Economy: Page 567
Tuesday December 8, 2015 1:52AM ET
The United States is expected to become the most competitive manufacturing nation over the next five years, with the current leader China sliding into second positio.
Tuesday December 8, 2015 1:25AM ET
Corporate tax revenues have been falling across OECD countries since the global economic crisis, putting greater pressure on individual taxpayers.
Monday December 7, 2015 8:50AM ET
According to the Labor Department, non-farm payrolls in November rose by 211,000 compared with October's upwardly revised 298,000 gain.
Monday December 7, 2015 7:58AM ET
U.S. exports dropped sharply in October, as companies faced the headwind from a stronger greenback with volatility in energy prices also playing a hand.
Monday December 7, 2015 7:10AM ET
The German economy is currently following a growth path that is primarily underpinned by domestic demand.
Monday December 7, 2015 4:15AM ET
The Singapore economy recouped some of the momentum lost in Q2 and expanded mildly in Q3 2015.
Monday December 7, 2015 2:32AM ET
Lending dynamics in the SME segment in Hungary improved further in the third quarter of 2015, thus loans outstanding increased by 3.5 percent in annual terms.
Monday December 7, 2015 1:52AM ET
The falling oil prices will have an adverse effect on Kuwait’s fiscal and current account results and economic growth this year.
Monday December 7, 2015 1:20AM ET
The release of this document once every three years is stipulated by the Federal Law "On the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)".
Saturday December 5, 2015 4:58AM ET
Investment by South Korean financial institutions into foreign securities reduced for the first time in two years due to a fall in global stock prices, central bank data showed.
Saturday December 5, 2015 3:22AM ET
Moody's Investors Service says that its stable outlook for the power sector in Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) is underpinned by steady demand, low input costs for most countries and transparent tariff mechanisms for some countries.
Saturday December 5, 2015 3:00AM ET
The global commodity downturn is exceptionally severe in its depth and breadth and is expected to be a substantial factor driving the number of defaults higher on a global basis in 2016, says Moody's Investors Service.