Peter Schaffrik, head of European rates strategy at RBC Capital Markets, says investors are "nervous" about the tight peripheral yield spreads.
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The UK said on Thursday it would rush through emergency legislation to force telecoms companies to retain the data of users for a year.
China released improved trade data that missed expectations on Thursday, figures that suggest external demand remains weak and domestic recovery fragile, analysts say.
China will overtake the U.K. and Japan to become the second-largest global equity market by 2030, a report by investment bank Credit Suisse says.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first budget, due Thursday, will tell investors whether India's market has room to run.
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U.S. is using a new tactic for money laundering crack downs: asking suspects in a range of cases to help them follow the money back to their bankers.
Marc Faber expects the S&P to decline 30 percent because the global economy does not support current valuations.
As the kiwi trades within striking distance of its post-float high, the trade that's been on fire since mid-2013 looks unstoppable, analysts say.
Citigroup's likely $7 billion settlement isn't enough to dissuade CLSA bank analyst Mike Mayo from a "buy" rating.
It was no Brazilian slaughter, but the Netherlands-Argentina World Cup semi-final still generated plenty of passion on Wednesday.
Big moves in a handful of stocks provided traders with a worrying signal, veteran trader Art Cashin tells CNBC.
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The US is developing new military tactics to deter China’s territorial advances in the South China Sea, the Financial Times reports.
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The company was recently spun off by Chesapeake Energy. Seventy Seven Energy's stock gained after the news.
The Federal Reserve at its June meeting voted to reduce its monthly bond buying program another $10 billion to $35 billion.
Talks to resolve probes into shoddy mortgage securities sold by the bank remain at a standstill, according to sources.
Investors in US-based mutual funds pulled $7.8 billion out of stock funds on fears of an early rate hike from the Fed.