The HK murders of two Indonesian women made sensational headlines, but less noticed are the debts chaining migrant workers to sometimes risky jobs.
French President Hollande said after an impromptu visit to Russia for crisis talks on Saturday that a ceasefire could take hold in Ukraine soon.
Jim Cramer breathes a sigh of relief now that the jobs report is out of the way. He's partying on the market with these opportunities for next week.
Chinese authorities have arrested former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang for crimes ranging from accepting bribes to leaking state secrets.
This is not a great time to be an oil producer, but some countries are hurting more than others.
Russia and Brazil are a mess, and the oil price slide isn't helping. China is slowing. It's the other BRIC that's been stellar this year.
Oil prices are expected to stabilize, but OPEC will probably be forced to cut production, analysts say.
Russia's Vladimir Putin is going to "lock somebody up" to send a message to speculators betting against the ruble, says former diplomat David Gordon.
Russians are rushing to buy high-end, U.S.-made items like cars before prices in their native rubles spike.
Best Buy said it will sell its struggling China business to Zhejiang Jiayuan Group in order to focus on its North American operations.
Bond yields and the cost of insuring the country against default rising on fears of intensifying sanctions, recession and falling oil prices.
A plummeting currency, rising inflation and sagging oil prices—that’s the stuff likely haunting Vladimir Putin’s nightmares.
U.S. and EU leaders plan to work together on sanctions and strengthening Europe and Ukraine's energy security in an united front against Russia.
Despite a well-publicized drive to combat graft, China has been labeled more corrupt this year than it was in 2013.
While lower oil prices are set to give many of Asia's economies a fillip, Malaysia could face serious headwinds due to its heavy reliance on state-owned oil company Petronas.
It’s this stock, and its partner in crime, that "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer believes are heading higher.
A halving in the price of iron ore this year has been fueled in part by Chinese speculators who built up huge short positions on the one-year-old futures contract.
As the global economy faces headwinds each day, Jim Cramer knows this group can withstand stormy weather more often than the rest.
Jim Cramer has seen a hideous return for bottom fish stocks. Here are the stocks he considers to be the top fish for the year.
Iran's budget may not be in danger from falling oil prices for now, but its position in ongoing nuclear talks could weaken.