Speaking to CNBC ahead of the 3rd annual Singapore Summit, Gary Cohn, President & COO at Goldman Sachs, discusses the Fed's latest policy statement and describes China's potential.» Read More
Jeremy Hill, Managing Director at investment research firm Old Blackheath Companies, says Alibaba is highly dependent on China and outlines his doubts over the firm's potential in foreign markets.
BEIJING, Sept 18- Average new home prices in China's 70 major cities fell 1.1 percent in August from July, a fourth consecutive monthly drop, according to Reuters calculations from official data published on Thursday.
Hao Hong, MD of Research & Chief Strategist at Bank of Communications International, discusses if risks in the property sector could derail Chinese growth this year.
TOKYO, Sept 18- Confidence at Japanese manufacturers fell the most in nearly two years in September as a tax increase hit the economy harder than expected, a Reuters poll showed, suggesting further difficulty for the struggling recovery.
WASHINGTON— The Federal Reserve signaled Wednesday that it plans to keep a key interest rate at a record low because a broad range of U.S. economic measures remain subpar. Walgreen provided enough flu shots last season to protect a population roughly twice the size of Los Angeles.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. The focus was on the Fed today, as the end of QE approaches. Stocks were up, as was the dollar, and commodities were down on the day.
Alibaba's long-awaited IPO is finally around the corner, making this a good time to take a look at just how an IPO works.
*Uncertainty persists over Scotland referendum. NEW YORK, Sept 17- Stock markets around the world edged higher on Wednesday after the U.S. "There are no major changes, and the market should be reasonably satisfied with that," said Wayne Kaufman, chief market analyst at Phoenix Financial Services in New York.
NEW YORK, Sept 17- Stock markets around the world were little changed on Wednesday as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's policy statement, with expectations high that the U.S. central bank will maintain a pledge to keep rates low for a "considerable time."
Alibaba is making big business bets around the globe, but it's endgame is still unclear.
*Sellers say holding talks with China on Kurdish oil sales. *A China deal could hurt Baghdad's efforts to halt trades.
Alibaba's Jack Ma has been touting the e-commerce giant as a way for U.S. companies to get into China. CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at some scams and orders that have not panned out for small businesses.
*Uncertainty persists over Scotland referendum. NEW YORK, Sept 17- Stock markets around the world rose on Wednesday, boosted by speculation that the U.S.
WASHINGTON— China's military hacked into computer networks of civilian transportation companies hired by the Pentagon at least nine times, breaking into computers aboard a commercial ship, targeting logistics companies and uploading malicious software onto an airline's computers, Senate investigators said Wednesday.
The Chinese are interested in acquiring everything American, from companies to real estate, looking to protect their assets.
Over the past few years, there's been an influx of Chinese money being brought into the United States; from around $58 million in 2000 to about $14 billion in 2013. Some say all this Chinese investment is pricing Americans out of the market, while others believe the flood of Chinese money coming into the U.S. can actually create jobs here. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Over the past five years, there's been a tripling of Chinese tourist arrivals in the U.S. According to experts CNBC spoke with, that number is projected to increase significantly in the next ten years. So how can American investors benefit from the influx of Chinese money and people? CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Peter Thiel, PayPal co-founder and "Zero to One" author, shares his thoughts on Alibaba's initial public offering.
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at whether it's too late for investors to get in on Alibaba's initial offering.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports consumers will find legitimate and counterfeit goods for sale on Alibaba.