Japan’s economy continues to deteriorate even in the second quarter of the year.
The continuous fall of the Chinese currency has been affecting the prices of industrial metals in the market.
In a surprise move, China has depreciated the value of its controlled currency against the U.S. dollar.
A significant growth in the productivity of the United States has been noticed in the April-June quarter this year.
The National Australia Bank (NAB) has posted a 9 percent increase in its third quarter, resulting in $1.75 billion in profits.
Unemployment rate rose to 13-year high as more people participate in job search.
After remaining closed sing end of June, Greek banks are all set to reopen on Monday.
New Zealand's consumer price index has fallen for the first time in two years as global oil prices continue to decline.
All but the United States will grow slowly in 2015-2016.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key remains confident that the economy will continue to grow every year in the next three years. HSBC has predicted the country will maintain its positive growth.