Markets across Asia have dropped precipitously, but it's more of a hike hissy than a replay of the taper tantrum rout two years ago, analysts said.» Read More
The U.S. dollar looks set to continue its reign and some of Asia’s emerging market currencies are more at risk than others, analysts say.
Despite this nation's currency and geopolitical troubles, it is a bright spot in the global energy market. Good news: Value plays abound.
Following a poor performance in December, emerging market (EM) assets look undervalued and could draw investor interest again, analysts say.
Some central banks have cut interest rates into negative territory to eke out economic growth, but unintended, counterproductive outcomes may emerge.
A New York banking regulator's probe of Barclays' forex business is holding up a settlement of currency rate-rigging allegations, the FT reports.
U.S. officials are investigating at least 10 major banks for the possible rigging of precious-metals markets, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The Nikkei tapped a 15-year high on Thursday, and Japanese stocks are likely to continue sailing higher, say analysts.
French PM Manuel Valls declared he would ram a flagship economic reform bill through parliament by decree, exposing his government to a no-confidence vote.
The euro recovered from initial losses, helped by a bounce in German investor sentiment.
Negotiations between Greece's new government and euro zone ministers all come down to who blinks first.
European equities ended higher Friday with investor sentiment boosted by better-than-expected growth numbers.
European equities ended higher on Thursday as investors cheering a peace deal agreed between Ukraine and Russia.
Two leading investment banks are looking to move into P2P lending, underlining the race to embrace of technology by even established financial institutions. The Financial Times reports.
Singapore's central bank surprised markets with a between-meeting easing amid nearly non-existent inflation, decking the city-state's currency.
Big changes are coming in 2015 for the industry that's growing exponentially. Expect mutual funds and hedge funds to jump into the fray.
With quantitative easing on the cards, Europe's already low interest rates are set to fall, but some believe the continent offers the best bond returns.
Switzerland's stock market dived after its central bank de-pegged its currency from the euro, but it's not time to bargain hunt yet, analysts said.
French bank Societe Generale decides to split the top job and appoint Italian economist Lorenzo Bini Smaghi as the group's chairman.
Sharply lower oil prices are widely hailed as a positive for most Asian markets, but that hasn't slowed fund outflows or raised growth forecasts much.
The euro extended losses into a sixth straight day to trade near a nine-year low, as investors bet the ECB was getting closer to adopting QE.