The recovery's pace picked up somewhat in April and May, sparking price pressures as businesses dealt with worker scarcity and rising costs.
At the Fed's April meeting, some officials signaled being open to discussing scaling back the central bank's bond purchases "at some point."
The advisory board for the U.K.'s new investment council will advise the government on attracting foreign investment.
Most Asia-Pacific investors expect a temporary inflation spike this year, but consultants urge allocations to ensure longer-term resilience.
Puerto Rico reached a proposed settlement with bondholders to restructure $18.8 billion in debt, part of an effort to exit from bankruptcy.
Whether governments and central banks can agree to simply cancel their sovereign debt will depend on the rules and specifics of the region.
Fixed-income executives are weighing in on a debate over whether governments and central banks should cancel the debt they've accumulated.
The global economic recovery will likely be subdued unless policymakers put investment-enhancing reforms in place.
The ECB's decision to increase its pandemic emergency purchase program to $2.21 trillion has been welcomed by money management executives.
The U.S. labor market rebound slowed in November, indicating the surge in COVID-19 cases is hitting workers and slowing recovery.
They were once America's corporate titans and beloved household names, but now they're increasingly looking like something else: zombies.
The labor market strengthened in October, defying forecasts for more subdued gains amid an intensifying pandemic and congressional inaction.
Abenomics has friends and foes but as the longtime prime minister bows out, investors are hoping his policies outlast him.
Kuwait is struggling to make ends meet as a decline in energy prices raises questions over how Persian Gulf states are run.
Although Shinzo Abe resigned over health problems, few are anticipating drastic changes from the next Japanese prime minister.
Japan posted a record economic contraction in the second quarter, with recovery prospects now hinging on quickly reining in new infections.
Argentina's bonds jumped to the highest this year after it struck a deal with its top creditors to restructure $65 billion of debt.
The U.S. economy recorded one its sharpest downturns in the second quarter, highlighting COVID-19's toll on businesses and workers.
The rebound in the U.S. labor market accelerated in June as the economy reopened, though filings for jobless benefits remained elevated.
The U.S. labor market unexpectedly rebounded in May, signaling the economy is picking up faster than thought after the coronavirus outbreak.
The leaders of the Treasury Department and Federal Reserve said they're working hard to get money from the CARES Act in the right hands.
Germany and France agreed to back a plan for a $543 billion recovery fund to help the EU weather the worst recession in living memory.
The odds of U.S. Treasuries joining Japanese, German and other sovereign bonds in negative territory, while low, have increased.
In the harshest downturn for workers in U.S. history, employers cut 20.5 million jobs in April and the unemployment rate more than tripled.
Each day of the lockdown is costing the U.K. economy $2.9 billion, a reduction in economic output of 31%.