Tehran officials are in Beijing this week to seek more oil sales, in a move that could pressure the U.S. to sign off on a sanction-lifting deal.» Read More
Shale gas revolution will be "very painful for many parts of the world," with the U.S. potentially the new swing producer, the head of BP told CNBC.
Asia is the best bet for emerging markets for the next six months says UBS's Jorge Mariscal.
Despite banning scores of European Union officials, Russia may not face tougher sanctions, former U.S. diplomat Bob Hormats says.
Whether China shares are bubbly depends on which data bit catches the fancy, but the market has outstripped fundamentals and is overbought, Credit Suisse said.
Even Asia's most destitute peasants can now afford meth if they're willing to forego food for a day, GlobalPost reports.
Shares of Huatai Securities, Asia's largest listing this year, opened with a whimper, defying the gains seen in Hong Kong's other recent IPOs.
There have only been four flu pandemics since the start of the 20th century, yet concerns are widening about the potential for a new outbreak.
Jim Cramer highlights that the U.S. is spending less on our military, but does that mean defense stocks are a lost cause? Maybe not.
Nigeria's new president was sworn in on Friday and faces a tough battle to diversify an economy reliant on oil and hampered by terrorism and corruption.
India's economy grew at a faster rate than its Chinese counterpart for a second straight quarter, but concerns remain over the government's new way of calculating its data.
China shares plunged, briefly touching correction territory in volatile trade, but analysts aren't paying it much attention.
The corruption scandal at football's governing body doesn't involve entities under the soccer group's control, a former candidate for FIFA's top spot said.
Jim Cramer’s got the top pick for protection services in today’s digital world in the "Mad Money" recap.
China is pulling out all the usual easing props to counter its slowing economy, but the old hats don't appear to be working as well as they used to.
Jim Cramer sees nothing but merger mania right now! But is this just market froth, or is the bull just starting to run in your portfolio?
China’s Shanghai Composite plunged 6.5 percent Thursday, but widely followed investor Dennis Gartman isn’t worried.
FBR expects China to become Apple's top geographic area by revenue in 2017 and account for almost 40 percent of total revenue in 2018.
The plunge in Chinese stocks is likely to be temporary, and unlikely to spill into world markets unless it becomes prolonged and triggers recession in the second-biggest economy.
The technology ecosystem in China is innovating at a speed perhaps not understood in Silicon Valley, said the VP of international at Xiaomi.
History shows the 6 percent plunge in China's stocks Thursday could be a big buying opportunity.