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Both are expected to speak of Syria and the need for a political transition, NBC News reports.
Slumping commodity prices are typically seen as a boon for India, a country that relies heavily on oil imports, but it's not all good news.
While volatility prevails, big institutional investors are ponying up for active managers and leaning away from cheaper, passive investing.
After the South China Sea and cyberspace, the U.S. and China rivalry has found a new front: women’s rights, The NY Times reports.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer shows how Nike proved everyone wrong about China.
After Nike's blowout earnings report cited strong growth in China, many market watchers were left scratching their heads.
Jim Cramer makes the case for why Chinese consumers are doing better than you think.
An EU official says Russia and Ukraine have ended uncertainty and finally reached agreement on supplies of natural gas to Ukraine.
Nike shares surged on Friday as it stunned analysts with accelerating growth in China. Investors debate whether this means China is improving.
The primary areas of contention in the relationship are geopolitical concerns and cybersecurity issues.
Hot money may be flowing out of China's markets amid a persistent economic slowdown, but slower moving institutional money is taking a longer view.
Singapore has closed its schools after the pollution levels caused by the smoky smog enveloping the city hit dangerously high levels.
The Malaysian ringgit's sell-off may worsen amid a toxic mix of shaky economic fundamentals and the spreading of the 1MDB scandal.
Jim Cramer thinks this market is irrational right now, and stocks are headed lower. The key is patience.
"To say that you're not going to engage in an act of war in peacetime seems a little odd," one analyst said of a hinted deal.
Caterpillar is the latest casualty of the global commodities selloff, a downward spiral that's not likely to end any time soon.
The announcement of the meeting was made by Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov and confirmed by the White House.
The race to claim stakes in the melting Arctic is heating up. That’s because a quarter of the world’s energy reserves are at play.
The post-financial crisis regulatory push has fueled a wave of contingent convertible or "CoCo" bonds, but do either investors or issuers really understand the risks?
On the numbers, China's cinema-goers look like a sure bet, but investors may need to look under the hood.