Imbalances have fallen but risks remain
Fell 15.6 percentage points
Kept rates unchanged
Global expansion has reached its tenth year
Catalan leader wants Madrid talks
After Sunday's independence vote
Nine in 10 voters want independence
Ahead of German election
Also downgrades US growth
We are late in the cycle
Populists gaining political momentum
Fed strives to be ‘ahead of the curve’
Pointers on bonds and equities
Inflationary pressures are building in the UK
How successful have low interest rates been so far?
Why Europe ex-UK may yet spring a surprise on investors
Global economic growth could be described as modest at best, so the implications of Greece defaulting on its debt and potentially exiting the EU don't bear thinking about, writes Peter Lowman...
Veteran investor Warren Buffett has said a Greek exit from the eurozone could be constructive for the region.
Why 2015 isn’t letting this strategist sleep easy
Left-wing anti-austerity party Syriza has secured a commanding election victory in Greece, setting the scene for a stand-off between the country and its creditors.
The global economy is set to grow slower this year and next, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
"Red warning lights" are once again flashing over the state of the global economy, the Prime Minister has said.
Britain's economy is cooling but will continue to be among the strongest in the developed world in the coming years, according to experts.
A slow recovery among nations using the euro is holding back the global economy, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has said.