Ukraine now faces the risk of debt default as the country tries to get back on its feet following the ousting of Viktor Yanukovych at the weekend.
The price of a gallon of gas rose almost 12 cents in the past two weeks as crises in three areas of the world heightened concerns in the oil market.
Shares in HSBC fell over 5 percent on Monday as pretax profit disappointed for full-year 2013, coming in at $22.6 billion.
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Chinese internet platform Sina has picked banks for a spin-out of its Twitter-like micro-blogging service Weib.
Chief financial officers have told CNBC that a lack of consumer spending is a major fear for their companies.
India imported $1.9 billion of military kit from the U.S. last year, making it the biggest foreign buyer of U.S. weapons. The FT reports.
Facebook's staggering $16 billion acquisition of mobile messaging start-up WhatsApp last Wednesday stunned some industry watchers.
The rate of increase in China's new home prices eased in January, pointing to further stabilization in country's red-hot property market.
The chairperson of the Mozilla Foundation has said that more needs to be done to protect citizens across the world from mass surveillance, singling out the U.S. for its lack of resolve.
The United States and European allies warned Russia not to send forces into Ukraine.
Deutsche Bank has laid out plans to slash its US balance sheet in response to the Fed's foreign banking rules, the Financial Times reports.
WhatsApp founder Jan Koum on Sunday issued an apology and blamed a network router for Saturday's outage of the mobile messaging app.
Ukraine's new rulers appointed a provisional leader to replace President Viktor Yanukovych and sacked his key ministers.
The post-retirement switch from wealth accumulation to living off of savings poses challenges for retirees looking to not outlive their savings.
Russia will do all it can to support a normalization in Ukraine, Russia's finance minister told CNBC.
An action-oriented plan by the G-20 to boost global economic growth has a good chance of succeeding, the IMF's chief Christine Lagarde said.
The world's top economies have embraced a goal of generating more than $2 trillion in additional output over five years.
Regulators lay a lighter hand on natural gas than they do on the Keystone pipeline. There's little agreement on why.
A failure to address emerging market turmoil could pave the way for another financial crisis, Indian central bank chief Raghuram Rajan told CNBC.