LONDON The coming week will provide clues on whether the global economy is escaping from its lackluster growth rut, amid growing concerns of another downturn which central banks have few tools left to fight.
A major clampdown on tax dodging by global corporations is to be introduced by Britain over the next year as a result of a deal forged by the world's 20 wealthiest nations.
The IMF today warned that a sharp economic slowdown in China would hit not only the world's second largest economy but the rest of Asia-Pacific region hard.
Miners have been propelled to their biggest gains for six years as Glencore slashed zinc production by a third and the bond giant Pimco called the end of the rout in global commodity prices.
(RTTNews.com) - Following the rally seen late in the previous session, stocks saw some further upside during trading on Friday. While buying interest was somewhat subdued on the day, the Dow and the S&P 500 reached their best closing levels in over a ...