China’s GDP will grow this year by 7%, which is by 0.3% lower than in 2014.
ECB’s bond-buying program may be extended, if necessary, to ensure that inflation does not remain low for too long with disastrous economic consequences.
An antitrust investigation launched against Google. U.S. authorities suspect the company of unlawfully restricting access to its mobile operating system Android for competitors.
The number of active cards in July 2015 exceeded 7 million, against 6.8 million a year earlier, and 3.5 million in July 2011.
In Kazakhstan, construction industry is hitting record high in the housing sector.
The Central banks may be negatively affecting the global economy. Such opinion was expressed by the experts of Goldman Sachs.
The index of consumer confidence in the U.S. in September 2015 fell to 87.2 points from 91.9 points in August.
The Central Bank of Norway has decided to cut the interest rate to 0.75%, to the lowest level in 13 years.
Official data has shown Japan has a deflation for the first time in the past 2.5 years.
The bill also provides an increase of repayment of loans secured by mortgage.
The funds are provided for 5 years under the guarantee of “Damu” Entrepreneurship Development Fund” JSC.
Eurozone’s second largest economy showed zero growth in the second quarter of 2015.
The EU could import between 25 billion and 35 billion cubic meters of natural gas a year from Iran by 2030.
The value above 50 points indicates economic growth, lower - on its recession.
Confirms the forecast of summer that German GDP growth in 2015 will amount to 1.8%, and in 2016 - to 1.9%.
Global food prices have shown a rapid decline in August 2015, due to falling in energy costs and good reserves.
Britain and China are exploring the possibility to connect Shanghai and London stock exchanges.
Thus, three European countries and two Asian were announced to be the strongest real estate markets of the world.
Finaccord, an international market research and consulting firm presented a forecast of the global auto market.
L’Oreal SA said it expects the global cosmetics market to grow closer to the low end of its forecast range of 3.5%-4%.