Beijing and Washington spoke on November 1 of progress in talks aimed at settling a trade dispute that has bruised the global economy and repeatedly shaken financial markets, with U.S. officials saying a deal could be signed this month.
Whenever India has experienced near-zero or negative real interest rates, gold has done well
Regarding recession expectations, 38 percent of the panel think a recession is likely in the next 12 months, while 59 percent think it is unlikely. This is the highest recession probability since August 2009
Trends show that the 'recession' has become a much-searched word on Google in the recent times, with data reflecting a spike in search for the term in the month of August.
He feels countries across the globe would look to weaken their currencies to boost growth as it makes exports cheaper
The stage is set for a major storm in financial markets and economies around the world.
If the slowdown is a warning that India is in danger of being caught in a middle-income trap, where does that leave investors?
Roubini has said it is “a scary time for the global economy” even though the sentiment in stock markets does not reflect it.
A prolonged period of ultra-low interest rates gives rise to many distortions and could set the stage for the next financial crisis
The central bank, in December last year, raised interest rates by a quarter point, inciting chaos in the market as stocks plummeted through lows of the year and investors flocked to bonds
Here's a roundup of the key happenings in the commodities market, with a deep dive into some of the most active counters
What lessons have we learnt from that crisis which finished off a prominent financial organisation and wiped off $10 trillion from the markets in a matter of months?
Would India have faced the current crisis had there been no global financial crisis? Probably yes. But the crisis created a conducive environment by way of easy policies and abundant liquidity
Unlike the Great Depression, the 2008 recession might not have led to a new economic thinking; but the resurrection of older ideas, especially that of inequality, is quite a movement by itself
Robust economic growth expectations, lower real policy interest rate and relatively limited spread between US high bond yields and treasury temper any concern on inverted yield curve
Growth prospects look pretty strong, which is why the Fed is raising short-term interest rates, the two sanguine policymakers explained
The report came as President Donald Trump moved to reverse decisions by the previous administration to block the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. Trump also has pledged to open more areas up to exploration and production, which will cheer investors but would not necessarily help states' economic growth.
"When the reality of no stimulus catches up with the perception of stimulus plus the Fed tightening: that's the train wreck. Either we're going to have a recession or a stock market correction," James Rickards said.
A recession is defined as two consecutive quarters of on-year economic contraction, while a technical recession would be two quarters of quarterly contraction.
Mayuresh Joshi of Angel Broking says it is not all bad news and there are still opportunities to buy into the market. He says government's capital expenditure may soon see a rise. Companies which may be connected to such expenditure can be bought into.
There's a chilling trend in the market, and it could wreak havoc on your portfolio, a top market watcher said.
In the real estate market, fear is often used as a tool to drive the market sentiment and to influence the demand and supply matrix. For several years now, we have often heard that R
In the short-run there are always going to be things that concern you, but do not overdo them, says JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon in an interview to CNBC-TV18
Speaking to CNBC-TV18 Madhusudan Kela, Chief Investment Strategist, Reliance Capital, said that a small shift from bond to equity is keeping equity valuations elevated.