Philly Fed President Charles Plosser is "very worried" about the potential for unintended consequences of the Fed's exit from its bond-buying program.
European stocks closed flat on Thursday, after the BoE and ECB kept interest rates at record lows.
If a company posting to Asia is on the cards, be forewarned, rental accommodation in the region's major cities is among the world's most expensive.
More than 1,000 workers have gone on strike at an IBM factory in China, in objection to the terms of their transfer to Lenovo. The FT reports.
Equity investors have not been swayed by recent economic reports. Instead, they are awaiting more "genuine" news that is not clouded by the weather.
Asian shares mostly saw subdued trade on Thursday, ahead of Friday's U.S. nonfarm payrolls report.
After posting big sales gains in China in 2013, Ford has started 2014 with a strong performance and plans to accelerate operations in the country.
The question asked is always "Who is to blame?" and America finds itself in that very Russian exercise ever since Ukraine's invasion. The NYT reports.
The Fed will need to start raising short-term U.S. interest rates in the middle of next year as economic growth picks up and the jobless rate falls.
Ukrainian politician Vitali Klitschko told CNBC that Russian President Vladimir Putin was worried over how events were unfolding in Ukraine.
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Headlines in the recent months claiming investors have been rushing for the exits in emerging markets are a great exaggeration, says one expert.
The S&P 500 hit another all-time high this week. Now, some investors are starting to wonder, is the market way ahead of itself?
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Demand for small-cap stocks is increasing relative to established large-cap names, a divergence that signals continued risk appetite among investors.
The risk of economic sanctions against Russia poses risk to Western companies. The most vulnerable include consumer brands.
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