South Africa’s inflation rate fell to a seven-year low in March, making a stronger case for the central bank to consider an

Some of the UK’s biggest stock market-listed companies including the oil giant BP, the housebuilder Persimmon and the travel firm Tui

Average wage growth in the UK in the three months to the end of February surpassed inflation for the first time in over a year,

Fears that the world’s two biggest economies, the US and China, are heading toward a trade war are set to dominate discussions at this

China’s Commerce Ministry announced Tuesday that it will impose provisional anti-dumping measures on sorghum grain imported from

Italian multinational oil and gas company Eni said Tuesday it has signed a series of agreements with Algerian state hydrocarbon

The odds of a severe economic downturn are higher when a growing portion of credit flows to riskier firms, according to a new

Water tariffs globally will need to increase 5.9 percent each year in order to generate the $449 billion of annual investment required

Advances in technology and huge shifts in the way society functions mean that the way central banks operate will fundamentally change

World Bank has projected Kenya’s GDP growth to recover 5.5% in 2018 up from an estimated 4.8 percent in 2017. Over the medium