Market turmoil is making the Fed’s September decision a lot more complicated than it seemed a month ago.
China’s retail investors are “once bitten, twice shy,” and Beijing must convince them once again that it can keep the bears at bay.
A timeline of the rise, fall, and government interventions to save China’s equity markets.
Even though the Maduro government has stopped posting official statistics, it’s no secret that the economic situation in the Bolivarian Republic is going from bad to worse.
Will China’s surprise devaluation kick off a global ‘race to the bottom’ among the currencies of major exporters?
The latest data out of Russia points to more economic pain over the short-term.
State authorities in China seem to have reached a delicate equilibrium in stemming the decline of equities, though some are worried that the intervention will have its own separate cost.
While the world’s attention has been firmly fixed on Greece’s debt crisis and the “Grexit” threat, there is trouble brewing much closer to home.
France has posted some encouraging GDP growth numbers in 2015 so far, but high debt levels and some uncompetitive sectors leave it vulnerable in the event of another global economic downturn.
All eyes will be on Canada central bank governor Stephen Poloz on Wednesday as he grapples with the riddle of post-2009 monetary policy: To cut or not to cut?