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India's annual budget was once the key economic event, but times have changed as central government reforms no longer adhere to budget time lines.
Global industrial production has grown since September, linked to Japan's consumption tax hike, slow Asian growth, and a pause in Europe's economic recovery.
What does Chipotle's choice to cut pork at some chains have to do with religious freedom? Congressman Forbes and Sen. Lankford explain.
It's a year since Michael Lewis' explosive claim in "Flash Boys" that the market is rigged. Why haven't any of his claims been proven yet?
Here's why the Fed's removal of the word "patience" from its statement shouldn't panic investors, says UBS CIO Mike Ryan.
Just 7 years ago, concussion talk was taboo in NFL locker rooms. But now, the NFL is getting real about it, says former NFL star Jack Brewer.
Here's why Benjamin Netanyahu won the Israeli election — and the tall task ahead of him now, explains Jake Novak.
The headlines may suggest impending doom but the reality is policy makers have a lot more time—and options—for dealing with the debt limit this time.
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If the Fed loses its "patience," that could mean a June rate hike, says Ron Insana — using Janet Yellen's logic.
If Greece and Germany's relationship were a marriage, we would probably be talking about divorce or a last-ditch effort at marital therapy.
The Obama administration needs to withdraw its proposal for tougher ozone standards, these senators say.
The FCC needs to take action to keep the big guys from taking advantage of auction policies to protect the little guys, says David Williams.
From vaccines to genetically-modified foods, the scientific community is often stuck playing defense. When did science become a dirty word?
For the next mile of reform, here are four key things that need to happen, says Richard Baker, the president of the Managed Funds Association.
The retirement savings system is broken; it's time to decouple 401(k) plans from employers and free Americans to invest as they see fit.
Despite criticisms from the financial commentariat, both theory and evidence argue for a strong and stable dollar, says Larry Kudlow.
The Russian economy is ready for the upside; it's time to ease tensions with Russia, says Dan Steinbock.
The US appears to be seeking constructive engagement with Sudan but it should be intensifying pressure on the government instead, says David Phillips.
Here's why I might not send my girls to college — and what we would do instead, says Jake Novak.