With the end of a tumultuous economic year approaching, the PBS NewsHour asked several economists to look ahead to 2010 and answer one question: What other crises may be looming?…
Margaret Warner talks to economic expert Simon Johnson about how Dubai's weak economy will affect the rest of the world.
The Middle East is roiling with news that Dubai will postpone repaying $60 billion in loans to international banks. Faisal Islam of Independent Television News has the story.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with economic experts Simon Johnson and Eswar Prasad about the next moves for the G-20 and its members a year after the global economic crisis began.
World leaders announced that the G-20 will replace the G-8 as the main forum for coordinating global economic policy. Jeffrey Brown and Paul Solman report.
In an interview with Paul Solman from the G-20 meeting in Pittsburgh, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva clarifies his infamous remarks on 'blue-eyed' bankers and weighs in on where emerging markets like Brazil fit in the global economy.
By Business Desk
Editor’s note: All this week on the Business Desk, we have been featuring contributions from economists, financial journalists, and other experts on the origins and impact of the financial crisis. Today, we asked a few of our favorite experts who…
The International Monetary Fund meets this weekend in Washington, D.C., to consider how to use its lending power to help the world's economies -- particularly the world's poorest countries -- weather the current economic crisis.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
After attending the G20 summit in London, President Barack Obama spoke briefly and answered some questions posed by the media. Here are his opening remarks as prepared for delivery:…
By PBS NewsHour
G20 leaders took big steps toward reforming a "failed regulatory system" that helped create the global economic crisis, President Barack Obama said after the summit concluded in London Thursday.
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