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A couple of factors including the slowdown in China trade weigh heavily on commodities in Tuesday's trading session.
What will be the Fed's next move: raise rates or wait to see how the market plays out?
Hartmut Issel from UBS Wealth Management says the contrarian trade is one of the bank's technical overweight positions.
The National People Congress meeting will be a key indicator of Chinese trends for the rest of 2016, says David Gaud from Edmond de Rothschild AM.
Investors are not surprised as there have been ongoing concerns about China's debt levels, says Benjamin Pedley at HSBC Private Bank.
While experts say other countries would have defaulted already, Venezuela continues to scrape by to make bond payments. Here's why.
It turns out that social media patterns aren't great at predicting a person's creditworthiness, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Steven Oh, global head of credit and fixed income at PineBridge, discusses market liquidity problems and the limits of monetary policy.
Colin Ellis, chief credit officer for EMEA at Moody's, says economic risks are building up around the world.
Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass' call for an imminent China banking crisis is already getting push-back, with Deutsche Bank calling it unlikely and exaggerated.
With several markets closed for the Lunar New Year and only a smattering of Asian data due, it may be a rare quiet week for investors.
More than 50 percent of Americans have spent at least $100 on impulse buys, according to CreditCards.com.
A look at the 13 U.S. states, from Colorado to West Virginia, that levy their own taxes on retirees' Social Security benefits.
Standard & Poor's lowered the credit rating of BHP and put it on negative watch due challenging market conditions for commodities.
Morgan Creek's Mark Yusko says "a lot of companies" are going to go bankrupt because of oil debt.
A new survey shows the number of states requiring high school students to take a course in economics has dropped over the last two years.
Jonathan Pain, author of The Pain Report, says we are likely to see a lengthy period of deleveraging, particularly in Asia.
Janney Montgomery Scott Chief Investment Strategist Mark Luschini, and MillerTabak Equity Strategist Matt Maley, discuss market opportunities following the latest rally.
Semper Capital Management CEO Greg Parsons and Stifel Private Client Group Market Strategist Kevin Caron discuss what to expect from the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting.