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  • Is the U.S. Recovery Wavering?

    Jim O'Neill, Goldman Sachs Asset Management chairman, explains his slightly bearish outlook on the U.S recovery, and weighs in on important developments in China and the euro zone's "lack of growth" crisis.

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    The one step closer I refer to is the announcement from the People’s Bank of China this weekend that it was widening the trading range in which the yuan could fluctuate against the US dollar, from 0.5 percent to 1 percent.

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    China’s slowing economy isn’t deterring CEOs of the world’s biggest international hotel chains, who describe the Chinese market as the “most important in the world” and are keeping their aggressive expansion plans for the country in tact.

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    Despite the recent stock pullback, corporate earnings are expected to continue giving the market some short-term momentum.

  • Australian Flag

    The Australian and New Zealand dollars often move in tandem, but these strategists have picked a favorite.

  • Stocks Surging on Strong Earnings

    Carmine Grigoli, Mizuho Securities chief investment strategist and Burt White, LPL Financial chief investment officer, discuss the best ways to play the current markets.

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    Spain's debt sells and British inflation is stubborn - it's time for your FX Fix.

  • A lone Chinese investor talks on the phone as he monitors his stock prices at a security firm in Hefei, east China's Anhui province.

    An expected strengthening of the U.S. dollar in the second quarter could mean a more "challenging environment" for emerging market stocks but China and Korean markets should outperform, says a senior strategist.

  • China's move to widen the yuan's trading ban may help the Australian dollar - but not right now.

  • Apple

    Earnings news from the likes of Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs and J&J should help guide stocks Tuesday, but traders will most intently be watching the trading activity in Apple.

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    Markets may be fixated on China's widely-anticipated growth data due Friday, but some analysts tell CNBC investors should look beyond the figures and focus on other indicators which paint a more dire picture of the economy.

  • Keeping Your Portfolio 'Healthy'

    Cold and flu season may be over, but the healthcare sector's earnings season is just beginning. Sam Isaly, OrbiMed founder, offers insight into which stocks you should buy, sell or hold. The FMHR traders also take a look at today's biggest market movers.

  • Growing concerns about Spain and mixed economic data are pushing investors out of riskier currencies.

  • Time to Rethink Owning Apple?

    Discussing the serious labor issues facing the tech giant at its Foxconn supplier in China, with Bennett Freeman, Calvert Investments.

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    Sunday, Beijing announced it was widening the daily trading range for the yuan to one percentage point. This news has been heralded as another indication that China is liberalizing its currency, and the yuan may now be fairly valued. This may be dead wrong.

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    China's GDP disappointed, but plenty of experts think China sentiment could improve. Here's how to play it using currencies.

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    China loosens up and Spanish yields lift - it's time for your FX Fix.

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    Investments in Europe could come to total more than 20 percent of China's sovereign wealth fund’s diversified equities, according to Jin Liqun, chairman of the Board of Supervisors at the fund.

  • China's economy is accelerating again and inflation will tick up by the second half of the year after bottoming out in February, according to David Carbon, Managing Director of Economics and Currencies at DBS Bank.

  • Horse in stable

    Ireland’s export sector has helped fuel its fragile recovery from the economic crisis – and now it is exporting one of its most successful industries to China.