Financial Times : Economy (57)

Eurozone economy powers ahead despite currency strength

November PMI puts jobs growth and new manufacturing orders at 17-year highs

Predictions for the UK economy may be gloomy but are reasonable

Its growth outlook has almost halved in two years, uniting economists against it

UK services growth falls to 4-year low but private consumption rebounds

Europe urged to raise infrastructure investment

Spending at 20-year low threatens region's prosperity, EIB report warns

State plays vital role in R&D funding

What model works best when governments invest in innovation

How demographic change will drive world trade

Robotics and migration are likely to affect traditional patterns

Singapore Q3 GDP beats forecast

Bank of Mexico cuts growth outlook citing natural disasters

Fed signals near-term rate rise despite inflation questions

Many policymakers conclude increase needed if economy stays on track

Budget background reveals wobbly public finances

We are still not living within our means and long-term debt levels remain unsustainable

Budget 2017: Snap verdicts from seven experts

Economists tell FT what they think about the chancellor's policies

US consumer sentiment slips less than forecast in November

Slowdown in Swedish house prices is 'positive' for stability – Riksbank

Daily briefing: UK Budget day, Uber data breach, Mugabe steps down

This year's financial statement is critical for Theresa May's survival

Economic growth surges in Philippines despite political risk

Government hopes buoyant economy will draw attention away from drug-related killings

A Republican tax plan built for plutocrats

The reforms going through Congress clearly reflect the party's priorities

Daily briefing: Merkel's future in doubt, AT&T showdown, FT readers share harassment stories

Chancellor's future in balance as German president calls on parties to end impasse

Venezuela debt talks: Caracas plays its last cards

Restructuring negotiations will feature a complex geopolitical poker game involving the US, Russia and China

RBA warns of 'considerable uncertainty' over wage growth

Janet Yellen to leave Federal Reserve board of governors

BoE's Ramsden says rate vote motivated by weak wage growth

China's investment in Europe offers opportunities — and threats

Beijing must know that the system of free and fair trade will be protected from abuse

Who should govern the euro?

Return fiscal and structural policy to nation-states, but centralise further on banking

Daily briefing: Mugabe clings to power, German coalition talks fail, coffee-powered transport

The world's oldest leader defies calls to step down as Zimbabwe's president

Economists react to Thailand Q3 GDP

Thailand Q3 GDP beats estimates

Japan export growth weakens unexpectedly in October

Rescuing Zimbabwe from the legacy of Robert Mugabe

International donors must use their new leverage to stop the mood from souring

Thanksgiving celebrations, UK Budget, Black Friday

UK chancellor will deliver his speech against a backdrop of political instability

The painful grind to a stronger eurozone

A tighter banking union is more likely than fiscal centralisation

How Zimbabwe's economy was brought to the brink of collapse

Regime brought hyperinflation, bankrupt state enterprises and chaotic land reform

Payback looms after central banks' $11tn splurge

Investors have been 'borrowing returns from the future', according to JPMorgan

The life and speeches of Sadie Alexander

UBS Wealth Management: UK picture 'not as bleak as many think'

Draghi on QE: Size isn't everything

Daily briefing: Saudi freedom deals, how to cut the Brexit bill, Ikea life lessons

Settlements with detained princes and businessmen come as the government grapples with a recession

Malaysia Q3 GDP growth climbs to 3-year high

Hammond Budget faces challenge of worst productivity woes in G7

Britain appears to be suffering problems far less pronounced elsewhere

Singapore October non-oil exports beat forecasts

China's balancing act on debt is becoming trickier

The government must hold its nerve, even as economic growth slows

UK retail sales post first year on year fall since 2013

African debt servicing costs hit 16-year high

Figures come as IMF warns of potential rise in public debt to 'unsustainable levels'

China outbound investment down nearly 41% in 2017

Why the whole world feels the 'Brussels effect'

Some international businesses adhere to EU regulation even in their operations outside Europe

Economists must work harder to justify liberal trade order

Critics of the China shock are now extremely influential

Philippines Q3 GDP rises 6.9%

China's laid-off workers pose daunting welfare challenge

Early retirement for 1.8m in coal and steel sectors imposes heavy burden on state

Australia unemployment rate dips to more than 4-year low

Daily briefing: Zimbabwe 'coup', GOP tax plan, Italy's right turn

Troops remove 'criminals' around Mugabe and detain him in a 'safe' place  

Threats loom for world trading system

Does the US stance on the TPP and Nafta bode ill for world trade?