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Investors spooked by a steep sell-off in enterprise tech stocks will get a fresh glimpse of the health of technology spending on Wednesday.
This is an I.O.U. market, says trader Jack Bouroudjian. Expect more pain before it gets better.
Metals prices may have outperformed oil over the past 20 months, but that's unlikely to continue, with metals set to keep dropping, Goldman Sachs said.
Riot police used batons and pepper spray early on Tuesday to disperse crowds after clashes erupted as illegal street vendors were removed.
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India, the world's third largest economy, said it expanded by 7.3 percent in the last quarter vs. 6.8 percent for China.
India has introduced long-awaited rules on differential Internet pricing, dealing a blow to Facebook's Free Basics program.
The Zika virus is discouraging many Americans from traveling to LatAm and the Caribbean, a Reuters/Ipsos poll shows.
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.
Ford will construct a new assembly plant in Mexico and ramp up output from that country, The Wall Street Journal reported.
North Korea's launch is a humiliation for China, but there are no signs that Beijing will change course, The New York Times writes.
Markets are bracing themselves for the prospect of a calamitous debt default in Venezuela, which may be worse than Argentina's 2001 crisis.
The surge in emerging market lending has come to a halt and may now give way to financial market turmoil and a global economic downturn, BIS warns. The FT reports.
China's foreign reserves fell for a third straight month in January, as the central bank dumped dollars to defend the yuan and prevent an increase in capital outflows.
A dramatic decline in Russian travel has left former vacation hotspots like Turkey and Egypt hard hit, but outbound may be about to recover.
The president of Sinochem Group, China's energy and chemicals conglomerates, is under investigation for discipline violations, authorities said.
Worried that a shortage of male teachers is feminizing boys, Chinese educators are reinforcing traditional gender roles and values, the NYT reports.
Rescuers pulled more survivors from a collapsed apartment tower in Taiwan on Sunday and kept searching for people, a day after a strong earthquake.
Argentina has offered to pay about $6.5bn in cash to US holdouts, in an attempt to put an end to a decade-long legal dispute. The FT reports.
Analysts say they would not be surprised to see stocks take aim at January's lows in the week ahead.