Articles by Pronita Naidu
The S&P 500 may see a profit slowdown, its first in nearly 3 years, but a modestly encouraging economic outlook will cushion the blow, Lydia Boussour, senior U.S. economist at Oxford Economics, said.
Senior economist Boris Glass said the U.K. economy has foregone economic activity of £6.6 billion in each of the 10 quarters since the 2016 referendum.
Post-Brexit changes in import arrangements will make some grocery items expensive at local stores and make some disappear from shelves, an ING analyst has said.
Analysts tell International Business Times that U.S. President Donald Trump wants to avoid the embarrassment of another failure in high-stake talks.
Tim McCusker, the chief investment officer at NEPC, told International Business Times that China's bets on AI make for attractive investment opportunities.
Slower U.S. growth expectations and the Federal Reserve's more gradual approach towards interest rate hikes will weigh on the U.S. dollar in the second half of the year, analysts said in a poll conducted by International Business Times.
Analysts told the International Business Times that China has more policy options up its sleeves
Analysts warn the 25 percent tariffs from 2019, could slow Chinese growth, raise U.S. inflation and put more downward pressure on emerging markets.
Deal was a victory for President Trump, but offered little to the U.S. while giving the best possible outcome for Canada.
Top analysts told International Business Times there is no reason to be alarmed when there is no evidence of weakening in the economy.
Italy will not exit the European Union despite budget deficit worries, believe economists polled by International Business Times.
Analysts think the deal is "overhyped" but it provides President Donald Trump with a talking point for the midterm elections.
Analysts covering Tesla debate if Elon Musk's share proposal is a fair price for the stock, or if the transaction will even materialize.
Most analysts IBT/Newsweek spoke to are worried about a crypto bubble.
Amid the harsh political rhetoric around the Brexit debate, fear of a hard exit from EU is not shared by economists and investors polled by International Business Times.