Eurozone remains on the edge of deflation

Inflation steady at 0.2% but plummeting commodity prices still weigh

SNB reports record loss after dropping cap

Results threaten central bank payments to Switzerland’s cantons

Number of Japanese women in work surges

Females represent 43% of workforce, highest since records began

US wage growth at slowest pace since 1982

Dollar and treasury yields hit on doubts about September rate rise

Russia rate cut puts pressure on rouble

Central bank lowers rate to 11% to help cooling economy

Tsipras wins battle with Syriza far left

Central committee backs Greek PM’s call for September congress

A disaster’s lessons for Dodd-Frank

Beware of unintended consequences and cost-benefit trade-offs, writes Randall Kroszner

Poverty in Mexico is on the rise

Government looks to combat inequality with structural reforms to drive economic growth

Spanish and Irish recoveries accelerate

Two of the hardest hit eurozone economies are now among the strongest performers

IMF cannot join Greek bailout, board told

Fund’s report raises fresh snags to financial rescue plans

Schäuble plan limits EU Commission powers

German proposal is response to EU body’s political shift

Brazil raises rates to 14.25%

Benchmark rate up to highest in nine years amid recession

Yellen sends a carefully crafted signal

New Fed statement marginally lifts chances of September rate rise

Trust, recovery and reform in Greece

Rewards await Prime Minister Tsipras if he embraces rescue deal

Belgians seek €7.2bn tax change boost

Employer healthcare contributions cut in effort to improve job creation

Lagarde plays down China stock jitters

Asian economy is ‘resilient and strong’, says IMF chief

Trade propels renminbi on to global stage

China currency sees less traction on capital markets

Dim sum bond market appeal cools

Onshore and offshore likely to meld over time