Trade tensions are the “greatest near-term threat to global growth,” according to the July 2018 World Economic Outlook Report by the IMF.
Following a series of deadly protests over fuel prices, the International Monetary Fund has agreed to restructure conditions imposed on the Haitian government.
Russian President Vladimir Putin extended Moscow's embargo on food products from the West to the end of 2019, continuing its retaliation against sanctions over Ukraine.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would back talks on lowering E.U. automobile tariffs on U.S. car imports, but underscored that such negotiations could only be carried out with all…
U.S. crude oil prices rose above $75 per barrel on Tuesday morning for the first time since 2014 before dropping again unexpectedly in later trading.
Chinese President Xi Jinping lambasted "protectionism, isolationism and populism" and vowed to open up Asia's largest economy, as Beijing faces an escalating trade dispute with the US.
Around 2,000 protesters gathered close to the prime minister's office in central Amman, Jordan, hours after Premier Hani Mulki stepped down on Monday.
The dramatic diplomatic thaw on the Korean peninsula is sparking an unexpected economic windfall on the Chinese border, where property prices are skyrocketing.
Political consensuses come and go. That is the nature of politics. But some deserve longer shelf lives than others, and "austerity" is one of them.
China's economy will improve this year but slow slightly in 2018 with government investment seen easing as leaders look to recalibrate the growth dynamic.
Two of France's biggest workers' unions are staging nationwide protests against President Emmanuel Macron and his economic reforms for a fourth day.