International Monetary Fund keeps global growth forecasts unchanged in its latest economic outlook, raises US forecast on Trump spending and tax plans
Just released statistics show industrial output in the eurozone rose by more than expected in November, pointing to an economic spurt in the region.
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Eurozone manufacturing in December expanded at the fastest pace in more than five and a half years and orders rose, even as companies raised prices.
The US economy is even more buoyant than initially thought, according to the latest official figures for the third quarter (Q3) of this year.
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The eurozone is recovering at a “moderate to steady pace and unemployment is falling” according to the European Central Bank’s president.
Greece's economy expanded by a better-than-expected 0.5 percent from the previous three month period between July and September.
Japan's economic growth was stronger than expected in Q3 but the election of Donald Trump is casting uncertainty over its export prospects.
UK economic growth slowed only slightly in the three months after the Brexit vote, reducing the likelihood the Bank of England will cut rates further.
China's economy is stabilising the Q3 stats show though growth is increasingly dependent on higher government spending and a red-hot property market.
Inflation in Britain jumped in September, and it was mostly more expensive clothes and costlier fuel which pushed it up, rather than the weaker pound.
A new survey finds British consumers were at their most confident in five years in September, though not in London which mostly voted against Brexit.
The latest UK business surveys seem to show the economy losing steam with company bosses lacking confidence about investment and hiring workers.
US employers hired 156,000 people in September against a forecast of 175,000.
Eurozone business growth fell in September to the weakest in 21 months, with companies concerned about the economic outlook and political uncertainty.
The International Monetary Fund has warned further economic stagnation will fuel more populist sentiment against trade and immigration.
Manufacturing in the eurozone picked up in September but the upturn was very uneven and centred on Germany, the Netherlands and Austria.
Eurozone business activity expanded in September at its weakest rate since the start of 2015.