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New York Fed President Bill Dudley said Wednesday he would be open to new bond market rules if they would improve liquidity.
Hong Kong stocks may look like an attractive bargain but approach the market with caution, say strategists.
Gold hit its lowest level in two weeks and recorded its biggest quarterly loss in a year on Wednesday, ahead of a Fed decision on interest rates.
The euro lost ground on Wednesday on data showing euro zone inflation dipped back into negative territory in September.
Stocks face a make or break fourth quarter, and this year it's guaranteed to be a more volatile period with lots of potential pitfalls.
Countries across the world are suffering from a shortfall in productivity growth that is sapping economic expansion, according to the World Economic Forum.
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The Fed's near-zero interest rate policy could pressure earnings, wages and stocks for some time, one market watcher said.
Reduced expectations for economic growth, corporate earnings and stock market gains hardly seem the ideal climate for raising interest rate.
Experts are warning of the dire financial impact across the mining and metals space if Glencore is unable to control its skyrocketing debt load.
Despite massive capital outflows from emerging markets, some experts are eyeing opportunities in Southeast Asian stocks to buy on the cheap.
Platinum prices fell below $900 an ounce on Tuesday for the first time since January 2009, hurt by the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
The yen and Swiss franc were the winners on Tuesday as risk aversion swept global markets, underpinning flows into safe haven currencies.
"There is such a thing as an overload of information, and I think that's what a lot of investors are getting right now," Robert Luna told CNBC.
Fed officials are lining up behind a rate hike this year, but odds are rising Congress could get in its way
Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans contended normalizing policy too early brings risks amid pressure on inflation.
The Federal Reserve did the right thing by leaving interest rates unchanged, former President Bill Clinton said.
RBC in a note to clients Monday cut its full-year outlook for the S&P 500 from 2,325 to 2,100.
U.S. stocks were set for a positive start, with sentiment cautious before U.S. Federal Reserve speakers, data and a budget battle in Washington.
Inflation is now running at next to nothing. So why is the Fed concerned that it could outrun its 2 percent goal?