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The IMF says the Chinese yuan was no longer undervalued.
European stocks are rallying on the news that Greece has started crafting a "staff level accord" with its international bailout supervisors.
The future economic impact of the millennials generation has been analysed in a report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
The sharp fall in global oil prices has had a deep impact not only on the global economy, but on the fortunes of Russian billionaires.
Not only is the German finance minister as tough as granite but he also knows how to cut through the nonsense accompanying international gatherings.
The Bank of Japan's decision makers remained concerned their 2 percent inflation goal would be difficult to keep, meeting minutes show.
You have a week left to make up your mind about what to do with your money, if you're planning to "sell in May." But does the adage apply this year?
Developed countries across Europe are becoming more vulnerable to terrorism, mostly due to the rising power of the Islamic State and other Islamist extremist groups.
Iraq's Kurdistan region will sell its oil independently of Baghdad if the national government does not pay the money it owes, the president of the Kurdistan Regional Government told CNBC.
The U.S. has missed out by deciding to not join a China-led international investment bank, a senior executive at General Electric told CNBC.
Malaysia uncovers 139 graves thought to contain the remains of migrants scattered around suspected human trafficking camps.
Nigeria's leading cellphone provider warns it needs diesel to prevent shutting down services countrywide.
Japan should remain the key focus this week as investors look to a slew of data on tap to confirm that the economic giant is poised for a comeback.
The co-writer of "Tomorrowland" says Hollywood's fascination with high tech is a reflection of society's uneasy co-existence with technology.
Miami attorney Peter Quinter is optimistic the U.S. and Cuba will re-establish diplomatic ties and said business growth will follow.
In the world's fight against antibiotic resistance, Bayer CEO Marijn Dekkers sees the need for a global antibiotics bailout.
Obama may want to take his foot off the gas when it comes to the TPP trade deal, says the Fletcher School's Bhaskar Chakravorti.
Ukraine may have dropped out of the headlines but its economic troubles are worsening as it continues to battle with separatists—and bondholders.
ISIS may be gaining ground across Syria and Iraq, but the Chairman of Jordan's Capital Bank, Bassem Al-Salem, says it's business as usual.