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The Fed's more than seven-year quest to generate inflation has started to bear some fruits, but likely too few to spur a policy change.
Robert Kaplan, president of the Dallas Fed, believes that there is high downside risk in the outlook for global economic growth.
Some investors may be nervous about China but UBS's Min Lan Tan says there are some great investment opportunities in the region right now.
Alphabet's Google said its engineers were working with the U.N. child agency to map and anticipate the spread of the Zika virus.
Volkswagen will pay employees a bonus for 2015, despite the scandal over defeat devices.
JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon also tells CNBC that concerns remain about the pace of U.S. economic growth, but there are reasons for optimism.
UBS France has been placed under investigation over allegations that it intimidated a former employee who helped raise flags over potential tax-dodges.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Bank of America is making a big push into auto lending just as regulators are sending warning signals as losses from auto loans are rising.
Singapore-based United Overseas Bank will invest $10 million into Israel-based OurCrowd to help start-ups in Asia.
Market watchers rounded up to talk about the impact the next POTUS will have on the markets.
Shares of Tesla Motors will have a hard time going higher because of this, Citron's Andrew Left says.
Investors’ shifting tastes mean private equity firms will probably have to pony up more cash to get buyouts completed.
The recent stock rally and mildly encouraging economic data have investors feeling a little braver.
British funeral firm Dignity reported a spike in profits Wednesday after an "almost unprecedented" rise in U.K. deaths last year at rates not seen since 1952.
The European Union launched a new aid programme worth an initial 700 million euros similar to the kind of relief offered to developing nations.
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