Has UK economy entered a recession? Q3 data suggest so

UK Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt said the outlook for the economy was not as bad as the updated official figures suggested

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World economy headed for a recession in 2023: CEBR

The global economy surpassed $100tn for the first time in 2022, but will stall in 2023, the British consultancy said in its annual World Economic League Table

OPEC+ cuts that steadied market now bring risk of $100 crude

OPEC+ cuts that steadied market now bring risk of $100 crude

Brent rose to a two-month high of $99.56 a barrel on Monday, before paring gains

Oil sinks again on recession concerns and rising US stockpiles

West Texas Intermediate fell below $98 a barrel and has shed about 10 per cent so far this week

Oil heads for worst run of losses this year on recession concern

Oil fell about 8 per cent in June as investors fretted over a potential global slowdown

World economy can avoid 1970s rerun, but not without some hurt

In both the 1970s and today, the shocks hit economies that already had inflation problems

All about investing in times of recession

No portfolio is recession proof and what is required is a well-planned strategy on managing the downside risk, says Vijay Valecha, CIO, Century Financial

Abu Dhabi wealth fund sees U-shaped global rebound next year

As the pandemic forced factories all over the world to shutter and people to stay home, the global economy has plummeted and oil prices have dropped by almost half since the start of the year

Global downturn risks becoming prolonged recession – WEF

High unemployment, lack of progress in reducing carbon emissions and exacerbated inequalities are all possible side effects of the pandemic

How liquidation doesn’t always augur failure

In view of the current economic climate, business owners keen to consolidate and reduce overheads may look to liquidate

Here’s why the global economy is headed for a recession in 2019

A hard landing is likely unless something happens to kickstart global growth, writes Reuters columnist John Kemp