Harvey Blackwood: After raising interest rates for the first time in more than ten years last November, the BoE could hike again as soon as May.
Burton Mills: European Union leaders call for an overhaul of the Euro Zone
'Our monthly mortgage payment is lower than our rent!' - Aishwarya Kancharla, co-owner, Redwood Montessori School
Leaders of the EU's 27 member countries will meet this week to discuss broader integration of the eurozone.
Burton Mills: China on track to exceed growth target for 2017 but will keep target for next year
"I'm not throwing away money on rent anymore." - Victor Khedr, Owner Five Points Tire Imports
Harvey Blackwood: British inflation holds steady after BoE hikes interest rates for the first time in 10 years.
Ashton Whiteley: As EU workers leave the UK in anticipation of Brexit, UK companies will be forced to offer higher wages
Harvey Blackwood survey reveals possible outcomes of Brexit negotiations.
Mayor of London's financial district will call for a firm Brexit transition agreement to avoid future damage to U.K. economy.
Burton Mills: With strong activity in the manufacturing sector, China looks set to meet this year's economic growth forecast.
"I'm very pleased that we have an opportunity to leverage this program." - Bahman Taheripour, Vice President, Calitho
Mason Baxter: Europe's largest economy is set to perform well in the third quarter in spite of a recent dip.
With the unexpected growth in PPI and CPI, China's economy may be on track for economic growth acceleration for the first time in 7 years.
Hamilton Crawford: The likelihood of further US interest rate hikes dim as inflation data weakens
Hamilton Crawford comments as Japanese manufacturer confidence increased to its uppermost level in more than 10 years this month.
"Capital Access Group really helped me grow my business." - John Eshelman, Owner, Prime Mechanical Service
Hamilton Crawford - Greenback's decline set to continue as Trump administration grapples with scandal and ineptitude.
Hamilton Crawford: The Italian government has revived the specter of moral hazard as it moves to bail out two failing banks.