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A reading of China's services sector expanded at a quick pace, a positive signal that marked a sharp contrast to recent weak manufacturing data.
As Singapore celebrates its 50th year of independence, questions are percolating about its future.
The “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer gives his take on Apple’s recent decline.
Jim Cramer saw that investors could not hide from big bad China on Tuesday, including Apple.
An International Monetary Fund staff report suggested that the IMF delay the currency basket adoption of yuan.
Analysts say oil market fundamentals are very bearish, and it would not be surprising to see crude take a temporary dive into the $30s per barrel in the next several months.
A worldwide slump in industry lies behind this year’s tumble in precious and base metal prices, a commodities expert has told CNBC.
China's rocky stock market ride can benefit private equity players as companies seek funding from other sources, David Rubenstein says.
A new breed of modern food and beverage ventures serving up traditional fare could fortify the city-state's status as a gastronomic hub.
Jim Cramer says the weakness in the oil market has caused this stock, and many others, to suffer.
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of IMAX on its new IPO in China, and how that will impact its business.
Jim Cramer reminded investors that there are always two sides to every coin. Why China, oil and Greece are all good for the bulls.
After dipping for two quarters, Xiaomi reclaimed its spot as the top smartphone maker in China during the second quarter, beating Apple and Huawei.
Looking at other global blockbusters and bullish developments since those movie releases, Stifel analyst Mogil raised his price target on Disney.
It's time for US companies to step up and provide affordable technology to developing nations, says Flavio Mansi.
China's stock market is down 15 percent in July, but that doesn't mean it's the start of a broader Chinese economic collapse.
Malaysia’s currency was already under pressure, hit by political concerns and the oil price drop, but it really fell out of bed Monday.
The downturn in China's manufacturing sector intensified in July, with the Caixin China PMI surprising with a drop to a two-year low.
Chinese police are investigating if two distillers added impotence treatment drug Viagra to their liquor in the latest food-safety scare in China.
Once the epitome of cheap mass manufacturing, textile producers from formerly low-cost nations are setting up shop in America, the NYT reports.