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The continued decline in China's manufacturing activity highlights the risk the world's second largest economy now poses to global growth, experts told CNBC.
The consequences of China's credit binge may just be getting started - with much more pain to come.
The level of business in the U.K. financial services sector returned to a level considered "normal" for the first time since March 2011, according to a survey released on Monday.
The hottest trade—at least in the commodity markets—is shaping up to be live hog futures. Prices have surged 18 percent year-to-date.
Europe's top economies may be stalled, but the region's super wealthy posted strong wealth gains in 2012, according to a new study from Wealth-X.
The U.S. Federal Reserve's plan to taper its bond buying program may not materialize after all, says one strategist.
The swearing in of Kevin Rudd on Thursday for a second time as Australia's prime minister brought some relief to the Aussie dollar, which hit a one-week high on the news.
Emerging market growth has slowed to its weakest pace since the financial crisis, research firm Capital Economics said on Thursday.
Gold, which is at its lowest level in nearly three years, is in the midst of a long term bear market, and investors should look to exit positions in the precious metal, say experts.
French national auditors warned the French government on Thursday that it was likely to miss revised budget targets this year, putting it on course to break a pledge it made to the European Commission.
Debt issuance in the once sizzling junk bond market plummeted in June as volatility in U.S. Treasury yields and a souring of risk appetite deters corporates from raising capital.
A further spike in U.S. treasury yields and not China's financial instability could be the biggest risk to Asia, analysts say.
Marc Rich, the founder of Glencore and later fugitive who was controversially pardoned by President Bill Clinton on his last day in office has died in Switzerland.
Market veterans Marc Faber and Jim O'Neill — known as Dr. Doom and Mr. BRIC respectively — posted opposite views when asked if the Chinese liquidity crunch was real.
Bond investors that banked on unlimited quantitative easing were “in denial”, according to one asset manager, explaining the market reaction to the Federal Reserve’s warning that its bond purchasing program could soon be scaled back.
The former head of the European Central Bank told CNBC that central banks can only do so much to jump-start a global recovery.
There are some signs of distress among Chinese firms because of tighter liquidity conditions, according to one survey.
Global capital markets are reeling under the volatility brought about by the prospect of Fed tapering.
Chancellor Angela Merkel put her cards on the table on Monday, maintaining her tough stance on austerity for debt-ridden euro zone nations in an election manifesto that could be at the center of EU policy for the next five years.
Mutual and exchange-traded funds hemorrhaged a record volume of bonds in June, according to a fresh report by TrimTabs Investment Research.