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Thousands of protesters have rallied in Rome against the policies of Italy's new coalition government.
A Fijian delegation has accepted the delivery of another A330 aircraft from Airbus in France.
Hong Kong has introduced its first fleet of electric taxis in a bid to reduce the territory's high pollution levels.
Reports for the week show inflation still under control despite Fed actions to stimulate the economy.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard and Poor's 500 Index broke records this week; the Dow closed above the 15,000 mark for the first time, while the S and P topped 1,625.
In the wake of the latest two-day meeting of the Federal Reserve's Open Market Committee, we caught up with Vanguard senior economist Roger Aliaga-Díaz for insight on the Fed's direction and what it means for investors.
A recent Free exchange column discusses the European Central Bank's troubles in providing support to peripheral economies (summary here). We are inviting experts in the field to comment on the piece and related research. Michael McMahon, a macroeconomist at the University of Warwick commented here. Gilles Moec, co-head of European economic research at Deutsche...
WHAT'S happening to America's smaller airports? Since 2007 they have seen greater percentage drops in flight and passenger numbers than bigger hubs, according to a study released last week by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. And though it may be tempting to attribute that shift to the global economic downturn, the...
Our interactive guide to the world's housing marketsTHE house-price boom that preceded the financial crisis was remarkable for its scope and scale. With few exceptions, there seemed only one way for prices to go: up. Things have been more diverse since then. In The Economist's latest round-up of residential house...