2019: The year after peak global growth
Over nearly 10 years, the world economy has been growing by a moderate but steady clip. In 2019 though, risks such as Brexit, trade wars and higher interest rates could spell the end to an unprecedented economic boom.
Macron Due to Address nation after weeks of national protests
French President Emmanuel Macron is due to address the nation on Monday evening as he seeks a solution to end the downward spiral of Europe’s second-largest economy, started last month with a grass-roots movement against fuel tax hikes.
Egypt finance minister on IMF Program, Reforms, Economy, Debt, Bond issuance
Egypt won't ask for further IMF funding next year, when its $12-billion dollars loan program expires. Finance Minister Mohamed Maait says the economy is now in better shape and he's working to reduce debt and gain investor confidence.
German economy shrinks for first time since 2015
Volker Wieland, managing director at Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability, discusses the reasons why Germany's economy unexpectedly shrank in the third quarter.
Zimbabwe's kids hope for a brighter future
Zimbabwe’s economy has suffered from years of decay and international isolation. Young people are among the worst affected. They are hoping for a brighter future following the swearing in of a new government. DW spoke to some of them in Harare.
Economy of Nigerian states have improved - Budgit
The economy of Nigerian states have improved - Budgit
South African trade minister sees Trump 'Rebalancing' Global Trade
South Africa Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies discusses President Donald Trump's impact on the global economy, trade tariffs, the rand, and Chinese investment in the nation.
Mobile industry growth to add $150bn to Africa's economy
According to a report by GSMA, the mobile economy is expected to generate more than $150 billion or 7.9 per cent of GDP in the region by 2022.