The G-20 leading nations are close to adding an extra $2 trillion to the global economy, but Europe's stagnation remains a major stumbling block.» Read More
Investors may find it time to adjust portfolios as they focus on Fed speakers, economic reports, and the rising U.S. dollar in the week ahead.
New Zealand's ruling National party stormed to a third term in government in the election on Saturday as the center-right party secured an outright majority.
Prime Minister David Cameron's sweeping pledges of a constitutional shake-up after the Scottish referendum could undermine his re-election drive.
Structural and labor market reforms underway in France will help ensure that the Group of 20 meets the goal of boosting global growth, the country's finance minister said.
China will not dramatically alter its economic policy because of any one economic indicator, Finance Minister Lou Jiwei said on Sunday.
About 60,000 Syrian Kurds fled into Turkey in the space of 24 hours as Islamic State militants seized dozens of villages close to the border.
China will continue leading a prudent monetary policy with focus on targeted easing measures, Premier Li Keqiang said, according to a central government website.
Investors will get a little time to catch their breath after Friday's record-breaking Alibaba trading debut, but not too long.
Fishery poaching is wiping out shoreline stocks and pushing poor fishermen from some countries toward piracy.
As the Group of 20 leading economies meet to change no less than the "destiny" of the global economy, members remain divided on how to get there.
Many hedge funds that placed orders for shares in Alibaba's initial public offering received woefully small allocations.
Financial policymakers of Japan, China and South Korea agreed to work together to ensure that geopolitical tensions will not threaten the region's economic recovery.
Alibaba shares traded as high as $99.70 in its market debut, a gain of nearly 50% above its IPO price, before paring gains.
Apple new mobile payments system is winning over financial industry heavyweights, signaling the likely demise of lesser payment alternatives.
The outlook for the global economy leaves much to be desired as headwinds in Japan and Europe put them on an uneven keel with the U.S.
Alibaba shares hit the market Friday amid much hype, but two pros are warning investors to stay away from the Chinese e-commerce giant.
French jets struck a suspected Islamic State target in Iraq for the first time on Friday, expanding a U.S.-led military campaign against militants.
Jim Chanos warned of risks to China's economy just as Alibaba held its record IPO.
The market is fixed on Alibaba's IPO, but there's another emerging middle class creating an e-commerce giant—and in the land of Ali Baba.
Scottish nationalist Alex Salmond resigned as leader of his party and will quit as First Minister after losing an independence referendum.
Piracy is exploding in the world’s most heavily trafficked commercial waterway, and organized crime is the force behind it.
New research has found that unresolved problems at home could result in stress at work.
Saudi Arabia's ex-head of intelligence has criticized U.S. anti-terrorism tactics, saying Obama was wrong to rule out troops in Syria and Iraq.
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Chinese stocks stormed higher in recent months, but charts indicate they may face a period of consolidation.
Gold fell on concerns that a strong dollar and improving economy could damp demand, and silver charts suggest that bullion may not regain upward momentum soon.
Charts suggest that the downtrend in the euro/dollar is firm ahead of the European Central Bank's (ECB) policy meeting on Thursday.