Britain’s chancellor backs away from controversial tax reforms, but makes deep cuts elsewhere.
The economic news coming out of Brazil keeps getting worse. Politicians seem unsure what to do.
Spain’s economy is growing but the government is slow to rein in deficit spending and unemployment.
The rejection of the Canada-to-Texas pipeline had more to do with American politics than the environment.
The Spanish prime minister hopes an improving economy will give his party a fighting chance in the election.
The Italian prime minister challenges Brussels to reject his spending plans while labor reforms have stalled.
Saudi Arabia is fighting for market share and punishing Russia for its support of Syria’s Bashar Assad.
Twelve Pacific agree to expand trade in what is a signature accomplishment for American president Barack Obama.
The agreement may be a sign that Russia is keen to normalize its relations with Europe.
Banks warn that an independent Catalonia would be cut off from the European Central Bank and the euro.
Fearful of splitting their base, French ruling party leaders shy away from liberalizing the labor market.
The discovery of a huge gasfield off the Egyptian coast couldn’t have come at a better time for the Arab nation.