New ECB Chief Urges Domestic Demand Push
While “all advanced economies are facing a growth challenge, the euro area has been slower to embrace innovation," Christine Lagarde says.
IMF Sees Global Economic Upswing
However, its projection for economic growth in the United States this year remains modest, at 2.2%.
IMF Trims 2015 World Growth Forecast
The IMF forecasts lower annual global growth in 2015 largely due to the impact of weaker first-quarter growth in advanced economies.
The High Cost of Falling Prices
Low or negative inflation is spreading around the world. That is more of a worry than it sounds.
Risks to Outlook ‘Tilted to the Downside’: World Bank
Once again, the World Bank chops some basis points off global economic growth projections, describing the euro zone and Japan as "sputtering."
ECB Balks at Immediate Stimulus for Sluggish Euro Zone
The European Central Bank cut growth and inflation forecasts for 2015 and 2016, saying it would reassess the need for policy measures early next year.
Germany Rebounds in Q3 But France and Italy Wobble
Despite the robust growth shown by Europe's largest economy last quarter, the euro zone remains plagued by anemic demand .