A 15th monthly fall in a row for an index tracking US business cycles indicates that the world's largest economy may already be in recession.
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Bond investors are increasingly betting on central banks taking policy tightening too far and tipping their economies into recession.
The US economy grew more than previously estimated in the first quarter and more recent indicators show that the economic resilience is holding up. This is raising expectations the Federa...
With many employers pondering what benefits will attract young talent, Gen Z job hunters are clear about one thing they are looking for – care for the environment.
Investors are raising bets for a UK recession after the Bank of England (BoE) lifted interest rates more than expected this week.
The world's major central banks are still doubling down on inflation and will continue to hike interest rates, raising the risk of throttling economic growth, Reuters reports.
Los legisladores estadounidenses evitaron una crisis al suspender el techo de deuda del país la semana pasada, salvando al país de quedarse sin dinero para pagar sus facturas.
US lawmakers averted a crisis by suspending the country’s debt ceiling last week, saving the country from running out of money to pay its bills.
The US economy grew more than previously reported in the first quarter thanks to stronger consumer spending, while revised estimates from Germany show lower household spending tipped Euro...
US President Joe Biden and House of Representatives Speaker Kevin McCarthy, the top Republican in Washington, hope to finalize a deal on the debt ceiling after Biden returns from the Grou...
Weak first-quarter economic growth data from the US and Eurozone is complicating the task facing the regions' central banks as they look to tame inflation without throttling the economy.
The US Federal Reserve will deliver a final 25-basis-point interest rate increase in May and then hold rates steady for the rest of 2023, according to a Reuters poll of economists. The po...