Monday May 25, 2015
The budget reforms that Greece has proposed are not enough to ensure a surplus this year, the IMF's chief economist Olivier Blanchard has told a French financial newspaper Les Echos.
Tuesday May 12, 2015
Credit agencies Standard & Poor's and Moody's said Australia's AAA rating with a stable outlook was not in danger after the government unveiled its budget, with deficits seen as moderate and declining.
Friday May 08, 2015
After being reinstalled in 10 Downing Street for a second term as Prime Minister, what are the big issues on David Cameron's plate?
Thursday May 07, 2015
Preliminary results from the UK Institute of Directors poll show that the number of people in the UK who do not want to leave the EU has gone from 30% to 40%.
Wednesday May 06, 2015
Seven party leaders are headed into Britain's most unpredictable election in decades on Thursday 7 May, with the fragmented nature of the vote likely to bring smaller parties to the fore.
Tuesday May 05, 2015
The US trade deficit surged to its highest level in nearly six and a half years in March as imports rebounded strongly after being held down by a labor dispute at key West Coast ports.
Tuesday April 28, 2015
The Minister for Finance has said the Government would be in a position to introduce expansionary budgets from now until 2020, if it is deemed prudent to do so.
Thursday April 23, 2015
The St Vincent's Healthcare Group has rejected what it described as "scurrilous statements" made by Health Service Executive Director General Tony O'Brien about its governance.
Tuesday April 21, 2015
Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe is still awaiting a report by the Government's working group into the potential sale of the State's stake in Aer Lingus.
Thursday April 09, 2015
Tens of thousands took to the streets in towns and cities across France today in union-led protests against public spending cuts that closed down the Eiffel Tower to tourists.