Top economics news stories: Regulators monitor crypto and war in Ukraine; IMF warns of lower global growth; Three future challenges for the global economy.
Economic sanctions have been used as a tool of war for centuries. Their main objective is to deter bad behaviour and enforce behavioural change in targeted states.
Top economics news stories: US Fed raises interest rates; Investors signal concern in new survey; Countries continue response to rising inflation.
Top economics news stories: IMF warning on impact of Ukraine war on global economy; US bans Russian energy imports; Wheat futures hit an all-time high.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine inflated oil prices even further to well over $110 per barrel. We outline the impact on oil prices and the energy transition.
Economies are bouncing back post-COVID, but so is inflation. UBS Chief Economist Paul Donovan explains what inflation is and predicts what will happen.
What affects oil prices and how do fluctuations impact the wider economy? We discuss rising inflation, post-pandemic recovery and the energy transition.
ASEAN is on track to become the world's fourth-largest economy – but public-private cooperation is essential to realize a sustainable and resilient future.
Inflation has risen in many emerging and developed economies. Levels remain lower in Asia than in many regions, but high shipping costs could change that.
A new survey of British firms suggests that confidence for the coming months is dipping with many reporting significant labour shortages.
From COVID-19 to climate change to global economics, we took the biggest headlines of 2021 and tried to make them easier to understand.
2020 saw the largest one-year debt surge since World War II as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and a deep recession.
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the sum of the value of all goods and services produced in a country each year. Is it time to rethink it for a new era?
European economist Marco Buti retraces the analytical underpinnings of the economic policy responses to COVID-19 and the global financial crisis.
‘Secondary emerging’ economies lead the way in Times Higher Education (THE) Emerging Economies Universities Rankings 2022.