economy Threatens Obama. After all the zombie apocalypse hysteria our nation has been experiencing lately, the walking dead have even made their way -- metaphorically, of course -- into the economy.
Many high school graduates want to forego university altogether.
The pace of bankruptcy filings in the U.S. is slowing down to pre-recession levels, but don?t cheer just yet ?because hundreds of thousands of Americans might have been too broke to file for bankruptcy.
Although Friday's closely watched June jobs report missed expectations, analysts are looking on the bright side: Income and hours worked both rose and the country's job market is still growing, despite global turmoil.
Non-farm payrolls rose by a paltry 80,000 in June, while the unemployment rate remained stuck at 8.2 percent as the labor participation rate was unchanged at 63.8, the Labor Department said Friday. Economists polled by Thomson Reuters had called for a total gain of 90,000 jobs.
What does a summer estate in the French countryside have to do with a dilapidated slum on the outskirts of Paris? More than you'd think, as it turns out.
U.S. stock index futures point to a slightly lower open Friday as the interest rate cuts announced by central banks in Europe and China on Thursday failed to convince investors that the measures will be sufficient to rejuvenate the struggling global economy.
Consumers, spooked by months of sluggish hiring and a global slowdown, pulled back on spending in June, which took a toll on top U.S. retailers' sales.
President Obama and Mitt Romney are both campaigning on a promise to revitalize the economy, but a new poll of economists offers a gloomy forecast for the next presidential term no matter who is in the White House.
The number of Americans lining up for new jobless benefits last week had its biggest decline in two months, the Labor Department said Thursday, easing fear that the labor market recovery was stalling.
U.S. stock index futures point to a slightly lower opening Thursday ahead of a crucial European Central Bank meeting in Frankfurt where a cut in interest rates is likely to be announced.
Asian stock markets declined Thursday as market participants remained cautious ahead of the European Central Bank (ECB) and Bank of England's (BOE) policy decision meetings later in the day.
European markets fell Thursday as investors remained watchful ahead of a meeting of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt where the bank will take a decision on interest rates.
Oil prices remained near $87 a barrel during Asian trading hours Thursday as investors were awaiting the key monetary decisions from the European Central Bank (ECB) and Bank of England.
70 years ago Wednesday, one of the legendary fighter squadrons of World War II disbanded. A restaurant, of all things, remembers the heroic feats of the American pilots, but to find it you'll need to travel to a faraway part of China.
Asian stock markets mostly advanced Wednesday on hopes that major central banks around the world would act to tackle the deteriorating global economic conditions.
European markets fell Wednesday, but investors continued to expect that the central banks would coordinate to announce stimulus measures to regain the growth momentum.
On the whole, Poland has at least 40,000 illegal immigrants, with Vietnamese, Pakistanis and Ukrainians accounting for the bulk
Asian stock markets advanced Tuesday as weak economic reports from around the world boosted hopes for stimulus measures from major central banks globally.
The U.S. labor market has lost a step since spring and the trend of lackluster job growth will likely continue into June.
Crude oil futures advanced Tuesday on fears that growing tensions between Iran and the West may threaten crude supplies from the Middle East.
European markets rose Tuesday amid expectation that central banks around the world would coordinate to announce stimulus measures to rejuvenate the global economic growth.