A slowdown in non-farm payrolls means the Federal Reserve is likely to wait until September before hiking interest rates.
With the Federal Reserve in the process of normalising interest rates, many investors question what the path of the US dollar will be over the remainder of the year.
This month's infographic focuses on the unintended consequences of negative interest rates, slowing global growth and the reform journeys being undertaken by countries within emerging markets.
A recession and interest rate rises not ruled out in Brexit scenarios as sterling is expected to fall sharply.
The Bank of Japan’s regular policy meeting ended in Tokyo on Thursday with the policy committee deciding to take no action.
The US Federal Reserve (Fed) kept interest rates unchanged between 0.25% and 0.5% for the fourth consecutive month, but how much longer can the Fed hold off raising rates?
The bond market’s response to the European Central Bank’s (ECB) latest easing measures was immediate and broadly positive, but the implications for the real economy are harder to gauge.
Mario Draghi succeeded in surprising markets with his latest salvo, but needs the support of governments and fiscal policy to win this fight.
Economic and Strategy Viewpoint
In this month's Viewpoint we update our global growth forecasts, look at Europe which has become a source of comfort in an uncertain world, and ask whether emerging markets have reached their nadir?