July’s employment report is widely expected to show firm job growth of 190,000. However, wage growth is also expected to be lackluster at about the same pace as during the last quarter. […]
US manufacturing activity slowed down in July amid the signs that a robust economy and import tariffs were dragging down on the supply chain, which could damage production in the long term. […]
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-In have agreed to finally end a 7-decade war this year, and push for “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. After […]
German exports declined suddenly in February, posting their biggest monthly drop in 2-1/2 years and narrowing the trade surplus, in a further sign that growth in Europe’s biggest economy could have reached […]
A score not equal or exceeding 50 indicates negativity among households in the United Kingdom, and the aforementioned score suggested that pessimism is easing towards finances in the coming 12 months.
The Japanese government keeps a positive view on the economic expansion of Japan, as it enters its 57th month of continuous growth in August, matching the Izanagi Boom, which is so far […]