A closely-followed indicator of US home sales surprised strongly to the upside in May.
Hiring in America strengthened by more than expected in June, as services sector firms, especially in Leisure and Hospitality, added to their payrolls.
Andrew Haldane warned in his last speech as the Bank of England's chief economist that policymakers risked losing control of inflation.
Eurozone inflation eased to 1. 9% in June, official data published on Wednesday showed, in line with forecasts.
Economic growth in China eased in June, official data showed on Wednesday, as the country's manufacturing and services sectors both softened.
Americans' confidence in the economy - both present and future - snapped back to its levels from before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic last month, despite the tremendous scars that it had left on the jobs market.
House prices in the US continued to bound ahead more quickly than expected in April, the results of two closely followed surveys revealed.
The cost of living in Germany retreated last month amid a decline in energy and services prices, but according to some economists quicker inflation lay ahead.
Americans grew a bit more confident in June, albeit not by as quite as much as expected, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
Money supply growth in the Eurozone slowed a bit more quickly than anticipated last month, but economists said the data continued to point towards "solid" growth.
Americans continued splashing out at a stronger-than-expected pace last month, helped by faster than expected income growth.
Orders in the US for goods made to last more than three years continued growing at a steady clip last month, helped by strong demand from the transportation sector.
US jobless claims continued to slip lower during the latest week especially those not being filed for the first time, in a potentially positive signal for the next monthly non-farm payrolls report.
Rate-setters at the Bank of England voted unanimously to keep Bank Rate at its current level, warning against a "premature tightening" in policy.
America's economy continued to expand at a very brisk pace in June, although inflation continued to be a potential risk, the results of two surveys revealed.
The head of the US central bank doubled down on forecasts for slower inflation as the country's economy reopens.
Former Citibank economist Catherine Mann has been appointed to the Bank of England’s rate-setting committee, Chancellor Rishi Sunak confirmed on Tuesday.
Weekly jobless claims rose last week for the first time since April.
Manufacturing activity in the US mid-Atlantic region continued growing at a robust pace in June, the results of one of the most closely-followed surveys for the sector showed.
Central bankers in the US nudged up their individual projections for short-term interest rates in 2022 and 2023 at their two-day policy meeting, although they didn't actually discuss potential dates for the so-called 'lift-off' in rates.