The economy created nearly 200,000 private-sector jobs last month, feeding hopes over a labor market thaw ahead of Friday's jobs data.
Recent strength in the euro bears a worrying similarity to the bubble-like conditions seen before 2008, a currency strategist tells CNBC.
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Students from Singapore and Korea are the best in the world at problem solving, according to new research published by the OECD.
Economists remain divided over when the ECB will act - if at all. Here's a look at the arguments for and against intervention by the central bank.
A debate on high-frequency trading and "rigged markets" has put Wall Street in a tizz this week. Now experts in Asia weigh in on the discussion.
Recent resilience in the Australian dollar may have confused some investors, but Morgan Stanley says the upward momentum should remain for a while.
Pimco's Bill Gross isn't the only bond fund manager losing assets.
Several metal-exporting ports in the Andean country remained closed Wednesday, suggesting trade flows might be temporarily interrupted.
What a difference a few months can make. After being one of the most shunned asset classes last year, emerging markets are fast winning back investors' love.
Former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano offers his vision for a new model for doing business globally. His new book, "Re-Think: A Path to the Future," comes out April 2.
Dennis Gartman explains why experience tells him to stay bullish on stocks.
Russian natural gas producer Gazprom announced a more than 40 percent increase in the price of gas for Ukraine on Tuesday.
If these signals are any indication, it may be time for caution. Jim Cramer explains.
The White House task force that oversaw the 2009 bailout of General Motors was unaware of any problems with faulty ignition switches, a former member tells CNBC.
Dubai has defended its title as the world's best performing stock market in the first quarter of this year, gaining another 34 percent after more than doubling in 2013.
The average sales price for apartments in New York City jumped 15 percent in the first quarter to $1,773,523, putting the average price per square foot at $1,363.
Stocks held modest gains across the board Tuesday after the S&P 500 briefly shot to a fresh intraday record, as investors digested the latest batch of economic reports.
President Obama on Tuesday announced that 7.1 million people had enrolled in insurance plans sold on government-run exchanges by the sign-up deadline.
High-frequency trading is a "cancer" that is destroying the original purpose of the market, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.