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Northern Rock, the nationalized mortgage lender, said Wednesday it would wait at least six months before moving to repossess homes when payments fall behind.
Citirgoup announces it will significantly cut down its workforce, while pirates who hijacked a crude oil tanker off the coast of Kenya approach a Somali port. Following are today's top videos:
On Monday's "Stop Trading" segment, Cramer makes the call on Russian stocks. He doesn't like too much, but he sees one name that is way too cheap to look away from.
The Latvian government announced on Saturday the surprise takeover of the country's second largest bank, Parex, as the global financial crisis hit the small Baltic state where economic growth has fallen sharply.
President-Elect Barrack Obama should attend the upcoming summit of the G20 developing and industrialized countries in Brazil to show that the US has a truly international leader, Mohamed El-Erian, Co-CEO of Pimco, told CNBC Friday.
Yum! Brands seems to be struggling in China. So is this former Cramer fave still worth buying?
Lower gas prices could provide a lift to what are otherwise predicted to be dismal U.S. holiday sales, but experts say it will take some time for consumers to feel confident enough about the troubled economy to resume spending.
European Union finance ministers backed on Tuesday proposals for a reform of the G8 club of major industrial nations and an end to self-regulation in global financial markets that critics say caused the credit crisis.
Cramer explains how our markets have managed to stay afloat (somewhat) while other countries continue to plummet.
A fast and furious as the crude oil market selloff has been, it's far from over, says one expert.
Stocks tumbled to 5 year lows on Wednesday as investors grappled with an increasingly dire outlook for the global economy.
The banking sector has been hard hit by the financial turmoil and governments pumped tens of billions in banks but one of the conditions was that bankers get no bonuses. Tell us what you think.
European governments announced plans to bail out banks by buying stakes in them and the U.S. is also expected to follow suit by injecting $250 million into banks, sending stocks soaring. What do you think?
The U.S. stock market is unlikely to fall very much from the current levels and opportunities have arisen, but emerging markets are still going to grow faster, Mark Mobius, lead portfolio manager at Templeton and an emerging markets specialist, told CNBC.
The U.S. government could nationalize investment banks Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, after confirming that it may buy stakes in financial institutions by the end of the month, Hugh Hendry, Partner and CIO at Eclectica, told CNBC.
IKB Deutsche Industriebank saw a net loss of euro540 million ($739.80) in its fiscal first quarter, but said a government rescue package had helped it stabilize.
European stocks pared back some of the losses on Wednesday after plunging about 8 percent earlier in the session as credit fears grew.
Shares in three major UK banks -- thought to be well capitalized -- were hammered after a report that they might ask the government for funding reignited fears about how sound the banking system was.
Governments and central banks around the world are reacting to the expanding financial crisis as their countries' markets melt down. See how the global indices stack up against one another.
Greece's banking system "is totally safe and reliable" despite the world financial turmoil and all bank deposits in the country are guaranteed, Finance Minister George Alogoskoufis said on Friday, according to the Associated Press.