U.S. stocks swung on Tuesday ahead of Fed statement. While Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan warned that similar to Europe and Japan, stimulus program may not be effective to stimulate growth.
Treasure Department published monthly budget report on Thursday. This year a 0.1% increase is reported from last year. This full-year's deficit is forecasted to be much higher than 2015.
China has decided to implement its stringent anti-pollution efforts despite slowing down of economy. China is propelling up economy growth without compromising on environment protection.
Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said to begin review on Greece debt soon. The group will renew talk after Greek government continue its reform plan.
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne face a hurdle in fulfilling his last year's ambition. In to eliminate budget deficit. Brexit issue and economic slowdown has decimated his plan.
Uber Breathalysers or also known as 'Alco Booth' are being installed in Mumbai pubs and clubs. This is a move from the Mumbai police and Uber to lessen the crime and accident rate due to drunk driving. If the drinker reached the allowable limit, Uber will book him a ride home.
Egyptian-Chinese industrial zone in Ain Sokhna may attract $5 billion investments. About 100 companies are expected to set up their operations in the zone paving the way for creation of employment opportunities for about 30,000 people.
John Longworth, director general of British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) announced his resignation on Sunday. He was suspended before for publicly showing his support of Britain to exit European Union.
The Zimbabwe government will now take control all of the mining fields in the country as the state is being robbed of its wealth. Billions of dollars have been stolen from the nation's treasure chest because of smuggling and swinding according to President Mugabe.
The world-biggest asset management firm, BlackRock Inc warned that withdrawal from EU will damage financial sector in the UK. The nation will face higher unemployment and inflation if Brexit's decision is taken.
China has decided to layoff millions of workers from 'zombie enterprises' in the next two to three years. For relocating retrenched workers, the government will spend Yuan 100 billion ($15.27 billion). China's economy is suffering from industrial overcapacity and pollution levels.
Puerto Rico, the island territory of U.S. is in the crisis due to its surmounting debt. Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla repeated the island's debt will lead to moratorium.
India is about to fund $3.56 billion of capital to govrnment-run lenders because of bad and restricted loans. Banks felt relief as the government is ready to help them when they need the capital.
With the release of the yearly budget many are hopeful that their lives will change for the better especially for those who live in the rural areas. The allocated budget focuses mainly on the agrarian sector, health and social and infrastructures that could help alleviate sufferings and give comfort for the less fortunate.
Greece recalled its ambassador from Austria, following Austria's decision to close its border for migrant. While majority of people are not satisfied with government's way in handling economic crisis.