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If you have been hoping that formal recession calls due to the coronavirus would not be coming, the time for that hope has ended.
Germany, the largest economy in Europe and the fourth largest in the world, is in deep trouble, and the big economic engines are sputtering all over the world.
Here is another sign of how close Europe's overall economy is to contraction and how perilous the global expansion is going into the end of 2019.
Markit has released its final data for the services section PMI across the eurozone. It covers the month of August. While growth is sluggish, the figure has not dropped below the critical number of...
Research firm Markit has posted its monthly PMI for the eurozone. A slowing world economy was reflected in the numbers.
In a sign that Europe has been bitten by trade tensions and a slowing of the economy in several nations, new data shows that its manufacturing sector continues to shrink.
Ford's first-quarter sales were lower in both Europe and China according to the company's latest reports.
A French newspaper reported this morning that European aircraft maker Airbus was being investigated by the U.S. Justice Department for possible illegal payments to government customers around the...
Tesla may have difficulty meeting its shipment target for Norway, the company's third-largest market, due to difficulties with transporting cars by truck from their receiving ports.
Eurozone GDP rose more than 2% in the fourth quarter, meaning that the growth of the once deeply recession-plagued economy has caught up to the U.S. expansion rate.
JPMorgan elevates two potential successors to James Dimon, Walmart asks suppliers to deliver on time or face fines, job growth worldwide has not helped improve wages, and other important headlines.
Eurozone GDP rose in the third quarter, Disney CEO Robert Iger will probably renew his contract, GM will upgrade its pickups, and more important headlines.
There have been costs associated with the recent Brexit vote that are already weighing on the United Kingdom. These costs may weigh on the nation for some time.
If a report from UBS proves to be true, U.S. investors are going to be surprised to learn that the big public companies in Europe are set to outpace the growth of U.S. corporate profits in 2017 as a...
This has been a strong year for the broader equity markets, but that hasn't necessarily translated into big stock gains for some of the European banks.