Indonesia drew a line in the sand when it banned further domestic helpers from working in 21 Middle Eastern countries, but the impact may prove elusive.» Read More
Sales growth in the global alcoholic drinks industry remained sluggish in 2014, hit by slowing growth in China and a downturn in Russia.
Friday’s jobs report could very well be a tipping point in determining the timing of the Federal Reserve’s first rate hike, says Ron Insana.
Warming economic and political ties between Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un are in question. The Fiscal Times reports.
Greek stocks fell nearly 4 percent on Tuesday and 10-year debt yields remained above 11 percent, following reports that the IMF had suggested Greece needed further debt relief.
About $1 billion disappeared in an apparent banking scandal that's mystified Europe's poorest country, the Global Post reports.
With speculation rife over how long Saudi Arabia is content to see oil prices slump, the country's oil minister said only Allah knows about prices.
"Super" Mario Draghi might not be one of the heroes in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," but his powers are almost as impressive as those of Iron Man.
Emerging Asia may be enjoying a bull run in stocks, but the region may miss out on the "wealth effect," analysts said.
Globalization isn't a choice; it's an inevitability. Congress needs to get on board with these trade deals, this CEO says.
The country's stock market fell 1.8% after a huge surge last year, but India may still be lucrative for foreign investors.
Starting Monday, a national campaign will launch for DairyPure, placing all of the milk produced at Dean Foods' regional dairies under one label.
Europe’s newest “state” called Liberland has welcomed its first citizens, after a small group of libertarians declared independence for a patch of land on the border between Croatia and Serbia.
World Bank invests part of its $18.8 bn staff pension fund in companies in industries, holdings that clash with the institution's own calls.
U.S. shale oil drillers are being treated as "milk cows" for refiners due to Washington's longstanding ban on U.S. crude exports, one of the top drillers has complained.
Remember those worries about a China property crash? Forget all that. Analysts are turning freshly positive on the mainland's property plays.
The spotlight in the Asia-Pacific region this week falls on Australia, where a flurry of economic data are scheduled for release.
Greece's tourism chief has appealed to holidaymakers to use credit cards to fight tax evasion, The Guardian reports.
Milan has been waiting since 2008 for this day and now it has finally come—but takeoff for the World Expo 2015 looks to be overshadowed by violent protests.
Brussels is set to widen its front against U.S. tech companies by initiating a separate probe into a wider range of online platforms.
As the six-month-long Milan Expo gets under way, we take a look at what it is, how much it cost and why not everyone’s happy about it.
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