China has rejected an attempt to reach a compromise on cutting global steel capacity, at an OECD meeting in Brussels

OECD fails to address global steel glut

China has rejected an attempt to reach a compromise on cutting global steel capacity, at an OECD meeting in Brussels

China has seen slowed growth in 2016, but progress remains inline with state targets. Key indicators also suggest the economy is strengthening

China’s Q1 GDP growth slows to 6.7 percent

China has seen slowed growth in 2016, but progress remains inline with state targets. Key indicators also suggest the economy is strengthening

Exports volumes for China grew by a year-on-year rate of 11.5 percent, suggesting its economy may be strengthening

China’s export figures return to growth

Exports volumes for China grew by a year-on-year rate of 11.5 percent, suggesting its economy may be strengthening

Jacob Lew sets out the case for the US’ continued role in economic leadership through global engagement

US Treasury Secretary calls for IMF reform

Jacob Lew sets out the case for the US’ continued role in economic leadership through global engagement

The Italian financial industry comes together to prop up weak banks and boost confidence through a multi-billion euro rescue fund

Italy unveils €5bn rescue fund

The Italian financial industry comes together to prop up weak banks and boost confidence through a multi-billion euro rescue fund

Global Review: worldwide competitiveness

Countries around the world have been pitted against each other to rank their global competitiveness. Rankings are measured through unemployment rates, economic growth, energy prices and currency changes

IMF defends negative policy rates in spite of slow growth risks

IMF speaks out in support for negative interest rates

IMF defends negative policy rates in spite of slow growth risks

New minutes from the latest Federal Open Market Committee meeting show that the condition of the global economy remains a key concern for the Fed

Fed still reluctant to raise rates

New minutes from the latest Federal Open Market Committee meeting show that the condition of the global economy remains a key concern for the Fed

The Chinese economy’s 11-month slump could be over, as manufacturing activity begins to pick up once more

China business activity picks up

The Chinese economy’s 11-month slump could be over, as manufacturing activity begins to pick up once more

Pfizer pulls out of the Allergan acquisition in light of US drive to stop tax inversion

Pfizer Allergan merger is off

Pfizer pulls out of the Allergan acquisition in light of US drive to stop tax inversion

Latest figures show a decline in US factory orders, dashing hopes of an upcoming manufacturing uptick

US manufacturing fails to pick up the pace

Latest figures show a decline in US factory orders, dashing hopes of an upcoming manufacturing uptick

A fall in inflation has prompted the Reserve Bank of India to cut its key interest rate for the first time since September

India interest rates at five-year low

A fall in inflation has prompted the Reserve Bank of India to cut its key interest rate for the first time since September

Restructuring and 2015 losses lose Deutsche Bank its title as the third biggest investment bank in the world

Deutsche Bank loses No.3 spot

Restructuring and 2015 losses lose Deutsche Bank its title as the third biggest investment bank in the world

Leaked documents from a specialist offshore tax haven law firm have named dozens of leading world figures as clients

Panama Papers leaked

Leaked documents from a specialist offshore tax haven law firm have named dozens of leading world figures as clients

The first quarter of 2016 saw a significant increase in job cuts in the US’ energy sector

US energy sector sees increase in job cuts

The first quarter of 2016 saw a significant increase in job cuts in the US’ energy sector

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