"Developments during this quarter stand out for one reason: For once, central banks took a back seat," says BIS' monetary and economic head.
Tech stocks have lagged over the last month, but one chart-minded trader is betting on a tech heavyweight heading into the new year.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, sources close to the transition process tell NBC News.
Charitable donations and deferred income are just two ways to help keep your taxes low, an expert tells CNBC.
The Qatar Investment Authority and Glencore signed a deal on Saturday to buy 19.5 percent of Rosneft, which said it would receive $11.37 billion.
The 62-year-old prime-minister designate is a key member of outgoing premier Matteo Renzi's Democratic Party.
Invites for the gathering went out last week, but only to a small group of largely Silicon Valley execs whose names were not announced.
While black swans are inherently unpredictable, Nomura has pointed to 10 potential grey swans to worry about for 2017.
"What it leads to is more job destruction, and less job creation, especially for average typical people," author Martin Ford told CNBC.
Louisiana voters elected Republican John Kennedy to the Senate on Saturday, filling the last Senate seat and giving the GOP a 52-48 edge.
Hyperloop chairman and chief operating officer explains what the Elon Musk-backed company has to offer India.
U.S. intelligence agencies have “high confidence” that Russia acted during the elections to promote Trump, said senior officials, the NYT reports.
Twin attacks by a suicide bomber and a car bomber near an Istanbul soccer stadium Saturday night killed 29 people and wounded 166 others.
More than 70 percent of the most widely distributed channels have lost subscribers in the last year, according to Nielsen data
Consumers plan to spend over $900 this holiday season, so here's what you can pick up for everyone on your list.
OPEC has persuaded 11 non-members to cut oil production, a move aimed at draining a worldwide oil glut.
The leading causes remained heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory diseases, unintentional injuries, stroke, and Alzheimer’s.
Women's health experts have some advice for how Washington lawmakers and politicians should proceed as they consider reshaping Obamacare.
Jim Cramer says he was wrong about the tech stock sell-off, and explains what really happened behind the scenes.