Central banks slowed their gold purchases in February, snapping up 25 tons of the yellow metal against a combined 41 ton purchase in January.
Moves in currency markets seem to suggest that some investors are tired of the quantitative easing story, according to an investor.
As China seeks to strengthen its control over the South China Sea, a tribunal is about to test Beijing's adherence to international law.
Even if Trump keeps winning primaries, he isn't likely to lock in the GOP nomination before the convention, says Sara Fagen. Why? In a word: Math.
China bashing is popular during election years, but the issues between the US and China are far more nuanced than candidates admit, says Ed Sappin.
Fitch Ratings believes strongly that China has the administrative and financial resources to avoid a disruptive slowdown to near-zero growth.
Tech and cyber-security know-how, startup spirit, VC funds and even the climate make Israel a bit like the Bay Area, says Richard Beales.
Jim Wilkinson, Alibaba's senior vice president for international corporate affairs, is leaving the company to start a new firm. Re/code reports.
Trump dishes to The Washington Post how he'll force Mexico to pay for the border wall.
India's central bank cut its repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.50 percent at a policy review on Tuesday, making a widely expected first reduction.
Singapore has a solution for bridging the divide between the elderly and its digital-savvy youth: Intergenerational tech bootcamps.
A third of India's 500 largest listed non-financial companies failed to earn enough to make interest payments in fiscal 2015, a study found.
The massive anonymous leak of financial documents has left political experts contemplating what it could mean for Russia ahead of elections this year.
Argentina is set to launch a $12 billion-plus bond that would mark a return to the capital markets after 14 years and settle a lengthy dispute with global hedge funds.
S&P sliced its credit rating outlooks for China and Hong Kong to negative on Thursday, citing increasing risks to the mainland government’s creditworthiness.
Dilma Rousseff scrambled on Wednesday to hold together her crumbling coalition by negotiating key government posts with remaining allies, aides said.
Myanmar's new president alluded to removing a law that could bring Aung San Suu Kyi to power. The country's military is unlikely to be impressed.
As China's economy looks to be slowing, countries in the region are loading up on prophylactics.
A former Treasury legal counsel explains how the US vets foreign acquisitions of US companies to make sure there are no national security risks.
Investors are betting that an impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff will change the country's trajectory.