The annual Jackson Hole Economics Symposium in Wyoming kicks off today — a yearly event, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, to discuss important global economic issues.
The Bank of England’s Super Thursday meeting takes place today.
When the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU) in June last year, the pound fell dramatically.
US, Russia, and China have been named as the top three most powerful countries in the world.
Recent state elections in India have seen Bharatiya Janta party (BJP), the party of prime minister Narendra Modi, win control and put Modi on track for re-election in two years.
Forget the BRICs, the G7 or even the E7 countries – if you want to grow your business it’s all about the mid-size emerging economies: Columbia, Poland and Vietnam.
Back in November 2016, India’s prime minister Narendra Modi introduced a demonetisation policy in an attempt to crackdown on corruption and counterfeit currency.
iPhone maker Apple will be reporting its fourth quarter and full year results today after the US markets close at around 10pm London time.
The UK economy grew by 0.6 percent in the last three months of 2016, coming in ahead of expectations and wrong-footing expectations that June’s shock vote to quit the European Union would drag on growth.
Global trade has boomed in the last few years and for many countries it is expected to continue to climb.