Sharp cost-cutting may not be enough to for companies to escape damage – it's about knowing where to cut costs
Jyske Bank, Denmark's third-largest bank, said this week that customers would now be able to take out a 10-year fixed-rate mortgage with an interest rate of -0.5%.
The current focus on individual advancement and success, rather than shared prosperity, is destroying our planet.
Japan’s common-sense approach to foreign policy offers a valuable example for countries who want to stay relevant in a low-growth world, argues Alexis Crowe of the Atlantic Council ...
The growth outlook for almost 90% of more than 45 economies polled by Reuters was either downgraded or left unchanged, revealing increasing pessimism.
What are the chances of China turning the next three decades into a narrative as powerful as its story since 1978?
The IMF cut its global growth forecast in its latest World Economic Outlook. Here’s a glimpse at what’s going on.
Switzerland has been named the world’s most innovative economy for the ninth year in a row.
With the entire world's economy at a brink, the recovery of poorer countries has become less likely.
It seems as though the world is facing an increasingly polarised choice between closed-market nationalism and anti-prosperity socialism - which is why it's time to make the case for capi...
As the use of robots increases, higher education and training need to be offered to employees to better prepare them for change in labour markets.
New research looks at economic growth in Europe from 2003 to 2015, looks at overall performance and then benchmarked against potential.
Outbound Chinese tourists spent nearly a quarter of a trillion US dollars in 2017 - around a fifth of the global total.
By harnessing the 'Fukuoka spirit' of openness, policymakers can help remove the stumbling blocks and set the global economy on a more durable and inclusive path.
An innovative study conducted by an MIT political scientist has looks at more than 3 decades of opinions in Europe.