Russian President Vladimir Putin has outlined his plans for a new Eurasian union, as he slammed Western powers over sanctions.
Vladimir Putin's disruptive moves in Ukraine are aimed at keeping his grip on power in Moscow, said hedge fund boss William Browder, in reaction to CNBC's interview with the Russian leader.
Thailand's military coup may have shaken confidence in the country's outlook, but businesses and investors are taking democracy's loss in stride.
Take a look at this month's images from Thailand's political crisis.
Thailand's latest military coup comes in a drastically changed political milieu and its economy's Teflon status is already showing scratches.
Policymakers at the WEF in Manila this week say capital outflows from emerging markets are likely once the Fed signals rate hikes, but any selling should be limited.
On the back of its IPO, JD.com's chief financial officer, Sidney Huang, downplayed the company's lack of profit.
The gas deal signals changes for several key global issues, and it will give Putin bragging rights in the face of recent Western sanctions.
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Thursday he was confident a "reasonable solution" would be found for Visa and Mastercard.
Veteran trader Art Cashin identifies an issue he thinks could lead to another financial crisis if not handled properly.
A key ally of President Vladimir Putin said Russia should remain in international institutions like the WTO, despite the recent furor over Ukraine.
Intel was present at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, Russia's top business summit, despite pressure from the U.S. to veto the event.
Embattled Ukraine lacks “the power or the possibility” to stand up to Russia at present, Ukraine’s former prime minister told CNBC.
Geopolitical tensions are mounting yet the ETF that tracks emerging markets is surprisingly up. Here's why.
SolarWorld has taken the lead in petitioning for tariffs on Chinese solar firms, and China may have noticed.
Embattled Ukraine should be open to working with Russia as well as Europe and the U.S., according to a Ukrainian presidential candidate.
The Treasury Department said the sanctions would freeze any US assets held by the individuals and bar Americans from doing business with them.
US technology companies will likely bear the brunt of soured ties between Beijing and Washington over Internet security.
China's government says it will avoid buying computer equipment that runs on Windows 8.
Nigeria's economy has grown significantly, but with terrorist attacks on the rise and elections coming up, is it really that safe to invest in Africa's largest economy?