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Beijing has forbidden entertainment news reports that promote "Western lifestyles" or poke fun at Chinese values, the SCMP reports.
Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian says currently the chance of a September rate hike from the Federal Reserve is about 60 percent.
The award of $22,437,800 was tied to an $80 million settlement between the SEC and Monsanto in February, according to legal representation.
Ever wondered who delivers the groceries to the International Space Station? CNBC drills down into Kensho's soaring space index.
Big banks begin to partner up as web-enabled banking products keep gaining traction with consumers.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn rejected any assertion Tuesday that he is backed into a corner on troubled nutritional supplement company Herbalife.
It's been nothing short of awful this year for IPOs, but some are hopeful that the fall will see a flurry of activity.
The job market has is nearly at full strength and the pace of rate increases will depend on how well the economy is doing, the Fed Vice Chair said.
Moody's is raising the red flag on the Chinese banking sector as small and mid-size banks increasingly rely on wholesale funding.
Bob Pisani explains how bad it's getting for active managers versus index funds, and how the regular trader can play it.
August set a record for U.S. corporate investment-grade bond deals, possibly paving the way for more dividends.
At the core of the rules is an effort to stabilize the $2.7 trillion industry.
KBW analysts are looking at "shadow banking" stocks and think nonbank lenders may rebound.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Fed could pull the rug out from under investors who are overlooking signs an interest rate hike is coming, economist Carl Tannenbaum says.
The Fed should scrap a plan to shrink its massive bond holdings and instead keep them "indefinitely" to protect against financial shocks.
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