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A deluge of economic data from Asia's biggest economies, central bank meetings along with a world leaders' summit will take center stage in the region this week.
Pundits concluded that the fall of the Berlin Wall was a triumph for capitalism. They were dead wrong, says McGill Prof. Henry Mintzberg.
"The Hunger Games" will launch on stage in summer 2016 in a production led by Imagine Nation's Robin de Levita, Lionsgate said.
Germans will amass in Berlin on Sunday to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the most momentous event in recent German history: The fall of the Berlin Wall.
World leaders including U.S. President Barack Obama, along with top businessmen, will attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit which kicks off this week in Beijing.
Australia's economic data may have been only "meh," but some economists see dark clouds on the horizon, spurring sharp cuts to growth forecasts.
Economic troubles at the only remaining rival bidder for the 2022 Olympics have left an open path for Beijing to host again.
Tumble in silver prices has triggered a global scramble by consumers to purchase silver coins and bars.
The U.K.’s economic recovery is the “weakest in the past century”, with growth set to slow next year, a leading British think tank has warned.
European Commission slashes its growth forecast for the euro zone and said greater investment was "much-needed".
Experts said the yen's decline is set to continue past Friday's six-year low that came after surprise stimulus by the Bank of Japan.
The Bank of Japan delighted markets with a stimulative surprise. Will the European Central Bank be next?
A year after violence crushed Egypt, a different picture is emerging as investment is flowing into the country again and GDP may be back on track.
HSBC is expected to set aside about $640 million to cover the cost of an investigation into suspected manipulation of FX markets. The FT reports.
There could be good news for a problem that has plagued the world's second-biggest economy: intellectual property protection.
Despite the recovery, growth comes with vulnerabilities that may be amplified with the outcome of the mid-term elections, says Dan Steinbock.
Brazil's central bank raised interest rates, a move that signals President Rousseff could make more market-friendly policy changes after her win.
Asia's export growth has stalled since a post-financial crisis recovery, faced with a combination of weak global demand and structural changes, HSBC said.
Oil titan Harold Hamm tells CNBC: Don't believe the hype. "There's not a glut in the market at all." The billionaire says he has no intention yet to pull back drilling.
Brazil's election Sunday is widely seen as a big win for workers over investors. But the victory celebration may be short-lived.