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Saying it is a "fair concern," NSA leaker Edward Snowden tells NBC News why he's in Russia.
Despite a slew of major international issues, global markets are remaining relatively steady, says Ron Insana.
Months of mining strikes in South Africa sent its economy into contraction in the first quarter, and with no end in sight, the outlook remains bleak.
Investors may have fallen out of love with emerging markets (EM) but some say the tide is turning as EM stocks catch up with developed market peers.
Thai coup leader General Prayuth Chan-ocha said he had been formally endorsed by the king, and warned he would use force if protests flared up again.
As Malaysia-based low-cost carrier AirAsia gets set for takeoff in India, CEO Tony Fernandes says there couldn't have been a better time to launch a new business in the country.
Bargain hunters sharpening their knives in hopes Thailand’s coup will bring buying opportunities should put the silverware away, Goldman said.
Thailand's economy was already struggling before the country's military seized power in a bloodless coup Thursday, saying it needed to restore order after six months of protests aimed at ousting the elected government.
Russia has prepared a secret document detailing actions if Western nations impose further sanctions over Moscow's involvement in Ukraine.
‘Black Bloc’ has gained infamy for fighting police. But who really are these protesters who plan to run riot at the World Cup? Global Post reports.
More U.S. businesses are pursuing India after the election of pro-business leader Narendra Modi as prime minister.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has outlined his plans for a new Eurasian union, as he slammed Western powers over sanctions.
Vladimir Putin's disruptive moves in Ukraine are aimed at keeping his grip on power in Moscow, said hedge fund boss William Browder, in reaction to CNBC's interview with the Russian leader.
Thailand's military coup may have shaken confidence in the country's outlook, but businesses and investors are taking democracy's loss in stride.
Take a look at this month's images from Thailand's political crisis.
Thailand's latest military coup comes in a drastically changed political milieu and its economy's Teflon status is already showing scratches.
Policymakers at the WEF in Manila this week say capital outflows from emerging markets are likely once the Fed signals rate hikes, but any selling should be limited.
On the back of its IPO, JD.com's chief financial officer, Sidney Huang, downplayed the company's lack of profit.
The gas deal signals changes for several key global issues, and it will give Putin bragging rights in the face of recent Western sanctions.
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Thursday he was confident a "reasonable solution" would be found for Visa and Mastercard.