Thursday's vote by the U.K. on whether to exit the European Union should bring an end to weeks of uncertainty.
The IMF on Monday urged Japan's government to overhaul its stimulus policies by moving income policies and labor market reform to the forefront.
The Fed will refrain from interest rate increases during the election year to keep financial markets stable.
There are more than 11,000 asylum seekers in Hong Kong, some still uncertain about their fate after waiting for more than 15 years.
Markets are likely to be skittish this week ahead of the June 23 referendum vote in the U.K. to decide on its future within the EU.
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Markets will closely watch Thursday's referendum, where Britons will vote to decide if the U.K. stays within or leaves the EU.
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Donald Trump claimed most of the money he's been collecting at his recent fundraisers is going to the Republican Party, NBC News reports.
The campaign to keep Britain in the European Union regained its lead in two opinion polls published on Saturday.
Iran has reached a deal to buy 100 planes from U.S. planemaker Boeing, and the two sides are awaiting approval by U.S. Treasury authorities.
The United States is stuck in a 'Peter Pan economy," according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Americans should get $12,000 a year to offset the "tsunami of change" coming to the workforce that will leave many without jobs, Andy Stern says.
Big investors are betting that business will boom for this health insurance start-up if Obamacare becomes profitable. And that's a big if.
Apple has ruled out supporting the Republican Convention next month, Politico reports, citing disdain over Donald Trump's public stances.
One wealth manager says the "death of geography" is coming to the asset-management industry.
A British exit from the EU could trigger similar moves by other member states in Eastern Europe, Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn said.
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