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Billionaire financier George Soros is warning of an impending financial markets crisis.
After the shortest trading day in China’s stock trading history, Weibo users mocked and moaned about the market's circuit breaker.
China is treading on thin ice after another overnight market tumble. What else is happening that could crack the ice?
Chinese drone maker Ehang Inc. on Wednesday unveiled what it calls the world's first drone capable of carrying a human passenger.
The Dow industrials closed sharply lower after China stocks shook global markets.
China isn't roiling its currency—and global markets—by choice, says trader Brian Kelly. Here's why.
CNBC Pro ran a search for companies to avoid due to sales exposure risk from China.
China's problem isn't that it doesn't want to do the right thing. It's that it's a teenager when it comes to capitalism and it doesn't know how.
"They have a problem, and they don't like any of the options available to them," one investor said of China's currency conundrum.
Markets around the world plunged Thursday after a sharp sell-off in Chinese stocks renewed fears about the health of the global economy.
Even the pros can't agree on whether Chinese authorities have lost control of markets or are pursuing a cunning strategy.
Analysts are now contemplating how major currency fluctuations are fanning the flames for the commodity's latest lurch lower.
China's securities regulator suspended its recently implemented circuit-breaker system, which led to two trading halts this week.
Uber is softening the blow of China's market turmoil by offering discounts to users, just hours after trading was suspended.
All eyes are on China to help lift "The Force Awakens" after Disney announced that it had become the U.S.' highest grossing film ever.
China's foreign exchange reserves fell $107.9 billion in December to $3.33 trillion, the biggest monthly drop on record.
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Markets do not actually have a preferred U.S. presidential candidate, shares David Schiegoleit from the Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank.
Both presidential candidates made mistakes at the debate that they were probably counselled not to do, says DC International Advisory's Ross Feingold.
It will be interesting to see if Clinton can taunt Trump enough for him to lose his composure, says Kenneth Polcari from O'Neil Securities.