CNBC by Matthew J. Belvedere
In the continued absence of inflationary pressures in the economy, the Federal Reserve should be in no rush to increase interest rates for the first time in nine years, former Clinton Treasury Secretary, Larry Summers, ... view full article >>
CNBC by Jenny Cosgrave
The plunge in oil prices since summer of last year has hit the economies of major exporters all over the world, with even the government finances of the robust oil producing Gulf states proving no exception.
Lower oil rev... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Michelle Jamrisko
Job openings in the U.S. retreated in August to the second-highest level on record, indicating employment gains will remain steady.
The number of positions waiting to be filled dropped to 5.37 million, sec... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Luke Kawa
Back-to-back months of employment growth that came in far below economists' expectations would seemingly belie the notion that the U.S. economy is firing on all cylinders.
But the recent job numbers paint the pict... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Jeanna Smialek
The U.S. economy grew modestly with little inflation pressure from mid-August to early October as a strong dollar weighed on manufacturing and tourism, a Federal Reserve report showed.
Six of the 12 Fed districts cal... view full article >>
CNBC by Holly Ellyatt
Global oil demand growth is expected to slow in 2016 from a five-year high in 2015, according to the International Energy Agency's (IEA) latest report, but no one seems to have told the Organization of Pet... view full article >>