Nine months after OPEC decided to leave its production target unchanged and pursue market share instead of trying to prop up prices, the group is facing a set of complex problems and decisions going forward.
Its currency is plummeting, unemployment is rising, its stock market is down 20% from a year ago and its president, Dilma Rousseff, has an 8% approval rating -- the lowest since 1992 when Brazil's president was impeached.
NEW YORK A volatile ride for global markets this week looked to end calmly on Friday even as lingering worries over Chinese economic growth and the Federal Reserve's plans to raise interest rates weighed on stocks, but oil rebounded sharply for a ...
Worries about global growth and the economy of materials-hungry China have rocked global markets and sent commodities spiraling to multi-year lows.
(Updates with Carter announcement, quotes, previous NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.) By David Alexander. MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. Aug 28 (Reuters) - U.S.