Can Germany's Angela Merkel hold fast against Greek brinksmanship?
The pundits say that Greece will have to drop the euro after Sunday's election. But that's not what the Greek people want.
From the Chinese buying spree to the rise of extremism, here's what to watch for as the continent teeters on the brink of disaster.
Yes, Jamie Dimon should lose his seat on the New York Fed board. But why stop there when America's financial regulation is such a mess?
The investment guru who coined the term "emerging markets" returns from Asia, finds that the slowdown is real, and offers five game-changing events that are reshaping the global economy.
Everyone wants southern Europe's troubled economies to go their own way, except for the people who live there.
A diet can't save them now. Time to get that defibrillator ready.
Just because Brazil’s growth rates are slowing, doesn’t mean the doomsayers are right.
The movement that birthed the global Occupy Movement returns to the streets of Spain.
The euro crisis is back with a vengeance -- and only Berlin can pull the continent from its economic doldrums.
Obama’s greatest obstacle to re-election isn’t Mitt Romney, or rising gas prices: It’s Ben Bernanke.
Five things that are making it more difficult to get advanced economies back to work.
Argentina's economy has been coasting on its past successes. Don't be fooled.
An exclusive conversation with Nouriel Roubini and Ian Bremmer on the toll of war with Iran -- and why China and Russia just don't care anymore what the United States thinks of them.
Don't let the Russian economy fool you: It's still all about oil.
Why China’s rise really is bad for America -- and other dark forces at work.
Think 2011 was a bad year for Europe? 2012 could be a whole lot worse -- if EU leaders don't get serious and deal with these 6 problems.
Promises of fiscal discipline by European countries could prove empty without effective surveillance from the International Monetary Fund. Here's how to make sure they don't slip.
It's not public-sector deficits that are at fault for the euro crisis -- it's the policies that have enabled the financial sector to wield so much power.
From Tahrir Square to Wall Street to the Kremlin, 2011 was a year when politics was conducted in the street.