While progress continues to be made in upgrading China's economic statistics, weaknesses remain in key areas
Herbert Stepic, the CEO of RBI and architect of the bank's expansion in Central and Eastern Europe, offered to step down as an inquiry is under way
The economist who warned that Wall Street stocks were overvalued just before the dotcom crash says Japanese stocks are better placed than other markets
Shocked by Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's ambiguity over quantitative easing, global markets were also hit by bad Chinese factory data showing a weaker outlook
The one thing that has sent European companies' valuations higher despite the eurozone crisis has been China, an expert tells Emerging Markets
In a world of low interest rates, central banks might have to promote the humble word to the rank of policy instrument
Participants in the G20 meeting in September will receive proposals to kick-start a special fund for budding infrastructure projects, according to the head of a special task force
Debt levels are still too high and some are rising again. Equities and bonds sell at dangerously high prices. The conditions required for another crisis are with us.
Andrew Smithers, Economist
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