BENGALURU/LONDON The coronavirus pandemic is more likely to leave a legacy of weak or falling prices for goods and services than to trigger higher global inflation, according to a majority of over 160 economists polled by Reuters.
LONDON Two weeks into the coronavirus lockdown and Sergei Holmeckis, a boss at Deutsche Telekom's Czech operations in the city of Brno, was frustrated with staff video calls. His team didn't like turning on their cameras and the discussion was stilted.
LONDON Michael Clark of Amy's Housewares has one big fear as its London stores prepare to reopen on June 15 along with other retailers around Britain: "Customers not spending, having no trust in the economy."
LONDON Some countries are again allowing non-contact sports like tennis, as long as players and venues stick to strict guidelines aimed at minimizing health risks. | Video
LONDON A substantial majority of people around the world want their governments to prioritise saving lives over moves to restart economies being hammered by measures aimed at halting the spread of the new coronavirus, a global survey found. | Video
LONDON It is time to see whether a few zeros should be knocked off the 10-figure fortunes amassed by the world's billionaire club, French economist and author Thomas Piketty says.
LONDON A majority of people around the world believe capitalism in its current form is doing more harm than good, a survey found ahead of this week's Davos meeting of business and political leaders.
LONDON, Jan 20 A majority of people around the
world believe capitalism in its current form is doing more harm
than good, a survey found ahead of this week's Davos meeting of
business and political leaders.