Euro Zone

The economic fallout of the U.K. referendum will have minimal contagion to the euro zone or wider world.
Italian GDP declines; Thailand weathers terror attacks; Chinese economic data disappoints.
Automation threatens to slow wage growth in the U.S., which as been sluggish since the late-2000s recession.
The bank’s chief European economist cites weak external demand and resistance to structural reform as key barriers to growth.
European ratings rise, led by peripheral countries, while emerging-markets economies post widespread gains.
Euro zone ekes out growth in volatile market; ceasefire in Syria stirs skepticism; AIG names Paulson and an Icahn nominee to the board; Dems debate again.
Corporate earnings and U.S. GDP take center stage; Valeant attempts to defend itself; a Mexican festival about death affirms life.
Deleveraging and demographics are stifling what the region needs: a revival of housing, job creation and corporate investment.
Macro data points will provide clues to central bankers’ next moves; Wall Street earnings under the microscope; World Food Day spotlights global food security.
The market volatility across developed and emerging markets during the past couple of months has led to a crisis of confidence.