Even with all its oil wealth, Saudi Arabia's GDP in 2015 was below the GDP of U.S. states such as Pennsylvania and Illinois.
'Bold' plans to end kingdom's addiction to oil include sales of state assets, private sector investment and more.
Britain's justice secretary says the public is tired of experts and "elites" telling it what to think.
If elected, the Democratic front-runner says her husband, the former president, would be in charge of "revitalizing the economy."
Forget the result; just having a referendum is causing uncertainty.
Drug companies are losing out in innovation because high finance prefers to fund technology.
Climate Change is reallocating natural resources and wealth.
The city has been devastated by the quick collapse of its one-time monopoly on East Coast casino gambling.
The country warned that its deteriorating finances could trigger future defaults.
Deaton's work in analyzing consumption, poverty and welfare has been a major influence on policy making.
The candidate offered a preview of her economic policies and also took some shots at Republicans in the race.
Chairwoman of Düsseldorf's German-Greek Association has said the media is partly to blame for the letter.
First budget surplus at all levels of government since reunification leaves Germany economically sound amid EU uncertainty.
But does it prove conspiracy theorists right?
The director of the IFS is on a mission to make politicians come clean on their spending plans.
Declining prices usually herald trouble, but a unique set of circumstances mean that Spain's economy is surging.
Prices fell from last year across Europe, a phenomenon which could stunt growth for years to come
'FatCat' Tuesday highlights the huge pay gap between top executives and the rest of British society
The digital currency has faced scandals, theft and a lack of attention over the last twelve months
The OECD report shows rising equality over the last 20 years, and disputes the principle of 'trickle down' economics
According to a report, public expenditure will fall by £23.5 billion by 2019-20, its lowest level in 80 years