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China's central bank weakened the yuan against the dollar on Thursday, following reports it intervened to stem the currency's sharp slide late on Wednesday.
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China is probably going to need to be on both sides of the currency market, former Pimco chief economist Paul McCulley tells CNBC.
After a second day in a row of currency-related turmoil thanks to the Chinese central bank, risk-off was definitely the order of the day.
Alibaba delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations on Wednesday, but revenue was light.
Jittery investors should look to eastern Europe — and Romania in particular — for a sanctuary from Chinese market volatility and Greek debt wrangling, analysts told CNBC.
As China’s central bank devalues the country’s currency for the second time in two days, one sector is expected to be hit the hardest: luxury.
OnePlus may be under the radar of most smartphone fans, but the Chinese company aims to take on the likes of Samsung and Apple
Even as China's central bank weakened its yuan fixing further on Wednesday, uncertainty remains about Beijing's commitment to a floating currency.
Police raided the Hong Kong offices of Uber on Tuesday and arrested five drivers for the "illegal use of vehicles for hire", police said.
Squawk Box Live gave key analysis on China's surprise move to devalue the yuan further.
China's July retail sales, industrial output and fixed-asset investment data all missed forecasts, fueling concerns about the world's second-largest economy.
Indonesian president Joko Widodo replaced key economic ministers as part of a wider cabinet reshuffle on Wednesday, less than a year after taking office.
The 2 percent drop in the yuan's value has broad implications for the commodities market and global trade. Here are the spillover effects.
Chinese's surprise move to devalue the yuan, a looming Fed rate hike and weakening economies have created a perfect storm for Asian currencies.
India will seek $99M in damages from Nestle after reports of excess lead in the firm's Maggi noodles forced a nationwide recall.
India's smartphone sector reported explosive Q2 growth after handset vendors partnered with e-commerce players to ramp up sales.
The grimy windows and red bedroom lights are disappearing from South Korea's short-stay hotels as they move upmarket to lure younger guests.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has a message for CNBC anchor Oriel Morrison: You'd better look good in black.
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Bradley Gastwirth, CEO of ABR Investment Strategy, says investors are excited about Yahoo's board and CEO finding a way to monetize its core business.
Roy Teo, senior FX strategist at ABN AMRO Bank, says the Fed will continue with hike plans because the manufacturing sector accounts for just 12 percent of the U.S. economy.
Auto sales are likely to flatten out next year as markets feel the impact of a Fed rate hike, notes Karl Brauer, senior director of automotive industry insights at Kelley Blue Book.