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Recent gains in the stock markets, which has seen the S&P 500 clock gains of 27 percent year-to-date, could push even higher, according to research firm TrimTabs.
Some presents just aren't a good idea and are primary candidates for regifting.
The investment bank predicts those markets will underperform and see lots of volatility in the next five to 10 years.
Nearly two centuries after Portuguese colonists legalized gambling on Macau, the island chain of Matsu wants a piece of China's gaming addiction.
Stock prices soared in Buenos Aires in 2013 but Argentina's policies make investing there treacherous, Wells Fargo's Paul Christopher says.
Social media site Whisper.sh has exploded in the 18 months since its inception, now boasting three billion page views a month.
Classic brick-building toymaker Lego, which has undergone somewhat of a renaissance in recent years, has told CNBC that its online offering will form an essential part of its future.
The creation of a new union for Europe’s banks has already been subject to more negotiations than a billionaire’s pre-nup agreement.
The euro zone’s plans to reshape its banking system and deal with future crises can seem like nothing more than an excuse to create new bureaucracies.
Investors are still betting big on sovereign debt from struggling euro zone countries even as European banks offload their investments.
The Bank of England (BoE) announced it will ditch paper banknotes in favor of plastic ones on Wednesday morning.
The price of bitcoin has plummeted by 50 percent after reports that the People's Bank of China is clamping down on the virtual currency.
The announcement that GSK will stop paying doctors and remove sales incentives is a sea-change in an industry struggling with faltering sales.
The growth of shale oil production in the United States may not hit Saudi Arabia as quickly as previously thought.
The dangerous link between fragile banks and governments in the euro zone has been detailed in a new transparency report by the European Banking Authority (EBA).
Copenhagen's high-tech industries are poised to boost Denmark's economy as the capital sets its sights on innovation and green living.
City authorities in France and Germany are preparing to clamp down on people renting out their houses and apartments to vacationers.
It’s the season for 2014 predictions – and one of the most popular calls among analysts is a record-breaking performance by the FTSE 100 next year.
One of the few surprises lurking in Germany’s cabinet re-shuffle was the return of its man at the European Central Bank, Joerg Asmussen, to Berlin.
A year on from the start of the economic overhaul introduced by Shinzo Abe, "Abenomics" has been "close to a bull's eye."