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The United Nations’ index of global food prices rose 12.6% in March, increasing the risk of hunger in the developing world.
Probably not, but Russia and China are likely to keep looking for ways to avoid U.S.-controlled financial infrastructure.
Adam Posen of the Peterson Institute says that could lead to less varied, costlier goods and a more divided and politically uncertain world.
A new trade deal with the U.K. will erase Trump-era tariffs on steel and aluminum imported into the U.S., and motorcycles and whiskey exported to the U.K.
These neighbors of Russia played no part in Putin’s invasion, but they are caught in the economic crossfire triggered by sanctions.
But it's not necessarily the pandemic that's driving it. Three businesses on three continents share what they're seeing.
The invasion has introduced a lot of unknowns for global trade, financial markets and national economies. It's also a blow to the pandemic recovery.
The IMF's Gita Gopinath talks about the challenges facing the global economy as the world enters its third year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Corporations will have to navigate an increasingly polarized world — and economy.