Michael Gayed, chief investment strategist at Pension Partners, says the U.S. dollar's surge may have "massive implications" on global equities.» Read More
The country's first prime minister who governed the nation for three decades died on Monday at age 91.
David Roche, global strategist at Independent Strategy, expects the Fed to raise rates in September and discusses the rally on Wall Street following Wednesday's policy statement.
Rising tensions from anti-austerity moves in Europe came to a head when thousands of protesters rioted at the opening of the new ECB headquarters.
Marc Faber, editor & publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, doesn't believe that the Fed will increase interest rates this year for fear that a strong greenback could hurt the fragile U.S. economy.
European equities finished higher Monday as investor sentiment continued to be buoyed by the extra liquidity provided by the European Central Bank (ECB) in the region.
CNBC's Pauline Chiou takes you through the main risk events in Asia this week.
Mario Greco, CEO of Generali, explains why they don't plan to sell bonds to the European Central Bank, CNBC's Julia Chatterley reports.
Eric Robertsen, head of Cross Asset Strategy at Standard Chartered, discusses the volatility in the currency markets amid growing divergence in monetary policies.
NATO is more relevant now than it has been since the end of the Cold War with threats from both Russia and ISIS, but funding is an issue.
From 'wink face', to 'crystal ball'; there's an emoticon for everything now. However, Facebook has now removed an "emoji” following complaints.
In a move designed to capture audiences worldwide, HBO announced that it will simultaneously air this show's latest season in more than 170 countries.
Mark Andersen, global co-head of Asset Allocation at UBS Wealth Management, prefers U.S. tech firms such as Apple and explains why Europe is one of his favorite markets.
The White House decried arrests made as Venezuelans protested in response to limited access to basic goods.
Alongside Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, South Africa’s Health Minister, Merkel has been asked by 36 female icons to help end female poverty by 2030.
Mark Weinberger, global CEO of EY, expects the firm to hire 65,000 new employees globally this year, up from 60,000 in 2014, on the back of strong growth in the U.S. and emerging markets.
Joe Magyer, senior analyst at the Motley Fool, says China's plans of shifting its growth model hasn't happened hence the country may be headed for a tougher-than-expected adjustment.
Brazil's Supreme Court will probe 34 politicians in connection with a multibillion-dollar kickback scheme at state-controlled oil company Petrobras.
As central banks are aware that what they say impacts the markets, the banks "agonize" over each statement's language says Michael McMahon, associate professor at University of Warwick.
Negative yields signal concerns about deflationary risks and could add to the difficulty of the European Central Bank's bond-buying program, says Mitul Kotecha, head of FX Strategy, Asia Pacific at Barclays.
Simon Warner, head of Global Fixed Income at AMP Capital, says the increase in monetary stimulus will pave the way for better growth through 2015.
Indiana's religious-freedom law fell off the stupid tree and hit every branch on the way down, says Jake Novak.
The world is facing a serious water crisis. Former NFL star Jack Brewer highlights a couple of companies investing in solutions.
Greece has sent its creditors a long-awaited list of reforms in the hope that it will unlock badly needed cash, Greek government officials said.
Asian markets may kick off a brand new week mixed as traders weigh a modest rise on Wall Street last week and falling oil prices.
U.S. stocks closed higher as investors digested Yellen's remarks and remained cautious ahead of first quarter earnings.
U.S. sovereign bonds rose on Friday, ahead of a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Anastasia Kastaniotou, a struggling mother of three, stood near the Greek Parliament building on Wednesday and threw up her hands as she contemplated an €11.5 billion austerity package that her country’s government was trying to tie up this week to keep Greece in the euro, the New York Times reports.