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Concern over external debt in corporate Indonesia is mounting as companies roll over more than $42B of foreign currency loans, the FT reports.
Dilma Rousseff of Brazil announced Friday that she was cutting her salary by 10%, reducing the size of her cabinet and slashing thousands of coveted jobs, the NYT reports.
Russia's military buildup and bombing campaign in Syria this week rekindled the security premium in oil prices.
Indonesia is a nation where traditional belief systems, including shamanism, have been fused with mainstream religions, the Financial Times reports.
Net capital flows for emerging markets this year will be negative for the first time since 1988, according to the Institute of International Finance.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Thursday downplayed criticism over the country's air strike targets in Syria.
Emerging markets have come "completely unhinged," and they will likely drag on growth in the U.S. and Europe, Mohamed El-Erian said.
Russia says it's in Syria to help fight ISIS but the real reason can be summed up in one word, says this former State Department advisor.
Judging by the headlines, Russia may look like a nation in turmoil. Investors, though, don't seem to mind.
Stretching almost a quarter of a mile across a nearly 600-foot deep chasm in China's Hunan province, is Haohan Qiao, a glass-bottomed bridge.
Their losses suggest that even bigger declines will be reported by other hedge funds in the days ahead.
South Asian workers are less productive than their Asian peers, according to the World Economic Forum.
China must turn to long-term institutional investors to boost its stock market, Nasdaq President Adena Friedman told CNBC.
China's manufacturing sector remained in the doldrums during the month of September, according to two separate reports on Tuesday.
A Muslim farmworker has been beaten to death in India by an angry mob over rumors his family had been eating beef, the FT reports.
A series of package bombs exploded on Wednesday in the southwest China city of Liuzhou, killing at least seven people and injuring 51.
Jim Cramer took a close look to pinpoint what triggered the stock decline this quarter. Hint: It wasn't the Fed.
After the worst quarter in four years, most Wall Street strategists believe the stock market will bounce back in the fourth quarter despite headwinds.
Jim Cramer sees that things are improving, but investors are still in a bear market. He won't be bullish until these 7 things happen.
Temporary work visas were designed to import specialized skills — not move jobs overseas. The New York Times reports.