Having recovered their composure after a tumultuous start to 2016, investors are now looking for a new catalyst, but what will it be and where next for markets?
The robust labour market has long been a plus point for the US economy. The likelihood of a rate hike in the coming months now rests on improvements in manufacturing – which may be turning a corner – and consumption.
This month's infographic focuses on the downward growth trend across the global economy, why Europe might provide a safe haven in an uncertain world, and investigates whether a nadir has been reached in the BRIC economies.
A postcard from… Latin America: A week of meetings with policymakers, politicians and the private sector in Brazil and Argentina has made for a stark comparison of two countries arguably at different stages on the same path.
In his Budget announced on Wednesday 16 March, UK Chancellor George Osborne chose to focus on small tax breaks, reforms and micro spending announcements, while glossing over the extra austerity planned.
Mario Draghi succeeded in surprising markets with his latest salvo, but needs the support of governments and fiscal policy to win this fight.
In the final part of our China series, we look at what is in store for the country as it seeks a transition to a consumption-led economy. Can China find new drivers of growth?