No, not quite. While overall growth in the first quarter of 2016 finally returned to pre-crisis levels, the need for significant structural reforms still looms large.
Entries by Harold E. Sharon
Developing its own independent monetary policy means China no longer has to hitch its currency to the strong U.S. dollar. And that should be a positive, not a negative.
Thanks to a "NICE" recovery—that is, non-inflationary, creditless expansion—once-beleaguered Ireland is poised to report the fastest economic growth in the eurozone over the next two years.
With quantitative easing driving recovery in Europe, some Spanish real estate investment opportunities feature the potential for attractive yields and capital appreciation.
Why Japan is attracting more foreign investors in small caps
Why certain small caps in India appear more attractive than in China
The global repercussions of the shale boom are enormous.