The mood at Davos was the gloomiest since 2009. The war in Ukraine, surging inflation, tightening monetary policies, dismal markets, crypto unravelling, and a long economic hangover from ...
The stability of the global economy is under threat yet again. We must strengthen the international community’s collaboration and communication to produce impactful results effectively.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine signals the emergence of new era of geopolitics with heightened fears over security, economics, energy, and ideological interests.
The Global Economic Outlook panel discussion opened with the question on everyone’s lips: are we heading for a global recession and if so how concerned should we be?
From peace in Ukraine to fiscal policy supporting the vulnerable, the IMF's head, Kristalina Georgieva, has outlined urgent steps to avoid global recession.
Globalization’s evolution could see greater international integration or fragmentation in politics and the digital sphere. A report explores 4 scenarios.
The world is facing many challenges which threaten to destabilize decades of globalization. We asked leaders what they considered to be the key priorities to adapt to changing global forces.
Essential reading ahead of discussions at Davos 2022 - where leaders will come together to find global solutions to address unprecedented global challenges.
Top economy stories: just 8% of insurers 'preparing adequately' for climate change; UK inflation hits highest level on record; World Bank to make $30 billion available to tackle food secu...
The Forum asked experts about issues meriting the most attention at Davos 2022 meeting. High on the list: war, COVID-19, and shifting global influence.
Davos 2022 will see nearly 2,500 leaders from politics, business, civil society and media participate in the World Economic Forum annual meeting 2022 at Davos.
Global debt hit a record $303 trillion in 2021 and is at dangerously high levels, the IMF and World Bank warn. What exactly is it and why does it matter?
Top economy stories: crypto assets shed $800 billion in market value in one month; US inflation higher than expected in April; French economy set to grow just 0.2% this quarter.
Top economy stories: US raises interest rates by most in 22 years; Turkey's high inflation rate likely to climb further; China's services activity falls.
Ukraine, inflation and the risk of future pandemics are among the issues set to dominate the global agenda in the next 12-24 months, says expert Adam Tooze.