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A blind Chinese legal activist who was suddenly allowed to leave the country arrived in the U.S. on Saturday, ending a nearly monthlong diplomatic tussle that had tested U.S.-China relations.
A federal investigation into JPMorgan Chase’s multibillion-dollar trading loss widened Friday as regulators pursued a new line of inquiry. The NYT reports.
Two days after being criticized for dropping direct ads on Facebook, General Motors said it will also stop running ads during the Super Bowl.
Two new models geared toward two very different buyers are the latest moves by Ford and GM.
With gold prices surging in recent years, the semiconductor industry has been increasingly replacing the precious metal with the more affordable copper in the wire bonding process, leading to huge savings in the cost of manufacturing a chip.
Kelvin Tay, Regional CIO, Southern APAC, UBS Wealth Management says he expects markets to bounce around these levels until a clear outcome in Greece is achieved. Bruno Del Ama, CEO, Global X Funds agrees, adding that investors should aim to have a well-balanced, well-diversified portfolio.
Jim Rogers, the chairman of Rogers Holdings, says he expects more turmoil in the global financial markets after Asian stock markets on Friday fell close to four-month lows.
China stocks are expected to trade sideways after yesterday's rebound.
Okayama Metal & Machinery has become the first Japanese pension fund to make public purchases of gold, in a sign of dwindling faith in paper currencies. The Financial Times reports.
The trading losses suffered by JPMorgan Chase have surged in recent days, surpassing the bank’s initial $2 billion estimate by at least $1 billion, according to people with knowledge of the losses. The NYT reports.
Despite criticism for pulling its Facebook ads, GM is not changing its stance. The world's largest automaker believes that it is better served not running direct ads on the world's largest social network.
China stocks are due for a technical rebound after sliding for four days but global uncertainties and slowdown worries may keep gains limited.
The United States’ economy could shrink as much as 4 percentage points in the first half of 2013 if Congress fails to address the expiration of $600 billion worth of tax breaks and jobless benefits by the end of this year, according to Goldman Sachs.
China stocks are likely to trade sideways after a three-day losing streak.
In an unguarded moment in 2007, the man anointed to take over next year as the helmsman of the world’s second-largest economy revealed his doubts about China’s economic growth statistics. The Financial Times reports.
While India's economic growth has hit a rough spot, Indonesia has won favor with investors, prompting calls for it to be included among the lineup of top global emerging markets.
Viktor Shvets, MD & Head of Thematic Equity Research, Credit Suisse says that Japan's private is sector no a longer source of deflation.
Stuart Feffer, CEO, LaCrosse Global Fund Services says the cost of investing in China will come down.
How many different brands of commercial vehicles are sold around the world? The answer: More than 200. All-together, those brands sold more than 79 million cars and trucks around the world last year. That was a new record.
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Bill Maldonado, CIO, Asia Pacific at HSBC Asset Management, discusses expectations for China's first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP).
John Sculley, former Apple CEO and Managing Partner at Inflexionpoint, expects Alibaba to push on with its buying spree after listing in the U.S.
Jeremy Stretch, Head of FX Strategy at CIBC, says mixed economic data from China could weigh on the Australian dollar.