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Analysts are warning that investors are still at risk of being caught out by the pace of rate rises next year, particularly in US government bonds and the dollar.
The Westpac MNI China Consumer Sentiment Indicator rose to 113.1 in November from 109.7 in October, which was a record low.
Two Bank of Japan board members dissented from the bank's baseline scenario that inflation would reach 2 percent by 2017.
The beneficiaries of Mark Zuckerberg's two-month paternity leave are going to multiply as quickly as Facebook "likes" for a great cat video!
Junior doctors in the U.K. are set to strike next month, which could see thousands of operations and appointments delayed or canceled.
Tyson Foods, the biggest U.S. meat processor, said it would stop operations at two of its plants in the United States, affecting about 880 employees.
The Fed will fail to raise its interest rate to 2 percent before the next recession takes hold, according to the Citigroup's chief economist.
Women are finding paths to launching more businesses in industrialized and developing nations, according to a new report.
Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester tells CNBC the Fed is trying to be transparent about a possible hike if the economic conditions continue warrant it.
FOMC member Jeffrey Lacker also told CNBC terror attacks have not changed his view that the central bank should be increasing interest rates.
Yahoo! employees are running for the exits. Here's how to avoid the mistakes Marissa Mayer is making, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
One central bank has some frightening predictions when it comes to job stability in the future.
While many British steel workers blame China for squeezing the industry to near-death, steel towns in China are struggling too.
I won't pretend I've cracked the code on diversity, says Silicon Valley executive Phil Fernandez. But if you're serious about it, you need a plan.
Workers could go the way of the horse-and-buggy, because of the "exponential growth of artificial intelligence," investor Jeff Greene tells CNBC.
Job openings were little changed in September, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Thursday.
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Gov. Cuomo said he would set the minimum wage for all New York state workers at $15 an hour, reinforcing how governors and wage boards can influence wages.
Retailers, automobile dealers and other companies in Texas are reporting weakness as a result of the slide in crude prices.
Steps to assist former military in finding jobs seems to be working. The unemployment rate for veterans recently dropped to a 7-year low.