The global economy will fizzle into a decade of sluggish growth in the 2020s as the current upswing fades and a slowdown in population

Economic inequality could soon get much worse than economists originally thought, according to new research on the return rate of

European shares are doing their bit, having hit their highest level since August 2015 Monday morning, after Asia rallied to

Asian shares slipped Friday on uncertainty about U.S. tax reforms after Senate Republicans unveiled a plan that differed from the

Asian stocks inched up to near decade highs Thursday continuing to ride on a global equities rally while the dollar resumed its rise

The U.S. dollar won a reprieve from risk aversion on Monday after North Korean Kim Jong Un held a party over the weekend rather than

President Xi Jinping of China has described emerging economies as the “main engine of global growth”, as economic indicators portrayed

Despite social media platform, Instagram’s alerting verified users last week that it had fixed a security flaw that could give hackers

Major global market indices rose at the close of business Friday helped by big acquisition announcements and a landmark new cancer

Headwinds stacked up for global markets on Tuesday, with stocks slumping across Europe and Asia and havens including gold jumping