The economy’s growth just got revised down from 2.6 to 2.2 percent, but the fundamentals are stronger than before. Except for the trade deficit.
For the first time ever, Germany sold 5-year bonds with negative interest rates. Yes, negative.
Higher wages might actually be bad news if it means discouraged workers are giving up for good.
Our exports are more expensive, which could sap demand — and lead to job cuts.
The accord averts a potentially catastrophic exit by Greece from the Euro zone, extending for four months the terms of a 2012 financial rescue that provided relief to Greece in exchange for a series of tough economic reforms.
The U.S. used to lead the world when it came to women in the workplace. Now it’s far behind.
Oil is rebounding, but not recovering. Its fundamentals are still weak.
The euro crisis repeats itself, first as tragedy, then as even more tragedy.
Italy’s economy has only grown 4 percent in the 16 years since the euro was created.
Falling oil prices have pushed inflation under 1 percent in the world’s five largest economies, which make up 60 percent of global GDP.