The US Senate overwhelmingly approves President Trump's nominee for the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell.
The World Economic Forum opens with a warning that global economic growth is picking up, but too many people are being left out.
Charity gives Davos elite food for thought: 82 percent of the wealth created over the past year went to the richest 1 percent of the world's population.
The IMF has said that the global upswing in economic activity is strengthening despite issues in US and UK
Chinese plans for a New Silk Road were a major topic for discussion at the Crans Montana Forum in Barcelona
The Astana Economic Forum is an opportunity for international dialogue, discussion and brainstorming on a range of economic issues facing Central Asia and the rest of the…
‘New Energy – New Economy’ was the theme of this year’s Astana Economic Forum, which brings together world leaders in the fields of economics, politics and…
Climate change, the US, Brexit and Europe were all up for discussion when euronews interviewed Angel Gurria, Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development…
More than 50 world industry organisations have urged the Chinese government to delay enforcement of the country’s first cybersecurity law in a letter sent Monday, May…
Universal income is it one for the future?
Business Line looks at economic forecasts for the world and for Europe, seeing how forecasters are reexamining their perspectives and perceptions.
International Monetary Fund's Christine Lagarde says Trump's policies likely good for US economy in the short term but repercussions for global trade.
The market rally is already running out of steam, and Trump’s honeymoon with investors might be coming to an end. There are several reasons for this.
Where to next for the world? Euronews looks at what 2017 is set to bring geopolitically and economically - in this special show from the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The change of administration at the White House has led to speculation about the possible lifting of US sanctions against Russia over its incursion into Crimea.
Participants in the the World Economic Forum tell Euronews what Donald Trump does is critical for the US and the, by extension, the global economy.
Business Line checks out how the participants in the World Economic Forum are coping with a radically different political landscape.
World leaders, CEOs and NGO chiefs are at the World Economic Forum in Davos, considering responses to a rapidly changing political and economic world.
Having risen in value in 2016 by 125 percent, the digital currency started 2017 by jumping above $1,000 for the first time in three years.
In Business Line we look at president-elect Donald Trump's rhetoric on the economy and trade to see what it might mean for the US and the world.
Oil prices jumped on Tuesday on expectations that OPEC may be nearing an agreement to reduce a huge supply glut.
No Brexit wipe out
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has backed the IMF's warnings about the risks to the banking system from "ultra-loose" monetary policy.
Business Line explores the OECD's warning that the global economy is in a 'low growth trap' and Tehran wants foreign social media to move its citizens' data onto servers inside Iran.
After a two-day summit in central Japan, the Group of Seven industrial powers pledged on Friday to seek strong global growth.
Euronews correspondent James Franey reports from Ise-Shima, where Group of Seven (G7) leaders have voiced concern about emerging economies at the summit in…