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When wealthy Russians shopped for assets in the West in the past decade, they usually looked for status. Now they're hunting for something else.
"Companies with money tied up in Russia would have a tough time getting it back out," says one foreign policy analyst.
President Obama wants to nudge the EU toward fresh sanctions against Russia over Ukraine.
The future looks bright, SunPower CEO Tom Werner says, on Q1 earnings and a partnership with Google.
Kerry's statement came as tensions escalated in Ukraine and the recent agreement in Geneva teetered on the verge of falling apart.
Disruption from the Russia-Ukraine conflict is not the only threat to Europe's energy supplies—there's also Algeria.
Despite its 7-percent bounce this year, sugar futures may be turning sour.
Ukrainian forces killed pro-Moscow rebels as they closed in on the separatists' military stronghold in the east and Russia launched army drills near the border in response.
The big environmental argument for nuclear energy: Its carbon emissions are the lowest among major power sources.
In 25 years the U.S. dollar will probably still be the world's reserve currency, and bitcoin may not be around at all.
Caterpillar's businesses in China are "doing well," which was evident in the 30-percent increase in Q1 sales there, CEO Doug Oberhelman tells CNBC.
Warning Russia that new sanctions are "teed up," President Obama accused Moscow of failing to live up to an agreement to ease tensions in Ukraine.
U.S. President Barack Obama said he was poised to impose new sanctions on Moscow if it does not act fast to end an armed stand-off in Ukraine.
China's economic growth may trump India's, but the mainland's stock market will likely keep playing second fiddle to the subcontinent, analysts said.
It is time for the US to change Putin's calculations, and Syria is the place to do it, says New America Foundation's Anne-Marie Slaughter.
Despite economic hopes for India's Narenda Modi, experts say it's too early to tell what kind of changes he'll bring.
The United States will send about 600 US troops to Poland and the three Baltic states to take part in exercises in the coming days to reassure NATO allies.
The strong performance of the so-called "fragile five" currencies has marked a return to favor for the so-called carry trade.
Five Southeast Asia countries are set to bridge China and India - Asia's two largest economies - according to analysts at ANZ bank.
Jen Psaki of the State Department suggested that Vladimir Putin could be sanctioned by the US over the crisis in Ukraine, but not immediately.