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A weaker yen isn't driving up prices in Japan, Goldman Sachs says, because cheaper oil undercuts price pressure.
Deflation in the euro zone is a bigger risk to credit ratings across the world than the fall in the price of oil, Fitch Ratings reported Monday.
Once a darling of emerging market investors, the slump in oil prices mean Nigeria’s economy is seen continuing to slow after this weekend’s elections.
Personal details of world leaders—including Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin—were accidentally disclosed by G-20 organizers, The Guardian reports.
Japanese factory output declined more than expected in February as companies curbed output due to the Lunar New Year holiday.
The steady advance of technology is making ownership of assets less attractive and economic growth ever harder to measure.
Indiana's religious-freedom law fell off the stupid tree and hit every branch on the way down, says Jake Novak.
The world is facing a serious water crisis. Former NFL star Jack Brewer highlights a couple of companies investing in solutions.
Greece has sent its creditors a long-awaited list of reforms in the hope that it will unlock badly needed cash, Greek government officials said.
Major emerging markets like Brazil and Russia could be at risk of a widespread credit crisis that could impact the world’s financial markets.
The former UN ambassador says Israel is "our anchor in the Mideast."
Most will admit that business travel never comes cheap. U.S. domestic trips cost $990 (2014), yet these prices pale in comparison to this city.
Tokyo stock prices are at fifteen-year highs, but Japanese corporations remain pessimistic about the country’s growth potential.
Americans "need to understand just how important a threat Yemen can be," says one analyst.
Chinese authorities may want the yuan to become a global currency, but they’re unlikely to give up control.
Is oil headed to $100? $30? It may not matter, says Ron Insana. It could be headed the way of the dinosaurs.
Civil strife and terrorism in Yemen could pose a greater threat to the Gulf countries of the Middle East than tumbling oil prices, a major bank said.
Saying goodbye is one of the hardest things in life. Especially when it is to a friend who has brought you joy, peace of mind and ... profits.
The U.S. 10-Year Treasury yield will dip to 1.5 percent as more investors globally turn to safe investments, an expert said.
Greece's firebrand far-left leader struck a consolatory note on Monday, saying it was wrong to blame foreigners for the country's problems.