U.S. president Trump canceled his trip to the annual gathering of global financial elites because of the government shutdown.
Italy Keeps Europe on a Downer Amid Recession Scare for Germany
Europe's Economy Takes Another Hit From French Production
BIS Tells Recession Hunters It Can Top the Yield Curve Indicator
French Exacerbates Euro-Area Slowdown as 2018 Draws to a Close
The warnings come a week before the Federal Reserve announces its next policy decision.
ECB Will Reinvest Maturing QE Bonds Over a Year in Revised Plan
European Central Bank officials have gone silent on monetary policy after weeks of holding their nerve in the face of slow growth.
Britain’s housing slowdown continued to worsen through the fourth quarter, with price growth cooling to the least in six years.
Italian Manufacturing Downturn Deepens With Second Contraction
Carney is often dismissed for being overly gloomy on the U.K.’s prospects by anti-EU politicians.
A manufacturing gauge in Japan dropped to the lowest since early 2016, and business confidence in Germany fell for a third month.
Leaving the EU to Cost U.K. $128 Billion, Anti-Brexit Group Says
Euro-Area Economy Cools More Than Forecast as Exports Disappoint
BOE Governor Carney Fulfills Promise by Becoming U.K. Citizen
Carney to Weigh In on Brexit as Politicians Debate May’s Deal
Monetary policy outlook and interest rates will depend on how Brexit affects supply and demand and the currency in coming months.
Brexit continues to be a risk that’s constantly cited by companies as the March 2019 exit date moves ever closer.
Japan, German Contractions Open Cracks in Global Economy
Finance Minister Tria reiterated that the government is committed to maintaining its “maximum deficit” target at 2.4 percent.
German Exports Unexpectedly Drop; Trade Gap Widest Since June